suspend/resume problem 9.10 - resume throws reboot

Asked by Roger Denison on 2009-11-07

Suspend/Resume worked perfectly with 9.04.
Having installed 9.10 (fresh install or upgrade), suspend behaves normally, but pressing the power button throws a reboot instead of resuming.

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2009-11-07
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2009-11-07
Shashank Sahni (shredder12) said : #1

go to power->management
and select the general tab..
what's the option selected for "press power button"
changing it might solve the problem..

Roger Denison (roger-denison) said : #2

Press power button was 'ask me'. (it didn't).
Changed it to 'suspend'. Behaviour just the same - it suspends just fine, but resume throws a reboot every time.
9.04 was fine, so why has it been changed?

Shashank Sahni (shredder12) said : #3

Actually I don't think that the "press power button" config was for
suspend scenarios. It is supposed to take the mentioned action when user
session is active (not in a suspended state). So, I suppose that this
is working fine.
We are probably not looking in the right place..

Roger Denison wrote:
> Question #89039 on Ubuntu changed:
> https://answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+question/89039
>
> Status: Answered => Open
>
> Roger Denison is still having a problem:
> Press power button was 'ask me'. (it didn't).
> Changed it to 'suspend'. Behaviour just the same - it suspends just fine, but resume throws a reboot every time.
> 9.04 was fine, so why has it been changed?
>
>

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