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#1 2022-07-26 06:47:31

tofiffe
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Registered: 2016-02-14
Posts: 26

[Solved] Laptop not waking up after closing lid

I use XPS 15'' 2020, with Gnome desktop. Ever since installing it (almost 2 years ago), I am not able to wake it up after closing the lid, the laptop simply shows the same logo as if it were booting and gets stuck, forcing me to use the power button to do a hard reset.
I have tried disabling the lid functionality, but that yielded no success, as the laptop freezes as soon as the lid is closed, and I am not able to figure out why.

How can I resolve this issue?

Last edited by tofiffe (2022-07-26 13:27:55)

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#2 2022-07-26 10:49:48

JoeyCorleone
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Registered: 2022-01-22
Posts: 88

Re: [Solved] Laptop not waking up after closing lid

- Does

systemctl suspend

work properly?
- Do you use TLP or Laptop Mode Tools?

tofiffe wrote:

I have tried disabling the lid functionality

Via GNOME Tweaks?
- Please post the output of

cat /etc/systemd/logind.conf

- Enable SysRq and reboot your system using the REISUB sequence when stuck.
- Grab a complete journal log of the affected boot afterwards and share it here.

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#3 2022-07-26 13:27:38

tofiffe
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Registered: 2016-02-14
Posts: 26

Re: [Solved] Laptop not waking up after closing lid

As I was looking to enable SysRq via kernel parameter I noticed a parameter that might have had something to do with it, something like deep-suspend or similar (forgot, as I removed it) and after rebooting without that parameter the system wakes up from suspension!

For the record:
- systemctl suspend caused the same issue
- lid was disabled in GNOME tweaks (but I have enabled it now and it's working fine)
- logind.conf had everything disabled

I am unable to provide journal as I forgot what the kernel parameter was, but removing it fixed the issue, thanks!

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