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Same problem. Possible paths include: - moving to upstream kernel? V4.x - changing display manager - modifying boot kernel parameters - scripts to sleep.d folders I am likewise not sure which way to turn; one could do a lot of damange following these pathways at random.


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After trying many different suggestions, I finally gave up on 14.04 and installed 15.04 and now the problem is gone. I have installed 15.04 on Lenovo Yoga 2 pro.


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May not be appropriate as a definitive answer but I don't have the privilege yet to post comments. Have you checked that you energy management is not set so that your computer goes in hibernation or suspend-to-disk mode when closing the lid (screeen) ? If this is the case, then you have two solution: Set up your computer to go properly in hibernation or ...


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As per this, Do the Following: Open /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf in your favorite text editor. Add the line blacklist i2c-hid Save and reboot


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Here's an updated version of Derek Pressnall's answer that works with systemd and includes Eliah Kagan's suggestion, just drop it in /usr/lib/systemd/system-sleep/delayed_hibernation.sh and make it executable: #!/bin/bash hibernation_timeout=1800 #30 minutes if [ "$2" = "suspend" ]; then curtime=$(date +%s) if [ "$1" = "pre" ]; then echo ...



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