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Seems that Apple has removed some limitations for optical drives in 10.9 Mavericks

so these scripts are a little deprecated  :-) 

 

This is only useful if sleep by menu command works flawlessly ...

 

KWSleep for 10.7 - 10.8.x:

Attached File  KWSleepLion.zip   272.15KB   281 downloads
Basically consisting of 2 shellscripts: sleep.sh is running by launchd every 30 s, los.sh monitors changes in com.apple.PowerManagement.plist (add changed sleeptime in syspref to sleep.sh). The functionality is the same as in RIPscript - here as a 8kb-shellscript which run as root and therefore works also if no user is logged in ...
Attached File  KWSleep Manual.pdf   210.36KB   30 downloads

R(est)I(n)P(eace) 3-(Apple)script for 10.7 - 10.8.x:

This Applescript compares the time since last user input with Sleeptime in Syspreferences, monitors network-traffic, finder activity, cpu-load, activity of disk utility and iTunes and - if idletime is greater than Sleeptime - sends your machine to sleep.
Attached File  Install RIPLion.app.zip   109.17KB   405 downloads

Script only:
Attached File  RIP3Lion.app.zip   35.06KB   304 downloads

To add or change Progs/Values within the script (only tested in 10.7) use:
Attached File  Open RIP 10.7x.app.zip   172.4KB   174 downloads



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Works, great job.
Thanks

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autosleep now works perfectly.. thank you.

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How do I install this please.

Manual sleep works fine, but not autosleep.

Tried double clicking the .app file, but no joy.

Thanks for any advice.

Roger

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I think you have to put the script in the startup Items folder. I used it for a while, now I don't need it anymore, but I remember thar I went to System Preferences, then Users and then I added the script to my startUp items....

Hope it helps

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This is a new version of PenntNeu-script, which now recognizes the setting "Never" for sleep-delay in energy-saver preferences. It works in 10.6 too. You must add It to Start Up Objects on your User Account ... :D

Added try ... end try to the script to prevent an error while running time machine backups ...


Great stuff.

I had forced sleep and wake but couldn'r get auto sleep to go to deep sleep.

Not quite the solution I was looking for but this script does it for me.

:)

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This is a new version of PenntNeu-script, which now recognizes the setting "Never" for sleep-delay in energy-saver preferences. It works in 10.6 too. You must add It to Start Up Objects on your User Account ... :thumbsup_anim:

Added try ... end try to the script to prevent an error while running time machine backups ...


Thnx, system goes to sleep, but the monitor stays on with black screen
will try other dvi poort

post back

T

OK, with dvi-b it works

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I think you have to put the script in the startup Items folder. I used it for a while, now I don't need it anymore, but I remember thar I went to System Preferences, then Users and then I added the script to my startUp items....

Hope it helps


hello Raton,

how did you fix this?

T.

edit; ok dvd drive was the problem, tsst issue

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hello Raton,

how did you fix this?

T.

edit; ok dvd drive was the problem, tsst issue


Hi,
I am interested to know how to fix the tsst issue on dvd drive.
What is tsst issue by the way?
TQ for your time.
Have a nice day

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Try this little genius app
http://www.dragonone...sx/pleasesleep/

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Try this little genius app
http://www.dragonone...sx/pleasesleep/


Tks for your suggestion. Actually I managed to get sleep working with RIP.app.
I just want to know how to fix the problem without installing additional app.

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hi,

i have sleep working, auto sleep working, waking up, but when my battery goes very low it just says that i have to plug it in or it will turn off and then it turns off. i would like it to auto sleep then! how?



thanks

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This is a new version of PenntNeu-script, which now recognizes the setting "Never" for sleep-delay in energy-saver preferences. It works in 10.6 too. You must add It to Start Up Objects on your User Account ...
Added try ... end try to the script to prevent an error while running time machine backups ...
To explain it in detail: this is no solution for any sleep-issue with the except of not working AUTOMATIC-Sleep. If your machine goes to sleep by menu-command and wake without problems, you can use it ...

To make this work, in main.scpt I had to change;
if idleTime > systemSleepDelay then				tell application "System Events"					key code 58				end tell				tell application "System Events" to sleep			end if
to;
if idleTime > systemSleepDelay then				do shell script "pmset sleepnow"			end if


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If it works for you, its okay. I didnt know this sleepnow-command, so i used Applescript. After wake sleep started immediately again, so i added keycode 58 to reset the idletime ... :)

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If it works for you, its okay. I didnt know this sleepnow-command, so i used Applescript. After wake sleep started immediately again, so i added keycode 58 to reset the idletime ... :)

Much thanks for your script!
The symptom I had before the change was that the login windoid would pop up when the script triggered, and no sleep, perhaps there are timing issues with different hardware?

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Will the system sleep when I'm typing, using internet etc. or only after idle timeout?

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Will the system sleep when I'm typing, using internet etc. or only after idle timeout?

It will sleep after the time since last user input (mouse movement, keyboard activity) ...

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thanks, the script works fantastic . :(

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thanks man works well

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Does it disable autosleep when watching video in QuickTime ar listening to music in iTunes? Or does it sleep in the middle of a movie? :)





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