Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 863959
Sleep signal while shutting down should be ignored
Last modified: 2013-04-12 18:49:57 EDT
Description of problem:
While shutting down, if I take off the charger and close the lid of my laptop, it goes to sleep instead of shutting down. Next time I try to open it again, the shutdown process is continues from where it stopped.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Any reason that would generate a "sleep" signal while shutting down would probably cause that.
Steps to Reproduce (at least with a laptop):
1.Choose to shutdown system.
2.Remove charger and close lid (make sure that the power options are such that this would cause a "sleep" to be sent)
Laptop goes to sleep during shutdown.
Laptop should ignore sleep and shutdown normally.
I am using the KDE spin of F17.
Fixed in git.
The fix is in F18 (at least in the version that's currently in updates-testing). At this point not much effort will be spent on systemd in F17. Only fixes for severe bugs can be expected.