Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 243970
permission to suspend denied when at tty1 rather than in X
Last modified: 2013-03-05 22:51:07 EST
Description of problem: When I'm at tty1 and I press my laptop's suspend key,
gnome-power-manager says I shouldn't be able to suspend, and prevents it from
happening (see bug 243969 for problems this causes). It shouldn't prevent me
from suspending: I'm at the machine.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
How reproducible: Once.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Press Ctrl-Alt-F1 to go to tty1
2. Press laptop suspend key (Fn-F4)
Actual results: Permission to suspend denied:
Jun 13 04:48:08 ridley gnome-power-manager: (dbaron) Suspending computer because
the suspend button has been pressed
Jun 13 04:48:09 ridley gnome-power-manager: (dbaron) Permission denied: Not in
active session code='32' quark='g-exec-error-quark'
Jun 13 04:48:09 ridley gnome-power-manager: (dbaron) Resuming computer
plus the mess described in bug 243969.
Expected results: Laptop suspends.
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