I mostly have no problems with my framework and truly love it. A couple of my annoyances with the way the computer works seem like they could (possibly) be related. I have nowhere near enough information to tell though, but here are the issues that (might) be related:
- i have to be careful to avoid touching the touchpad during the rather long (10-15 seconds maybe?) wake-up period (Kubuntu 21.10) otherwise i sometimes encounter issues such as
- sometimes closing the lid wont cause the laptop to sleep when i think it did. After this happens i usually put the laptop in my bag or leave it on my desk and come back to it either cooking itself in my bag, or with a dead battery, respectively.
Don’t get me wrong, i love this laptop. I’d love to do what i can to help myself, and the community, fix some of these issues, but the sudden nature of the shutoffs when it does happen seem to make it hard for me to get any decent logs of what caused the shutoff.
Since all of these seem like they might be tangentially related to BIOS and/or sleep+wake im curious if there is a way to access lower level firmware/BIOS logs or gather other debug information about these issues.
I’m familiar with some of the basics like the logs available in
dmesg (my go-to when stuff breaks), systemd service logs, and the existence of logs in
/var/log but am curious if there’s somewhere i can be looking (either elsewhere or somewhere more narrowly scoped than all the things listed here) to learn more about what may be happening and/or gather data from intentional attempts to reproduce the problems above