Description of problem:
gnome-power-manger isnt installed by default in the desktop group and it is not
part of the yum group for GNOME
install and enable it by default. Set the suspend/hibernate to stuff that works
or disable options in the menu as necessary.
CVS g-p-m uses the new features of HAL to work out if a computer has hibernate
and suspend compiled in. If you use cvs g-p-m and cvs HAL then capabilities are
detected automatically. You can disable the hibernation and suspend stuff in HAL
if required, using fdi files.
gnome-power-manager is in the default installation now.