S3 sleep / suspend to ram on Ubuntu 18.04
It seems to me that the Pinebook Pro does only enter into S1 suspend when closing the lid or pressing the power button. At least the output of journalctl | grep "PM: suspend" | tail doesn't indicate any form of deep suspend and my battery drain is around 3% / h which seems quite high.
Does anyone know how to change this behavior? I would prefer a deeper suspend, even for the price of a longer wake-up time.
Ideally I would like to set the suspend mode to s3 which is suspend to ram (meaning mostly anything exept for the ram self refresh is turned off).

Thanks in advance!

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S3 sleep / suspend to ram on Ubuntu 18.04 - by ventus_orientis - 11-28-2019, 03:45 AM

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