Hello was reading this interesting article Fix Ubuntu Dropping Wireless on Suspend/Hibernate Resume « On The Road with Vicky Lamburn and I look in the /etc//default folder an don’t see it can anyone tell where to find this in suse? thanks
locate can find not a single acpi on my openSUSE 10.3, so i guess
you found a “Debian thing”…
but, maybe you can find what you seek at The Source of All Knowledge
(aka: google), begin thusly:
and, add/delete/modify the search string’s terms and breadth of search
[example confined to opensuse.org] until you find the prize!
then, please report the answer (and problems, if any) back to here,
for the next who follows the trail that led to your question…thanks
I know this thread is pretty old, but I accomplished a network restart on resume by placing " service network restart " in the 55Network script in /usr/lib/pm-utils/sleep.d/55Network. just placed in the bottom of resume_num() function.
This is probably the sloppy way to do it, but it works. Makes network manager reset on resume and brings back up all the Network Interfaces.