I just bought a Logitech V470 bluetooth mouse. It's no problem to let it work under Koala 9.10 (gnome), but after shutdown/standby/sleep, it doesn't work anymore. With my USB mouse, I have to click the bluetooth icon and select 'switch off bluetooth'. After that, I click 'switch on bluetooth' and bluetooth works again. I thought switching on and off bluetooth with the applet is the same as 'sudo /etc/init.d/bluetooth start/stop', but it isn't! The previous command greyes out/in the bluetooth icon, but it doesn't resume my bluetooth. If 'sudo /etc/init.d/bluetooth restart' would work, I would be able to add this line into /etc/pm/sleep.d, so it's automatically loaded on resume.
Gigabyte GA-B85N Motherboard with Intel HD4600 Graphics / Intel Core i5 4440 CPU OS: Debian GNU/Linux 7 (wheezy) / Linux msc001 3.2.0-4-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 3.2.60-1+deb7u3 x86_64 GNU/Linux
I've installed KDE and when I go standby everything seems ok, but when I resume the monitor does not respond (the power indicator is flashing so there is no signal being presented thru the HDMI cable). Note that the system is still running as I can Alt-F2 (quick task/find), select Terminal and enter sudo-reboot without the screen. So it is just the hdmi signal that is not being recreated/refreshed properly.
I've included the suspend log (/var/log/pm-suspend.log):
Code: Select allInitial commandline parameters: Sat Oct 4 13:22:54 BST 2014: Running hooks for suspend. Running hook /usr/lib/pm-utils/sleep.d/000kernel-change suspend suspend:
Running Opensuse 11.1 on an HP laptop. When I resume from hibernation or standby, I usually have to wait for about a minute for the wireless card to find my router. Is there any way to speed up this time to connect process ?
Interestingly when I boot from cold, the wireless connection is most times ready to go as soon as the boot has finished. So just wondering how I can make things quicker for resume from standby or hibernation
Is there a setting to auto-resume stopped printers? I believe to remember that the CUPS configuration file had an option for setting a time interval to retry and restart printers, but I cannot find it any more, nor something similar in the [URL] dialogues. We have an old ink jet connected by USB to a laptop docking station, which is used by my wife and myself. Currently, we always have to go to the CUPS page after docking and resume the printer manually, whenever we "scheduled" a printing job while being undocked. (Yes, I do have a dedicated box that could also act as a convenient print server, allowing us printing over the local wireless network, but after rearranging our living spaces, I am not allowed to place the printer within an USB-cable's length next to that box. it's complicated.
I have a number of videos I watch where I zoom/change aspect ratios due to the small size. I also want the player to have an auto resume feature, ie, if I stop watching a movie at 30 mins and go to play it tomorrow, it's exactly where I left off. Dragon Player has the resume feature but not the zoom/resize/aspect options. Do you know of a good quality movie player that has both? VLC is preferred but it doesn't auto-resume and the bookmarks are broken.
I recently fixed an annoying problem and I thought it would be nice to share my solution here. The problem was that after a cycle of suspend/resume, Network Manager would only auto-connect to the same network as it was previously connected to. So, for example, if I suspended my laptop at home, and then I went to school and resumed it, it would try to connect to the home network, and then just give up. It would not connect to the school network unless I explicitly told it to.irst, I'll describe the fix. If you're having this problem, you can this. Copy the following:
I am happily using SSH's X11-forwarding to run some applications and then the connection was disconnected. Running ps ax from a new SSH connection shows that the applications are still running. How do I "resume" or recover the GUI for the applications to prevent data lost?
How can I resume a stopped job in Linux? I was using emacs and accidentally hit ctrl-z which blasted me back to the console. I can see it when I type 'jobs' [*****]$ jobs + Stopped emacs test_queue.cpp
When I left work yesterday I left vim open with the files I was working on. I'm working from home today, so I VPN'ed in and when I go to edit those same files, I get the warning that there's another current vim session open with those files. I know I could just force logout my other user, but that would kill the existing vim session. I think my changes would all be saved in the .swp file. Instead, is it possible for me to take that existing vim session and open it with my second login? That way it would for sure preserve all my changes, and I wouldn't have to open all the same tabs again.
I have to transfer large amounts of data (>80 GB) over ssh using rsync. Everything is working fine, but the DSL connection where the backup data is sent from will drop once every 24h for up to 3 minutes (switching providers is not an option).
How do I:
Automatically restart the transfer when the connection is back up? Make sure there are not by accident two rsync commands running at the same time?
