My system is ubuntu 11.10 at old i386 laptop, but used as desktop. I want to set system to shutdown after 2 hours in inactive mode. but at the system settings for power, the only options for power plugin (not batter):
1 suspend when inactive for => 1 hour
2 when lid close => suspend (can't find shutdown here)
I want to shutdown when in inactive mode for 2 hours
I suspend my laptop (pm-suspend) often and sometimes my desktop (pm-suspend-hybrid) fairly often. I am using the latest ubuntu (13.10, saucy).
Is there a way I could run a command when I go into suspend or immediately after coming out of suspend? I'd like to kill any open output ssh connections and stop offlineimap, since the timeout for those tends to be annoying. Ideas?
When i close my laptop lid the system goes into suspend mode despite my power manager settings. Why is that?
I never want the system to go into sleep, hibernation or suspend. I want the screen to turn off after 10 minutes of inactivity, that's all i want.
I know that this has been discussed in a few general themes but I've still not found the solution. Using 13.10 on a desktop, and the only choice in power settings is "suspend when idle for (setting) minutes". All I want to do is change "suspend" to "shutdown" ... i.e. I want it to shutdown completely after a operator set number of minutes being idle.
I have a Fedora 19 system which suspends (to RAM) after 15 minutes of inactivity - the least amount of time I can set in GNOME Settings > Power. I want the system to be able to wake up using Wake-On-LAN. That doesn't work as expected: