I run KDE, not Gnome, so I don't know how much this translates, but in
KDE you can go to System Settings -> Power Management -> When laptop
lid is closed and choose "do nothing." You have to set it for all
power status categories (AC, Battery, Low Battery).
Works for me. I used to know how to tweak this by modifying a file,
but that was a few years ago, and I'm sure it's changed. I've gotten
lazy and just use the GUI for it, now.
On Mon, 2017-04-17 at 09:36 -0600, InvalidPath wrote:
This morning I had some time spent trying to get my Dell XPS 13 9550
to output to three displays. Using the thunderbolt/USB-C Dell 3100
dock, and HDMI cable/monitor and a DP to mini-DP/monitor. But my
question is, during this fight, I attempts to run the laptop with the
lid shut. Outputting to the two external displays, powered up by
power button on the dock. Long story short it did not work.. but
what's weird is that I raised the lid ever so slightly and could tell
that it was on.Now if the system senses the lid when it shuts to
suspend.. why not in this case? Could this have anything to do with
the hybrid graphics?
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