I was trying to get this feature: wake up my htpc from s3 with my remote control and the solution is to modify /proc/acpi/wakeup and a descriptor in /sys. Here are the details: I'm using a Microsoft IR receiver for MCE remote that appears as dev 2 of bus 2 in lsusb
root@htpc:~# lsusb Bus 005 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub Bus 004 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub Bus 003 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub Bus 002 Device 002: ID 0471:0815 Philips (or NXP) eHome Infrared Receiver Bus 002 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub Bus 001 Device 006: ID 045e:0714 Microsoft Corp. Bus 001 Device 005: ID 045e:0715 Microsoft Corp. Bus 001 Device 004: ID 045e:0707 Microsoft Corp. Wireless Laser Mouse 8000 Bus 001 Device 003: ID 045e:070c Microsoft Corp. Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub....
That's USB0 I have to enabled, why not usb 1 or 2 (bus 2 in lsusb)? Moreover why are all the disabled/enabled preceded with a star and S4 and not S3 mentioned? Nevertheless that wasn't enough to get it work. I looked in gconf-editor in apps/gnome-power-manager/general but I have no can-suspend or something similar... (I'm running on 10.10, with 10.04 I could suspend only once, afterwards the computer didn't go to suspend, just black screen then login screen). So I looked in /sys/ and found that 'cat /sys/bus/usb/devices/2-1/power/wakeup' (notice the 2.1 as bus 2 device 2 (0,1,...) gave 'disabled' so a echo enabled > /sys/bus/usb/devices/2-1/power/wakeup and now I can wake-up with the remote when I want.
What I don't understand: Why USB0 in /proc/acpi/wakeup ? Why have to change in /proc and /sys ? Is it possible to automate this to get it work even if I change the usb port the receiver is plugged in ?
After suspending my laptop, and then resuming the screen has black and white jagged wide zig zags across the screen. I can move the mouse and login fine, it's just the graphics are all screwed up. Has anyone had this problem before? Is this X? Is it a driver issue, my info is in my sig.
I want to copy a big file from my harddrive to a removable drive by rsync. For some other reason, the operation cannot complete in a single run. So I am trying to figure out how to use rsync to resume file copying from where was left last time.
I have tried use the option --partial or --inplace, but together with --progress, I found rsync with --partial or --inplace actually starts from the beginning instead of from what was left last time. Mannually early stopping rsync and checking the size of the received file also confirm what I found.
But with --append, rsync starts from what was left last time. I am confused as I saw on the manpage --partial, --inplace or --append seem to relate to resuming copying from what was left last time. Is someone able to explain their difference? Why --partial or --inplace do not work for resuming copying? Is it true that for resuming copying, rsync has to work with option --append?
Also if a partial file was left by mv or cp not by rsync, will rsync --append correctly resume the file copying?
I have printer in CUPS that due driver problems (hp 1010) form time to time goes into pause. I would like to write a shell script that will be once per hour resuming printer in cups.But I have no idea after googling for couple of minutes how to resume printer from shell command line.
Maybe some torrent client for Linux can understand the metadata generated by a Windows client. Or maybe there is a Web/Desktop client that works in both systems. Is there any way to do that?I use uTorrent for Windows, and I haven't used any torrent client on my Ubuntu 11.04 yet. But if the solution uses other client for Windows, it will work for me.
I have used wget to try to download a big file. After several hours I realized that it would have been better to use a download accelerator. I would not like to discard the significant portion that wget has already downloaded. Do you know of any download accelerator that can resume this partial download?
I'm running Debian Squeeze on a Dell Studio 1558 laptop, and I have my laptop set to suspend when my lid is closed. Resuming from suspend seems to work but the screen remains blank, forcing me to hard reboot every time. Upon reading this thread
Code: Tue Jun 21 23:07:12 AKDT 2011: performing suspend Tue Jun 21 23:07:28 AKDT 2011: Awake.
I'm about at wit's end trying to figure out how to get Fedora 10 (can't go upgrade past that version, due to no more support for the integrated Radeon S300 graphics) on my HP Media Center desktop to resume after suspend- or to disable suspend, or anything that will prevent the computer from hanging after a period of inactivity. I have tried various combinations of noapm, noacpi, s4_nohwsig, etc., etc.; nothing helped. Actually, noacpi might have helped, I don't know, because disabling ACPI somehow disables internet as well, and I'm not willing to pay that price.I went into the CMOS RAM setup (both before and after updating the BIOS to the latest version), and the only Power options available were "After AC Power Failure," "WOL in S4," and "XD (Execute Disable)."Does anyone perchance know the magical solution to make the problem go away, aside from reverting to Windows?
P.S. The specs: Dual-Boot XP / Fedora10 with GRUB bootloader PentiumD 820(S) DC 2.8 GHz (800 MHz FSB, Socket 775)