Problems with suspend
dotancohen at gmail.com
Mon Aug 6 21:05:08 UTC 2007
On 06/08/07, Paul S <paulatgm at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dotan Cohen said the following on 08/05/2007 06:58 PM:
> > before the machine powers down. How do I disable the KDE lock screen?
> Right click on the power manager in the panel, and select restore. Then
> uncheck the box for lock screen on resume. Also, if things seem frozen
> after a resume, you can also try hitting Alt-SysRq-K, which is a kernel
> system kill signal. It kind of replaces Cntl-Alt-Backspace, when that
> doesn't work. On my system, it will cycle me back to the login window.
Thanks. I found that with KPowersave instead of Klaptop I can disable
the lock screen. However, this did not resolve my issue. The screen
stays black (lit, but black) when I resume. What else can I check?
What is the SysRq key?
Also, although hibernation works properly, it is way to slow for my
constantly moving workflow, thus I need suspend.
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