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I was able to get Ubuntu 16.04 LTS installed over the last few days. Here's my notes from the installation. Multi-monitor connections via HDMI work. The thunderbolt 3 port also works for Ethernet. (haven't tested it for anything else). Please feel feel to revise this, and read carefully, as there are almost certainly some errors. I'm not a Linux expert ...


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You should be able to create a script in the /etc/pm/sleep.d/ directory (or supposedly the /lib/systemd/system-sleep/ directory if you are running 15.10+) which executes that restart command on system resume. Make sure to make that script executable. Create a network_restart file in said directory with these contents: case "${1}" in resume|thaw) ...


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I had the same problem after upgrading from 15.10 to 16.04: Closing the lid did not do anything Manually suspending with the menu item in the system tray resulted in a half suspended state with the only way out to reset the system. I solved these issues by upgrading the kernel to 4.4.8 (after this suspend from menu worked for me) Adding the line ...


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Apparently hibernation is disabled by design with secure boot, since modifying the stored memory content is a potential attack vector. There seem to exist some kernel patches, which implement signed hibernate images https://lwn.net/Articles/651274/ but I don't know whether there exist any usable packaged kernels for Ubuntu, which include those.


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Unfortunately, hibernate doesn't work in many cases, which can cause you to lose data if you expect your documents and applications to re-open when you switch your computer back on. Therefore, hibernate is disabled by default. Test if hibernate works Note : Always save your work before hibernating You should save all of your work before hibernating the ...



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