I have a Lenovo G550 running the latest updated version of PCLOS and the Gnome desktop. It has a Broadcom BCM4312 802.11b/g LP-PHY network adaptor. As is typical, when i close the lid without shutting down, the computer goes into sleep (suspend) mode. When this happens, it appears that the adaptor also goes to sleep and looses the wireless connection. It takes, what seems like, a long time (+- 60 seconds) for it to re-connect. Interestingly, the situation improves with the power plugged in, but not consistently. Is there a way to make just the adaptor not go to sleep and to maintain the connection? If so, what are the ramifications of doing this on power usage?