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Sudden hibernation

I'm running Debian Wheezy on a Dell XPS L502X. The other day I was using it normally when it suddenly went into hibernation. I pressed the power button for a couple of seconds and it became functional ...
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s2disk does not power off on Debian with kernel 3.10 on Thinkpad

When I hibernate my Thinkpad T61 with s2disk, it does not power off. The problem occurred after migration to kernel 3.10 (3.2 works fine, 3.11 also broken). Any clue how to fix or at least debug it?
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Hibernation doesn't work in Debian Wheezy (suspend does work)

Recently I've been trying to make hibernation work. Suspending works all the time, so "hibernate/suspend debug tutorials" didn't helped me much. The only one that gave me some information about the ...
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Hibernating a Debian machine?

I have a Vostro 1000, and am running Debian Squeeze. When I hibernate from GNOME, the screen bleeds before shutting down, and upon starting up it bleeds to start up. Is this normal and expected ...
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What are reasons to use or don't use the hibernation in Debian?

Except the system, kernel upgrade when the restart is required. Are there any other reasons to use or not to use the hibernation? I don't use the hibernation, because i fear that it'll bring me ...
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Why does turning off my monitors abort hibernation?

I have noticed many times that if I tell my computer to hibernate, then turn off my monitors and KVM (by turning off the power strip they are both attached to) before the hibernation is complete, then ...
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Debian often reboots halfway through resume from suspend to disk (hibernate)

I'm on a Lenovo ThinkPad W510, using Debian Squeeze but with the Kernel and acpi-related packages from testing (this was necessary to make hibernate work in the first place). When I hibernate my ...
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What is the relationship between s2disk and hibernate?

On a Debian system, there are packages called uswsusp and hibernate. The former contains a program named s2disk, the latter contains a program called hibernate. Superficially, these both do the same ...