Topfs2 Wrote:This is completely untested in XBMC Live but if you want to try it that would be good (then we could include it in XBMC Live Atlantis gold)
Note all the USBx (were x is a number)
(password is xbmc)
for all the numbers you had
echo USBx > /proc/acpi/wakeup
echo USB1 > /proc/acpi/wakeup
I tried this and confirmed that my USBx ports were "enabled".
I then proceeded to suspend my XBMC. The screen went black expect for a flashing cursor in the top left.
I could not wake up my system with my USB remote