Description of problem:
The System/Suspend menu item appears correctly upon login, but after some time
it disappears. A logout and subsequent login makes it appear again.
Manually running pm-suspend from a terminal continues to work, but suspending on
laptop lid close does not.
At the same time it becomes impossible to change the desktop background - the
preferences window appears, but selecting a new background does not actually
make the desktop background change.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
I have no idea how to go about debugging this. I had an idea that it might the
session dbus that had died, but it appears to be running just fine. I don't know
what mechanisms are actually used to show the menu item and change the background.
Any ideas on other things I should try the next time the problem occurs?
Other things that stop working at the same time the Suspend menu item
disappears: the ability to change fonts and adding applets to the panel.
This is still happening with fully updated fc6t2. It seems to be happening if I
suspend from the menu, then wake the machine up, and then close the laptop lid.
Then is doesn't start the suspend process, and when I open the lid again there
is no longer a suspend option in the menu or logout window.
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is either no longer present in our current OS release, or
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