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Re: thinkpad-acpi: fn-f4 issues

Am Mittwoch, 26. Januar 2011, 22:09:40 schrieben Sie:
> xev logs attached (XF86Sleep and XF86Hibernate are mentioned)
> Is this worth a bug report on opensuse?

There is already one, I once tried pushing that but this really didn't got 
anything going, this would need a proper default setting in KDE anyways.
For now you can just set the keys yourself, maybe check out bugs.kde.org for 
powerdevil related default keys.


> Am 25.01.2011 22:31, schrieb Karsten König:
> > Am Dienstag, 25. Januar 2011, 22:05:03 schrieb Dominik Kopp:
> >> Hi,
> >> 
> >> I have also a X100e and the Fn-F4 (suspend-to-memory) and Fn-F12
> >> (suspend-to-disk) are not working. (no effect at all)
> > 
> > opensuse doesn't register XF86Sleep for sleep mode, the key should be
> > registered as such.
> > You can check with xev and hit fn+f4 and watch the output, fn+f12 should
> > be XF86Hibernate.
> > 
> > 
> > Regards,
> > Karsten

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