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So to answer my question, find out what is the program or package that is writing the last lines in the syslog before the crash this a directory should be also checked: /var/crash/ As commenters pointed it out, nouveau is the open source nvidia driver. Regarding the concrete problem, I had installed proprietary nvidia driver, since then I haven't had ...
There is a configuration option services.logind.extraConfig. Open your NixOS configuration file (/etc/nixos/configuration.nix). Assign a string "HandleLidSwitch=ignore" (or whatever you would usually put into /etc/systemd/logind.conf) to that option: services.logind.extraConfig = "HandleLidSwitch=ignore";
It sounds likely, as you indicated, that your actual problem is related to changing ACPI settings. The answers on this Debian forum thread suggest the following: Edit the file at /etc/default/grub and edit the GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX line to look like this: GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="reboot=bios" Run update-grub. If reboot=bios doesn't work, they suggest retrying ...
I found out that the problem can be easily circumvented, by checking for the specific plug/unplug event on the jack. The solution below will give the script the information about the specific jack events, which will mute sound, when the jack is unplugged. /etc/acpi/events/jack: event=jack[ /]headphone action=/etc/acpi/actions/jack.sh "%e" ...
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