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Two solutions to Google Chrome problem: Use Ubuntu 14.10. I just upgraded from 14.04 to 14.10 and Chrome now works in Guest Session. Run Chrome from a terminal: Ctrl-shift-t to invoke terminal and then "google-chrome --no-sandbox" (without the quotation marks) to launch Chrome. P.s. You can use the account 'guest prefs' to create a shortcut that ...
If you have problems with the "standard" Ubuntu hibernate, have a look at TuxOnIce especially their Ubuntu PPA as these guys follow up their errors much faster then Canonical itself. I haven't had a single problem since starting to use them (and my laptop didn't work at all with Ubuntu hibernation...) That being said: you should never install a PPA because ...
You can use gsettings in your script to disable automatic suspend in power settings and again restoring the default behavior of power setting. Here is a simple configuration which first get the current timeout for sleep, disable it and after performing some task re-enable it. #!/bin/bash #get the current timeout for automatic suspend both for on battey ...
I used this guide and it worked for me but on my laptop I had to use "uswsusp" Ubuntu's Help Wiki Hibernate and see if hitting Shift when sending to Standbye helps
Suspend locks the disks because the power is cut. It is up to the computer's bios to unlock the drive again during resume. If it fails to do so, it is a bug in your bios and you will have to hope ( don't hold your breath ) that your motherboard vendor fixes it.
If your hardware is incompatible with the standard Ubuntu pm-hibernate, you might want to check out TuxOnIce. That is a very sophisticated hibernation program with its own PPA. That being said: you should never install a PPA because someone told you so (including me) until you've done some research and made a sound, personal judgement as to what the risks ...
I would also try removing (unmounting), formatting and readding (as swap) the linux-hibernate partition using gparted. Performing this possibly makes editing a config file (/etc/fstab) necessary. You will have to re-add the partition to this list to have it auto-mounted at boot again. If you need more help (e.g. exact syntax needed in fstab or about use of ...
Try turning off Light Locker. You can find it in Preferences > Light Locker Settings. Turn the "Enable light-locker" to Off. This may be what is turning off your screen after 10-15 minutes. Are you using a laptop or desktop? If you are using a laptop, please note that there are different settings for battery power or plugged-in. Also make sure in the ...
I solved my issue by disabling light locker and configured the supend by systemd. http://sourcedigit.com/12976-shutdown-hibernate-ubuntu-14-10-automatically-laptop-lid-closed/
Please see http://ubuntuhandbook.org/index.php/2014/10/enable-hibernate-option-in-ubuntu-14-10-unity/ for instructions on re-enabling hibernate.
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