i am writing " sudo pm-suspend " in terminal , the pc goes to suspend but just for a second and it fire up again ,as if i dont make any suspend
how can i fix this ?
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?
hi everyone, I have a little problem with my laptop.this is the way I suspend my laptop: I open a terminal and type "sudo pm-utils", suspends perfect, then I push the power button, everything resumes fine, but if I don't stop kill the pm-suspend command (ctrl + c) the laptop go to suspend again. there is a way to avoid this?
How do I suspend? If I run pm-suspend as root suspend and recovery works great (it's quick) but there's no shortcut or icon that I can see. If I click on my username in the upper right corner I see Switch User, Logout, Lock and Power Off but nothing that indicates suspend.
Maybe something is running that is blocking suspend?
I use frequently on my laptop the "suspend" function of opensuse 11.2.
I would like to use the "suspend" function on my desktop too running an opensuse 11.1 with default kernel 18.104.22.168, but when I restart the machine the monitor is black and the only solution is to reboot it.
I'm new fedora user and I've installed fedora 12 on my laptop.
The only problem, that appears is that suspend option doesn't work good.
So when I runt the command "sudo pm-suspend" (or click it in the top menu)
the suspend process starts, screen goes black, I can read:
syncing filesystems, freezing prcessess, frezing tasks, freezing consoles ...
Just like shipa, I've had the same suspend issues regarding the black screen on my Samsung NP535U3C. After resuming, the computer turns on but the screen does not (tested, since I've been able to reboot the computer with "sudo reboot" in a terminal).