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I'm running a GigaByte Brix with a wireless Logitech K400 Keyboard. The said
keyboard features a "power off" button that is interpreted by Ubuntu as "Sleep"
for some reason. On the 17.04 release it was possible to simply assign the
shutdown command to this button and everything was fine.
With 17.10 and 18.04 LTS (beta) the behaviour of this button can not be
changed. If I try to assign my shutdown command and press the button, my system
immediately enters suspend mode. Even if I try to simply read out the key code
of the button it will directly go to suspend.
Will there be a way of getting back the behaviour of 17.04 so that I can freely
choose what this button does?
** Affects: gnome-settings-daemon (Ubuntu)
** Tags: bot-comment
assign shutdown command to sleep button fails 17.10 and 18.04
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