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My Toshiba Laptop with Ubuntu 13.10 has Network Connections disabled on waking up from hibernate. Then, I have to once execute suspend and then, the connections are enabled.

Also, it takes quite a while to boot from hibernation (I have only 3GB RAM). Sometimes on wake up from hibernation, the laptop shuts down. Sometimes during wake up from hibernation, the laptop hangs and I have to forcefully press the Power Button to switch off power.

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Probably one of the reasons why hibernate was disabled by default... bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/policykit-desktop-privileges/… –  Rmano Mar 27 '14 at 15:34
But on the same laptop under Windows, it works very well & reliably (not making a comparison, but, just trying to drive the point that there is no issue with hardware), need to sort this out I guess... –  user256344 Mar 29 '14 at 11:02

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