[xmonad] Power Management
rdiaz02 at gmail.com
Tue Jan 3 18:10:43 CET 2012
On Tue, 3 Jan 2012 11:50:17 -0500,Eyal Erez <oneself at gmail.com> wrote:
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> Thank you very much for your reply. It seems that the latest version of
> Gnome (v3) doesn't including
> gnome-power-manager as a standalone service. I guess they folded into
> something else.
> I looked up some instructions on how to set up acpi (
> I ended up modifying /etc/acpi/events/lidbtn. I changed the "action" from
> /etc/acpi/lid.sh to /etc/acpi/sleep.sh.
> That seemed to have solved the issue.
> Now, I need to figure out how to hibernate.
I guess same thing. I use one of the pm-* (pm-suspend, pm-hybrid, etc) or,
else, s2* directly (s2disk, s2ram, s2both).
> Thank you for your help.
> On Tue, Jan 3, 2012 at 10:32, Ramon Diaz-Uriarte <rdiaz02 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Dear Eyal,
> > On Mon, 2 Jan 2012 11:03:44 -0500,Eyal Erez <oneself at gmail.com> wrote:
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> > > Hi,
> > > I'm using xmonad 0.10 with Ubuntu 11.10. I've switched to using SLiM and
> > > starting xmonad from my .xsession file.
> > > The problem is that I can't get power management to work. Meaning, that
> > > when I close my laptop lid, I would like the laptop to suspend, but not
> > if
> > > it is plugged in. I would also like to have a command (or key) to
> > suspend
> > > and hibernate my laptop.
> > I am no expert in this, but I understand that if acpi is working properly,
> > the daemon is running, etc, when you close the lid, for instance, the
> > appropriate behavior should be triggered. There are scripts under
> > /etc/acpi which might already do what you want (though I always end up
> > making changes to lid.sh).
> > Commands/keys: there might be specific keys in your laptop already, and
> > these might be working. For instance, they work just fine in my Asus eeepc
> > and my HP ProBook. Again, you can modify the appropriate scripts under
> > /etc/acpi to suit your needs.
> > Of course, if that does not work for you, you can always bind a specific
> > key combination to run a given script.
> > > In previous versions I would use the gnome-power-manager. However, that
> > > has seemed to disappear from the latest version of Ubuntu. Is there some
> > > way to get this back or some other power manager I need to use?
> > But, then, is the problem that you used to use gnome-power-manager, and
> > that is not working anymore? I have a vague recollection of having tried
> > to use that unsuccessfully a few years ago; using the support provided by
> > acpi et al. (for instance, packages acpi, acpi-support, acpi-fakekey in
> > Debian) directly seemed a lot simpler and more reliable.
> > Best,
> > R.
> > > Thank you,
> > > --
> > > *Eyal Erez <**oneself at gmail.com* <oneself at gmail.com>*>*
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> > Ramon Diaz-Uriarte
> > Department of Biochemistry, Lab B-25.
> > Facultad de Medicina (UAM)
> > Arzobispo Morcillo, 4
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> > Spain
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> > Email: rdiaz02 at gmail.com
> > ramon.diaz at iib.uam.es
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> *Eyal Erez <**oneself at gmail.com* <oneself at gmail.com>*>*
> There are 10 types of people, those who know binary and those who don't.
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Department of Biochemistry, Lab B-25.
Facultad de Medicina (UAM)
Arzobispo Morcillo, 4
Email: rdiaz02 at gmail.com
ramon.diaz at iib.uam.es
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