[Xfce-bugs] [Bug 9952] UPower >= 0.99.0 no longer does hibernate and suspend

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Sun Aug 31 22:08:06 CEST 2014


--- Comment #31 from Eric Koegel <eric at xfce.org> ---
(In reply to Samuli Suominen from comment #30)
> (In reply to Eric Koegel from comment #29)
> > In xfsm_shutdown_try_suspend the logic is:
> > SystemD ? use LoginD suspend
> > Upower < 0.99 ? use Upower suspend
> > Otherwise lock the screen and call pkexec xfsm-shutdown-helper --suspend
> > 
> > http://git.xfce.org/xfce/xfce4-session/tree/xfce4-session/xfsm-shutdown.
> > c#n312
> > 
> > Same for hibernate. I've been testing with a system that has consolekit +
> > upower git master (it calls itself 0.99.2). Or is this for systems without
> > polkit installed (or polkit-gobject-1 which is used for the fallback instead
> > of sudo)? Just trying to figure out where it's gone wrong so we can fix it.
> > 
> > Does pkaction --action-id org.xfce.session.xfsm-shutdown-helper -v return
> > anything?
> The target system where I *assumed* the committed patch wouldn't work is
> with active ConsoleKit session, working PolicyKit, no systemd, UPower 0.99.1
> (or git, no real difference in this regard, as in, just UPower with no
> hibernate and suspend capabilities) -- a system, where I expect Hibernate
> and Suspend buttons to do direct pm-* command calls like the patch in
> Comment #24 does
> So, sorry, I didn't actually had chance to test it out yet, but I just can't
> see the code that calls pm-suspend anywhere

Well for that case:
  xfsm_upower_lock_screen (which just ends up calling xflock4 and ignoring the
other stuff)
  xfsm_shutdown_fallback_try_action XFSM_SHUTDOWN_SUSPEND
    pkexec " XFSM_SHUTDOWN_HELPER_CMD " --%s", action

#define UP_BACKEND_SUSPEND_COMMAND "/usr/sbin/pm-suspend"
#define UP_BACKEND_HIBERNATE_COMMAND "/usr/sbin/pm-hibernate"
Which gets used in:

That is assuming your PC can suspend and you are authorized to suspend,

Once everyone has migrated to UPower 1.0 we can actually remove all the upower
stuff from xfsm since it doesn't do anything anymore. But that could be several
years down the road.

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