[ubuntu-uk] Suspend on lid close - Thinkpad x121e
morrissey.james1 at gmail.com
Mon Oct 10 14:52:09 UTC 2011
Someone must have worked it out because there is one of these machines
available with Ubuntu 10.10(?) pre-installed.
Yes, i think i remember reading that pre-installed machines have slightly different set-ups.
Sounds like something to do with the graphics, what card does your
machine have in it?
VGA compatible controller
2nd Generation core Processor Family
Intel Corporation integrated graphics controller
Yes, I'm hoping 11.10 will support it better: the two problems I have
are what appears to be a spontaneous sleep which it won't recover from
and occasional freezing of the mouse for a couple of seconds, which
appears in the logs and is apparently a long standing bug with some
Have you looked here http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1843957
Someone seems to be saying that an update of the driver .so file solved some problems that they had.
On 10/10/11 15:39, Kris Douglas wrote:
> On 10 October 2011 15:22, Simon Greenwood<sfgreenwood at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 10 October 2011 15:02, James Morrissey<morrissey.james1 at gmail.com>
>>> No. Changing the SATA didn't seem to do anything. Screen still wouldn't
>>> resume when i opened the lid.
>>> On the whole, i think the machine is good. Its certainly performs better
>>> than the ancient one i had before this - Asus ARP6.
>>> That said, the hardware doesn't seem to be quite so well supported, but i
>>> see that this model is now endorsed by Canonical and i am hoping that it
>>> goes a little better under Oneric.
>>> All the problems i have appear to pertain to the screen: Sometimes text
>>> disappears from my word processor or emails, it takes a bunch of times
>>> resetting the dual monitor set-up to get both monitors to register and, as
>>> is the subject of this thread, the suspend-on-lid-close won't work.
>> Yes, I'm hoping 11.10 will support it better: the two problems I have are
>> what appears to be a spontaneous sleep which it won't recover from and
>> occasional freezing of the mouse for a couple of seconds, which appears in
>> the logs and is apparently a long standing bug with some synaptics
> Sounds like something to do with the graphics, what card does your
> machine have in it?
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