AW: Re: Cannot suspend now?

c. marlow chris at
Wed Jun 4 18:11:52 UTC 2014

On 06/04/2014 07:54 AM, Israel wrote:
> On 06/04/2014 12:33 AM, c. marlow wrote:
>> on 06/03/2014 10:55 PM, leszek.lesner at wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> Check your free ram.
>>> If this problem only occurs after some time of work on the PC the
>> ram might run full and there is not enough free to suspend to ram
>> (hence it times out)
>>> Greetings
>>> Leszek
>> =====================================================================
>> I checked and it said it was only using 200 MB out of 2 gigs... Odd....
>> Christopher
> Hi,
> Did you update the kernel package recently?  If so, you might try
> booting into the older kernel to see if this is a bug in the current
> version.  The screenshots indicate a 'kernel oops'... so it would be
> worth trying an older kernel.  If you are unfamiliar with how to do
> this, when you turn on your computer (assuming you have BIOS not EFI)
> you will see the BIOS screen.
> After this hold down the 'SHIFT' key.  This will display your Grub2 menu
> screen.  Choose the 'Advanced options for Ubuntu' (I don't remember the
> entry name verbatim, sorry if I am a bit off).
> You will then enter a sub-menu.  Simply choose the kernel version before
> 3.13.0-27 (i.e. linux 3.13.0-26)
> Then boot normally.  If the problem is fixed, you now know where the
> issue is.  If it is not... there will be some digging to do.


Oh, I let KSPLICE do the updating for me to where I dont have to reboot 
so much kind of one of the reason's I got away from windows :X.

It works very well, no errors updates the kernel and I dont have to 
reboot. ^_^

~ Christopher ~
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