I installed LXDE from the factory iso (01/09/14) on an Acer C710 (Seabios).
I think its a problem (bug maybe?) with OpenSUSE, as I don’t have this with any other distro.
It seems that the power manager can handle the suspend/poweroff when I assign one of these options to the powerbutton, but when I
choose the “Ask” option, nothing is happening. It supposed to display the lxsession-logout when I set the option “Ask”.
Thank you in advance for any ideas…
just to update
I can see that the xfce4-power-manager can read the state of the power-button, but does nothing …
TRACE[xfpm-button.c:118] xfpm_button_filter_x_events(): Key press: ((XfpmButtonKey) BUTTON_POWER_OFF)
TRACE[xfpm-manager.c:281] xfpm_manager_button_pressed_cb(): Received button press event: ((XfpmButtonKey) BUTTON_POWER_OFF)
TRACE[xfpm-manager.c:312] xfpm_manager_button_pressed_cb(): Shutdown request : : ((XfpmShutdownRequest) XFPM_ASK)
On 2014-09-07 18:06, xotto wrote:
> I installed LXDE from the factory iso (01/09/14) on an Acer C710
Please, ask a moderator to move your post to the Beta forum (aka
factory) here. Just use the triangle button below to report.
Cheers / Saludos,
Carlos E. R.
(from 13.1 x86_64 “Bottle” at Telcontar)
This will be moved to Pre-release/Beta and is CLOSED for the moment.
Moved from Laptop and open again.
My mistake guys, apologies that I did not start this thread on the correct area.
BTW, I just noticed today that the power button worked as supposed, but this happens only after I leave the laptop powered off for a long time.
So, if I do a restart/shutdown and boot again, I have the same problem, just to repeat again that I am 100% sure its a problem with the openSUSE,
as I just quick-installed another distro on an alternative HDD and no issues from the lxde. Could be a bug with the upowerd?
I think its a bug with the LXDE, as I installed the xfce and the powerbutton works like I want.