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Old 04-18-2006, 02:47 PM   #1
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problem : suspend to ram on Dock - d410 dell

I have a dell d410 with kubuntu dapper. I have a dock to put the laptop, so that I can use an external screen and keyboard. Everything works great, except for one little thing: when I have the acpi activated, my laptop suspends to ram when I close the lid, which is fine when it isn't on the dock. However, when it is, I would prefer to have my computer alive... Anybody had this problem? I'd like to keep the suspend-to-ram option when on the battery.


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