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