I'm running Ubuntu 13.10 on my Lenovo Y500 laptop, and I'm getting strange behavior surrounding the power button. The series of events goes something like this:
I turn on my computer and enter Ubuntu (I am dual-booting with Windows 8.1 using rEFInd, by the way)
I press the power button on my laptop, which brings up a small gui menu on Ubuntu, allowing me to choose from several shut-down-related options. I hibernate the computer, using the gui.
I turn my computer back on and re-enter Ubuntu.
I press the power button. The gui menu from before briefly flashes before the computer abruptly enters a shutdown sequence without any further action on my part. It's as if it immediately assumed I had clicked on the option for 'shutdown'.
This exact series is basically how it goes every time; that is, Ubuntu will display me the menu if I'm running from a cold boot, but not if I restarted from a hibernation. How can I get this gui to come up (and stay up without it choosing for me) every time?
Additional information: I get an apport error message dialog that shows up every time I reboot after the computer immediately turning itself off.