After digging through Net, this seems like a recurring problem :).

My laptop will not resume after suspend/hibernate.

Under mother Microsoft there were no problems, but then I installed Scientific Linux 6.5 - a recompiled version of Red Hat Enterprise 6.5. Suspend/Hibernate did not work there, however, I did not try to fix that, I was still dual booting back then.

Then I installed Ubuntu 14.10, walked through some DEs, settled with Gnome 3. Suspension still does not work.

It is kernel oops/panic since sys rq commands do not work and all I see is black screen - Caps Lock/Num Pad do not flash and no lines or underscores. Also crash report says so :P.

Do I have to wait for bug fix, or are there some folks, who could help me a bit quicker?

I guess my problem is not Ubuntu-specific though.

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    have you tried Tuxonice?
    – Fabby
    Dec 7, 2014 at 20:21
  • Installing, will let you know, how it works out.
    – julka
    Dec 8, 2014 at 7:25
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    @Fabby you deserve a cookie! Can't find "upvote comment" or +rep button...
    – julka
    Dec 8, 2014 at 7:46
  • Oh, I need 15 rep. Bookmarked page.
    – julka
    Dec 8, 2014 at 7:52

1 Answer 1


TuxOnIce provides the best way of enabling hibernation when the standard Ubuntu hibernation fails.

sudo apt-get install hibernate
sudo apt-get install tuxonice-userui

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