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Thread: Closing laptop lid in kdm login screen doesn't suspend to RAM

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    Question How to set power characteristics in KDM login screen?

    Power manager works fine when an user is logged in. I can set the desired profile characteristics with "Power Management" in "System Settings".

    The problem is when no user is logged in, i.e. in the KDE login screen (KDM). I cannot find how to set power characteristics for that screen. Especially, I'm interested in suspending to RAM the laptop when closing the lid.

    I've tried to set this feature as root (kdesudo systemsettings), but it seems that the login screen doesn't obbey the root settings.

    Does anybody know if this can be done and how?
    Last edited by melendro; December 29th, 2010 at 11:35 PM. Reason: More generic title

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