Check current Power Management settings
Set the idle time for the AutoShutdown feature
Set the portion of the day when AutoShutdown can take place to suspend your system
Set the time of day that AutoWakeup starts up your system each day
If dtpower is already running, it may appear on your desktop as this icon:
If you need to start dtpower, or need to start it again as superuser to make changes, perform one of the following procedures.
|example% su Password: root_password|
You must become superuser before you can modify any settings in the Power Management software. Otherwise, the dtpower window only allows you to check current system power settings.
|example% /usr/openwin/bin/dtpower &|
Select Power Manager under the Programs option in the Workspace menu.
For more information on the Workspace menu, refer to the Solaris Common Desktop Environment: User's Guide or the Solaris User's Guide.
Remember that you cannot modify settings in the Power Manager window unless you started dtpower as superuser.