Automatically Wake Up Your Linux System From Sleep Or Hibernation Mode

Automatically Wake Up Your Linux System From Sleep Or Hibernation Mode

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  1. If like me you find that rtcwake wakes instantly instead of at the correct time, try this:

    $ sleep 3; sudo rtcwake -m mem -s 60

    With some USB keyboards the bus can take a while to settle down after you hit enter.

    I’m going to go file a bug against rtcwake to check whether stdin is a tty and if so, wait a second or three.

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