Working Power Manager in Lubuntu 14.04?
doctorjellyface at riseup.net
Sun Aug 17 16:55:56 UTC 2014
Hi Israel, thanks for the reply.
lspci | grep VGA outputs:
01:05.0 VGA compatible controller: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.
[AMD/ATI] RS780M [Mobility Radeon HD 3200]
It's an integrated graphics card, taking 256MB from the (1GB) RAM.
On Sun, 17 Aug 2014 07:56:47 -0500
Israel <israeldahl at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Juraj,
> I have had no trouble with the xfce4-power-manager putting my computer
> to sleep.
> The graphics card is usually the main issue with Suspend. What kind of
> card do you have?
> you can use something like
> lspci | grep VGA
> to get the exact model.
> This might help us figure out how to help you better :)
> On 08/17/2014 12:52 AM, Juraj Fiala wrote:
> > Hiya. First mail to a mailing list ever so I apoligize for anything I
> > shouldn't have done. Thought that maybe this should be a question on
> > askubuntu, but this way it's problably better.
> > I'm running Lubuntu 14.04, and loving the blazing speed. It's the
> > fastest OS I ever had. I can run a 64 bit system on 738MB RAM.
> > The only thing I don't like is the power manager. I can't get it to
> > work. I set 'Laptop Mode' on in 'Default applications for LXSession',
> > xfce4-power-manager starts up correctly, handles everything correctly,
> > except putting the computer to sleep.
> > I heard that xfce4-power-manager isn't patched to work with systemd. I
> > found a solution on Ask Ubuntu that will enable xfce4-power-manager to
> > put the laptop to sleep when the lid shuts down, by setting
> > "HandleLidSwitch" in /etc/systemd/logind.conf to "ignore". I tried, and
> > indeed, xfce4-power-manager was able to put the laptop to sleep on lid
> > close, but it was buggy (it didn't sleep every time), and it didn't
> > lock the screen.
> > So I tried the opposite, as suggested in the answer. I set
> > "HandleLidSwitch" to the default (suspend), and turned off all lid
> > actions in xfce4-power-manager. A little improvment, but still, doesn't
> > work all the time, sometimes fails or just ignores, but at least it
> > locks the screen.
> > Has anyone here got a working power manager? If yes, how?
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