Ubuntu :: Suspend And Hibernate Don't Work Properly - Forced To Manually Reboot

Mar 18, 2010

When I put my computer running Ubuntu 9.10 into suspend or hibernate the screen goes black with a little flashing underscore in the corner and when I try to bring the computer out of suspend or hibernate nothing happens and I am forced to manually reboot.

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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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Ubuntu :: Suspend / Hibernate Doesn't Work

Feb 9, 2011

The OS is Lucid 64-bit . Before I begin I must say suspend/hibernate works fine with 3 other machines, so I'm trying to find out what's wrong with this one. I tried [URL].. and also I tried changing acpi-support. It currently is as this:


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Debian Configuration :: Suspend And Hibernate Do Not Work At All

Sep 6, 2011

I've been running 6.0.2 amd64 stable since release day and recently have noticed my suspend and hibernate do not work. Normally I have transmission running and have set it to not enter sleep mode while torrents are active. However today I have not had transmission and was wanting to see if the sleep mode options would kick in. So I have set my display to "sleep when inactive for" 5 mins (this works perfect)
I have set "put computer to sleep when inactive for" 10 mins (this does not work at all)

When I try to manually test suspend my display flashes black for a few seconds but remains backlit, then asks me to log back in
When I manually go into hibernate mode my display turns off, pops back on for a second and in a terminal says something about a usb device (something failed but it happens so fast I cannot read it)

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Debian :: Using Suspend Not Hibernate In Lenny / Get It To Work?

Oct 4, 2009

How do I enable suspend in Lenny currently I can shut down or hibernate. In ubuntu on a different computer I can suspend which resumes very quickly can this work on Lenny also it does not hibernate properly anyway, there are error messages.

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General :: Hibernate / Suspend Doesn't Work

Aug 4, 2011

First of all let me introduce myself. My name is Rasheed and i am from UAE, after not having any reply from a week in Fedora's official forum i came across the linuxquestions through google and hoping to help others and resolve my issues as well with the help of experts here. So here is my problem what i am currently having. I am going through a serious issue right now. My laptop crashes when SUSPEND/HIBERNATE or unplugging the laptop's charger.

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Fedora :: Hibernate / Suspend Doesn't Work - Caps Lock Starts Blinking

Aug 1, 2011

everything works perfect including reboot and shutdown but not the hibernate or suspend (sleep). Whenever i try to do Suspend, my caps lock starts blinking and the screen goes white

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General :: Can Hibernate / Reboot Instead Of Hibernate / Poweroff?

Apr 10, 2010

I'm using pm-hibernate, and would like to reboot the machine after it's done hibernating, rather than having the machine turn off.Is there a way to do this with pm-hibernate, or any other Linux hibernate thing?

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Ubuntu Servers :: Forced Fsck Hangs On Reboot?

Jan 12, 2010

I am running 9.04 Server (standalone). It had been running fine since I installed in last autumn. Upon reboot, fsck of the root filesystem was forced and it hangs at the same point (16.5%) every time. I was able to break out somehow with cntl-alt-del but the boot was to a read-only filesystem. So I couldn't disable the forced fsck. Instead, I tried to fsck there. It started, but hung. I couldn't do e2fsck -v as it needed the device and, although I worked on UNIX systems for decades, I am not familiar with the /dev/mapper stuff.

Looking at other threads, all involving the desktop GUI Ubuntu, I tried some of the suggestions. Went into the BIOS to see what I could disable. I killed the serial port and similar. (Some said that onboard modems interfered with the checks in /dev.) I also tried to boot from my original installation disk. That does work.The suggestion is to choose "Try without any change to your computer". The problem is that is not available on the server installation, apparently only the desktop (GUI). I had install, check CD for defects, test memory, boot from first hard disk, and something like repair or recover a broken disk. I started the last of them, as it seemed to be the only option. It failed because it couldn't get a dhcp address. I could manually configure it (as it is hard addressed anyway), but I didn't want to start screwing up configurations not knowing where it was going, whayt it would ry to do, and risk losing months of hard work.

Without help, I think I will be forced to install the OS on a second drive, use that install to fsck the original filesystem on the original disk, edit the fstab (or whichever has the config) on the original disk to disable fsck, and return to the original boot.I am building this server for a nonprofit and have put in many hours writing mysql/perl apache cgi code for them as a free service and hate to lose it all and set back everything.

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CentOS 5 :: How To Know What Process Was Busying Before Forced Reboot

Mar 22, 2009

My centos machine suddenly stuck, the hdd LED flashes constantly, and the system reacts to all my operations very slow. I even cannot log in to a native terminal (always timeout). I had no choice, I pressed the power button. Reboot once failed. The system failed to find mount points.

I inserted the installation disk into computer and entered rescue mode. But I found everything was there. And another reboot brought up the system. I wonder what was the process that stuck my system.

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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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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 :: 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 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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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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Ubuntu :: Disable Suspend And Hibernate Options?

May 8, 2010

I was looking for a way to disable the Suspend and Hibernate options from the logout menu as my laptop hangs on both and requires unplugging/battery removal to restart.

I found a few pages with instructions for older Ubuntu versions but I didn't come across anything that applied directly to 10.04 Lucid Lynx so I thought I'd post what I found worked for me on 10.04.

Open a Terminal from the Applications>Accessories>Terminal. Because the file you will be editing requires root privileges to edit, you will need to use the sudo command:

sudo gedit /usr/share/polkit-1/actions/org.freedesktop.upower.policy

Enter your password. This will then open the settings file in the text editor with the needed permissions (opening the file directly with the editor you will get an error message if you try to save the file). There are two sections in this file, the first for suspend and the second for hibernate. Near the end of each section will be a line with:


Change this from Yes to No to disable. Save the changes and reboot.


Now the power menu will not display these options. To reverse changes just repeat the above and change from no back to yes.

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Ubuntu :: Thinkpad - No Suspend / Hibernate Or Resume

May 9, 2010

I've got a Thinkpad X31 with ATI M6 Ly card. Since Karmic, and Lucid, I get no suspend/hibernate/resume. If/when I select resume or close the lid, Lucid goes through the suspend cycle, and for approximately half a second it actually seems to go into suspend, then the screen comes back on, black, but definitely on, and absolutely no response to any keyboard input - have to hard-shutdown by holding down the power button. I've read that the problem is with the Ubuntu kernel, and that installing/compiling 2.6.33 fixes the issue, but causes other ones.

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Ubuntu / Apple :: Suspend And Hibernate Not Working On MBP 6,2?

Jun 6, 2010

When I try either one I just get the lock screen where I have to enter my password to return to my session, but the computer never suspends or hibernates.

I've installed nvidia dkms support.

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Ubuntu :: Add Option To Allow Hibernate And Suspend When Loged Out

Sep 7, 2010

The other day somebody sat next to me whom I don't feel like entering in my password around, and I wanted to take my computer elsewhere. If I put my computer in my backpack while it's running, my computer will get hot, and the batteries will drain. So I'd like to put my computer in hibernate, or suspend mode, but my computer was already locked, and I couldn't hibernate or suspend without logging in, but I didn't want to enter my password around this guy so I could hibernate or suspend, so I was stuck.

I know there are reasons to keep things the way they are, (like maybe a server environment, etc...) and maybe it should default the way it is now, but I'd like the option to add the ability to hibernate and/or suspend when logged out, at the log in screen and/or a locked screen, without having to use a password.

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Ubuntu :: Screen Flicker After Suspend / Hibernate?

Oct 4, 2010

All is in the thread title. When I log back in after suspend or hibernate I get a lot of flickering on the screen. I noticed (I think) that it calms down a bit when streaming video from the net, if that gives any clue...

I'm using a dual boot with Vista basic/lucid lynx on an Acer Aspire 5100 laptop.

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Ubuntu :: Netbook 10.10 Suspend Hibernate Missing?

Oct 13, 2010

After upgrading to 10.10 on my asus netbook suspend and hibernate is missing, how can i fix this?

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Ubuntu :: Suspend And Hibernate Options Lost

Jan 5, 2011

There are no more suspend and hibernate options. I don't know when they disappeared.Before that I installed "laptop-mode-tools", but when I found that those two options are lost, I deleted (sudo apt-get remove) it.

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Ubuntu :: Hangs On Suspend/hibernate Screen?

Jan 12, 2011

Ok so I'm still a bit of a Ubuntu n00b and I just installed 10.04 on my new laptop (Asus U35F) and it's working pretty well except for one problem.. Every time the laptop goes to sleep/suspends/hibernates, when I try to resume it again it hangs. So I end up seeing the screen to re-log in and I can usually move my mouse around and start typing my password in and all of that for maybe a second, but after that it just freezes!

Especially since right now Ubuntu is the only operating system I have running, and since I use this in school and need to conserve battery as much as possible so it stays running through 6 hours of class, I really need to get this fixed up soon..

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Ubuntu :: Disable Hibernate, Sleep And Suspend In 10.10?

Mar 11, 2011

Is it possible to disable hibernate, sleep and suspend in Ubuntu 10.10? I have found none of these to work properly on my PC.

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Ubuntu :: No Suspend Or Hibernate - System Froze

Mar 31, 2011

Machine is a Dell Optiplex GX260, Pentium 4 with ATI Radeon RV200 QW [Radeon 7500]. I believe this is an AGP graphics card. I also believe that the graphics card is the root of my problem. In Karmic, I could get the computer to suspend. but it would not resume. The monitor would not initiate and it seemed as though the system froze. Only way out was a hard reboot. Hibernate worked for me without any problems, so it was no deal breaker. Now in Meerkat, Suspend behaves exactly as before. However, I can not get the system to go into hibernation.

The monitor goes down, but the system seems to freeze and never go down. I have tried editing the options in the acpi-support file to no avail. I have tried disabling compiz (which works amazingly well with this card), to no avail. I am using the open-source drivers and I have not tried the closed-source drivers in this system. I tried the closed-source drivers in Karmic and they made no difference. I may try un-installing the ATI card and fall back on the on-board Intel chipset to see if that solves the problem. Only then, I will loose 3d effects, etc.

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Ubuntu :: 11.04 Doesn't Shut Down Suspend Or Hibernate

Jul 9, 2011

I recently installed Ubuntu 11.04 on a HP Pavillion Elite HPE-515sc. Product information is here: [URL]

After I installed I could shut down the computer. Then I tried hibernating and it hanged. I tried also suspending, it hanged as well. After that, I could not shut down computer with software, I have to use the power off button.

how to fix these problems (shutting down, hibernating and suspending)?

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