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  1. #1
    racci NNTP User

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    hey ppls... I'm sorry to bother you with minor problem but for me it's a
    quite large one ... I've setup in one office a suse server and I'm
    more then satisfied how it functions...except one problem... during the
    day everything is fine but then after they close and come back in the
    morning they cannot access it... I find the screen back and it wont come
    back to either the welcome screen nor the desktop... the server then
    needs to be restarted... so I've tried to figure out how to control
    power management but without success (amateur ... found on the
    internet that (but I'm not sure) the power is controlled over powerdevil
    but I cannot start the service.. so pls if you have a small guide how to
    make server always on help me....

    thank you all in advance

    greetz r.


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  2. #2
    STS301 NNTP User

    Default Re: power managment


    see if the powermanagment turns off the computer or is in standby after
    he is not beeing used for time


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  3. #3
    racci NNTP User

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    that is the problem ;D I don't have power management in yast... and I
    don't know how to get it...


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  4. #4
    STS301 NNTP User

    Default Re: power managment


    systemsettings --> advanced --> energy


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  5. #5
    racci NNTP User

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    thx a lot m8...respect... will try


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  6. #6
    racci NNTP User

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    ok... I think I've got something...still I didn't find in system
    management anything that has something to do with power... but I did
    manage to switch the power option over krunner... I found in help that I
    should be able to run powerdevil over krunner to fully manage power
    options but it didn't work... so if any ideas pls respond (command line
    or something)... in services I found powerdevil but as I try to enable
    it I get error 7...

    thx once more...


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  7. #7
    racci NNTP User

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    it seems its not a problem with power... got a call that it froze today
    about 10 times... it used to work on 9.2 little bit slower but there
    where no such problems until I switched to v.11 so ppls if you have any
    ideas where to start I would be more then grateful... the only change
    I've made is that I've switched file system to reiser...


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