Ubuntu Installation :: U10.0.4 LTS Can Not Wake Up After Hibernate And Suspend / Solve This?

May 19, 2010

It was working in version 9, after I install the new one Ubuntu 10.0.4 LTS, it can not wake up after hibernate and suspend. I am using Dell studio Desktop

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Ubuntu :: Hibernate And Suspend- Can't Wake Up

May 4, 2010

I can Suspend or Hibernate my Gateway notebook but I have no idea how to wake it up.The power button is set to suspend or hibernate....I not sure which it does, but I can't wake the computer up.

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Ubuntu :: Suspend Or Hibernate / Computer Refuses To Go Into Hibernate Or Suspend?

Mar 16, 2010

Just got Ubuntu 9.10 and I'm liking it a lot, but my computer refuses to go into hibernate or suspend. I have a Dell M1530 but I don't really think it's a dell hardware issue because it's not just when I close the screen, it's also when I click suspend or hibernate from the menu.

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Jul 9, 2011

I installed the debian 6 on the tninkpad T42, use the Suspend,it can entry the suspend state´╝îI type the key let it come back, it can exit the suspend state, But the screen always display "black",can't come back the X window.

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Jan 16, 2010

I am having a problem with a slow wake up from the hibernate in karmic with gnome.My desktop has 2GB of ram and 4GB of swap.m doing standard hibernate from the menu.Hibernation takes 44s, which I can live with for now. But wake up measured from grub boot menu to unlock dialog takes 2m 47s. I think it's reasonable to expect it to take less than a minute.

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Ubuntu :: HDD Not Properly Mounted After Wake From Hibernate?

Jul 12, 2011

I'm using Ubuntu on a PC with two HDD's (/dev/sda, /dev/sdb) as a fileserver. Some directories on the second HDD (/dev/sdb) are being shared via Samba.

-> /dev/sdb1 ext4
-> /dev/sdb2 ext4


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Ubuntu :: Won't Wake From Suspend

Apr 9, 2010

new to Ubuntu and enjoying using it, trying out Ubuntu as an alternative to vista, the only thing i have been able to do is suspend and then wake my pc, it fails to wake, is there a workaround for this

have changed settings so pc sleeps after 1 hour, it was on never, i,m running ubuntu9.10 my pc will wake but i have a black screen with mouse icon showing but i,m unable to get any response, all well again after a reset

put pc in suspend and went out, on returning home started pc via on/off switch instead of pressing space bar (any key) hey presto Ubuntu woke up no problem

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Ubuntu :: Won't Wake Up From Suspend?

Jun 25, 2010

I'm running Linux Mint 9 (aka Ubuntu 10.04 + a couple of tweaks), and my machine won't wake up from suspend.It hasn't done so successfully since Ubuntu 8.04. I'm running the default graphics driver (not the proprietary NVidia one) on a quad-core Gateway FX. How can I go about figuring out the problem?

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Ubuntu :: Laptop Won't Wake Up From Suspend?

Jan 5, 2010

All I want to do is to be able to shut the lid on my laptop, have it go into suspend like it already does, but upon opening it again, successfully start up again. It'll sleep just fine, but if you close the lid and try to open it again later, the lights will indicate it is starting up, but the screen won't initialize, and I am left with a blank, black screen.I've tried a line of code to enter into my menu.lst file, and it seemed like it should work, but it borked my computer and I had to manually reinstate the line of code it had before.

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Ubuntu :: Can't Get Sound After Wake From Suspend / Fix It?

May 7, 2010

For some reason when I wake my computer up, there is no sound. No matter what I try through the terminal, or by playing with the volume controls, no audio. I can only get audio working again by a restart.

Does anybody know why, and/or how to fix?

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Ubuntu :: 10.10 Very Slow On Wake From Suspend CPU 100%

Nov 30, 2010

My computer runs really well when I first switch on, and usually I'll leave it on all day, and just suspend it when I'm not using it.But since a couple of days ago, it's been playing up after waking from suspend. Everything slows to a crawl, and the system monitor shows the CPU working at 96-100% permanently, even when I'm not doing anything.It's not like I even have many apps open. Generally I'll have a few tabs going on Opera, have Thunderbird open, and Gwibber. I'll open and close gedit and gimp as I need them, and that's about it. Having said that, this new version of Thunderbird seems very slow to me compared with the previous one.

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Ubuntu :: Cairo-dock Not Auto-hiding When Laptop Wake Up From Hibernate?

Jun 17, 2010

I have a problem with Cairo-dock not auto-hiding when my laptop wake up from hibernate. Anyone know a quick fix for this? Ubuntu 10.04 Cairo-dock with OpenGL

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Hardware :: Suspend / Wake And CPU Visualization

Jun 18, 2010

Here is the latest in my saga of me vs. Suspend in Utuntu.

