Yes, we have no hibernate today
aaron.toponce at gmail.com
Thu Jun 24 06:45:27 MDT 2010
On 06/23/2010 07:56 PM, Henry Hertz Hobbit wrote:
> I assume you meant that it was lost from the indicator-applet menu.
> You should just be able to message it yourself in a terminal and
> background it if it gets lost from the indicator-applet menu.
What does the indecator-applet have to do with hibernating your computer?
> is given in order of relevance from least to most likely for what
> you want.:
Probably the first helpful thing you've posted so far.
> It beats me where it is at in the config files. I have a headache
> (not from this) so I am going to lay down and hopefully die.
Uh, good luck with that?
> I wasn't able to send it. The power went down right when I
> went to click the send button.I was able to save it and quickly
> shut down GandalfTW. I didn't think I would need to move Sauron
> over onto the UPS Anybody know what is causing the power in South
> Provo to go down? This is the second time this has happened and
> in a space of just few weeks between each time. I am sorry but
> this time I am not going to buy the statement that some technician
> screwed it up. TWICE? I think they have trojan in their Windows
> driven SCADA system and don't want to admit it.
...and now you're hijacking the thread, just like you did before (not
that the previous paragraph really made any sense).
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