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zzz - suspend an ACPI or APM system



      zzz - suspend an ACPI or APM system




      The zzz utility checks for ACPI or APM support and then suspends the sys‐
      tem appropriately.  For APM,
            apm -z
      will be issued.  For ACPI, the configured suspend state will be looked
      up, checked to see if it is supported and,
            acpiconf -s <state>
      will be issued.
      acpi(4), apm(4), acpiconf(8), apm(8)


      This manual page was written by Nate Lawson 〈〉.


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