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I have this computer and have been having the same issue. Here's what I can add to this. I can temporarily fix this by taking the bottom off of the laptop and pulling the battery and BIOS battery. I can run Windows 7 and 8 for days without the issue coming back. When I boot into either Ubuntu 12.04 or Mint 13 it will work for a while then come back. It ...


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To know if the button is indeed working, go to a terminal and type while [ 1 ]; do cat /proc/acpi/button/lid/LID/state; sleep 1; done you should get one state: open every second. Now close the lid and wait a bit. Open it again. Some lines should now be state: closed with that, you can tell that the hardware is working, and the signal is ...


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you must install Catalyst drivers from AMD. Follow this guide: What is the correct way to install ATI Catalyst Video Drivers (fglrx)? I have installed Catalyst 12.10 Drivers and finally, after 6 month about non return from sleep when suspend, now my Samsung 305u can wake up. Good luck.


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Go to System Setting -> Brightness and Lock and turn Lock off, turn the time delay of lock to Never just to be sure.


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This exact same thing is happening to me on Ubuntu 12.10, every time I close my laptop. One work around is to install CompizConfig and Enable Window Management -> Put and configure a keyboard shortcut for Put to Next Output. That way as soon as you open your laptop you can move the window back to its original position. This will also re-size the window from ...


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For my script (lid.sh) to be called in /etc/acpi/, I had to create the correct file in /etc/acpi/events/. The file has to be called lm_lid and the content is as follows: event=button/lid.* action=/etc/acpi/lid.sh Reboot your system to let this take effect. Note: I moved back to Linux Mint (now 17) before I figured this all out, and this, with the ...


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It turned out to be VirtualBox. I uninstalled VirtualBox & it started suspending correctly again. Anyway, thanks!


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I have a doubt: if you explicitly click in the 'suspend' option in the system button, the laptop suspends correctly? If the laptop suspends correctly, then this is just a configuration problem... In this case, you can install the Gnome Tweak Tool: sudo apt-get install gnome-tweak-tool After running the tweak tool, you should select the "Shell" option and ...


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This is a known issue in 11.10. I have resolved it by upgrading kernel to 3.2, but I would not recommend it since the upgrade might cause all sorts of problems. https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gnome-control-center/+bug/766490



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