[Pkg-acpi-devel] Bug#752266: systemd: laptop powers down on resume when suspended via power/suspend button
biebl at debian.org
Sun Jun 22 20:00:22 UTC 2014
reassign 752266 acpi-support-base
forcemerge 738696 752266
Am 22.06.2014 21:45, schrieb Brainslug:
> Hi Michael,
> thanks for the quick reply. Indeed, the acpi-support-base package was
> installed and after removing it the system seems to be behaving
> normally, i.e. it properly resumes when suspended via power button. Thanks!
Ok, thanks for testing. Re-assigning to acpi-support-base and merging
with the existing bug report.
This issue has been fixed in the acpi-support-base package in unstable
and should reach testing in a few day.
> I don't know much (yet) about systemd, just switched over a few days
> ago, but now I'm wondering if it makes sense to uninstall all the acpi
> stuff - is all of acpi's functionality now being handled by systemd, or
> is there a good reason to keep acpi(d) installed on my system? And
> related to this question, what about laptop-mode-tools?
If you simply want to handle the power events like lid switch etc and
suspend, poweroff or hibernate, you don't need acpi-support-base and you
can safely uninstall it.
As for laptop-mode-tools, I generally don't bother installing that
package on my laptop.
> Is there any good debian documentation of systemd that answers some of
> the basic questions for users?
There is a *lot* of documentation. It's hard to say what you are
interested in. You might have a look at
and start with the "The systemd for Administrators Blog Series".
This is also very useful for regular users.
Why is it that all of the instruments seeking intelligent life in the
universe are pointed away from Earth?
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