ACPID scripts only work when restart acpid from terminal
I have an ACPI script to turn off my screen when I close the lid on my laptop. This however doesn't work unless I open a terminal window and restart ACPID. If I then leave the terminal window open and hit the close lid button, the screen turns off great, however after I close the terminal, it no longer works. If I restart ACPID from the services applet in the menu, it says it restarts, but the script doesn't run.
Any help would be greatly appreciated..
I have the same problem. Can anyone please help? Thanks!
this thread should not be left unanswered, it may help others..
anyway. i have the same problem with xcompmgr through acpid..
i want to turn off xcompmgr when i plug-out my ac-adapter.
when acpid starts from startup scripts or rc's on BOOT. that process would be running in root or in a virtual terminal. after logging in then "startx", i would open a terminal then restart acpid
$ sudo /etc/rc.d/rc.acpid restart
then the rc.acpid must be running inside X now not in the virtual terminal where it started in bootup.
the xcompmgr now works as what i wanted.. but i have to restart the acpid after opening a terminal "inside x".
i already tried restarting acpid through a virtual terminal, then the xcompmgr won't work again if i plug-out my ac-adapter. i can't think of any work around for this so i posted, anyone?
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