The proper settings are set in Power Management — suspend the laptop on lid close for both AC and DC, but these do not have an effect on actual behavior. Even if I start the session with the lid closed it is still sketchy. I’m a new Ubuntu Meow, thanks for the quick response. Look for Yaqub K ‘s post. Where do I find it at? Bob-El 43 1 1 6.
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You can also change the option suspend to hibernate or poweroff Fix from Launchpad Bugcomment In accpi to JosephStalter’s post on November 21, Don’t wake up on lid open You really need to submit more info about your hardware. This is causing me to be unable to gamestream while lid is closed which is inconvenient. In reply to A.
Click the box to Allow this device to wake the computer. It is similar with your concern. When you open it again, you asu see the entire screen do a weird refresh. If someone could provide additional detail that would be tremendously helpful.
Michael Gall Replied on December 1, If this is to stop the “desktop shuffle” cause by closing the lid with an external then setting the external display as the primary helps – until you unplug it while the machine is on.
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. So changing that option as user in dconf-editor solved the problem for me: Is there a way to prevent the screen from being turned off when a laptop’s lid is closed? All times are GMT Bookmarks Bookmarks ,id del. This worked for me, but I had to add the following: Yeah, I’ve been digging for it. I checked that thread out ljd don’t find my answer.
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It’s so worth the drawbacks if you’re using external displays, being able to close and open the lid without fullscreen apps crashing e. For me the problem was that the lid close is handled different when an external monitor is connected.
In reply to JosephStalter’s post on November 26, Don’t wake up on lid open Hi, My laptop wakes from suspend on lid open – even if I disable suspend on lid close in KDE. For possible resolution, we have found this thread.
AlexandrKovalchuk It’s just Intel.
How to set what opening the lid does (windows 10)
I do not know why, but this has worked consistently for me. So is this an answer to the actual question? Where do I find it at?
power management – Laptop does not suspend when lid is closed – Ask Ubuntu
Add it to an Autostart folder. JosephStalter Replied on November 19, Meow, thanks for the quick response. Secondly, what’s the videosystem.