Dell Studio XPS 8000 desktop
i7-860 CPU
swap area set to 9 GB (because I was experimenting with hibernate)
nVIdia GeForce GT220 1 GB
Ubuntu 10.04 64 bit, all patches, nVidia-current 195.36.24

So I was poking around in BIOS and looking at CPU Features. I have also a problem with my VMWare machines sucking up a core or 2 at 100% after suspending and waking the host. Just for the halibut I Disabled CPU Visualization. My VMWare XP guest now starts up a lot faster! (?) and I have discovered. If I do a suspend of the host BEFORE starting and LOGGING IN to a VM it seems to work great. I can wake the host and am presented with the locked screen dialog asking for my password. I have done about 20 suspend/wakes with no problems. So far, so good.

Upon further testing I find that I can start a VMWare or Virtualbox XP guest machine and still suspend/wake - at least so far with a limited number of tries. Most importantly, if I log into the guest (VMWare or Virtualbox) I find that suspend/wake fails 100% of the time. By fail I mean that the host suspends but when I attempt to wake it I find that I am logged out of the host and all programs which were running at suspend time are no longer running. Firefox restores the previous session indicating that it was shut down incorrectly or unexpectedly.

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Ubuntu :: Kernel Panic - Fails To Wake Up From Suspend

Apr 21, 2011

I've had this problem two times before and solved it once by following a guide, the other time by formatting. It always happens when it fails to wake up from suspend. Usually I am unable to even mount the drive or access the files. This one is different in that now I can actually access my files for the most part but this comes up on boot. I backed up most of my files (except it still says I don't have permission to access some of them) but I would like to get it back up and running without formatting. If I boot in recovery mode it stops at this. I took a picture but I rewrote some of it here.

Firewire_core: created device fw0: GUID 00016c000061b4b4. S4???
in/sh: cannot open ro
Kernel panic - not syncing: attempted to kill init!
Call Trace:
[<c05c8283>] ? printk+0x2d/0x32
Image posted here: [URL]

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Ubuntu :: Wake From Suspend Time Increased After Update?

Jul 22, 2011

I am running 11.04. After an update about a week and a half ago, the time to wake from suspend increased from about 3 seconds to well over 40 seconds. It now, sometimes, takes me longer to wake from suspend than a normal boot takes. Has anyone else encountered this problem/found a fix or workaround?

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Debian Configuration :: Suspend - Wake Up Failed

Oct 4, 2010

Suspend worked before I completely reinstalled Testing from scratch. Now it seems to suspend OK, but when it tries to wake up it fails. Details here: [URL]

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Debian Multimedia :: Laptop Does Not Wake Up From Suspend

Oct 14, 2010

I have an Acer 1551 4755, with Debian Squeeze. Normally my Debian Squeeze installations and suspending work fine on my other 2 laptops. For some reason this one is troubled. I can put into sleep with "pm-suspend" or "pm-hibernate" but the thing is that my laptop never wakes up. I endup restarting.

here is the hardware and module list


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Debian Hardware :: Can't Wake Up From Suspend With Closed Lid

Jun 5, 2014

I use my laptop connected to an external monitor, so I would like it to wake up from suspend with a wireless keyboard. I could manage to do it when the lid is open, however, when the laptop lid is closed, it doesn't. So I need to open laptop lid each time and it is annoying.

This is how I make it wake up with wireless keyboard:

# echo enabled > /sys/bus/usb/devices/1-2/power/wakeup

I'm using debian jessie. How to make it work when lid is closed?

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OpenSUSE Hardware :: Wake-up On Lan From Suspend / Sleep?

May 26, 2010

Firstly, wol works fine from shutdown and hibernate; it's just suspend which doesn't work.

I've got 2 types of workstations, all running 11.1. They both have this kernel: #1 SMP 2010-02-22 16:49:47 +0100 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

Type 1 is a dell optiplex 745, bios version 2.4.1. Here's the relevant bit from lspci:
03:00.0 Ethernet controller: Broadcom Corporation NetXtreme BCM5754 Gigabit Ethernet PCI Express (rev 02)
Kernel driver in use: tg3
Kernel modules: tg3


The fact that it's happening across two different machines makes me wonder if it is some OS setting I've missed, but then maybe neither card/driver supports it from suspend.

I'd really like to get them waking from suspend because training users to use suspend rather than hibernate would be a pain. Also, being able to configure such that it only wakes from suspend and not hibernate/shutdown, as implied in the bios, would allow me to wake machines up for backups etc only when the users are here, rather than on holiday/seconded to another department etc.

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Hardware :: Wake From Suspend State Via USB Device?

Jul 10, 2011

I have an USB keyboard attached to a laptop, and I can suspend the laptop via the sleep button on the keyboard. However, I can't wake the computer again by using either the connected USB mouse or the keyboard. How do I fix this? I am running Ubuntu Netbook Version 10.04.

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Ubuntu :: Can't Suspend Or Hibernate?

