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How to enable hibernate on Ubuntu 13.10? [duplicate]

Something I usually do after installing Ubuntu is reactivate the hibernation function. I find it quite useful to function for the more energy concious. Typically, I'd complete the instructions in ...
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Can't hibernate on lid close 13.10 [duplicate]

I've recently upgraded to 13.10 and I can't find the option to hibernate. My computer doesn't play ball when I suspend it (screen doesn't reactivate upon lifting the lid) so in 13.04 I always used ...
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How can I tell Ubuntu to do nothing when I close my laptop lid?

I would like closing the laptop lid to be a no-op. How can I do that?
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How to enable hibernation?

In Ubuntu 12.04 and newer, hibernation has been disabled by default in policykit. How can I enable this back?
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Hibernate missing in login screen

Re-enabling hibernation by adding a rule to policy kit added the option to hibernate to the desktop session as expected, but not for the login screen. How can I enable hibernation right from the ...
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How to enable hibernation in 16.04

I have lost the to me essential hibernate functionality after upgrading ubuntu. This is normal, but unfortunately I could not reenable it this time. I tried these three previous solutions: setting 3 ...
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How to enable hibernation on ubuntu 16.04?

I know there are lots of threads about this already, but none of them works for me. I tried the solution mentioned here: How to enable hibernation in 16.04 Xubuntu 14.04: how to enable hibernate? How ...
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Hibernation and suspension problems in Lubuntu 14.04 [closed]

I have problems when suspending and hibernating my computer when using Lubuntu 14.04. I click the shutdown icon in the lower right corner off the screen, and when I choose Hibernate, I get an error:...
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Driver support for Lenovo X1 Carbon (3rd Gen) in Ubuntu

I am a big fan of Ubuntu and I use it with Gnome in my Dell Latitude E7440. I am about to join a company where I have an option between a MacBook Pro and a ThinkPad. I am planning to go with the ...
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Hibernate option doesn't appear in the shutdown menu(s) [closed]

In 13.04, I enabled hibernation by following these instructions: You can also enable the hibernate option in the menus. To do that, use your favorite text editor to create /etc/polkit-1/...
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Hibernate dialog apears but doesn't hibernate?

Followed this Question and now whenever I press the button hibernate it just take me to the login screen. For critical battery I wanted it to hibernate on specific battery % and for that I followed ...
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Hibernate option missing from menu

Running 14.04.1 LTS (kernel 3.13.0-53) Since updating to 3.13.0-53 the hibernate menu option has gone awol. I have tested that pm-hibernate still works and that swap is larger than memory. I did ...
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Hibernation kills all programs

Following this answer I was able to restore hibernation on my Ubuntu Vivid Vervet 15.04. Unfortunately after hiberate/restore all running programs are gone, as if it was a regular power-off. Any ...
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Hibernation still not available [duplicate]

tried the workaround posted here How to enable hibernation? but not even after rebooting, updating grub or kilall unity-panel-service commands do reset unity but no hibernation is available on "start" ...
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Do I need a separate swap partition for hibernation or I may use usual system swap partition?

I use Ubuntu 19.04. I have not enough physical memory (only 8 GB), thus I regularly use swap partition to extend my virtual memory. (Swap partition size is ≈ 9 GB.) And now I want to set up ...