Jaunty: Where is the suspend option?
gmane at auxbuss.com
Sun Apr 5 22:18:20 UTC 2009
Myriam Schweingruber said...
> Hi all,
> On Thu, Apr 2, 2009 at 15:35, Derek Broughton <derek at pointerstop.ca> wrote:
> > marc wrote:
> >> Derek Broughton said...
> >>> That's the problem with KDE4 - most of the things you're used to are
> >>> still available (and more every day) but they tend to be in subtly
> >>> different
> >>> places. Â You can't just have what you had under 3.5, but you can have
> >>> most
> >>> of it - and eventually, we hope, all - Â but you do have to learn some new
> >>> techniques.
> >> I can deal with that :-) But you have to be able to find things to start
> >> with!
> > I hear you, and I know it can be tough. Â Having been unable to install 8.10
> > immediately when I had to buy a new machine, I don't have KDE4 at all right
> > now, so can't really help.
> Folks, there *is* suspend to RAM in the "leave" menu in Jaunty, it's
> just called "Sleep" and not "Suspend".
Nope, not here there ain't. All I have in that dialogue is: Logout, Turn
off, Restart, Cancel.
To Sleep or Hibernate I have to install the Battery Monitor widget and
keep it in the widget bar.
Clearly, there's some way to activate this, since you have it, but how?
> If the option doesn't show, it is likely you are missing some package.
> Did you try searching the repos with the keyword "suspend"?
There's a transitional package called "suspend2-userui"!
> FWIW, on my Lenovo laptop, I have the package acpi-support installed.
> the HAL manages the rest, and both suspend ways work like a charm.
Yup, it's installed here too. Suspend works great... once I found it!
Just a shame I have to lose screen real estate to access it, atm.
Be good to fix this.
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