One of my clients is running CentOS 7 + KDE 4.14 which I installed for her. Everything is running nicely. She asked me – more out of curiosity
– if she could use the “Sleep” mode instead of “Shutdown” like she did when she ran Windows, so the PC would be up and running faster the next time. I didn’t know what to answer, since I don’t explicitly use this mode. Only on my laptop I simple shut the lid, which puts the laptop into Sleep mode. But on a normal PC, I don’t know if this mode is supposed to be used.
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