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No one is making any money getting Linux sleep to work on a Macbook Pro 2015. That is why it doesn't work. Sleep can work on Linux, but it is hardware/driver specific. That is why you should only buy hardware where there vendor invests in proper support.



Either the vendor needs to invest in support, or you need the community to come together and build support like with Allwinner chips (which are dirt cheap, hence people building mainline, blobless support). Apple doesn't invest in Linux kernel support, and their userbase isn't motivated to do so either :/


As if.

My Asus Linux supported netbook wasn't properly a flawless experience and those beautiful AMD open source drivers mean I will never get back the same OpenGL feature level and hardware acceleration provided by fxgl, that I had at sale time.




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