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Okay, I think I've found the solution. Adding a sudo before rtcwake solves the problem. I now however have following question: Why does a root's crontab need sudo to run a command. Isn't it already running under root?
I found an open source project that provides extra functionality for devices on the Logitech Unified Receiver. Installing that application and a udev rule from a fork of that project allows me to wake Ubuntu 14.04 from suspend using a wireless Logitech keyboard. Install solaar from the (now) author's PPA. sudo apt-add-repository ppa:daniel.pavel/solaar ...
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