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Thread: Power Button Behavior

  1. #1
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    Power Button Behavior

    I have Lubuntu running on a custom touch panel. The panel has an Intel Atom N270 motherboard. I would like to be able to power off the panel by doing a short press of the panel's power button. This works OK when Windows is installed on the same hardware. Using the screen power icon works OK.

    I have installed the acpi functionality. The powerbtn and powerbtn.sh files are there. I can find no place to configure the behavior of the machine's power button.

  2. #2
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    Re: Power Button Behavior

    Fixed by switching to Xubuntu. Power button works on this build.

  3. #3
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    Re: Power Button Behavior

    Iam using Ubuntu 12.04, I changed the 'powerbtn.sh' script, but for some reason it still shows the default Ubuntu Power shutdown dialogue with the 5 option buttons. How do I change this? Changing an OS for the sake of this does not seem wise.

    Thanks in Advance

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