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You can clear the hibernated session by cleaning the swap partition (if isn't cleaned) you can know what is your swap partition by running: lsblk -f | grep swap ├─sda5 swap 81ede0e2-2b07-4986-9a98-cea7a5b22556 [SWAP] Then, you can clear it: mkswap /dev/YOUR-SWAP-PARTITION


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May be your grub installation is corrupted. I would try to reinstall grub2: apt-get --reinstall install grub2 If I can add, would not rule it took to check the integrity of fs in the partition in question. fsck /dev/sdaX


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Albert, Suspend is a "warm resume" meaning the system is still "active" merely cat nappign "with one eye open " to use the common phrase" whereas, with hibernate the system is totally shut off adn has the " Don not distrub me room service people " mentality


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I found a solution to my question on my own. SOLUTION Wrote in terminal: sudo ntfsfix /dev/sdXY where sdXY is the partition I needed to mount, in my case - DATA partition. With this I can hibernate windows and still be able to use the DATA partition on lubuntu without losing the hibernated data on windows, which is on windows system partition.


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The problem is probably due to an incorrect reset of the graphic card/device after suspend and/or resume. In these cases, often performing the suspend/resume from a Virtual Console helps. (In the link above, you have detailed instructions).


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Also had a similar problem with Qiana Mint. The best I could manage after following many of the above was one hibernation - the second would freeze. var/log/syslog yielded an error on restart concerning "rsyslogd-2039". Here's the link http://kb.monitorware.com/kbeventdb-detail-id-6904.html Following that method produced different problems. I finally ...


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Go into terminal and type the following, sudo killall NetworkManager If that doesn't work, create a file named /etc/pm/sleep.d/10_resume_network containing #!/bin/sh #Tell Network Manager that resume was successful case "$1" in thaw) nmcli nm sleep false ;; esac Then chmod 775 /etc/pm/sleep.d/10_resume_network. I hope I found ...


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I've had the very same problem on my Lenovo Yoga. I've unchecked the 'Configure new displays when connected' checkbox at display settings dialog. Give it a try - I hope it helps.



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