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Solved : Open the file /etc/systemd/logind.conf as root. Find this: HandleLidSwitch If it's commented, uncomment and change the value to ignore. The line after editing should be: HandleLidSwitch=ignore Restart and your problem Should be gone . Found the solution here : http://unix.stackexchange.com/a/52645/112900


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You can try installing laptop-mode-tools if you haven't done so before. I had the similar issues with my MBR.


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Read this Suspend and hibernate configuration in Debian Jessie You may get hibernation working out of the box (even without uswsusp), provided that you have a swap partition big enough to hold an image of the system. It can sometimes be convenient to have a laptop first "Suspend" to RAM, for quick wake-up -- but then automatically save RAM to disk, and ...


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it is relevant as unix question , you cannot maximise battery life ; but you can avoid spoil it e.g using xbacklight , not playing on line, charge it from 0 to 100% etc. Closing service on the kernel is not relevant at the battery life but at the security : it is for super-user trick/geek.



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