My desktop pc is not reliably waking up from suspend with a keypress. While searching for the cause of this I checked the contents of /lib/systemd/system-sleep. There I found a tlp script. TLP is a ‘Linux Advanced Power Management’ application. It is targeted on LapTops / battery based pc’s, not desktops. Some topics on tlp can be found on the forum. I had never heard of tlp before and have not installed it myself.
I have uninstalled tlp and now my desktop wakes on a keypress without any help of udev rules and / or system-sleep scripts. So far so good.
My question is:
When and Why was this installed on my desktop? Does Manjaro installs tlp by default? (Arch does not)
Is my assumption plausible that the removal of tlp solved the sleep/wake issue of my desktop?