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It can't grab the Super+space key since gnome greedily monitors it for the dash. Actually no, it still sucks. It works great, except one minor thing - usually I'm using TrackPoint only and keep touchpad disabled. The T430s has a backlight that you can adjust. http://webcomputerrepair.com/sleep-mode/lenovo-t440-sleep-button.html

camerongray February 26, 2015 at 3:09 pm | Reply Thanks for pointing that out! Fingerprint reader, webcam, trackpad, acpi sleep and power buttons. GPM uses upower, which uses pm-suspend and pm-powersave. This is because I can run scripts before and after wakeup.

Lenovo T440 Sleep Mode Issue

About $1200 has a GPU and so on. Everything is set up perfectly and working fine in Windows 10 (UltraNav menu, all of it). They're a bit terse and I haven't really edited them.

It had great reviews in CES 2015 show, especially about the nearly bezel free screen. I opened the box for the first time myself. This may be related to the 30-second hangs just described, but the hang is much longer, sometimes 20 minutes or more, and it sometimes happens when not connected to the Internet. Can also get a touchscreen, but this is probably not as useful.

With the aid of telephone technical support in Atlanta, I restored my system, then attempted a piece-by-piece update instead of the failed automatic update. Lenovo Won't Wake Up From Sleep Acer Travelmate P645 series: is a business oriented laptop that's supposed to be good too. 256gb ssd, 8gb ram, Radeon gpu, Intel wifi and Matte hd screen. Did anyone else also experience this behaviour? I didn't even have to restart (although if you uninstall the card, Windows will detect it on reboot just the same).

If I got the 256GB ssd, the price jumps to about $1500. To the point that I've considered just putting the original trackpad back in (really don't want to do this). I had to go in and re-block the Synaptics drivers (and re-install the Alps ones) and it has worked fine since. I want to sync this across all systems My viminfo file is owned by root, so there were problems.

  1. Either with the power button, fingerprint reader, or anything, you hear the computer turn back on and start running, but it's like the screen never turns on or the system is
  2. Can also get a touchscreen with this one.
  3. But both methods require some fooling around with scaling.
  4. This problem is particularly widely reported. 3.
  5. After rebooting, the laptop sometimes finishes entering standby or hibernation as soon as I log in.
  6. No way to block installation of that specific driver.
  7. This guys says that you should use dbus to hibernate http://askubuntu.com/questions/1792/how-can-i-suspend-hibernate-from-command-line You could also try pmi action hibernate It works!
  8. My thinkpad-acpi module is showing up correctly.
  9. The icon sizes were fine, and if text size is increased (macs do not allow you to do this, but gnome does), things would work perfectly well.

Lenovo Won't Wake Up From Sleep

Other contenders: also consider the Dell Precision Series, which are workstation class, have great configurations, but are rather heavy. In fact, once you rerun grub-mkconfig from outside the chroot. Lenovo T440 Sleep Mode Issue If you do choose to go with the X1C, check out this article about using xrandr to get perfect pixel doubling in linux. How To Wake Up Lenovo Laptop From Sleep So maybe I could use my laptop at home with the monitor.

I'm probably going to make a new thread to find a solution to this, but since it came up. More about the author Ethernet is via a USB dongle. This scales the desktop by doubling pixels. They're saying that they were having problems when in gnome 3.10 (and some in 3.12). Lenovo Thinkpad Sleep Mode Problem

I think the 15.6″ laptops can definitely benefit from 2460 x 1440 without scaling. http://support.lenovo.com/us/en/products/laptops-and-netbooks/thinkpad-t-series-laptops/thinkpad-t450s Apparently there is a problem with the intel rapidstart option, and this should be disabled in the bios. It's about the same weight as the x230. check my blog See https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu-gnome/+bug/1386721 See Dawid Lorenz observations.

I also had to disconnect a few cables in the motherboard in order to be able to lift it. nexentt, Jul 18, 2010 #2 chupacabras Notebook Consultant Reputations: 57 Messages: 207 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 30 I've got a w510 and occasionally have the same problems, the thinklight, status Trackpoint buttons and trackpad simultaneously (apparently fixed with kernel >=3.19).

It's new and not refurbished and comes with a warranty.

A video review is also available. I wrote about issues with my Lenovo T60p laptop recently, and have made a guide to eliminate one of the most annoying problems I ever had with a PC: After standby, Matlab and others are more. I like this link more.

This makes me think there are some deep sleep states coming in to play after a set amount of inactivity.I've checked the power settings for what closing the lid will do, This works amazingly well. Cannot use whisker menu very easily, but there is an easy way to find applications and what not. news What happens is that grub_install rewrites the MBR to boot the bios_grub partition.

It might be best to go with a low-tech solution like netctl-auto. I installed the driver for Win7x64 (n10gx25w) and it seemed to work fine.