Default setting for system suspend in Ubuntu install CD
robe.nanga at gmail.com
Tue Mar 6 14:02:16 UTC 2012
I meant that's the way those operating system's installation media behave
when you boot from them. Not when you boot the newly installed and
functional operating system itself. For example when I used my Windows 7
installation DVD to run chkdsk I could close the lid of my laptop anytime I
wanted and nothing happened. I actually ran chkdsk with the lid closed.
Sorry for the confusion. After installation and booting the operating
system itself the behaviour defaults to suspend to RAM
BTW How do I file a defect report? :)
2012/3/6 Dan Chen <seven.steps at gmail.com>
> On Mar 6, 2012 7:56 AM, "Roberto NM" <robe.nanga at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I think the behaviour to do nothing instead of suspending is expected
> and user friendly since other major operating systems (Windows, OS X)
> behave the same way.
> I just booted a brand new purchase of a MacbookPro 8,2, and the default
> behaviour upon lid close is most definitely to suspend-to-ram.
> Similarly, the default behaviour of Windows Vista and 7 both appear to be
> to suspend-to-ram (as tested in new installs on Dells and HPs at large USA
> retail chains).
> On the other hand, it does seem interesting to attempt to detect running
> off a live CD and to inhibit suspend-to-ram (and possibly suspend-to-disk,
> too). Would you care to file a defect report for this idea?
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