Based on kernel version 4.16.1. Page generated on 2018-04-09 11:53 EST.
1 00-INDEX 2 - This file 3 apm-acpi.txt 4 - basic info about the APM and ACPI support. 5 basic-pm-debugging.txt 6 - Debugging suspend and resume 7 charger-manager.txt 8 - Battery charger management. 9 admin-guide/devices.rst 10 - How drivers interact with system-wide power management 11 drivers-testing.txt 12 - Testing suspend and resume support in device drivers 13 freezing-of-tasks.txt 14 - How processes and controlled during suspend 15 interface.txt 16 - Power management user interface in /sys/power 17 opp.txt 18 - Operating Performance Point library 19 pci.txt 20 - How the PCI Subsystem Does Power Management 21 pm_qos_interface.txt 22 - info on Linux PM Quality of Service interface 23 power_supply_class.txt 24 - Tells userspace about battery, UPS, AC or DC power supply properties 25 runtime_pm.txt 26 - Power management framework for I/O devices. 27 s2ram.txt 28 - How to get suspend to ram working (and debug it when it isn't) 29 states.txt 30 - System power management states 31 suspend-and-cpuhotplug.txt 32 - Explains the interaction between Suspend-to-RAM (S3) and CPU hotplug 33 swsusp-and-swap-files.txt 34 - Using swap files with software suspend (to disk) 35 swsusp-dmcrypt.txt 36 - How to use dm-crypt and software suspend (to disk) together 37 swsusp.txt 38 - Goals, implementation, and usage of software suspend (ACPI S3) 39 tricks.txt 40 - How to trick software suspend (to disk) into working when it isn't 41 userland-swsusp.txt 42 - Experimental implementation of software suspend in userspace 43 video.txt 44 - Video issues during resume from suspend
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