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Bombur
Hey,

had a nasty crash on my 3k and when the system came up, everything seemed fine until I would select suspend from the "Q" menu. Then the system would crash and reboot again.
I decided to look at the /home/QtPalmtop/apps/__9quit.desktop file to see what binary is called:

Exec=suspend

I also looked at /home/QtPalmtop/apps/__9reboot.desktop

Exec=rebootconfirm

I can find the rebootconfirm binary but not the suspend binary.


Does this file exist somewheres? Can someone tell me where it should be and the links associated with it? And finally, would anybody be willing to share the file with me so I can replace it?

Thanks in advance.

J.
Cresho
do an nand restore and restore from a backup up image from your backups.

unless you want to do it the learning way... smile.gif
Bombur
QUOTE(Cresho @ Aug 17 2005, 12:10 AM)
do an nand restore and restore from a backup up image from your backups.

unless you want to do it the learning way... smile.gif
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I was hoping there was just a small problem that wouldn't require a NAND restore. Luckily the unit seems to be working know. Strange. I don't know if the suspend command is indeed a binary or one called from qpe or what...but it is working and that is all that matters. It just took time I guess. Wierd.

Thanks for the response Cresho.

J.
bluedevils
CODE
which suspend

returns nothing

autocomplete in bash shows a suspend executable

find in /home and /usr turn up nothing.

I do not see it listed in the busybox's list of commands.

Now I'm curious.
nmx
I got the same symptom, my C3K cannot suspend by select from the Q menu..

I also tried to create a script and put it into /home/QtPalmtop/bin/, and edit the /home/QtPalmtop/apps/__9quit.desktop file, changed the "Exec=" line point to my script, unfortunately, it still didn't work. sad.gif

but I can use the "apm -s" command to suspend without any problems.
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