ROSA Linux Bugzilla – Bug 7140
No directory "/etc/pm"
Last modified: 2016-07-05 00:24:15 MSD
Description of problem:
To remove the Hard Disk Drive Head Parking , I wanted to configure hdparm service at the startup with systemd.
For this, I must start firstly the following command:
What is strange is that on one of my two computers running Rosa Linux Fresh R7, I could follow the tutorial without a problem, and it works, but on the other directory "pm" does not exist in etc !!! So after every restart, the head parking comes back ...
I try to install the pm-utils unsuccessfully for the missing directory ...
So ? No solution ? Arghh...
Have you tried to simply create /etc/pm/power.d folder manually? It is not created by our pm-utils, indeed, but packages that needs to have something in this folder just install it by themselves.
Actually it looks like nobody tried to use this trick for hdparm in our KDE.
I try to create /etc/pm/power.d folder manually, but it don't works after reboot...
up-HP-ZBook-15 ~ # systemctl status hdparm.service
● hdparm.service - script_hdparm
Loaded: loaded (/etc/systemd/system/hdparm.service; disabled; vendor preset: disabled)
Active: inactive (dead)
up-HP-ZBook-15 ~ # hdparm -B /dev/sda
APM_level = 128