Gnome 3.2 - How can I completely disable Suspend?
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I've downloaded and installed from the openSUSE-based Gnome 3.2 live disk. Laptop model is Dell XPS M1330 Video is NVidia GeForce 8400M GS Kernel ver is 22.214.171.124-0.7-default x86_64 1 - Nouveau driver TANKS when system goes to suspend. Comes back with black screen and mouse pointer. Must ctrl-alt-backspace to reset X-server. 2 - NVidia driver repository driver ver 275.21 TANKS when system goes to suspend. Desktop comes back, but is completely frozen except for the mouse pointer. Must ctrl-alt-backspace to reset X-server. 3 - NVidia's latest driver ver 280.13 causes random lock-ups. Completely unusable. UPDATE: Also noticed that the wireless network adapter is unusable after attempting to resume from suspend, and the system's fan spins up during suspend transitions. I've experimented by uninstalling pm-utils; this has resulted in Gnome 3.2 menu replacing "Suspend" with "Power Off"; this also changes screen settings from "Suspend after" to "Turn off after". Once this time-limit is reached, Gnome becomes unresponsive and ctrl-alt-backspace is required. Why does this menu not have a "NEVER" option? This might be fine-and-dandy on a tablet, but these issues prevent me from using Gnome 3+ on any machines that I do work on... Thank you, Adam _______________________________________________ gnome-list mailing list gnome-list@xxxxxxxxx http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gnome-list
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