Forgive the newb question, but as the title suggests, I’ve just installed Endeavour on a Lenovo Thinkpad T14 Gen 2, and being relatively new to the OS, was just wanting to know how I can check if, when the laptop is going to sleep, it’s using the modern standby, Soix type sleep.
In the BIOS the sleep settings are set to Windows/Linux, which I’ve got set, with the only other option being Linux S3. I’ve had a read of the Arch wiki for the laptop model, which suggests that modern standby does work.
For all I know it might be working exactly as designed, but I’d like to check. I’ve Googled around the question and not found much definitive, so thought I’d join the forums and fire the question off to the community.
Any help anyone can provide would be much appreciated.
Ultimately what I’m looking to achieve is the S2Idle/S0ix/Modern Standby sleep state via either closing the lid on the laptop, or just by the device being idle and going to sleep. Whether all this is affected by my desktop environment, GNOME, I have no idea.
I think you didn’t get my point.
It’s not about what you want but about what (they advertise) you have. That simple. In the user manuals you linked, there are descriptions of what you get on power/sleep.