Actually I'm having issues when trying to hibernate on my computer, it does nothing after I try to hibernate using Lubuntu 18.10

lxqt-leave --hibernate

 (0x7ffd4d782c90) Warning: Icon theme "breeze" not found.
 (0x7ffd4d782c90) Debug: systemd: "CanHibernate" = "no"
 (0x7ffd4d782c90) Warning: ** Dbus error **************************
 (0x7ffd4d782c90) Warning: Error name  "org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.InvalidArgs"
 (0x7ffd4d782c90) Warning: Error msg   "No such interface “org.freedesktop.DBus.Properties”"
 (0x7ffd4d782c90) Warning: ****************************************
 (0x7ffd4d782c90) Warning: dbusCall: QDBusInterface is invalid "org.freedesktop.ConsoleKit" "/org/freedesktop/ConsoleKit/Manager" "org.freedesktop.ConsoleKit.Manager" "CanHibernate"

echo $?

I know it's a recent Ubuntu distro and probably that's why I found nothing related that would be solve tha problem, I just found an issue on lxqt github talking about that.

Have you some workaround for that situation?

  • do you have a swap space? – user47206 Nov 19 '18 at 12:58
  • @cipricus Yes I do, I found a solution, looks like after Ubuntu 16 you have to specify the swap partition uuid on kernel params reference – deFreitas Nov 19 '18 at 21:38
  • would you please post that as answer? – user47206 Nov 19 '18 at 23:40

After some researching I found that after Ubuntu 18 it's required to configure UUID on kernel initialization to get hibernation to work

Find your swap partition UUID

$ cat /etc/fstab  | grep swap
# swap was on /dev/sda4 during installation
UUID=d68dc416-6d9a-4f29-8d9d-fabb3f9d8a72 none            swap    sw              0       0

Then update kernel init params with swap UUID, something like below

$ cat /etc/default/grub 
GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash resume=UUID=d68dc416-6d9a-4f29-8d9d-fabb3f9d8a72"

Last step is to update grub

sudo update-grub

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Got the same problem.

Don't know if this helps, for me this works:

sudo systemctl hibernate
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