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Monitors will not go into standby


On Wed, 2018-06-06 at 11:16 +0200, Liam Proven wrote:
> On Tue, 5 Jun 2018 at 21:08, Tony Arnold <tony.arnold at manchester.ac.u
> k> wrote:
> I'm running 18.04 with the vanilla Gnome desktop. I have an AMD R460
> graphics card using the open source drivers that come with Ubuntu
> (amdgpu) and 2 Illiad ProLite B2483HS monitors.
> [...]
> Anybody any ideas on how I can fix this one?
> 2 obvious questions spring to mind. Forgive me if they are _too_
> obvious.
> [1] X.org or Wayland? Whichever you're using, try the other.

I'm using X.org. Trying to avoid Wayland for now! It has problems
especially when using screen sharing applications such as Webex, Zoom,
TeamViewer, but will give it a try.

> [2] "...I'm using the open source drivers" â?? then try the AMD binary
> ones.

I'll also try that.

I am half convinced it's a graphic driver issue, so worth pursuing that

Tony Arnold MBCS, CITP | Senior IT Security Analyst | Directorate of IT Services | Desk 51, Office 2, Kilburn Building | The University of Manchester | Manchester M13 9PL | T: +44 161 275 6093 | M: +44 773 330 0039
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