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Re: ghost command: suspend

From: Jelle Licht
Subject: Re: ghost command: suspend
Date: Sat, 13 Jan 2018 23:19:22 +0100

2018-01-13 22:50 GMT+01:00 Martin Castillo <address@hidden>:

Hi Martin,
when I run `suspend` on my guixsd installation in qemu, bash
freezes/sleeps and the system does not suspend. `whereis suspend` does
not find any path, but bash completes `susp[Tab]` to suspend.

can some people test this on their machines? and can someone maybe
explain, what's going on here?

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AFAIK, `suspend' is a bash builtin for suspending shell execution. I
sometimes use this when dealing with subshells. See `suspend --help'
for some more information.

To the best of my knowledge, it has nothing to do with system suspend.

- Jelle

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