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rtcwake should be able to help you out here. sudo rtcwake -m mem -s 15 That should enter a S3 (memory) suspend for a few seconds, all your fans will shut off... And then and then boot right back up again without any state loss. Even network connections remain intact here. There is also a -m off mode. I'm going to assume you lose state completely here and ...


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I tested the command mentioned here on Gnome 15.04, and it did the job well. The next thing to do is then to make it available under a shortcut key. The easiest way would be to create a small script of it: #!/bin/bash dbus-send --system --print-reply \ --dest="org.freedesktop.login1" \ /org/freedesktop/login1 \ org.freedesktop.login1.Manager.Suspend ...


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The command line way On AC Sleep timeout computer when on AC sleep-inactive-ac-timeout <time_in_seconds> 0 = off eg after 300 second: gsettings set org.gnome.settings-daemon.plugins.power sleep-inactive-ac-timeout 300 Whether to hibernate, suspend or do nothing when inactive sleep-inactive-ac-type <hibernate|suspend|nothing> eg ...


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Install gnome-tweak-tool by: sudo apt-get install gnome-tweak-tool Hit Super key/Windows key and search for Tweak Tool. Go to 'Power' options and change the behavior as you wish.


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My solution to use pm-utils with PolicyKit With this way, you have to enter a password before suspend First install pm-utils, we need pm-suspend sudo apt-get install pm-utils After that, create a new script file and add the code below #!/bin/sh pkexec "pm-suspend" "$@" Open Keyboard via Activities menu and navigate to Custom Shortcuts and add a ...


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I had similar problem to yours, would try to shut down or restart but the computer would go a black screen and would not power off. My computer has the same cpu. I found the solution is to blacklist a couple of drivers as found in this link http://forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopic.php?f=42&t=163126&start=20#p961212 . OldFred from Ubuntu forums pointed ...


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For the situation I described running a non-stock kernel, the following solution worked. Depending on what kernel series you're using, YMMV: You'll need to do these to get grub/initramfs set up correctly: sudo blkid | grep swap <-- get your swap uuid sudo <your_text_editor_here> /etc/default/grub <-- edit your grub file ...


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After many attempts at this annoying problem I came up with this solution. Create an executable file under /etc/pm/sleep.d/, and name it i.e. 10_resume_wifi, like this: sudo touch /etc/pm/sleep.d/10_resume_wifi sudo chmod +x /etc/pm/sleep.d/10_resume_wifi sudo gedit /etc/pm/sleep.d/10_resume_wifi Paste this code inside the file: #!/bin/sh case $1 in ...


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Black screen on resume from suspend is a kernel panic caused by the wireless card (Broadcom) changing its status. You can now fix the problem by applying the following patch : wget https://launchpadlibrarian.net/196100480/0014-null-pointer-crash.patch sudo cp 0014-null-pointer-crash.patch /usr/src/bcmwl-6.30.223.248+bdcom/patches/ Add the path of the ...



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