Enable suspend-then-hibernate in Gnome

Hi All,

Newbie(ish) here trying to setup EOS on my old Asus C302 chromebook. So far so good! Sound works, figured out acpid to get headphone plug/unplug. On my way!

One thing I can’t get working for the life of me:

I can hibernate with the power button (set in gnome-settings) and can “sleep” when I close the laptop lid.

But what I really want is to just shut the lid and suspen-then-hibernate. I’ve followed the wiki and modified sleep.conf, but that doesn’t seem to do anything.

I think I read gnome take over these settings? Anybody know how to do this?

Any help much appreciated (veery much!!)


This is what I answered in another thread. Give it a try.

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