Disable suspend by default

Asked by Torsten Martinsen on 2011-10-17

Suspend and hibernate have been broken for years now, and since Ubuntu does not want to include Tux on Ice (where hibernation just works), I think it is a very bad idea to e.g. have the 'close lid' action set to Suspend.

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Hi, follow this:
http://linuxexpresso.wordpress.com/2010/05/09/disable-suspend-and-hibernate-ubuntu/

It works on Ubuntu 11.10 too with the Ubuntu 10.04 method

Torsten Martinsen (bullestock) said : #2

Enrico: Yes, I'm aware of that. But my suggestion is to disable it *by default* in an out-of-the-box Ubuntu install.

Oh sorry, I haven't read well. But this haven't sense. The suspend work for me and for many other users. Why remove it?

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