Error in hibernate script
tony.arnold at manchester.ac.uk
Mon Sep 11 16:38:29 UTC 2006
When running /etc/acpi/hibernate.sh, I get the following, although I
don;t think it happens every time.
$ sudo /etc/acpi/hibernate.sh
* Shutting down ALSA...
[ ok ]
/etc/acpi/hibernate.sh: line 28: echo: write error: Cannot allocate memory
Laptop mode disabled, not active.
Function not supported
Calling INT 0x15 (F000:F859)
EAX is 0x5F65
* Setting up ALSA...
[ ok ]
grep: /proc/acpi/fan/*/state: No such file or directory
xscreensaver-command: not active: idle timer reset.
Line 28 of the hibernate.sh script is:
echo -n "disk" >/sys/power/state
The result is that the machine does not hibernate, but just returns to
This is a Dell Latitude C.400 laptop running Xubuntu 6.06.1 with all
Any ideas anyone, or is it a bug? I've seen a posting with a similar
problem but in that case the user had no swap file. I have a swap file
that is twice as big as physical memory.
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