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Absolutely it should work. I was doing that ages for gaming purposes as well, although now with the Steam-Linux revolution I haven't booted Windows up for months. I had my OS partitions totally separate, as you intend to, and had no problems at all. There were no shared partitions. My swap partition is 36 GB, slightly more than twice my RAM (16 GB). The ...
I am probably repeating similar answers, but It should be possible as long as where your hibernation files are saved is separate from, as in your example Windows 7. (Windows 7 likes to take control of the partition, or disk it is on, so it is best to keep Ubuntu to it's own area anyway). I would test just a regular hibernation with a hard reset (or maybe ...
I figured it out. Not sure why it made a difference, but I installed 12.04 LTS and tried this fix. Seems to have worked. 12.10 and up didn't seem to work with that bit of code. But whatever, I'm happy. it's working now. http://www.howtogeek.com/113923/how-to-re-enable-hibernate-in-ubuntu-12.04/
After a long time I have the answer: #!/bin/bash # PURPOSE: Script to check temperature of CPU cores and report/shutdown if specified temperatures exceeded # # AUTHOR: feedback[AT]HaveTheKnowHow[DOT]com # Expects two arguments: # 1. Warning temperature # 2. Critical shutdown temperature # eg. using ./CPUTempShutdown.sh 30 40 # will warn when temperature ...
go to power settings and choose " power off" for the option of when power is critically low
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