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    Default How to not to suspend when I close the lid of my laptop

    OS: openSUSE 13.1
    Desktop: GNOME
    Graphic card: HD6570
    CPU: i5 480M

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: How to not to suspend when I close the lid of my laptop

    Quote Originally Posted by sincos2007 View Post
    OS: openSUSE 13.1
    Desktop: GNOME
    Graphic card: HD6570
    CPU: i5 480M

    Thanks.
    I don't have GNOME, but perhaps it's similar to KDE where the setting is at
    Configure Desktop > Power Management > Energy Savings > On AC Power >
    Button events handling > When laptop lid is closed

    Change the setting to "Turn off screen".

    Hope that's helpful.
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    (The first computer I used had a punch card reader)

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    Default Re: How to not to suspend when I close the lid of my laptop

    Hi caprus,

    I run:

    gnomesu gnome-tweak-tool

    and do settings on
    When laptop lid is closed, but the setting do not take effect when I clode my laptop lid. The system still suspend when the laptop lid is closed.

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: How to not to suspend when I close the lid of my laptop

    On Fri 27 Jun 2014 06:36:01 AM CDT, sincos2007 wrote:


    Hi caprus,

    I run:

    gnomesu gnome-tweak-tool

    and do settings on *When laptop lid is closed*, but the setting do not
    take effect when I clode my laptop lid. The system still suspend when
    the laptop lid is closed.

    Thanks.


    Hi
    You don't use gnomesu, that will play with the root user account, just
    run the tweak tool as your user and adjust as required.

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