Dell Latitude D630 Hibernate
paulatgm at gmail.com
Mon Feb 18 15:14:04 UTC 2008
James Cummings said the following on 02/17/2008 10:35 AM:
> When I press fn-F1 it seems to start to hibernate and then just stops.
> power, bluetooth, etc. lights still on, hard drive still spinning.
Maybe your swap is not setup properly. I think you need a swap
partition that's 1.5 times your RAM. For 1 G RAM, you need 1.5 G swap.
Check your swap in a terminal with:
paul :~$ cat /proc/swaps
Filename Type Size Used
/dev/mapper/vgsda6-lvswap partition 2047992 0 -1
In my case, suspend and hibernate work only the first time perfectly,
then something fails to resume on the 2nd or 3rd time or it reboots.
Gutsy's kernel still does not fully support hibernate / suspend. You
will find complaints on all distro mailing lists, so it's not an Ubuntu
only problem. Anyway, it's buggy after the first try. IMHO, it's not
worth reinstalling to get a larger swap, if that's what you need,
because it still won't work well.
I also tried upgrading to Hardy and it's still broken there too.
If you have high speed connection, here's a talk by Matthew Garrett at
linux.conf.au describing the problem:
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