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If the solution below does not work for you, try this one: Edit the file /etc/default/grub (as root) Change the line with: GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="" to: GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="acpi_sleep=nonvs" run update-grub (as root) Worked for me... Hope this can help you!


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Direct answer In order to achieve your goal (of running an X-session dependent user-space script when your machine resumes) you must: run the script as the appropriate user; and ensure the DISPLAY variable is set. I would move the line sleep 15 && synclient TapButton2=2 TapButton3=3 to a separate file say /usr/local/sbin/setupTouchpad.sh and ...


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I am also having this problem on 11.04. This was not always the case -- it just started happening to me some day, so my best guess is that it was due to some sort of software update. Nevertheless, it is extremely irritating. I found this thread, which suggests that you can add a script /etc/acpi/resume.d/50-xmodmap.sh that runs on wakeup to invoke xmodmap. ...


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The bottle neck is that you have to write 8 GB of RAM to disk, worse yet you have to sort through 6 GB of swap to determine which data goes with what. Maybe try shrinking the swap partition (or removing it entirely, you have enough RAM) and see if that helps at all. Otherwise, we'll need to see some log files. man dmesg and man syslog It could also be ...


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Just resize swap to 8GB because during hibernation the RAM data write into swap. How many data is able to write to swap now? 6 GB. How many data maybe writing to RAM? 8 GB. 8 minus 6 is 2 missed GB.


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try removing cryptsetup from your system, worked for me.


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I had the same issue after having installed fingerprint-gui in Ubuntu 12.04.1 64-bit. Uninstalling fingerprint-gui solved the problem. To uninstall fingerprint-gui, see this page for example: http://knowledge76.com/index.php/Fingerprint_Reader_Usage


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As Dirk suggested, I'm adding the solution as an answer: I might have found a fix for this by accident. I was reading about extending my battery life and it turned out the package "laptop-mode-tools" wasn't installed. The package doesn't work out-of-the-box on my notebook, but I found this: Unhandled kernel version error when trying to install ...


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This is pretty clearly a bug and not something that should have to be worked around or which could be fixed through user action. The best thing to do in these cases is to open a bug in launchpad so that Ubuntu developers can see it and track it. For suspend/resume or hibernate problems, it's best to open the bug against the linux kernel. You can do that ...


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What you are experiencing is a variation of this bug https://bugs.launchpad.net/unity/+bug/689831 however this person is using an Nvidia card. FUZxxl is correct that it seems to be a driver issue. Though I urge you to please visit the bug report, mark it as affecting you, and if you could please add any details that are specific to your own situation.


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Try update system maybe new update will help. Maybe you havent updated system for long time. Also googling problem may help find slow fix. I googled and found this is bug thats now beeing in fixing process so maybe even after month it will be fixed. U can help fixing by coding or commenting https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/605176 ...


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this worked for mi before i install ati drivers Edit the file /etc/default/grub (as root) Change the line with: GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="" to: GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="acpi_sleep=nonvs" run update-grub (as root) and this ohter one worked just fine after installing the ati drivers "I've solved a similar issue (reboot on resume) with a Sony Vaio VGN-FW51ZF by ...


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Look at the pm-powersave package, and see Why is wireless down/strange after switching to battery? for some help.


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There may be a problem with your ACPI ; Here is a workaround when your trackpad is frozen : Open a terminal (ALT+F2 gnome-terminal) and enter : sudo rmmod psmouse sudo modprobe psmouse


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Does that pointer move ? Is numlock light blinking ? Are you running unity or gnome ? here is some howto for debugging problems with suspend https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingKernelSuspendHibernateResume


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I just solved this for myself. I was having the same behavior, plus issues with Twinview. I found I was running the version 173 of the Nvidia driver, not the current recommended version. My setup: Dell Latitude e6400 Nvidia Quadro NVS 160M Using Twinview (but reproduces without Twinview too) First, execute the following command: ~$ cat ...



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