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I came up with a solution. If I go to the "Security & Privacy" settings and go to the Locking tab and set "Lock on suspend" and "Lock after screen turns off" both to OFF, I can wake my laptop back up without having to open the laptop lid.


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Perhaps related to these: https://github.com/elementary/switchboard-plug-pantheon-shell/issues/219https://github.com/elementary/switchboard-plug-pantheon-shell/issues/219 https://github.com/elementary/switchboard-plug-pantheon-shell/issues/219 If you also add to the issue on github maybe it will get more attention! :)


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Perhaps this could be related to this bug: https://github.com/elementary/switchboard-plug-pantheon-shell/issues/219


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This issue is more on lightdm, I've already explained this before so I won't explain further and rather I'll just put steps here, This problem is because the power settings are used from the gconf configuration of the user lightdm, and not the current user. Just test: sudo su su - -s /bin/bash lightdm gsettings get org.gnome.settings-daemon.plugins.power ...


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What about something like keep awake


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For what it's worth I think this behavior may be related to Ubuntu 18.04. Looks like the same problem was reported here For what it's worth, your system isn't actually sleeping, it's suspending. I'd love to be told otherwise but it seems to me like Elementary doesn't actually properly support sleep but instead suspends your laptop.


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