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I see this in my pm_suspend.log: Running hook /etc/pm/sleep.d/10_unattended-upgrades-hibernate resume suspend: /etc/pm/sleep.d/10_unattended-upgrades-hibernate resume suspend: success. This is very uncool. My Windows machine used to wake up on me by itself and I could never figure out why. It used to drive me crazy as I searched the culprit. Found it very ...
Edit file with text editor program by adding pci=noacpi parameter into syslinux.cfg file in syslinux directory (/syslinux/syslinux.cfg) on your USB. Example : (Before) label live menu label live - boot the Live System kernel /casper/vmlinuz append file=/cdrom/preseed/custom.seed boot=casper initrd=/casper/initrd.gz quiet splash -- (after) label live ...
Maybe not the cleanest solution, but works for me. To resolve the issue I added following at the beginning of file /etc/acpi/powerbtn.sh: /usr/sbin/pm-suspend exit 0
You're using a kernel that has CONFIG_ACPI_PROCFS_POWER set. There's nothing wrong with the excerpts you posted, ACPI stuff is logged fairly often.
For a couple of years, I serviced the laptops of a larger German car manufacturer. I've seen all kinds of Toshibas, Compaqs, IBMs / Lenovos and HPs. On some (I can't recall the brand though), you could see a read-only BIOS entry, listing the "battery order", but it was neither changeable through the BIOS nor the system. On none of all these laptops it was ...
I have the same problem for ASUS Zenbook and resolved with: edit grub: sudo vi /etc/default/grub change like below: GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="acpi=force pcie_aspm=force drm.vblankoffdelay=1 i915.semaphores=1" update grub: sudo update-grub and restart
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