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sudo pm hibernate -h now
Apparently, it seems to work and the screen turns off. But I can still hear the fan inside cabinet turning and the light in the front turned on to green. I can't figure out how to wake it up. Moving the mouse, pressing Ctrl+Alt+Del on keyboard doesn't work. If I press the button on the cabinet, it has a hard reboot and doesn't use the disk image (if any) to restore my session. So does it actually go to suspension rather than hibernate? I was under the impression that suspension is possible only with laptops. In any case, how to wake it up?
P. S. I have two drives sda and sdb and have a 10GB swap partition on sdb. Is that enough?