Laptop standby on Linux/Ubuntu
Among the factors I'm not presently on Ubuntu is that standby does not function well. It does among the fallowing:
- does not most likely to standby
- collisions on standby
- collisions on resume from standby
This took place on Ubuntu 7.04, 8.04 and also 8.10. I have not attempted 9.04 yet. I'm on a Dell Inspiron 17xx.
The inquiry is:
On what Linux circulation, that you make use of regularly for desktop computer applications, really did not you troubles with standby?
I have Dell Vostro 1400 (the old one). Standby and also hibernate resemble jobs great with 9.04. I have some troubles with earlier Ubuntu variations : after couple of hibernates laptop does not start up to OS. These standby and also hibernate troubles relies on your equipment. And also below can not be straight solution witch circulation you need to pick, due to the fact that it relies on your laptop.
Ubuntu functions penalty on my laptop with standby.
It seems like this trouble has something to do with the gnome power supervisor so my best choice is to either install a few other power supervisor (if that's feasible) or attempt to make use of KDE as window supervisor rather.
I have a Dell Vostro 1500, and also the Standby/ Hibernate assistance in Ubuntu 9.04 has actually been absolutely nothing except superb . Contrasted to Windows XP and also 7, it's light years much faster - certainly, your gas mileage might differ, yet contrasted to 8.10 it's been a desire.
I have actually made use of Ubuntu given that it first appeared on a couple of laptop computers.
- IBM Thinkpad T41
- IBM Thinkpad T42
- Dell Inspiron 1701 (I assume, 17" monstrosity)
- Dell Latitude D820
- Dell Inspiron 1526
I had suspend/resume troubles with the Thinkpad T41 and also the Latitude D820 throughout numerous variations. The Inspiron 1526 with variations 7.10 via 9.04 have actually functioned wonderful with suspend/resume.