Question: What package contains the subprogram responsible for the KMenu option "sleep"?
Background: I've been running KUbuntu 10.04.1 and I am completely updated. Recently (within the past month), the "sleep" menu item has stopped working. It just sits there waiting like I clicked nothing. I've check all of the logs in /var/log and nothing is added when I click sleep.
I'm guessing that something I updated has bollux'ed things up, but I don't know which package contains the component that I need to roll back. In the meantime, I've installed uswsusp, but s2ram & s2both don't ask my password when the laptop resumes -- which really bothers me. So now that I've got a little time to track this down, I had to post -- any ideas??
Update: I've messed around with the versions of acpi for quite some time. It appears to be working. If I run
sudo /etc/acpi/sleep.sh it works and the computer suspends. As above, it does not lock the screen first, but at least the damn thing suspends. Oddly,
sudo /etc/acpi/sleepbtn.sh does not work.