Hibernating enables faster bootup times coupled with the power savings of a complete power-off. However, many computers do not support Linux hibernation and so it is not enabled by default in Ubuntu 12.04 and 12.10.

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Hibernation failed due to insufficient Swap partition [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Adding swap partition after system installation I got 8GB RAM on my laptop but only partitioned 1GB for swap, now the hibernation cannot be achieved even if I use sudo ...
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How to disable password on Hibernate/Suspend?

I have installed Ubuntu 11.10 and on suspend/hibernate I am asked for password. I couldn't find apps > gnome-power-manager > lock in gconf-editor. What's the solution for this?
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How to disable hibernating?

Whereas many questions are geared towards implementing hibernation, mine is how to disable it. I've just encrypted my swap partition, and I such my system can still hibernate, but cannot resume ...
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Ubuntu 14.04 - sudo pm-hibernate doesn't work

There are a bunch of questions on here about suspend resume error. The same question appears in: suspend/resume failure but I don't understand any of the responses. We are using different laptops ...
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deleting hibernate image after failed hibernation

after trying sudo pm-hibernate my w520 can't start anymore. only when adding a 'noresume' to the kernel parameters I can start with grup. what are the steps to remove all the hibernate disaster? ...
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Swap partition is not recognized

I think this problem might be related to this one: Failing to recover from hibernate Basically, as soon as ive installed ubuntu, using the automatic partitioning, if i run gparted and look at my ...
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Synaptics touchpad stops working after hibernating a Dell XPS 16

I am currently experimenting with using Ubuntu as a my main OS instead of Windows 7. So far, pretty much everything is working fine, except for an issue that I am having with my touchpad. I have a ...
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How to fix hibernate / suspend with proprietary nVidia driver?

I've just got an Dell Precision M6500 that comes with an nVidia card. Together with Kubunutu 10.10 and the proprietary nvidia driver suspend to disk or RAM does not work. It's allways ending with a ...
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Hybrid Suspend in 14.04?

Hybrid suspend was working in 13.10 before upgrade, but no longer. Tried both methods mentioned here How do I use pm-suspend-hybrid by default instead of pm-suspend? but no luck Test for support ...
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Hibernate option doesn't appear in the shutdown menu(s) [closed]

In 13.04, I enabled hibernation by following these instructions: You can also enable the hibernate option in the menus. To do that, use your favorite text editor to create ...
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Ubuntu needs Swap, Why not Windows?

Ive learned that one should allot a swap space inorder to have Hibernate option in Ubuntu, Why isnt it same with Windows? My Win 7 doesnt have any Swap space but still hibernates without a glitch.
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Swap encryption and hibernating

I run Ubuntu 12.04 on my laptop, with an encrypted home folder + swap partition. Before I had this encrypted setup, I used to have my hibernation enabled. I found this documentation on how to enable ...
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When Shutting down or hibernating it just goes to the login screen [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: I can’t shut down nor reboot without console Title says all. When I choose shut down or hibernate if my computer has been on a while, it just goes to the log-in screen. ...
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Not able to suspend or hibernate

My Ubuntu 10.10 on my laptop Lenovo T400 is not able to suspend or hibernate. Whenever I click Suspend or Hibernate, the moon LED on the bottom of the lid flashes a few seconds, the screen ...
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How to enable hibernate on Ubuntu 13.10? [duplicate]

Something I usually do after installing Ubuntu is reactivate the hibernation function. I find it quite useful to function for the more energy concious. Typically, I'd complete the instructions in ...
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How to re-enable hibernate option?

I had enabled "hibernate" option in my Ubuntu 12.10 few months back by adding the following lines to /etc/polkit-1/localauthority/50-local.d/com.ubuntu.enable-hibernate.pkla: [Re-enable hibernate by ...
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way to disable Hibernate from within gconf-editor so button disappears?

