> Mike Smith wrote:
> > > If the system is suspended during the time a cron job is supposed to
> > > take place will it launch as soon as the system unsuspends realizing
> > > that it has missed it's time?
> > No.
> Hmm, then leaing it on all the time does not sound like such a hot idea
> to me. I mean if the system is suspened the hard drive spins down, but
> if you don't have it suspended and your wandering around with the laptop
> you could end up crashing your heads...
You don't seem to understand; leave it on when it's where there's
power. Turn it off to move it.
Although if you can cause a headcrash on a modern laptop disk without
destroying the laptop, or removing it and hitting it with a hammer,
you're doing damn well. (Think what is involved in violating the 70G
operating limit that most of these drives have.)
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