[arch-general] immediate sleep after resume

Leonidas Spyropoulos artafinde at gmail.com
Thu Nov 15 09:11:44 EST 2012

On 15 Nov 2012 13:52, "Genes MailLists" <lists at sapience.com> wrote:
> This started happening sometime after I switched to systemd (tho I am not
finger pointing).
> Upon resume - the laptop immediately sleeps - the second resume is fine.
> Not every time either. Fresh boot - sleep - resume cycle seems to work
>  Googling suggested putting this in /etc/systemd/login.conf
> LidSwitchIgnoreInhibited=no
> However this makes no sense to me - as surely systemd knows the
difference between the open and close lid events. The argument made was
that there was competition between kde and systemd to sleep/resume and this
would keep systemd from doing anything.
> Anyway - above makes no difference :-)
> Anyone have any ideas?
>   testing repo fully updated - using kde and systemd.
> gene/

Hmm I am having the same behaviour without testing repos enabled, up to
date, and with slim + xfce.
I am also using systemd.

It might have to do with the WiFi. Mine is a broadcom chip and
unfortunately i found only the closed source drivers work (wl).

I will try the suggested from Google config.


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