Apr 13, 2010

I recently installed Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx. When I partitioned my HDD, I ran out of available partitions and so couldn't make a Swap Partition.I pushed on anyway, because I read here that you can create a Swap File instead of a partition that does the same thing. I've made the Swap File and it's activated (I know because during shutdown there's a message that flashes very quickly that says "Deactivating Swap [OK]".

But here's the real problem. My Ubuntu refuses to Suspend or Hibernate. The screen just goes black and the backlight stays on. Since one of the main functions of the swap file is to facilitate Suspend and Hibernate,I upgraded from 9.10 Karmic Koala, which suspended and hibernated normally.

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Hardware :: Cannot Wake From Suspend With Logitech EX100 Cordless Desktop

Sep 10, 2010

I am trying to make my computer to wake from suspend by either pressing a key or clicking the mouse. (It doesn't by default.) I have a Logitech EX100 Cordless Desktop. I tried enabling USB1 (the port the receiver is plugged into) in /proc/acpi/wakeup, but now the computer wakes up instantly when I try to put it to sleep. Anyone know how to make it stay asleep, and then wake up when I either click the mouse or press a key?

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Ubuntu :: Cannot Suspend (hibernate Or Sleep)

Mar 15, 2010

kubuntu 9.10, KDE 4.4.1, Nvidia driver 195

jeff@jeff-lappy:~$ sudo hibernate hibernate:Warning: Tuxonice binary signature file not found. Some modules failed to unload: nvidia hibernate: Aborting suspend due to errors in ModulesUnloadBlacklist (use --force to override).

I even installed this tuxonice thing but to no avail...

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Ubuntu :: Suspend And Hibernate Not Working?

Oct 15, 2010

My suspend and hibernate buttons are not working. When I try to return from a suspend, I do not get a kernel panic, but nothing loads onto the screen.

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Ubuntu :: Log Files For Suspend/hibernate?

Jan 12, 2011

which ubuntu log file records when a suspend happened?I was ssh'ing into my ubuntu box periodically yesterday, when I discovered that it was no longer reachable. On getting home last night I discovered that it was still switched on, but I think in suspend mode as moving the mouse brought it back to life. The clock however, still showed 12:15pm, which is roughly when I stopped being able to ssh to it. I'd like to see the logs to confirm this.

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Ubuntu :: Unable To Suspend Or Hibernate?

Feb 12, 2011

My Ubuntu 10.10 on my laptop Lenovo T400 is not able to suspend or hibernate. Whenever I click Suspend or Hibernate in Startup options of the OS: * the moon LED on the bottom of the lid flashes a few seconds, the screen quickly shows something like "some devices fail to suspend, error 5", * and then the moon LED goes off and the display still has ambient light illumination. I suppose in suspend or hibernation state, the display should have no illumination, just like when the laptop is turned off, right? * If I press any key, the unlock screen dialogue will pop out. I have installed 'acpi-support' and 'hibernate 1.99-1.1'. But I don't know how to use these methods to suspend or hibernate my OS. Are they by commands in terminate, or can they be called by clicking Suspend or Hibernate in Startup options of the OS? For example, I type the hibernation command and it shows something is missing although I have installed "tuxonice-userui" ( I don't know if it will provide Tuxonice binary signature file):

$ sudo hibernate
hibernate:Warning: Tuxonice binary signature file not found.


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OpenSUSE Hardware :: Devices Involved In Wake From Sleep - Suspend To Memory

Apr 17, 2011

I have openSUSE 11.4 KDE (upgraded to Tumbleweed but that's not relevant here). The computer is a Dell Optiplex. My sleep (suspend to ram) and wake (restore from ram) work very well. The box can multiboot to windows 7 as well as to Linux.

In Linux, the restore process is triggered by pressing the power button on the front of the case. No other action will bring it awake.

In windows, the restore process is triggered by the power button but also by moving the mouse or touching the Escape key, spacebar etc.

Here's the question: how do I get the computer to wake in Linux by activating a key (or mouse, whatever) instead of just the power button (which is under the desk and hard to get to)?

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Ubuntu :: MSI V601 Laptop That Won't Come Out From Neither Suspend Nor Hibernate

Jan 15, 2010

I've a MSI V601 laptop that won't come out from neither suspend nor hibernate and I tried almost everything so far...what shall I do?

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Ubuntu :: Laptop Suddenly Won't Hibernate Or Suspend?

Feb 25, 2010

I think it might have to do with an app I installed called Jupiter (http://sourceforge.net/projects/jupiter/) that missed with my power configs, I removed it but I still can't hibernate or suspend. Whenever I try to do either, my screen fades to black and nothing happens. If I move the mouse or touch the keyboard, it comes back.

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Ubuntu :: Computer Will Not Resume From Hibernate/suspend?

Apr 7, 2010

I just got a Dell Inspiron 1764 and am dual booting it with Win7 and Ubuntu 9.10.Whenever I hibernate or suspend, it goes through everything fine, but then when I resume it just boots to a black screen and I have to do a hard shutdown. Is there a fix for this? I know it's a fairly common issue.

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