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Old 10th September 2010, 03:23 AM
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Cool Dell Latitude E6410 instant on Fedora boot

Hi Fedora forum users!

My name is Jesse and I am very new to Linux but I have been trying to learn. My goal/question is to setup my laptop to boot Fedora using the "instant on" button on my laptop next to my power button. My main OS is Windows 7 Pro. Initially I am going to do a traditional dual boot set.
What can you tell me, or reference me to learn more about the "instant on" feature?


Dell Latitude E6410
i5 CPU
4Gb RAM

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