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Hibernate / Lock not working #803

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JDECOMBE opened this Issue Feb 18, 2017 · 7 comments

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JDECOMBE commented Feb 18, 2017

Hi,
I've just install the Budgie Desktop on a fresh Archlinux installation and i can't hibernate / lock. I'm a bit of a newbie with arch ... :) Everythings else work. I'm using a grub to switch between my different os and i don't have any problem with them.
Did I do something wrong with the installation ? My logind.conf is set as default at the moment but i've try to uncomment the poweroffkeybutton line and set it to hibernate... In fact, the suspend function works fine.
On the top right of the screen, when i click on the power-management applet i have a list of options like suspend, hibernate, poweroff, reboot. All of them works except for Hibernate and Lock... Suspend doesn't lock my computer by the way.
Can you guys help me fixing the issue please ? :)
Thank you for reading all my paragraph and i apology for the language mistakes i should have made.

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ikeydoherty commented Feb 18, 2017

Do you have gnome-screensaver and lightdm installed & active?

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JDECOMBE commented Feb 18, 2017

I've just check and both of them are not in the systemctl -a command output. so I admit they are not installed or at least active. Should I install gnome-screensaver ?
When I type systemctl hibernate, i have this error : "Failed to hibernate system via logind: Sleep verb not supported"
Thanks for your replie by the way :)

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archevist commented Feb 18, 2017

@JDECOMBE. I also run Arch.

Suspend (to RAM) is working for me on default settings, no configs.

  1. First run pacman -Qs gnome-screensaver to see if it is installed, if no then run pacman -S to do so.

  2. For hibernation on Arch, are you sure to have followed? My hibernation is working but does not restore saved statue as I haven't configure kernel to restore state from swap partition.

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Power_management/Suspend_and_hibernate#Hibernation

I don't think it is Budgie issue.

Also see discussion in Ubuntu forums about systemctl hibernate:

https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2331899

EDITED: Fixed paraphrases.

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JDECOMBE commented Feb 18, 2017

I may have misunderstood what is hibernation. I've read your link. I think all i want is a suspend + lock functionnality. But i can't even lock with the system applet ... I've intalled the gnome-screensaver what is it supposed to be ? Thanks for you replies

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CameronNemo commented Feb 18, 2017

Is light-locker also supported in place of gnome-screensaver?

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JDECOMBE commented Feb 18, 2017

I'm sorry i didn't understood what you meant to say :/ I've installed xscreensaver to lock my computer as the default actino isn't working (rip) but it doesn't automatically lock my computer when i close the laptop :/ just suspend. I'm sorry for being a bit of a pain in the backside by not understanding much of what's happening xD

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JDECOMBE commented Feb 18, 2017

It's okay everythings work xD I've just forget to reboot my computer after installeing gone-screensaver xDDDD Thanks everybody for yopur help i'll close the issue :)

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