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Preventing centos laptop from sleeping when lid closed?

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How can I prevent the laptop from sleeping when the lid is closed. I tried messing with the settings in gnome-power-preferences but that doesn't seem to prevent it when no one is logged in. Any suggestions?

posted Oct 13, 2015 by anonymous

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