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This has been said several times already, but apparently we need to make a Meta Q explaining all the reasons why a question will be considered a Bug and hence closed as off-topic. So this is one of these questions:

Are issues likely to be a bug in the kernel or power management systems included, but not limited to questions that should get solved by applying a workaround, upgrading, downgrading, and any other act that isn't just change the configuration of a file/parameter in Ubuntu on-topic?

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Not all power management questions are bugs, sometimes it's something like blacklisting a certain module or another configuration issue to get power management to work; it's the same as wireless questions.

  • But if the "common solutions" didn't work, then it's a bug right? – Braiam Dec 4 '13 at 19:31
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    Depends, it's like wireless, hard to tell enough that a blanket policy really doesn't make sense here, and tbh, given the flood of way worse "crash" questions, I'd say save your close votes for other junk. – Jorge Castro Dec 4 '13 at 21:02

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