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Thaw must be "resume" from hibernation. Literally it is resume from disk.


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Thanks for all the hints and tips on here. Like other's, I've had issues on my Zenbook UX21E for years, while it was running Windows 7. I never upgraded the OS for years, other than the traditional MS updates. Under windows, the issue was confined to sudden shutdowns while pulling the AC power. (Honestly, I just thought it was a short in the power connector, ...


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Add powersave=0 to your Wifi profile at /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/your wifi profile [wifi] ssid=xxxx mode=infrastructure bssid=xxxxxxxxx mac-address=xxxxxxxx seen-bssids=xxxxx security=802-11-wireless-security hidden=true powersave=0


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Try to use: http://linrunner.de/en/tlp/docs/tlp-linux-advanced-power-management.html Windows 7 lasts 4.5 on battery, Ubuntu lasted only 2 hours at best... later I installed TLP and Im at 5 1/2 - 6 hours (with Intel GPU in use instead of NVIDIA) Not to mention the fact, that this has been discussed a lot of times...else I wouldnt know about this


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Not all pstates are available when using acpi-cpufreq. You can check the available frequencies (pstates) via: sudo cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_available_frequencies Is 2100 listed? If it is listed, what do you get for: grep MHz /proc/cpuinfo and cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu*/cpufreq/scaling_setspeed Based on your comments, it ...


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In Light Locker, just move the arrow in "Blank screen after" as far to the right as possible.


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It depends on your settings. If in "Power Management" is set to suspend, when you close the lid, then it is same. But settings may differ. You can choose i.e. to hibernate, when close the lid, etc. By default it is same. You can try pm-hibernate, ot pm-suspend-hybrid too. They are different. And also suspend menu item can be linked to "hybrid". But this ...


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Ubuntu 14.04 uses upstart so yes suspend in all the cases you mentioned will trigger pm-suspend. However, with systemd which is the default in 15.04, pm-suspend is not used but instead you can use systemd's own suspend/resume services (to trigger specific actions).


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Inactive No user interaction happened for the period of time specified. A user interaction is a mouse movement, a button click, or a keyboard key pressed/released. The settings allows for multiple levels of inactivity. First the screen saver is shown, a little later you can suspend/hibernate or minimize electricity use (i.e. make a PCI board go to a sleep ...


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Not a direct answer to your question, but to prevent going into suspend (e.g. while running your backup script) there are inhibitors which can be set by gnome-session-inhibit or by directly calling the dbus method org.gnome.SessionManager /org/gnome/SessionManager org.gnome.SessionManager.Inhibit $ gnome-session-inhibit --help gnome-session-inhibit ...


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Some device is waking up your machine immediately. You can show all devices which can wakeup and those states with cat /proc/acpi/wakeup # cat /proc/acpi/wakeup Device S-state Status Sysfs node PS2K S4 *disabled PS2M S4 *disabled UAR1 S4 *disabled pnp:00:06 P0P1 S4 *disabled RP01 S4 *disabled pci:0000:00:1c.0 ...


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See if running the command dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg will help you any. There are a couple other posts about people having similar issues when upgrading to 15.04.


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I have also experienced this problem. Basically, when we close the lid of the PC, it somehow reduces the brightness to 0 and you see black screen when opening lid again. But if you increase brightness from function keys of your laptop, you will be able to see the login screen. That works for me smoothly


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While I don' t know much about remapping keys, I suggest a workaround by binding pm-suspend to a keyboard shortcut. Make pm-suspend executable without password by placing something like %yourusername ALL = NOPASSWD: /usr/sbin/pm-suspend into your /etc/sudoers file and then bind gksu pm-suspend to a shortcut in System Preferences -> keyboard -> Shortcuts -> ...


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1.Try to reinstall NotifyOSD sudo apt-get --reinstall install libnotify-bin notify-osd Then restart. 2.Installing Battstat Applet gives you a warning on top of all windows like this:- http://techrax.tk/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/critical_message.png To install it, do:- add-apt-repository ppa:iaz/battery-status apt-get update apt-get install ...


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Just go to your BIOS/UEFI. After turning on, press "F2" until it writes "Preparing to enter setup". Then, you have to look for the power settings, or something similar. Within this menu, you can change the settings like you want. I am running a precision M4800 with Ubunt 15.04, and the settings work.



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