Hi,

I have been using Colinux and always put my laptop on stand-by and I have not faced any issue with Colinux.

Regards,
Nambi


On Mon, Mar 30, 2009 at 11:42 AM, Paolo Minazzi <paolo.minazzi@gmail.com> wrote:
Colinux does not have support for APM.
But windows (that is the host system) has support for it.
Colinux is seen as a (more or less) a normal application by windows.
So APM works OK. I repeat, colinux does not support APM.
APM is managed from windows!
I don't know an elegant solution for your problem.
I don't think there is it.
Bye,
Paolo

On Sun, Mar 29, 2009 at 10:30 PM, Jason <jason@cougarcorp.net> wrote:
> Jason wrote:
>> Does coLinux pass along any kind of APM events during
>> sleep/hibernates/wakups from Windows XP?
>>
>
> I've had a few people write me direct to say they don't know the answer,
> but actual sleep/recover works fine.
>
> So, I'll expound a bit on my use case. My system lives on a network that
> uses DHCP. Sometimes it moves between networks actually between
> hibernate/wake up.
>
> The dhcpcd does not seem keep track of it's lease time properly during
> the sleep cycle (or maybe coLinux just comes up too fast before the
> network is properly re-established, so dhcpcd never sees a reply from a
> reachable dhcp server... either way, same effect).
>
> Either way, I want to be able to catch the 'wakeup' signal so I can work
> on getting an event to occur that gets dhcpcd to re-negotiate it's lease
> properly.
>
> I could brute force it by checking for large skews in the clock between
> runs of a script, however if APM support exists, it would be a much more
> elegant solution.
>
> Thanks
>
> Jason
>
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