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Version: juni 24, 2006 (ubuntu - 08/07/09)

Section: 8 (Commandes administrateur)


s2ram - program to suspend to ram (suspend)


s2ram [-h, --help] [-V, --vesion] [-n, --test] [-i, --identify] [--nofbsuspend] [--force] [--vbe_save] [--vbe_mode] [--radeontool] [--acpi_sleep nr] [--pci_save]


This manual page documents briefly the s2ram command.

This manual page was written for the Debian distribution because the original program does not have a manual page.

s2ram is a program that will suspend your system to ram (put it in S3 mode). Which means that the system is in a lower power mode. It asked to do so it will wake up farely quickly. However, if the system will run out of energy entirely you will lose data. That is why it is recommended to use s2both(8) s2ram is only provided to find out any work around needed to make suspend to both work. See README.s2ram-whitelist and README.Debian for more information.


-h, --help
Short help text.
-V, --version
Version information.
-n, --test
test if the machine is in the database. returns 0 if known and supported
-i, --identify
prints a string that identifies the machine.
do not suspend the framebuffer (for debugging purposes).
force suspending, even on unknown machines. the following options are only available with --force.
save VBE state before suspending and restore after resume.
VBE POST the graphics card after resume.
get VBE mode before suspend and set it after resume.
turn off the backlight on radeons before suspending.
-v, --pci_save
Save the PCI config space of the VGA card before suspend and restore it after resume.
--acpi_sleep nr
set the acpi_sleep parameter before suspend. 1=s3_bios, 2=s3_mode, 3=both


s2both (8).

For more information see the /usr/share/doc/uswsusp/README.s2ram-whitelist and the /usr/share/doc/uswsusp/README.Debian


This manual page was written by Tim Dijkstra <tim@famdijkstra.org> for the Debian system (but may be used by others). Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 2 any later version published by the Free Software Foundation.

On Debian systems, the complete text of the GNU General Public License can be found in /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL.