liam at exaem
Jun 23, 2012, 2:43 AM
Post #3 of 5
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Re: Hibernate and a few other things have gone missing
[In reply to]
On 23/06/12 10:36, Liam Symonds wrote:
> On 23/06/12 08:28, Andrew Lowe wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I've been doing sort of regular syncs and emerge worlds, every couple
> of days, but not really paying attention to changes as they have
> happened. On the other hand I've read, or rather I think I have read,
> the news and comments/warnings that appear after the emerge world and
> can't remember anything groundbreaking that I had to follow up. Today I
> noticed a few things have disappeared and was wondering if anyone had
> the same problems.
> > 1) Hibernate has disappeared from the "Leave" option in the KDE menu
> > 2) My Dolphin has lost some mappings to an NTFS disk that I dual boot
> to. On the left hand side of Dolphin there's a panel, "Places" I think
> it's called, where you can put commonly used dir's. Network mappings I
> have are still there but the NTFS dir's has gone walkabout.
> > 3) Dolphin no longer automagically places into "Places", the thingy
> mentioned above in 2), memory sticks when I insert them. In fact if
> automounting is working shouldn't something appear in the /media dir?
> I'm getting nothing in there.
> > Does anyone know of any changes that have happened recently that could
> have caused this or has my machine just decided to be flakey on my.
> > Any thoughts, greatly appreciated,
> > Andrew
> Hi Andrew,
> Could you please copy & paste the output of /etc/fstab please? That
> could be the answer about the automounting problem!
> Regarding the problem about hibernation, can you use the terminal
> command pm-hibernate? If it does not work correctly then you may have
> something wrong with the pm-utils package (if that is what Gentoo uses,
> I have no idea).
> Warm Regards,
Regarding my previous statement "if that is what Gentoo uses" I meant if
that is what KDE uses, my mistake
- - Liam.
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