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To make it so that it does not lock on resume do the following: Power management → Advanced settings and uncheck "Lock screen on resume" Note for 15.04: This has moved to Desktop Behaviour → Screen Locking.


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You can run kill -SIGCONT [pid] or killall -SIGCONT [process name] to resume the process[es] with the specified PID or process name.


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After further research, I found that I could get the desired behavior with my setup. I went into the Power Settings and configured battery power as: Suspend when inactive for: Don't suspend When power is critically low: Power off When the lid is closed: Do nothing Likewise, when plugged in it's set to not suspend when inactive or the lid is closed. To ...


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Firstly Please do be careful, you are tampering with the bootloader. Make sure your data is backuped. First try the setting Reboot your pc, boot into grub, highlight Ubuntu , press e too edit the boot parameters, and add the parameter specified bellow after line that says quiet splash $vt_handoff to try if it works. acpi_osi=Linux To use it ...


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This worked for me (taken from another thread on askubuntu): Ubuntu 14.04 wake up immediately after suspend You can try to disable it with a Upstart script every startup automatically: Create a file etc/init/disable-XHC.conf Content: start on started dbus stop on stopping dbus script sudo -u root sh -c "echo 'XHC' > ...


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I'm making several assumptions here, since I don't know exactly what hardware you're using. Generally speaking, there is an option in a computer's BIOS called Power Loss Restart or AC Power Loss Restart (see here for a little more info). If that function is not enabled, try enabling it.



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