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Old 02-13-2007, 12:09 AM   #1
yardbikebob
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Registered: Feb 2006
Location: Kansas City, MO
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UI Menu action on "Suspend" (FC6)


FC6 up and running fine.

Short version:

When I click the 'suspend' button on the menu the machine rolls over and sleeps RIGHT NOW! But how to 'unsuspend'?

Longer version:

Top menu is Application - Places - System. Under System, just above the (bottom) "Shut Down" button is one labeled "Suspend". It works fine.

However, I don't know how to 'unsuspend'. Hitting random keys or rolling the mouse don't do it. This is a (very old) standard keyboard on a new desktop (ASUS M2N-MX).

If I can't figure out how to 'unsuspend' then I need to disable the 'suspend' button and haven't found that either (alacarte lacks the stuff under the separator under system.)

TIA!
 
  


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