Description of problem:
At the moment, gnome-power-manager will allow other applications to prevent a
suspend/hibernate. It should not, or at least it should never allow an
application to inhibit either a user-initiated or critical low power
Failure to suspend means that, for example, a laptop will ignore a lid-close
suspend event, and sit inside a bag busily getting hot until it runs out of
batteries (or worse).
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Run something like PackageKit to do an update
2.Attempt to suspend
A message saying that PackageKit has an uninterruptible transaction and suspend
If an application really can't deal with being suspended, it should cancel
whatever its doing ASAP and allow the suspend to continue.
Yup, it's surely a bug in g-p-m if it doesn't suspend on things like lid-close
even if it's inhibited. There's been a bunch of discussion about this in the
past. Richard, please fix this.
Changing version to '9' as part of upcoming Fedora 9 GA.
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