There used to be a way to disable Hibernate from gconf-editor: apps -> gnome-power-manager -> can_hibernate. unticking "can_hibernate" would even remove the hibernate button from the shutdown menu. ...
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hibernate resume failure

I am getting this error sometimes when I resume from hibernation. All of my open windows are closed. There is also an extra reboot before it will actually get to the login screen. The title of the ...
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How do I disable the lock screen when resuming from suspend or hibernate without losing ability to lock screen manually?

I would like to bypass the password prompt after resuming from suspend or hibernate in Ubuntu 11.10. I tried: gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.lockdown disable-lock-screen 'true' But doing so I ...
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“Not enough free swap” error when trying to hibernate

I recently upgraded from 11.04 to 11.10, but I get "Not enough free swap" error when trying to put my laptop to hibernation. I have 2GB of physical memory and 3GB of swap. Besides, the hibernate ...
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So what is the reason behind the claim that you need at least as much swap area as main memory for hibernate to work?

I saw a lot of recommendations claiming that for hibernation the swap partition/file must be at least as large as the main memory. This makes no sense to me. Lets assume I have 8 GB of main memory and ...
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How to save machine state without hibernating?

I wonder is it possible to capture the state of the machine without actually hibernating? The goal would be to make a "backup state", so if the system crashes, one could boot directly to a session ...
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Cannot remove hiberfile on ntfs partition

I've been looking at questions like Unable to mount Windows (NTFS) filesystem due to hibernation and How do I mount a hibernated NTFS partition? and they all say "Boot into windows" which I am unable ...
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Fix hibernate on Thinkpad X60 with 12.04 Precise Pangolin

I own a ThinkPad X60, hibernate used to work on 10.04 Lucid Lynx, but no longer works correctly on 12.04. I am aware of how to enable hibernate in Power Manager. The problem here is, in the default ...
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How do I add more swap easily so that I can hibernate my laptop?

I installed Natty on my laptop with default options. I guess it created a swap partition equal to the size of my RAM. Every time I try to hibernate I get the "not enough swap" message, which is ...
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Enable hibernate in Ubuntu 13.04 - editing hibernate.pkla doesn't work [duplicate]

How do I enable the hibernate option. Editing hibernate.pkla doesn't work. I did the following - $ sudo gedit /var/lib/polkit-1/localauthority/50-local.d/hibernate.pkla [Enable Hibernate] ...
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How do I create a swap partition for hibernation?

While installing Ubuntu 11.10 a months ago I had not allotted any swap space, I now came to know that there would be no Hibernate option without Swap space. Is it possible to do it Now?, What if the ...
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Can't hibernate on lid close 13.10 [duplicate]

I've recently upgraded to 13.10 and I can't find the option to hibernate. My computer doesn't play ball when I suspend it (screen doesn't reactivate upon lifting the lid) so in 13.04 I always used ...
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Ubuntu not is hibernating when lid is closed

I use Ubuntu 12.04 in my laptop. I'm trying to configure to hibernate when lid is closed. However, not is working. I did the following steps to solve the problem: I enable in ...
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How to run a script after the system resumes from hibernate (suspent-to-disk)?

I have configured powernap to hibernate (i.e., suspend-to-disk) the machine if idle. In order to save additional power, I have configured my non-root, data disks to spin-down using the hdparm command. ...
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It is possible to hibernate an LXC container?

I know about lxc-freeze and lxc-unfreeze, but as I understand it, these simply pauses the container, similar to sending SIGSTOP and SIGCONT to a process. If I reboot the host, then the containers will ...
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Cannot hibernate twice

I am running Ubuntu 13.10, and I manage to suspend to RAM without any incidents. Suspending to disk (hibernate), however, does not work the second time I do it (after a reboot). I tried to hibernate ...
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xfce4-session segfault, suspend and hibernate not working

I am experiencing some critical bugs during a critical time (finals week) and could really appreciate some life-saving help. I have posted about it at https://bugzilla.xfce.org/show_bug.cgi?id=10068, ...
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Will the “hibernate” feature ever be restored?

