kpowersave suspend-to-ram does not work

David david.maillists at
Tue Jul 24 22:31:12 BST 2007

> While klaptopdaemon in kubuntu feisty does work properly,

Does klaptopdaemon have the capability to suspend?

> doesn't.

It works for me in debian sid, either suspend to RAM or suspend to disk. But
you know, ubuntu is the unstable branch of Debian sid :-) (OK, OK, it was a
joke. Don't hit me! I'm stopping it! :-D  ).

I see those possibilities:

1) Suspend has been implemented very recently in the kernel. Make sure to
have the last kernel 2.6.22, maybe upgrading to the beta version of Ubuntu
(uf, very brave) or downloading it from But keep your current
kernel as well, just in case the new kernel doesn't work for you and you
have to boot from the old one.
2) In Synaptic, go to kpowersave , right click and install the recommended
and suggested packages.
3) Submit a bug in Ubuntu bugzilla, and wait until it is fixed... Suspend is
a recent feature.

Hope it helps,

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