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When I installed Fedora Core 2, I disabled "apmd" & "acpid" so that
the computer won't go to sleep. Because when he does so, I can't get
the graphical interface (gdm) to be displayed on the monitor. And
Nothing can be displayed on the monitor.
Is there any solution to disable that hibernation process?
Sounds like a kernel/X/APM bios interaction.
In general, with ACPI, if you don't explicitly request a suspend, one
isn't going to happen. It may happen with APM, though - you can almost
certainly tweak your bios options.
I don't understand this report at all. Unless you are trying to suspend, the
suspend code shouldn't be triggering. Can you be a little more specific about
what exactly happens ?
Thank you for your help, I got it fixed !
I disabled acpid|ampd with 'chkconfig'. But I had to restart the
Server after doing that. So actually the procedure should be :
1) Disabling APMD|ACPID
2) Restart the Machine (Necessary Step)