[ltp] tpctl --pm-resume-lid=disable doesn't work

Thomas Hood linux-thinkpad@linux-thinkpad.org
15 Jan 2003 10:58:48 +0100

On Wed, 2003-01-15 at 09:18, Christoph Schmitz wrote: 
> Is there any known way to reliably turn off the "resume-lid" setting?
> Using tpctl to do that looks liks this:
> $ tpctl --pm-resume-lid=disable
> tpctl: Resume on event l has been disabled
> power management resume events:         capability    current
>    lid-opening-initiated?:              Y             Y
> Looks like it says it has done it, but the bottom line indicates that 
> nothing happened.

tpctl's output indicidates that it was able to send
the SMAPI command to switch off "resume on lid open",
but that, indeed, this made no difference to the 
setting reported by SMAPI.  It appears that the feature
cannot be switched off on your machine.  I just tried
it on my ThinkPad 600X and found that I can't turn it
off either.  :(


Thomas Hood <jdthood2@yahoo.co.uk>

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