Ubuntu T61 suspend hibernate idle timeout on battery
Lenovo T61 with intel graphics won't suspend on idle timeout or hibernate on critical battery. The suspend timeout works fine when it's on A/C power. Manually suspending or hibernating also works fine usuaseemslly, however if the laptop has been susp
Ubuntu Cannot Suspend / Hibernate
Since recently I switched to Ubuntu and love it, except for some minor things I can't get fixed, which bother me. One of those is that my PC will not suspend / hibernate. I've looked in the system log and it says: Sep 11 11:30:51 ZOLDER gnome-power-m
ubuntu cant suspend/hibernate on dell 640m inspiron
initially when i installed ubuntu 10.04 hibernate worked except suspend didnt. then after some time hibernate didnt work and when i tried to hibernate it just ended up showing a login prompt screen but froze there, so i had to pull the plug out. now
Ubuntu Lost suspend/hibernate...
I have HP nx8220 and Dapper on it. It was easy to make everything work at that time. Now, I realized that my fan is running all the time, and that my battery-life is quite poor (much shorter than under dual-booted Win). I started to tweak a bit, I di
Ubuntu no suspend/hibernate on 8.04 (hardy)
hello, first post on here. any help would be appreciated. first off a little background. i've been working with windows for years and consider myself a novice pc user. i recently built a computer and installed Ubuntu 8.04 on it. this is my first time
Ubuntu gnome-screensaver default idle timeout
Perhaps we are overcomplicating this, but have been battling with the following for a few days now, on and off...thought it best to scream for help!! ;) We have created a custom distribution disk for Ubuntu and plan on giving it to our hardware vendo
Ubuntu Fixing suspend/hibernate in Natty?
I've looked around for fixing suspend/hibernate on my Asus G60, and all of the topics here are for older versions of Ubuntu and point to files that don't exist/use old commands/etc.. Any ideas? I've solved my backlight problem, video driver problem,
Ubuntu Powerdown/suspend/hibernate via remote control mini-howto
Following on my earlier dealings with LIRC (http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=678835) I've been tackling how to use LIRC to shut down the machine from the comfort of your sofa. You'll still need to get off your lazy **** to turn it back on ;)
Ubuntu uswsusp (suspend/hibernate) in Feisty: still doesn't work
on my laptop (MSI S260) suspend was working out of the Box in Feisty but not hibernation. After looking around a little bit I found this article that was supposed to fix everything using the package uswsusp: http://blog.paulbetts.org/index.php/2007/0
Ubuntu Disable Suspend/Hibernate in Gnome?
I bought Acer Extensa 5620Z as a gift for a friend. Ubuntu works like a champ on it, but after 7 hours of trying to get suspend/hibernate to work I want to call it a day - I give up. However, I don't want her to try to use these non-working features
Ubuntu No suspend/hibernate on thinkpad x40
Hey, I'm running ubuntu 7 the fellating fawn or whatever, and I have a thinkpad x40. I have a normal set-up, the only thing I've really done to it is put fluxbox on it. Anyway, I don't seem to have any way to suspend or hibernate it. gnome-power-pref
Ubuntu gdm suspend on idle
Is it possible to have the machine suspend when idle at the gdm login screen? I understand it is possible when a user is logged in through the System > Preferences > Power Management controls. What is happening is that the computer is sitting a
Ubuntu Laptop Suspend/Hibernate
I am on an ASUS N61JQ Laptop and am having an issue with suspend/hibernate. I'm using the 64bit ubuntu 11.4. Whenever I try to suspend, the screen goes black and the laptop just hangs. It is the same case with hibernate. But with hibernate,even thoug
Ubuntu T43 Suspend/Hibernate: Help me find a solution.
I found a solution. See next post tldr; is there any way to access a log to see what module/etc keeps waking my computer up from suspend? Edit: I think (but am not completely certain) that the cause is a slightly faulty lid, which might signal that i
Ubuntu disable suspend / hibernate
How do I disable (turn off) suspend / hibernate in Kubuntu 8.04 KDE 3.5
Ubuntu 3G Modem, Change Idle Timeout?
I'm running a Virgin Mobile 3G USB modem in 10.10, and have had no problems setting it up. Kudos devs, for the easy set-up. One problem I do have is that the modem times out when idle for 10 minutes or so, and after it disconnects, it won't dial out
Ubuntu HOWTO suspend/hibernate with beryl
It work for me on my DELL inspiron 9400 (E1705) notebook I use to have beryl on edgy but I loose suspend and hibernate (which I use a lot). I tried with the scripts to kill beryl when suspending/hibernating, but it didn't work or I had to reopen bery
Ubuntu HOWTO suspend/hibernate with compiz and aiglx
When I installed AIGLX and Compiz I have had problem on resume from suspend and hibernate (never properly wakes up). I think that it's a problem of compiz. To resolve this, just add two simple scripts to acpi: the idea is to kill compiz and to load m
Ubuntu Efty: Suspend/Hibernate stopped working => Workaround
I have something I would like to share with you. Maybe there'd be a better place to write (or even file a bug report), but I haven't found out. The situation was the following: Dell D600 laptop - upgraded to edgy from dapper (earlier upgraded from br
Ubuntu GX240 - Suspend/Hibernate working?
Has anyone had any luck getting a DELL Optiplex GX240 to successfully wake up from a suspend hibernate? My machine will do both, but I only get a black screen (powered) after a resume/wake-up. Any suggestions? Thanks, CH P.S. Using Karmic Koala and a