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GNOME 3.6 released

GNOME 3.6 released

Posted Sep 28, 2012 17:44 UTC (Fri) by mclasen@redhat.com (subscriber, #31786)
In reply to: GNOME 3.6 released by pbonzini
Parent article: GNOME 3.6 released

> But how do I suspend a laptop when it has an attached display? Closing the lid won't do, and I don't think I can log out first, can't I?

There's a setting for overriding the default behaviour on lid-close with external monitors attached:

gsettings set org.gnome.settings-daemon.plugins.power lid-close-suspend-with-external-monitor true

Or, if you prefer, gnome-tweak-tool has a switch for this.


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GNOME 3.6 released

Posted Oct 1, 2012 6:33 UTC (Mon) by pbonzini (subscriber, #60935) [Link]

I know, I contributed that patch. But I don't think gnome-tweak-tool is the right place for something that all Mac OS X users expect.

GNOME 3.6 released

Posted Oct 2, 2012 21:12 UTC (Tue) by mathstuf (subscriber, #69389) [Link]

Heh, that's the first thing I sought to disable on the Mac I got and there's nowhere to do so (had to install a kernel patch thing). They have no switch for it. Having it in g-t-t is orders of magnitude better than installing something which twiddles the kernel.

GNOME 3.6 released

Posted Oct 3, 2012 7:27 UTC (Wed) by pbonzini (subscriber, #60935) [Link]

Oh, I totally agree that g-t-t is better than kernel patching. :)


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