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Can't hibernate (suspend in swap)

Postby benlz on Fri Apr 12, 2013 5:55 am

Hi, I'm running LMDE Cinnamon on my netbook. I've got 1GB RAM and 2GB linux-swap partition.
When I try to hibernate the system, it regularly turn off, but it does not suspend on disc, because when I turn on the system, it boot normally.. like I did a normal poweroff.

So I take a look on gparted, and it shows /dev/sda1 partition (the linux-swap partition) as "unknown"... then I successfully formatted it as linux-swap, I activated the swap, closed gparted and tried to hibernate again, but it did not work again, and it shows again /dev/sda1 as "unknown"...

I've never had this issue with several ubuntu- debian- mandriva- based distros.
I hope someone can help.

PS: The system is up to date, and I'm running with 686-pae kernel, since I've got a dual-cpu.
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Re: Can't hibernate (suspend in swap)

Postby benlz on Fri Apr 12, 2013 5:48 pm

No ideas? :(
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Re: Can't hibernate (suspend in swap)

Postby JOJOmanLV on Sun Apr 14, 2013 2:44 am

Helo... Mybe try to insatll swap partition as the last one...
so the partition list...
/boot
/ or /root
/home
/swap

with friend we discuss about that where need to be swap partition he told that need loks like that..
/boot
/swap
/ or /root
/home

mybe you can try realy don't now how it would help you but lets try...

I use /swap as last one...
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