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To see what the current sleep mode is (in Terminal): pmset -g | grep hibernatemode To change the sleep mode to hibernate: sudo pmset -a hibernatemode 25 To set back to the default: sudo pmset -a hibernatemode 3 More info: tutsplus - how to hibernate a mac


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Hibernate only (not sleep) when closing the lid: sudo pmset -a hibernatemode 25 And to go back to "normal" behavior: sudo pmset -a hibernatemode 3 As for the sleep behavior with an open lid, just slide the Computer sleep timer to Neverin System Preferences > Energy Saver. Alternatively do sudo pmset -a sleep 0


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You should be able to use Ctrl + Shift + Eject, this puts the mac to sleep. On a Macbook you need to use Ctrl + Shift + Power since there is no eject button (unless you are using an external keyboard).


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Yes with time you can do like Ender says, or simply do it directly by clicking on the Apple on the top-left corner and click Suspend Activity (Go in sleeping mode)


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You can find these options in System Preferences > Energy Saver. Drag the "Computer Sleep:" slider to the left. Note that for newer Apple portables, Yosemite combines the sleep and display sleep option: http://forums.macrumors.com/threads/2013-mba-no-computer-sleep-setting-wtf-heres-why.1598329/



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