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Join Date May Posts I checked that thread out and don’t find my answer. What’s the use case for this?
How to set what opening the lid does (windows 10)
However, I have to manually wake it up when opening the lid. Then I saved it.
Let us know how it goes. Sign up using Facebook. Sorry this didn’t help. Replacing the ACPI Lid device’s driver as described in this afpi is the only thing that has ever solved this problem for me.
[SOLVED] Laptop Lid problem – Tech Support Forum
We will wait for your response. If someone could provide additional detail that would be tremendously helpful. Did this solve your problem?
Michael Gall Replied on November 20, Not OP, bounty provider, but for me this is related to Gamestream. Don’t wake up on lid open Systemd is taking care of this. Hi Joseph, If your laptop supports waking with this particular device, there will be a Power Management tab available. Michael Gall Replied on December 1, Scott Sometimes, it’s a hardware switch – in which case, there might not be anything you can do about it short of physically removing the sensor responsible for it.
Add it to an Autostart folder.
[SOLVED] Laptop Lid problem
When you close the lid and your connected monitors turn off, with the Do Nothing option on, simply move your mouse to wake the extended monitors up.
We suggest that you get in touch with your computer manufacturer to load your BIOS to default, and reinstall its chipset. So changing that option as user in dconf-editor solved the problem for me:.
Michael Gall Replied on November 24, Don’t wake up on lid open Hi, thanks for the suggestion, but I’ve also tried that before already. It looks like this is a common lie for many users as far back as Ubuntu 11 — the only solution I could find is the below.
So what do I do now? Michael Gall Replied on November 19, I tried different version of the driver without any improvment. You can also change the option suspend to hibernate or poweroff Fix from Launchpad Bugcomment Further down the posts I came across a reference to a Gnome power manager bug: Hrm still does not work.
Secondly, what’s the videosystem. This worked for me, but I had to add the following: