No, desktop distros only support user-initiated suspend, which should never be blocked by user space applications anyway. A desktop computer cannot use opportunistic suspend as it stands, because:
* The hardware is not designed that way; suspending (spinning down) your hard drive every few seconds is a great way to kill it
* Current software does not acquire suspend blockers where they would be expected by the user
* Current drivers do not use suspend blockers, so the system as a whole doesn't know when it *can* suspend. If it tries, chances are that the suspend will be blocked half-way until the driver can finish its work -- time during which the system is still running, but the user cannot do anything meaningful.
This is an Android-specific feature that cannot be reliabily used in other configurations, possibly even other handsets.
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