Prevent Accidental Wakeups

From Macworld

I decided that it would be better if my Macs, as they do with sleep, would only wake on my command. There’s no built-in GUI solution to this problem, but it turns out that Apple has hidden a number of power management options in a Unix program called pmset. We covered one use of pmset, to set newer Macs’ sleep mode, in this tip. But pmset can do much more than that.

To see what options your Mac is presently configured with, launch Terminal (in /Applications -> Utilities), and type pmset -g.

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