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Im having a problem with ubuntu, its not recovering from hibernate.

The system will actually hibernate correctly (ive installed uspwsusp so i can see whats happening), but when i restart my laptop, i get a solid purple screen (not the usual ubuntu splash screen), and it seems to wait for a while (~10s), before dropping onto the usual ubuntu bootup screen, where it goes on to do a standard boot process.

Is there anyway i can get hibernate to work properly?

Im using ubuntu 11.10 x64

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Logs regarding hibernate/wakeup/suspend/resume are in /var/log/pm-*.log. Can you "suspend" and recover? –  waltinator Dec 2 '11 at 21:33
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@richzilla Are you still experiencing this issue? –  Tom Brossman Mar 30 '12 at 22:15
    
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