I'm running Ubuntu 10.04 and the gnome-do docky applet. For some reason every so often (sometimes after one, sometimes after several suspends) when I wake up from a suspend (I'm on a laptop, so every time I close the screen in-between my classes) gnome-do starts devouring the CPU. Trying to use the quit button on gnome-do doesn't work, I have to kill -1 the process.
Apparently it's been a problem for several people as there is at least one bug report. According to the bug report it's been fixed, but the release hasn't been pushed into the PPA. So my idea was to have the suspend script kill gnome-do automagically and then I'd just have to start it up again when I wake up (or set that in a wakeup script). Unfortunately my google-fu seems to fail me - I've found plenty of info about shutdown and logout, but nothing on suspend.
Any pointers? Thanks!