I need to disable everything related to having the netbook-server go into sleep/hibernate/shutdown. Spinning down the disks during inactivity is fine, but it is crucial that the machine remain in a state where it maintains connectivity over wi-fi (and the internet at large), as well as keep the USB subsystem up and operational (we're running a hardware modem off of it).
- The netbook is not phyiscally accessible (it is in Thailand, I am not).
- I have SSH access only
- It is running vanilla Ubuntu 10.04 32 Bit
- It is a netbook of the Asus eeePC variety
Is that possible to do via the command line without causing significant/any downtime?