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It's safe to use hibernation on Ubuntu. It's just not tested on all hardware out there... Micro$soft has much more money then Canonical and can test many more machines (or have the vendors themselves test it for them as they have a near market monopoly)


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Well, after waiting for more than 6 months, the updates I got seem to have solved the problem. Hibernating works now. The only drawback is that after suspending to ram, the sound does not work, though it can be re-enabled by hibernating followed immediately by a wake up.


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FWIW - Hibernate seems to work "out of the box" for me on Linux Mint 17.1 (Cinnamon, 64-bit, if it matters) I was pleasantly surprised. But ... This guy seems to recommend disabling it https://sites.google.com/site/easylinuxtipsproject/mint-cinnamon-first#TOC-Disable-hibernation-suspend-to-disk-


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I get this problem sometimes, here is how I fix it. Just press Ctrl+Alt+T on your keyboard to open Terminal. When it opens, run the command(s) below: sudo service network-manager restart Enter your password, and press Enter


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The easiest procedure to get rid of the Windows 7 hibernation problem is to boot into Windows, click the start button, type cmd and right-click on the icon on the top of your menu, left-click on "Run as an administrator", enter the admin username/password or click "yes" to continue, and type powercfg.exe /hibernate off and all your Windows 7 hibernation ...


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Open terminal and input the following command; we need to see if Power Management is enabled on that card. iwconfig wlan0 By running this code, we should see an output of something like this: jayadmin@jayadmin-OptiPlex-GX280:~$ iwconfig wlan0 wlan0 IEEE 802.11bgn ESSID:"MU WiFi" Mode:Managed Frequency:2.412 GHz Access Point: ...


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I would run sudo service network-manager restart sudo makes it superuser, or root, so you're allowed to run it. service runs a script, removing most environment variables and with the directory set to /. network-manager tells it the service we want, and restart stops and starts that process.


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Ubuntu Unity now uses dconf instead of gconf. Read this answer on how to modify settings. The keys you are looking for are stored in org.gnome.settings-daemon.plugins.power For example $ gsettings set org.gnome.settings-daemon.plugins.power sleep-inactive-ac-type 'hibernate' will change the idle action on AC power to 'hibernate'. You can still set the ...


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TL;DR: You can when hibernated, you can't when suspended. When you are suspended, the memory of the current OS is still stored in RAM. You can't just wake up into another operating system from being suspended, because only one operating system can occupy the process and ram at a time. Having two operating systems with the same RAM won't work. When ...


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I gave up, so I made a backup of my home directory using a LiveUSB and chroot, and then I reinstalled Ubuntu 14.04. After that I upgraded the system again, only to find that it was actually the 14.10 upgrade that broke the system. I suspect that this bug might be the culprit, but I'm not sure, as I couldn't really reproduce the efibootmgr steps ...


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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 Edit: Did you fsck /boot partition? In this case (separate /boot partition) the correct grub-install command is grub-install ...


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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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