Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 851887
KDE Logout does not Suspend to RAM/Disk
Last modified: 2015-07-13 13:35:30 EDT
Description of problem:
When one leaves a KDE session, pressing the leave button opens a drop-down menu that offers 2 options: suspend to RAM and suspend to Disk. These options can no longer, in kde-4.9, be activated.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Try to log out and suspend the computer.
Steps to Reproduce:
Suspend (to RAM) used to work in 4.8.
I can't reproduce.
Are you saying the sleep (suspend to ram) and hibernate (suspend to disk) options aren't selectable (gray'd out) or that clicking does nothing?
(In reply to comment #1)
> Are you saying the sleep (suspend to ram) and hibernate (suspend to disk)
> options aren't selectable (gray'd out) or that clicking does nothing?
I am saying that when I press and hold the 'turn off computer' button and the suspend options appear, I can move the pointer down over them and each, in turn, greys out, but clicking either does absolutely nothing. Only the very top option, 'turn off computer', has any effect.
I can reproduce, the items are highlighted (sort of) but can't be activated :/
The issue has been already fixed in upstream. I was able to reproduce it, but after updating to latest HEAD it works.
Ok, explains why I couldn't reproduce, I used the non-qml kickoff->leave->(sleep|hibernate) as a test.
Sorry, I was referring to incorrect commit. The actual fix is here:
Will be shipped in KDE 4.9.1.
That explains it. Both of my computers are affected. Guess I'll have to be patient for 4.9.1 (which can't be that long off).
I will add it to our git and issue an update
Fixed in kde-workspace-4.9.0-6.fc18