Apparently GNOME doesn't like my Wake-on-LAN configuration — it forces my laptop to suspend as soon as I log in when that setting is activated on my BIOS.
It'll trigger a "Unable to lock" notification and suspend the system immediately after it disappears. If I disable all settings related to my lock screen, that notification won't show but the system is suspended anyway.
This sucks and I'm not sure how I can investigate this further. WoL is such a useful feature to me as I often leave my laptop with its lid closed when I connect it to an external monitor.
I tried different kernels and all, but the only thing that made that behaviour stop was disabling WoL.
It may be something related to X11 also as I can't reproduce the same error with Wayland?
But I can't use Wayland due to many issues with screen capture software I use a lot at work.
It may be something with the fact I'm using the laptop with the lid closed despite disabling suspension in that case on Tweaks?
Sorry for the live posting about this troubleshooting, I'm kind of losing my mind.
y'all I'm almost sure it was a mix of keeping the laptop lid closed and a misbehaved system that wouldn't follow my orders (jumped to another distro and it didn't happen again) 🤔
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