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I had the same problem too. Simply open /etc/default/grub.cfg file as root and find the line which says something like GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="............" And paste these lines into the double quotes: acpi_osi= vconsole.font=latarcyrheb-sun16 $([ -x /usr/sbin/rhcrashkernel-param ] && /usr/sbin/rhcrashkernel-param || :) rd.luks=0 rd.lvm=0 rd.md=0 ...


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For me it is important to just disable the "automatic Suspend" Because I still want to be able to do the "manual Suspend" in /etc/polkit-1/localauthority/50-local.d/com.ubuntu.disable-suspend.pkla So, I used: [Disable suspend (upower)] Identity=unix-user:* Action=org.freedesktop.upower.suspend ResultActive=no ResultInactive=no ResultAny=no [Disable ...


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Just to complete the solution: To disable the deep sleep in the X1's BIOS, reboot your X1 press F12 immediately after startup to enter BIOS press Tab to select "App Menu" press Enter to enter "Setup" press → to select the "Config" press ↓ until you get to "Power", then ENTER press ↓ until you get to "Intel (R) Rapid Start Technology" press Enter to ...


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This can be done through DBus no need for sudo or higher privileges. You may create an alias or script for it. dbus-send --session --dest=org.freedesktop.PowerManagement \ /org/freedesktop/PowerManagement \ org.freedesktop.PowerManagement.Suspend Better to explore for all available option using d-feet. Install d-feet sudo apt-get install d-feet ...


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I had a similar issue. I managed to get hibernate to work again by changing the graphics card driver. Under additional drivers I have the following: NVIDIA binary driver 331.113 - causes the error above NVIDIA legacy binary driver 304.125 - hibernate works with this Nouveau display driver - - hibernate works with this, but I would get other errors ...


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I am not sure that any damage has been done, but I don't see how powering off your device could make it worse at this point. You will need to reinstall Ubuntu though. Install it in the 17G partition, which should be formatted as ext4 and with / as the mount point. The bootloader should also go on the disk (not the partition) to let you choose the OS. The ...


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According to, http://www.pugetsystems.com/labs/articles/Introduction-to-Self-Encrypting-Drives-SED-557/ In the case of SEDs, the main downside is that once the drive has been unlocked, it remains so until the power to the drive has been cut. In other words, if you simply reboot the computer or put it into sleep, the drive remains unlocked. It is not ...


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Have you tried? $ sudo apt-get check If you have some library problems, that command will tell you. In that case, you can solve it using: $ sudo apt-get -f install This will repair broken dependencies, that could be the problem.



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