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In Lubuntu it is an option in preferences called "Light Lock". It's annoyingly on by default.
1.Basic alarm clock function Entering suspend mode for this solution, you need to enter suspend mode by running the script below. It makes the computer go into suspend mode and wakes you up at a (clock-) time, defined by you (in the script). playing your song. Of course you can simply run the script manually to use it, but it is more convenient to make it ...
your battery settings on ubuntu is absolutely correct. ubuntu power settings are not the reason for your problem. first you should check your power plans on windows 8.1 if the problem remains same then share the picture of your windows power settings.
This is a bug and should be reported it on Launchpad. You will then be asked to: Update all of your packages (sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade) Upgrade your BIOS if an upgrade is available. Try the very latest mainline kernel to verify the bug has not already been fixed. Follow the instructions at DebuggingKernelSuspend and Kernel ...
OK I believe the exposed arguments are related to whether or not windows and there contents are displayed behind the screen saver (this will be relevant to certain screen savers that draw on the screen and the like). So it is in short if your desktop is exposed or not. This is a educated guess, the terminology used is strange I think. I do how ever ...
Please open a terminal and do: sudo cp /usr/lib/pm-utils/power.d/wireless /usr/lib/pm-utils/power.d/wireless.bak gksudo gedit /usr/lib/pm-utils/power.d/wireless When the file opens, make the following changes; I refer to the line number in the file on my 14.04 system: Line 38: iwconfig_ac="power on" instead of off Line 41: *) iwconfig_ac="power on" ...
i changed my video driver to solve this problem. System Settings-> Software & Updates -> Additional Drivers. I was using the X.Org X server Video driver for "AMD/ATI display". I switched to the AMD graphics accelrators from fglrx-updates. my video card is Radeon HD 6480G(Asus laptop)
I have this problem too but for me it is very simple. I just use the shortcut on my laptop keyboard to turn the monitor on and then again on(not sleep just the monitor). Than it all comes back to normal.
I've figured out the solution, this answer helped me http://askubuntu.com/a/461978/104548. basically what you need to do is run this sudo apt-get update && apt-get install fglrx fglrx-pxpress and reboot.
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