Not sure where to go from here

Jim Kielman cariboo907 at
Thu Dec 9 00:45:47 UTC 2010

On 10-12-08 03:54 PM, Robbie Williamson wrote:
> Open the bug against the "linux" package, which is the kernel.  It might
> not be the cause, but it's a good place to start for hibernation issues.
> -Robbie
> On Wed, 2010-12-08 at 12:24 -0800, Cariboo907 wrote:
>> I've been dealing with a hibernation problem over the last couple of
>> weeks. I'm not sure what package to report about it.
>> Over the past couple of weeks, on my Maverick UNE upgrade to Natty,
>> every time I but my netbook into hibernation it goes into hibernation
>> just fine, but when coming out, it seems to destroy the swap partion.
>> Ive recreated the swap using:
>> sudo mkswap /dev/sda6
>> the above command prints out the UUID for that partition. I then edit
>> /etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d/resume to reflect the new UUID and update
>> initramfs, At that time even a reboot would make the swap partition
>> unreadable. Checking gparted or Disk Utility after a beboot showed the
>> partition as unknown, and when checking the UUID using:
>> sudo blkid
>> The swap partition never shows up.
>> Last night I did a fresh install using the latest Natty daily build iso,
>> I can now reboot without the swap partition being destroyed, but
>> hibernate still makes it unusable. I installed the hibernate package
>> from the repository,hibernate works, but now I get a black rectangle
>> about the size of an open terminal in the upper left corner of the
>> screen, that only a reboot will make go away.
>> I need some guidance in what package to file the bug against.
Thank you

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