After installing a clean xubuntu 12.04 I noticed that when I suspend, the computer suspends and turns itself off (you see the lights go off, and a click sound from the HD or fans), but then about 2 seconds later it turns itself back on again...
The odd thing is that:
- It doesn't happen when booting from the liveCD
- I created another user account. When I log onto this account I can suspend fine. The computer stays off until I press the ON button
- When I remove my
.configfolder and it's clean - I can also suspend without problem on my account
So it seems that something in my user config is causing this, but I can't work out what it might be. I tried diffing the two
.config folders, and also all processes running with one account compared to the other (
ps -ef |grep <username>), but couldn't find anything obvious that might be causing this...
As requested, here's the kern.log - with embeedded comments inside. It shows turning the computer on, logging in as the account that can suspend, suspending successfully, then turning off and on again, this time with my account, suspending (but only for about 2 seconds and then the computer starts again)