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Enter a system sleep state until specified wakeup time relative to your BIOS clock. More information:
  • Show whether an alarm is set or not:
    sudo rtcwake -m show -v
  • Suspend to RAM and wakeup after 10 seconds:
    sudo rtcwake -m mem -s {{10}}
  • Suspend to disk (higher power saving) and wakeup 15 minutes later:
    sudo rtcwake -m disk --date +{{15}}min
  • Freeze the system (more efficient than suspend-to-RAM but version 3.9 or newer of the Linux kernel is required) and wakeup at a given date and time:
    sudo rtcwake -m freeze --date {{YYYYMMDDhhmm}}
  • Disable a previously set alarm:
    sudo rtcwake -m disable
  • Perform a dry run to wakeup the computer at a given time. (Press Ctrl + C to abort):
    sudo rtcwake -m on --date {{hh:ss}}

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