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Old 14th November 2009, 10:45 PM
miles Offline
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broken power mgmt on Acer Aspire One

under gnome with power mgmt settings set :

1) does not suspend when lid is closed
2) suspend does not wake up correctly - wakes up but then immediately goes back to sleep except when suspended from shut down men
3) when first logged in, goes to sleep after about 2 mins (settings are not to suspend until 30 minutes, dim is not checked)

any confirmation ? any workarounds ?
Old 15th November 2009, 10:42 AM
CSchwangler Offline
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Suspend/Resume work fine on my laptop (Dell Latitude D400 with Intel graphics) and the laptop wakes up. The only thing I recognized is that it takes longer to wake up from hibernate as it takes to boot the laptop. Also, screensaver kicks in as configured.

acer, aspire, broken, mgmt, power

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