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Ubuntu 13.10 hibernate doesn't save the system state

I have enabled the hibernation option as described here. I have the option appearing in the power toggles (both in Unity & Gnone-Shell). When I use it, the computes seems to save everything and ...
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Encrypted home partition + encrypted swap + working hibernate

I would like to set up disk encryption on Ubuntu 13.10 such that I have plain / encrypted /home partition encrypted swap partition working hibernation and resume As these requirements suggest, ...
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hibernate is diabled on ubuntu 13.04? [duplicate]

I'm using ubuntu 13.04 and hibernate is disabled Do I need a big swap file to enable hibernate ? How ?
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ubuntu 12.04 2D hibernatization

I'm pretty noob in linux OS. I chose ubuntu to start with, because is most user friendly. But i can't make him go to hibernate. I have 2 gb RAM and 4 gb SWAP, i follow the instructions to enable ...
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Swap not available on System Monitor

I had a swap partition of 1GB (RAM 1GB, Ubuntu 12.04 lts). Now swap is not shown on System Monitor neither can I hibernate my pc (sudo pm-hibernate). blkid output: /dev/sda1: UUID="B8B4FBB1B4FB706C" ...
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Suspending does not work. Ubuntu 12.04

I had set the swap file at 0 size, at installation, so I cannot hibernate. However,my RAM should do for the "suspend" function(I think).But whenever I suspend my system, it just starts from the very ...
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Restore from last hibernation

I am using Ubuntu 13.04 with a swap partition so that I can hibernate my system. It works excellent, I couldn't be happier. Today, I booted my computer and started working from the last session I ...
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13.04 :: setting up hibernate + encryped swap under full disk encryption

So I recently installed 13.04 and chose full disk encryption (I didn't bother to encrypt home too - seemed pointless), and I'm wanting to encrypt my swap drive, and also enable hibernate so I can be ...
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Use swap for hibernating only

I have Ubuntu 12.10 installed on an SSD with the swap partition on the same disk. Now I want to use the swap partition only for hibernating (not for swapping memory) because the SSD don't like the ...
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cant boot due to encryption and hibernate

Recently I set up Ubuntu on my notebook (with an encrypted home partition) and had the glorious idea of enabling syspend-to-disk and suspend-to-ram, so i installed the package 'hibernate'. Now I ...
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I broke hibernate when I set two distros to use the same swap space

I use Ubuntu as my primary OS, but I have also installed Fedora to see what all the hype is about. I made the stupid decision of making them share swap space, not thinking of the consequences on ...
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Without having swap partition how to hibernate using only “SWAP FILE”

I found answer near to this question but not exact answer in Ubuntu-forums.I found answer to 1. How to create swap partition after installing Ubuntu. 2. How to create or add swap file to existing ...
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'hibernate' doesn't work on xubuntu 12.04

I've just installed Xubuntu on my laptop. All works fine except that hibernating doesn't work. I (successfully) resized the swap partition with GParted but it's still the same. When restarting the ...
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647 views

Unable to resume from hibernation on boot- restarts instead of resuming

After fiddling around a lot with Rhythmbox and Banshee one day, I had to xkill them and logout a few times, and I think I remember seeing some error message asking for the keyring. I entered my ...
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Change Swap Amount to Hibernate in WUBI [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I enable hibernation on Wubi? I would like to hibernate when I get critical battery, I could do this in Windows, but the option is disabled in Ubuntu. I ...
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Couln't hibernate

I couldn't hibernate my system due to insufficient swap memory. Hence, I created a swap partition with the size twice of my RAM. However, when I tried to activate the partition and open fstab file, ...
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Error -12 hibernation image. Not enough free memory (sometimes)

I am having a problem with hibernation in Ubuntu 12.10, it had worked fine in 12.04. When I try and hibernate it sometimes appears to hibernate throws up an error and returns me to the desktop. The ...
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1answer
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Hibernation to a swap file 12.04, fragfile output

I've been trying for some time now, to get hibernation working in 12.04 on my Dell XPS17. I dual-boot Windows 7 and Ubuntu, each having their own partition and one shared partition for all my data and ...
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Does 12.04 support hibernating to a swap file?

