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Re: [opensuse] Closing the lid of the laptop does not activate the power functions
* Lívio Cipriano <lcmail4lists@xxxxxxxxx> [06-04-17 11:58]:
On domingo, 4 de junho de 2017 11:33:35 WEST Jan Ritzerfeld wrote:
systemd-inhibit --
list

Thanks Jan

lcipriano@hp:~> systemd-inhibit --
Who: Screen Locker (UID 1000/lcipriano, PID 2524/ksmserver)
What: sleep
Why: Ensuring that the screen gets locked before going to sleep
Mode: delay

Who: NetworkManager (UID 0/root, PID 1986/NetworkManager)
What: sleep
Why: NetworkManager needs to turn off networks
Mode: delay

Who: PowerDevil (UID 1000/lcipriano, PID 2591/org_kde_powerde)
What: handle-power-key:handle-suspend-key:handle-hibernate-key:handle-lid-
switch
Why: KDE handles power events
Mode: block

Looks that the problem it's on PowerDevil no?

yes, *no*. appears systemd-inhibit is actually blocking powerdevil because
kde is set to handle power events. isn't that what you want? do you have
kde set to <your-power-choice> when you close the lid?

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