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I have a Toshiba L505D laptop running Ubuntu 13.10. I like to watch Netflix (Pipelight) when I am going to sleep. I have noticed that my system is not fully "going to sleep" when I wake up. I have a ...
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GNOME Shell doesn't have an option to hibernate in the session menu. I checked the GNOME Shell Cheat Sheet but hibernate is not mentioned there. How can I hibernate my machine from within a GNOME ...
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Hibernate option in login screen menu?

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I can hibernate my system with command "sudo s2disk". Now I'd like to call this from gnome menu with clicking on "Hibernate". what I need to do?