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    Default how to automatically hibernate in a specific time

    how to automatically hibernate in a specific time?

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    Default Re: how to automatically hibernate in a specific time

    On 2013-04-10 16:06, aususe wrote:
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    > how to automatically hibernate in a specific time?


    Root's 'cron' or 'at' job calling pm-hibernate.

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    Default Re: how to automatically hibernate in a specific time

    > how to automatically hibernate in a specific time?

    which operating system and, if you use one, which desktop environment
    are we talking about?

    do you have a menu item similar to Personal Settings, or Desktop
    Configuration?

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    Default Re: how to automatically hibernate in a specific time

    Quote Originally Posted by DenverD View Post
    > how to automatically hibernate in a specific time?

    which operating system and, if you use one, which desktop environment
    are we talking about?

    do you have a menu item similar to Personal Settings, or Desktop
    Configuration?

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    dd
    12.3, KDE

    I have selected auto lock screen, I also have selected suspend session: hibernate after 4 minutes

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