Not sure this is the correct forum to ask this question, but i'm having a heck of time figuring out how to remove the suspend options in the leave menu of kde5 plasma. I'm finding a lot of varying information about polkit stuff which i haven't worked with before, but everything I've tried...
I'm using FreeBSD 13 with KDE on a Thinkpad T460.
When I wake up the laptop from suspend by opening the lid, I briefly see the login screen, before the screen goes fully black with a message saying: "Screen lock is broken" then something to the extend that I should switch to a different VT to...
It's frequently necessary to force off a computer (HP EliteBook 8570p, sometimes docked) when an attempt to suspend fails, with these messages from kernel:
pcm3: unregister: mixer busy
pcm3: Waiting for sound application to exit!
I subscribe to this bug...
acpiconf -s 3
The callback function in the driver is invoked as expected. However, free IRQ vector is failing with the following message and ending with a reboot.
$ sysctl hw.acpi.supported_sleep_state
hw.acpi.supported_sleep_state: S3 S4 S5
Description of the issue: Once the system was suspended and resumed by a normal user, it cannot be suspended again without root, due to a permission error. At first suspending and resuming work. I experience the same issue on two computers made by Lenovo.
The issue can also be...
Testing with 12.2-BETA1, acpiconf -s 3 does not come back with any video. I was not using X, it's just the regular, non-framebuffer console. Thinkpad R400.
Any ideas on what I should try? Should I open a bug report?
The FreeBSD Wiki says:
The FreeBSD Manual explains Suspend/Resume and mentions S4BIOS and S4OS, but doesn't tell any more.
So I assume this is still valid, no Suspend-to-Disk (STD/S4OS) available in FreeBSD?
I have already tried, acpiconf -s 4 seemingly puts my laptop into hibernation, but...
Interestingly I have been struck by the same issue that is always only referenced for ThinkPad users, although I don't have a ThinkPad but a Clevo N130WU (which is quite a common laptop known around the world under different brands).
I could only get resume from suspend-to-RAM working by first...
Hello, after upgrade to 11.2 my laptop can't suspend. In fact, laptop suspends, but then, imediately resumes automaticaly.
Jun 27 00:19:05 pf-bsd kernel: uhub1: at usbus1, port 1, addr 1 (disconnected)
Jun 27 00:19:05 pf-bsd kernel: ugen1.2: <vendor 0x8087 product...
$ grep -i acpi /boot/loader.conf
Not effective. I guess, because hw.acpi.power_button_state is a sysctl variable but not a loader tunable; acpi.
Is there a way to have the button suspend by default?