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Thread: replace suspend in power settings with shutdown

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    Smile replace suspend in power settings with shutdown

    I know that this has been discussed in a few general themes but I've still not found the solution. Using 13.10 on a desktop, and the only choice in power settings is "suspend when idle for (setting) minutes". All I want to do is change "suspend" to "shutdown" ... i.e. I want it to shutdown completely after a operator set number of minutes being idle. Is there and easy way to make this change or add it as an option to the power settings?

    Thanks

    J

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    Re: replace suspend in power settings with shutdown

    Bump!

    180 people have viewed this questions, so there seems to be a lot of interest. Anyone at all got any suggestions? I don't see why this choice is not offered as a default anyway.

    Thanks

    J

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