I'm about to reinstall Ubuntu on a netbook with a tiny disk. Because of the tiny disk size, I'd strongly prefer to have a swap file than a swap partition. However, I want to be able to hibernate. I ...
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287 views

Use swap partition for hibernation

I just created a swap partition out of my useless USB drive (4GB). I'm successfully using it, it shows in the top command and I also edited the etc/fstab to automatically mount it at startup. My ...
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Ubuntu 12.04 Faster boot, Hibernate & other questions

I've recently started exploring Ubuntu (my 1st distro). I fresh installed precise without a swap (4GB ram). The only issues are, slow boot (regardless of the swap) and instability after a few days ...
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Really weird situation with Swap that refuses to work

So I decide to move my Swap partition to another HDD to make hibernation more fast, I create a partition with a liveUSB, do swapon, and then hibernate just disappears I go into the terminal, ...
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Swap partition does not mount on restart

I am using Ubuntu 12.04 and was trying to enable Hibernate.I came across that one should have Swap Partition equivalent to RAM in system so created one. My file system information on sudo fdisk -l ...
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How do I enable hibernation on Wubi?

I installed Ubuntu on my Windows 7 Sager laptop using Wubi. Hibernate (i.e. suspend to disc) is not an option from the power icon, only suspend, shutdown, etc. Hibernate is also not an option from my ...
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How much swap do I really need? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: I have 16GB RAM. Do I need 32GB swap? I have a 4 GB RAM and 300 GB HDD with 8 GB of it as a Swap partition. I'm running 12.04 with hibernate enabled. How much swap do I ...
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758 views

How to make Lenovo Ideapad S10-3s netbook hibernate?

My Lenovo Ideapad S10-3s, which is using Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, does not hibernate. The error message shown is PM: Not enough free swap, although my swap is around 3GB and my RAM only around 1GB. How can ...
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Hibernate Issues, Ubuntu 11.10 [closed]

I am having issues hibernating my machine (I'm running ubuntu 11.10). I initially thought it was lack of swap space that was the issue but after following the instructions outlined in ...
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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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2answers
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Small doubts partitions in Ubuntu, please help

I have two small questions: I want to erase "Windows 7 - 64-bit", by using Ubuntu 10.11 on the entire hard drive, but I don't want to delete my /home/ dir, so is it necessary to delete all ...
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1answer
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Not enough swap space to hibernate?

It seems that I have enough though; maybe it's not automatic swap mounting? Any help on getting hibernate working is appreciated.
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1answer
310 views

does bigger SWAP partition area helps faster “Suspend \ hibernate ”?

When I suspend my computer it stores everything on RAM on hard-disk and reloads it back to RAM when I start my computer again does this data gets stored in SWAP area ? will having a 1 GB swap ...
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646 views

Lenovo S12 fails to hibernate, won't turn off and won't restore session, what to do?

My Lenovo S12 (Intel Atom) running 11.10 Unity desktop will not hibernate. If I use the Shutdown/Hibernate option, it will go to a blank screen with an flashing underscore cursor in the upper left ...
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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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1answer
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Why is this in my fstab /dev/mapper/cryptswap1?

With my new Ubuntu 11.10, I have, I was not able to hibernate my system. When I checked if I have alloted enough swap space, I found the following lines in my fstab. # swap was on /dev/sda7 during ...
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Why won't my computer hibernate and shut down properly?

I have Ubuntu 11.10 and hibernate isn't working on this machine. I looked at this post and after the string # swap was on /dev/….. nothing appears. I cannot find the file: ...
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1answer
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How large of a swap partition is needed to hibernate?

I've read this question, but it doesn't definitively answer my question. If I want my computer to be able to hibernate, do I need to have a swap partition as large as my RAM, or will Ubuntu wisely be ...
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4answers
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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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1answer
884 views

Computer not hibernating despite free swap [closed]

I am on Acer 5742G. Here are some specs Processor : Intel Core i5-460M Mobile Processor (3MB Intel Smart Cache, 2.53GHz) Chipset : Mobile Intel HM55 Express Memory : Up to 3GB DDR3 ...
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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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Hibernate to a swap file

I have configured a new Ubuntu 10.10 installation in a Notebook to use a swap file, instead of using a swap partition. For default is not possible to get Ubuntu to hibernate using a swap file, so i ...