FreeBSD: zzz command

While I was researching on suspend/resume capability for FreeBSD on my notebook, I came across with the zzz command. Guess, what it does! It puts the system in the sleep mode (zzz(8)).

Similar command for APM is:$ apm -z

For ACPI:$ acpiconf -s3

In the FreeBSD wiki page for Laptops, it asks to boot up a laptop with a FreeBSD CURRENT image and gathers some hardware info with the following commands: # mount -u -o rw / # dmesg > /dmesg.out # pciconf -lv > /pciconf.out # devinfo -v > /devinfo.out # acpidump -dt > /acpidump.out # mount -u -o ro / ; sync # zzz

Maybe, I'll give those commands a try next time when I go to a store...

The information in this site is the result of my researches in the Internet and of my experiences. This information below is solely used for my purpose and may not be suitable for others.

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