I’m using archlinux. It never auto-suspend before a recent system upgrade(maybe I updated the kernel?).
Is it possible to stop my laptop going to sleep when I close the lid?
I’m using Ubuntu, but I have i3 as my window manager instead of a desktop environment.
Based on various sources I have cobbled together
I used to have Fedora 14 installed on this HP Compaq 610, and the suspend feature worked fine. Now that I’ve installed Scientific Linux 6.1 suspend doesn’t work anymore. How do I debug/fix it?
After fresh installation of Linux Mint 18 64-bit, when I try to suspend screen goes black and system does not suspend (and power led stays on).
I’m having a problem with my notebook suspending, but then waking up when I don’t want it to (either immediately, or much later when in the bag – I may have two issues to solve here). But for the moment this question is about troubleshooting: is there a command I can run that will tell me what the trigger was for the last
resume action? E.g. whether a key was pressed, or the power button, whether it was a wake-on-lan signal, whether it was switching from AC power to batter, etc, etc.