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Power settings location?

I have Xubuntu 14.04 and I am running it on an EeePC. Where in the world are my power settings? I've looked everywhere. I found this in my files, but I don't know how to open/use/install it. ...
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58 views

How can I change power settings automatically while running VLC in Xubuntu 14.04 64 bit

I am using Xubuntu 14.04 64 bit. I usually play video using VLC media player. The problem I am having is, after 10 or 15 minutes computer turn off its display, even the video is running in the ...
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1answer
31 views

Permanently end processes

The point is that i installed xubuntu and at one point i get on the screen one light bulb increasing and decreasing the light on the display (laptop) so i found in task manager that it is this ...
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397 views

Xubuntu 14.04 resume form hibernation/suspend error [closed]

Every time the system comes out of hibernation/suspend, I get the following error: [107691.012100] dpm_run_callback(): pmp_bus_resume+0x0/0xa0 returns -19 [107691.012101] PM: Device 00:07 failed to ...
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2answers
504 views

Xubuntu 14.04 Power button instantly powers off laptop instead of showing shutdown menu

Laptop is Lenovo Thinkpad X120e. lshw -short output /proc/cpuinfo The setup is pretty much standard. Not customized in any way, since I just installed it. No packages related to drivers installed, ...
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484 views

Disabling suspend/sleep/hibernate on a headless Xubuntu

I'm running Xubuntu 13.10 headless via ssh and tmux. Whenever I leave the machine, making sure to have a tmux session opened, it will invariably crash after about an hour. The sign it has crashed is ...
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175 views

Xubuntu not shutting down

I've installed the xubuntu-desktop package onto my Ubuntu 13.10 install. I like the look and the feel of the Xubuntu desktop however, I'm running into several issues: Shutting down / logging out ...
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152 views

xubuntu xfce power manager show pm icon for wireless mouse

I have just installed xubuntu 13.10 and except for a few things everything is great, but I have a slight problem with the pm icons. The xfce power manager shows one icon for laptop battery and another ...
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1answer
2k views

How do I stop Xubuntu 13.10 from suspending when I close lid?

I just upgraded to 13.10 and tried configuring at the Settings Manager, but it doesn't seem to work. So I tried configuring xfce4-power-manager/lid-action-on-ac and it didn't work eiter. Then, at ...
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2answers
2k views

Change power button to 'Ask' in Xubuntu 13.10

I have recently installed Xubuntu 13.10 on my Vaio vpcea making me a Linux beginner. The problem is that laptop's power button is right on the edge of the bezel making it far too easy to press ...
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218 views

Xubuntu 13.10 power button handling not working

I already searched for a solution about this issue but the one i found is not working for me. I already edited /etc/systemd/logind.conf HandlePowerKey=ignore HandleSuspendKey=ignore ...
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1answer
2k views

Xubuntu 13.10 shuts down without asking when power button pressed

Since I upgraded to Xubuntu 13.10, I can't seem to make the power button bring up the xfce shutdown dialog. I never had this problem on 13.04, but even after a clean install it persists. When I use ...
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1answer
1k views

Xfce Power Manager on Xubuntu 13.10 doesn't work

The problem is that its actually works, but something works with Xfce Power Manager at the same time. For example, I set that if I pressed Suspend button (on my Lenovo B560 its Fn+F2 hotkey) then ...
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1answer
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sometimes xfce4-power-manager stuck

sometimes the xfce4-power-manager does not show up in the panel and it`s not working at all, and sometimes is working. when it`s not working I have 2 solutions: log out, and log in. start system ...
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1answer
585 views

Timed Shutdown - shutdown after 30 minutes [duplicate]

I am running Xubuntu 13.04, I got in the habbit of closing my Acer Netbook and forgetting about it for a week+. I open it up to find it has still been running. How do I set it to shutdown after 15 ...
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1answer
383 views

Xubuntu, no battery detected

Recently I installed Xubuntu on my old Latitude D620. I'm having a problem where there's no battery indicator in the taskbar and there's no option to turn it on. Heck, xubuntu can't even find the ...
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1answer
515 views

How to prevent CPU governor from changing automatically on laptop power?

I noticed when I plug-in or unplug my laptop's AC adapter, the CPU scaling governor changes to ondemand. Because my laptop gets fairly hot, and I do nothing intensive on it, I prefer powersave at all ...
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Xubuntu fails to stay awake when the machine is under load

I have the following problem with a fresh install of Xubuntu 12.04: I set up power management options so as to send the machine to sleep after it's been idle for a while. My intention was to have it ...
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1answer
1k views

Is Xubuntu as power-efficient as Ubuntu?

I'm wondering if Xubuntu has the same features as Ubuntu 12.04 Particularly I'm trying to get the most battery life out of my laptop. Does Xubuntu 12.04 feature the same improvements to power ...
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4answers
3k views

xubuntu 12.04 restarts after suspend - only from my account

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 ...
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2answers
342 views

Brightness level is not restored back after some idle time when using fglrx

I have a laptop powered by fresh installation of Ubuntu 12.04 with XFCE. Before I have used a default opensource ATI driver. For several days I have been using fglrx. After some time of inactivity ...
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2answers
2k views

ATI radeon mobility 3650 overheats and shuts down computer in Xubuntu and not Windows. Why?

I have recently installed Xubuntu 12.04 alongside Windows Vista on my Acer Aspire 6920G laptop. I installed the latest proprietary fglrx drivers for the ATI radeon mobility 3650. In Xubuntu I felt ...
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0answers
301 views

xfce4-power-manager keeps restarting after suspend

In a clean install of Xubuntu 12.04, the xfce4-power-manager keeps restarting after suspend. If i quit the program and restart it, it keeps restarting. If i quit the program and restartit a few ...
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1answer
9k views

How can I workaround the XFCE4 power manager being broken?

I just did a clean install of 12.04 on my netbook, then installed xubuntu-desktop. (The reason for that is the showstopper bugs in 11.10 Unity -- like menus not working, or the launch bar capturing ...
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1answer
286 views

When plugged in my laptop's CPU load gets higher

When I plug in my laptop (Asus EEE pc with brazos) it can't play a movie without lagging. When I unplug my laptop from the power socket, the lag goes away. I'm a bit baffled by this because I ...
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3answers
784 views

will using xubuntu decrease my power usage?

I am battling with the absurd power usage of ubuntu 11.04. On windows 7 (which came preinstalled) I can get around 4:30 hours turning everything off (wifi, bluetooth, lowest brightness for screen) ...
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1answer
857 views

In terms of battery usage, which distro is more efficient between Lubuntu and Xubuntu?

Installing both on the same laptop without doing nothing more than the normal install, which one consumes less battery power at the end and makes the laptop last a little bit longer than the other, ...
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4answers
845 views

How to save power on a Xubuntu server?

I installed Xubuntu 11.04 AMD64 on an 'old' PC I have lying around. I quite like how Xfce has come along, but alas, this box will become headless shortly. Specs: Gigabyte P35-DS3P Intel E8200 @ ...
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4answers
10k views

Power Management - Sleep / Wake up Server when accessed

I have a headless HP Proliant Microserver with ubuntu installed. This machine has samba shares on it serving media and I usually rdp or ssh into it. Now my issue is I want the machine to go into sleep ...