Also with fresh install of the F20 - lid or any other systemd pm actions just do not work. I am doing sudo pm-suspend from the console which works but awkward for the feature that had been working since ages.
Systemd may be trying to do something, as after lid is closed, all the windows are placed somewhere outside the desktop, and only knowing the Alt+F7 hotkey it is possible to drag them back. Pretty nasty - since that bogus location is memorized and happily resored after reboot.
The latter may be a different bug, but I dunno how to trigger it without lid action.
+++ This bug was initially created as a clone of Bug #1039364 +++
Description of problem:
I Upgraded Fedora 19 to Fedora 20 using FedUp. Then, I updated Fedora 20. On gnome-tweak-tools I have no options for actions when closing laptop lid. Also, there's no options on general settings for this issue. When I close the laptop lid the screen stays on.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Update Fedora19 to Fedora 20 using FedUp.
2. Close laptop lid. Check the screen.
3. Verify power managment options in tweak tools and power general settings .
Screen is always on.
No actions to take in power settings.
Suspend (or other actions) when closing the laptop lid.
Have options when setting the general power managment.
--- Additional comment from Rodrigo Paz on 2013-12-10 00:56:37 EST ---
(In reply to Rodrigo Paz from comment #0)
> Description of problem:
> I Upgraded Fedora 19 to Fedora 20 using FedUp. Then, I updated Fedora 20. On
> gnome-tweak-tools I have no options for actions when closing laptop lid.
> Also, there's no options on general settings for this issue. When I close
> the laptop lid the screen stays on.
> Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
> How reproducible:
> Steps to Reproduce:
> 1. Update Fedora19 to Fedora 20 using FedUp.
> 2. Close laptop lid. Check the screen.
> 3. Verify power managment options in tweak tools and power general settings .
> Actual results:
> Screen is always on.
> No actions to take in power settings.
> Expected results:
> Suspend (or other actions) when closing the laptop lid.
> Have options when setting the general power managment.
> Additional info:
Problems persist after upgrading kernel and apps enabling updates-testing repo
--- Additional comment from Rodrigo Paz on 2013-12-20 21:42:55 EST ---
I didn't know that 'suspend on closed lid' action settings will be off when going from F19 to F20, and the default behavior will be 'suspend'. Nevertheless, the automatic suspend action never worked in my laptop after upgrading and updating.
It is so annoying when I think that after upgrading from F19 using FedUp in my office, I closed the laptop lid, I packed it in my backpack and when I arrived home the laptop temperature was around 105C (220F). I almost lost my laptop because of a probably silly bug.
I these days I tried several approaches and nothing worked.
--- Additional comment from Giuseppe Castagna on 2014-02-08 12:00:51 EST ---
I agree it is very annoying that there is no setting for laptop lid. I would like to suspend the laptop if on battery and ignore the close-lid when plugged in.
Just as a temporary fix, have you tried to edit
hope it helps
--- Additional comment from Rodrigo Paz on 2014-02-08 15:28:29 EST ---
thanks for your hint.
I tried your approach on every update since I posted the bug and it never worked. I started to think that probably it is a problem with the ati videocard driver, but it seems that nobody cares about this.
--- Additional comment from Ingo Weiss on 2014-04-30 02:29:09 EDT ---
Hi Giuseppe, thanks for the tip. I worked.
If someone is wondering, this is what I get when running gnome-tweak-tool from the console:
--- ~ » gnome-tweak-tool
INFO : GSettings missing key org.gnome.settings-daemon.plugins.power (key lid-close-battery-action)
INFO : GSettings missing key org.gnome.settings-daemon.plugins.power (key lid-close-ac-action)
INFO : GSettings missing key org.gnome.settings-daemon.plugins.power (key lid-close-suspend-with-external-monitor)
WARNING : Error loading desktopfile: /home/ihoffmann/.config/autostart/xfce4-volumed.desktop
INFO : GSettings missing key org.gnome.nautilus.desktop (key computer-icon-visible)
addition: when lid is closed, all virtual desktops from the gnome shell are gone; windows still exist but are put outside of the screen. The system gets unusable because of that - and may be relevant to something in gnome-shell too.
I have laptop connected to external monitor and can't suspend with closing the lid as I was used to.
Please change bug to Fedora 20 because this issue is still live and kicking in current Fedora 20 with all updates applied.
ps. is there a fix for this behaviour? How can I suspend my laptop even with external monitor attached?
After almost a year I hardly learned that they don't care about this problem. Also, I figured out that my laptop's power management issues are related to the AMD gpu/video card and Fedora 20 philosophy.
My felling is we (users/buyers) are AMD/Fedora's hostages.
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