I've recently been experimenting with openSUSE 11.3 and LXDE on my EEE netbook.
One thing that's tripped me up though is power management...
specifically Suspend to RAM when I close the laptop lid. I have not
been able to find any LXDE way to manage or set this. So far, the
on;y way I've found to manage suspend to RAM was to install the Gnome
Power management which then pulls in most of Gnome.
Is there a "right" way to deal with things like setting up and using
Suspend to RAM with LXDE? Have I missed something?
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