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    Default Can I stop auto-suspend/shutdown when an app is running?

    Whenever I use mediatomb (the DLNA/UPnP media) server, I would like to pause the auto-suspend / auto-shutdown features that I have setup, but don't know how it's done -- or whether it's possible. I'm on OpenSuse 11.1 with KDE 4.2.2, does anyone have any tips?

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    Default Re: Can I stop auto-suspend/shutdown when an app is running?

    Quote Originally Posted by sexyclient View Post
    Whenever I use mediatomb (the DLNA/UPnP media) server, I would like to pause the auto-suspend / auto-shutdown features that I have setup, but don't know how it's done -- or whether it's possible. I'm on OpenSuse 11.1 with KDE 4.2.2, does anyone have any tips?
    Hmm maybe you should try this:
    Run:
    systemsettings
    -> Advanced tab -> Power Management
    choose power scheme, which you use,
    while running your application.
    Find autosuspend option and
    there should be blacklist,
    where you can add your application.

    If I had powerdevil installed,
    I would tell you more precisely.
    But if I remember correctly, it is there.

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    Default Re: Can I stop auto-suspend/shutdown when an app is running?

    Thanks, but there's no such option -- or at least not there. I'm going to google "powerdevil" and "blacklist", though, to see if it's hidden somewhere else.

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