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Debian Etch, Backports, ACPI

In my somewhat never-ending quest to get a fully dose of ACPI suspend and hibernation, I took the Thinkpad T40 which had Ubuntu Feisty on it and went to Debian Etch.
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Debian 4.0 is pretty nice all in all; and I found out along the way that gnome-power-manager really does not work at all for me so I removed it from the mix. I also found out that many of the suspend, sleep, lid close and other scripts in /etc/acpi and /etc/acpi/events did not work so I simplified them.

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