Disable suspension/hibernation on ubuntu server 10.10
Hi there community!
So, I'm having trouble using ssh (via PuTTY) with a headless server, as each time it goes into suspension/hibernation the connection "dies" so I have to close PuTTY, but when i reopen it it says that there is no route to the host.
The server runs on Ubuntu Server 10.10. I've done some reading and I would be actually more interested in disabling hibernation/suspension "permanently" (it would be nice to be able to revert the action eventually) rather than allowing suspension/hibernation and then use WakeOnLan.
Is there any command I can execute for doing these? Preferably from command-line so I don't have to attach a monitor again.
Thanks in advance!
Re: Disable suspension/hibernation on ubuntu server 10.10
Hi leodemarco. Welcome to the forums
AFAIK, there's no software power settings on a Server Edition. If your server is being suspended or hibernates by its own, my guess is that it is a BIOS setting.
Just a thought. Let us know how it goes.
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