Re: [gpm] disabling/remap hibernate button
- From: Richard Hughes <hughsient gmail com>
- To: Ma Begaj <derliebegott gmail com>
- Cc: gnome-power-manager-list <gnome-power-manager-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: [gpm] disabling/remap hibernate button
- Date: Mon, 15 Nov 2010 15:20:45 +0000
On 8 November 2010 19:05, Ma Begaj <derliebegott gmail com> wrote:
> my notebook has Fn+ F12 combination reserved for hibernation (suspend
> to disk). I do not use hibernation at all and I do not even have
> resume/swap partition. when I click on Fn+F12 (probably because of
> module sony-laptop) I get a message that hibernation could not be done
> (probably because of missing resume partition) etc.
Right, that sounds like a hardware hibernation button.
> but I use standby (suspend to mem) and I do not have a ACPI button
> combination reserved for standby. I would like to use Fn+12 for
> standby instead of hibernation.
I think you can remap the keys in the kernel, although I'm not sure
how now. It's pretty easy to do when you're *in* the kernel, but I'm
not sure how to do it when in userspace.
> I could myself catch ACPI event code for Fn+F12 and run my code for
> standby but I would like to use gnome-power-manager for this (because
> it is working). and if I catch event with my code gnome-power-manager
> (and hal?) is still showing the error message that hibernation is not
> how can I remap this Fn-F12 combination to be use for standby instead
> of hibernation? or if that is not possible how can disable it totally
> (to be able to handle it by myself)?
Use gconf-editor, and change the value of
/apps/gnome-power-manager/buttons/hibernate to "suspend".
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