From now on, will there never be a "Hibernate" feature in Ubuntu again (since it was known to contribute to data loss), or is the removal of the "hibernate" option only a temporary measure until the ...
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How do I fix hibernate?

Suspend and Hibernate was not working in my Ubuntu 11.04 and I followed these instructions to fix the issue by installing uswsusp. The commands s2ram and s2disk were working fine for me and hence I ...
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Dual boot and sleep/hibernate issues?

I set up a dual boot before, but I've never thought about how or if putting a laptop to sleep or hibernate will affect grub or the OSes. For example, if I dual boot windows 7 and ubuntu, then use ...
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Hibernating my Ubuntu 10.10 takes a bit too long

It takes about 5 minutes most of the time to hibernate my Ubuntu 10.10. This is unacceptable! Is there a work-around I could use to improve the situation? Thank you.
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Computer won't wake from hibernate

So I have a pretty dumb problem...I accidentaly pressed Hibernate while trying to Restart...since then my computer wont boot into Ubuntu anymore (through normal mode or single user mode - rescue mode ...
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No splash screen on hibernate

Hibernate is working fine. A bit slow when resuming from a hibernate but I can bear with it just so that I have all open applications on the desktop as I left it. Then again the "slowness" might be ...
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Is there a way to suspend/sleep via bash?

I have to get nine 46" LCD monitors (running Windows) to suspend/sleep at 8pm and wake at 8am every morning. It's been a bit of a mess trying to get the commands working, including the privileges. ...
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Why is hibernation performance so poor?

Why is the hibernation performance (i.e the time taken to hibernate and wake up) on my laptop so poor with Ubuntu? This isn't a criticism per se but I'd be interested to know if there was a particular ...
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Hibernate on Dell Inspiron 1525

I'm ahving a Dell Inspiron 1525. I installed there a stock Ubuntu 10. However I can see no "hibernate" item in the shutdown menu. Is ACPI supported on 1525? If it is, how can I make hibernate work ...
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Lubuntu hibernate Xfce Power Manager “not authorized”

OS: Lubuntu 14.04 Package: Xfce Power Manager Package Settings: - On AC > Actions > Put the computer to sleep when inactive for: 15 Minutes - Extended > Set computer inactivity sleep mode: Hibernate ...
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What are the differences between sleep, standby, suspend and hibernate in Ubuntu?

I'm really confused about these keywords used in Ubuntu. I've a little knowledge about suspend and hibernate in Ubuntu and how does it work. But I've no idea about what are the differences between ...
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Cannot shutdown my Sony Vaio

I did a fresh install of Ubuntu 12.04 (dual boot with Windows 7) on my sony Vaio. After the fresh install everything was working fine. then I was informed that new driver were available for my ATI ...
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How do you hibernate/suspend Ubuntu like Windows or both at the same time?

I'm using an ASUS laptop with Windows 7, and I just installed Ubuntu alongside Windows yesterday, using the no-risk option. I noticed, though, that I can't hibernate Ubuntu the way I did with Windows ...
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How can i tell what went wrong on resume from hibernation?

I am having trouble with making my VAIO VPCSA2V9R resume after hibernate. I have a swap, i have updated my grub configuration, initramfs and whatnot, it still won't boot. But at least it tries now - ...
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removed ati proprietary driver, tried to hibernate, destroyed ubuntu installation. help?

I totally ruined my Ubuntu 10.10 Desktop x64 installation today. I've never been able to hibernate or suspend (not with my laptop, server or htpc), not even through this guide. So I read a post here ...
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How to make hibernation work on Shuttle SX58H7 (Intel X58 Express)?

I have a Shuttle SX58H7 computer (Intel X58 Express board, AMI BIOS version 08.00.16) with Intel Core i7 950 and GeForce GT 210 Silent (nvidia proprietary driver). Under Karmic (64-bit), hibernation ...
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Automatic shutdown / hibernation after x minutes in suspend?

I have an embedded battery powered device running Ubuntu and want to reduce power consumption. The idea is that if a user does not use a device for ca. 30 min. then the device will automatically ...