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computer low-power mode, including suspend-to-RAM and suspend-to-disk

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I'm using Debian unstable and I have a graphical problem after my computer suspend. My Xfce desktop is not correctly rendered on the wakeup, I can see my background through the panel (see screenshot … ) dmesg log shows an error "i915 [...] has bogus alignment". Here is dmesg during the "suspend" action: [44434.416880] wlp2s0: deauthenticating from 14:0c:76:6f:f2:61 by local choice (Reason: 3 …
asked May 22 '16 by ppr
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Each time I wake up my computer from suspend mode, the cd/dvd player activate and make some noise (it probably checks if there is no cd inside). This happens also at startup. I don't have this …
asked Nov 11 '16 by ppr
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I would like to suspend my xubuntu (14.04) system from a keyboard shortcut without entering my superuser password (sudo). I'm looking a command line which I can convert to a shortcut. So far, I … tried two solutions: Xfce command: xfce4-session-logout --suspend Problem: The system doesn't lock the session. I don't need to enter my password for the wake-up and I want to do it. Dbus: dbus-send …
asked Jul 30 '14 by ppr
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commandline) which asks for identification. The usage is to lock my laptop when I leave office for lunch. I want to press this shortcut before closing the screen (and so putting the laptop to suspend). If someone tries to wake it up, he will have to enter the password. …
asked Dec 18 '13 by ppr
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Suspend doesn't halt my old computer (DELL Precision T7400) since I updated to xubuntu 15.10. I have a black screen after suspending but the computer is still working (fan, led, ...) I suspect … systemd to mess up with pm-suspend. I tried to suspend in different ways: pm-suspend xfce4-session-logout --suspend Uswsusp (s2ram) dbus-send --system --print-reply --dest="org.freedesktop.UPower …
asked Feb 4 '16 by ppr