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This is only for beginners... I have a dual boot in my Laptop (windows 8 and ubuntu 12.04). After updating I found that I am facing a overheating problem in Ubuntu. I think this is a problem is caused by the GPU. I have an ATI redon GPU. A software named xdiagnose is responsible for overheating, I think. Because after removing it my overheating problem is ...
jeremijah put me on the right track so kudos! I edited /etc/systemd/logind.conf as recommended, but I also did this.
Found the command on the Linux Mint forums. First, edit /etc/systemd/logind.conf as jeremija recommends. Then, simply comment out that last line that shuts down and add gnome-session-quit --power-off
Well, sd 0:0:1:0 is most likely a USB drive which doesn't play nicely with suspend. Just remove it when you're not using it.
I had the same problem, when I was installing it on Compaq laptop. Original hard drive had 4 primary partitions. NTFS doesn't support more than 3? primary partitions. I didn't modify active and windows partition and converted 2 other to logical. After that everything start working just fine.
I resolved it by resetting BIOS settings. Be careful if you use EFI boot - it will erased and you will need to recover it.
Edit/add the following line to /etc/systemd/logind.conf HandlePowerKey=ignore Some more details here: 13.10: Power button shuts down directly
This sounds like an issue with the asus acpi kernel module, try running the latest version from ACPI for Asus Laptops and see if that fixes the issue. Additionally take a look in /etc/acpi/ folder and see if you have any asus specific scripts and settings there yet. Does xev show only the normal letters that were being repeated, or also the XF86 keyevents?
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