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Re: Lubuntu no longer suspends laptop when lid closed


I had that change as well. xfce power manager handled this before in the
GUI. I remember a bug in 13.10 that certain people couldn't get the lid to
stop suspending when they close the lid. If it is the desired behavior to
close when suspending but does close if you manually change to that in xfce
power manager should it be lubuntu default settings I think.

On Sun, Jan 26, 2014 at 2:47 AM, Lars Noodén <lars.nooden@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Lubuntu no longer suspends my laptop when the lid is closed.  It will
> suspend if "pm-suspend" is run manually and it will wake up just fine
> when the lid is opened.  But the actual suspend needs to be done
> manually.  The change happened sometime this week and doing a complete
> wipe and fresh install has no effect.  This is on AMD64+mac, I'm not
> sure about other architectures.
> Which package is relevant to this for the bug report?
> Regards,
> /Lars
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