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Short answer: No. Long answer: The "Fast Startup" name is something of a misnomer. This Windows feature actually turns shutdown operations into hibernation (suspend-to-disk) operations. As such, filesystem data structures are left in an inconsistent state. When another OS, such as Ubuntu, boots, it sees the disk in an inconsistent state, assumes that the ...
GShutdown is a utility which allows you to schedule the shutdown or restart of your computer. With it you can simply and quickly choose the turn off time at either a specific time or after a countdown. Install Gshutdown: sudo apt-get install gshutdown source.
Open the Dash and type Energy. Select the Energy icon. There's an option on that window to configure what happens when the lid is closed.
Yes. There is a workaround for that. Windows "Fast Startup" is just hibernation. That's why Windows partitions can not be mounted with read-write permissions. But if you setup /etc/fstab that Windows partitions are mount as read-only, you will "see" them. But you will be unable to write there. It may be acceptable or not. But it is the only way to use ...
You hibernation does not work because you have a wrong UUID in your /etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d/resume file. Run in terminal echo "RESUME=UUID=60a90294-7412-47fc-99e3-f2c69a9b1db0" | sudo tee /etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d/resume sudo update-initramfs -u -k all
Which kernel are you using? Check this with uname -r. I am not a fan of the AMD proprietary drivers on Linux. I find lots of issues with them. I prefer running the open source drivers and newer kernels have many new fixes and features for AMD graphics. You can take the OPEN SOURCE ROUTE, or the PROPRIETARY ROUTE. OPEN SOURCE ROUTE If you are using 3.13, ...
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