I don't exactly recall when this happened, since my I've been running Statler on my Aspire One netbook for a few months, but the sleep button vanished from the logout dialog (Super+x). The remaining options are: reboot, shutdown, log out and hibernate. What bothers me is that sleep worked pretty well on this system and now it's gone.
That's pretty much it, the only thing I have to complain about this wonderful distro.
Last edited by borgos (2012-10-04 22:29:32)
Oops, I guess it was called suspend, but it's still gone!
I lately had an issue where pm-utils was autoremoved.
Could it be something like this in your case?
Edit: Can you
via the terminal?
Last edited by unfugr (2012-10-05 12:25:28)
pm-suspend worked normally.
You can edit the cb-exit script easily.
In First def-part:
... self.suspend.set_sensitive(False) ...
Between the other "def" 's:
... def suspend_action(self,btn): self.disable_buttons() self.status.set_label("Suspending, please standby...") os.system("cb-lock") os.system("dbus-send --system --print-reply --dest=\"org.freedesktop.UPower\" /org/freedesktop/UPower org.freedesktop.UPower.Suspend") gtk.main_quit() ...
... and between the #xyz button - parts
... #Suspend button self.suspend = gtk.Button("_Suspend") self.suspend.set_border_width(4) self.suspend.connect("clicked", self.suspend_action) self.button_box.pack_start(self.suspend) self.suspend.show() ...
Mine looks like this:
T420s - i5-2520M, 4+4 GB Ram, 64 GB mSATA SSD, #! Linux