So I have been having this problem with Ubuntu since ages, most of the time I face the situation of power loss and hence when I try to get the system back on, I have to start a completely new session different from the one I was working on when the power went out. My question is not about whether I can enable hibernation in Ubuntu or not it is about how to make hibernation in Ubuntu exactly the same as in MS Windows (i.e I want the the system to hibernate at 10% battery power for eg. keeping the current session as it is)

  • Must be somewhere in the power management options in your desktop settings (it is on mine, but I use KDE). Going in "suspend" mode is faster to enter/leave and with 10% battery you still have some time to find your charger. – xenoid Jan 8 at 9:29

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