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The relevant log files are all underneath /var/log: pm-suspend.log syslog The output of dmesg may also contain valuable information, whether the failure occurs during suspension or wake-up.


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Thanks to no one i found the solution on my own. I was just hopeless and when i was messing around in Windows, i just ran a chkdsk /f on the drive with the issue. It fixed some indexes in few files & when i get to Ubuntu, BAM!! Everything's there. My advice is; in a case like this, Don't try to do any stuff to the NTFS drive from Linux. Let the Windows ...


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Yes it maybe harmful in both cases whether booting windows with Ubuntu hibernated or booting ubuntu with windows hibernated. Ubuntu is not able to mount windows partitions when windows is hibernated, if you force mounting windows partitions ,it may cause harm. check these links for more info. ...


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Maybe you haven't mounted the partitions. You can try to use "DISKS" in ubuntu to look at your ntfs partitions, then just press the image button PLAY to mount the partition you want to interact with.


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refer pm-action man page: http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/trusty/man8/pm-action.8.html, and refer the FILES section. Any executable script put in the directory /etc/pm/sleep.d/ will be invoked before the suspend happens. Putting a file here will require sudo.


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If you use an OpenWRT/Tomato based router, a shell script I wrote that runs on the router and wakes up any PC that's receiving an incoming SSH connection, might be of use to you.



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