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I added a line to play a sound file.

The error text file says

VLC is not supposed to be run as root. Sorry.
If you need to use real-time priorities and/or privileged TCP ports
you can use /usr/bin/vlc-wrapper (make sure it is Set-UID root and
cannot be run by non-trusted users first).

# located in /lib/systemd/system-sleep/
# Created 4/2/19
exec 2> /tmp/systemd_suspend_test_err.txt

if [ "${1}" = "pre" ]; then
  # Do the thing you want before suspend here
  echo "we are suspending $(date +%I:%M:%S_%D)." 
elif [ "${1}" = "post" ]; then
  # Do the thing you want after resume here
   echo "and we are back from being suspended $(date +%I:%M:%S_%D)" 
  # gxmessage works IF xhost + is run first.
  gxmessage -timeout 5 -fg red -display :0 'Back from being suspended.'
  cvlc /usr/share/sounds/My_Sounds/Relax_6_Seconds.mp3

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IPC::Run::Debug(3)					User Contributed Perl Documentation					IPC::Run::Debug(3)

IPC::Run::Debug - debugging routines for IPC::Run SYNOPSIS
## ## Environment variable usage ## ## To force debugging off and shave a bit of CPU and memory ## by compile-time optimizing away all debugging code in IPC::Run ## (debug => ...) options to IPC::Run will be ignored. export IPCRUNDEBUG=none ## To force debugging on (levels are from 0..10) export IPCRUNDEBUG=basic ## Leave unset or set to "" to compile in debugging support and ## allow runtime control of it using the debug option. DESCRIPTION
Controls IPC::Run debugging. Debugging levels are now set by using words, but the numbers shown are still supported for backwards compatibility: 0 none disabled (special, see below) 1 basic what's running 2 data what's being sent/recieved 3 details what's going on in more detail 4 gory way too much detail for most uses 10 all use this when submitting bug reports noopts optimizations forbidden due to inherited STDIN The "none" level is special when the environment variable IPCRUNDEBUG is set to this the first time IPC::Run::Debug is loaded: it prevents the debugging code from being compiled in to the remaining IPC::Run modules, saving a bit of cpu. To do this in a script, here's a way that allows it to be overridden: BEGIN { unless ( defined $ENV{IPCRUNDEBUG} ) { eval 'local $ENV{IPCRUNDEBUG} = "none"; require IPC::Run::Debug"' or die $@; } } This should force IPC::Run to not be debuggable unless somebody sets the IPCRUNDEBUG flag; modify this formula to grep @ARGV if need be: BEGIN { unless ( grep /^--debug/, @ARGV ) { eval 'local $ENV{IPCRUNDEBUG} = "none"; require IPC::Run::Debug"' or die $@; } Both of those are untested. AUTHOR
Barrie Slaymaker <>, with numerous suggestions by p5p. perl v5.16.3 2012-01-16 IPC::Run::Debug(3)

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