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    Question Hibernate Fedora 29 with Linux Kernel 5?

    How to enable hibernation for Fedora 29 with Linux Kernel 5.0.6?
    The power menu only has 3 options: cancel, restart, power off...

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    Re: Hibernate Fedora 29 with Linux Kernel 5?

    Open terminal and type

    systemctl suspend

    and hit enter.

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    Re: Hibernate Fedora 29 with Linux Kernel 5?

    Thank you, I've also added a Suspend button extension for GNOME, but I'd like to know how to hibernate the computer, not simply putting it to sleep

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    Re: Hibernate Fedora 29 with Linux Kernel 5?

    If using Gnome, click on the settings / Power and select hibernate (when the power button is pressed).
    I have setup a second swap file for hibernate. I am not sure if you need it.
    Just in case you need it... as root
    create a second "hibernate" swapfile
    edit /etc/default/grub and point the resume= parameter to that second swap file if it is pointing to your only swapfile.
    thereafter
    grub2-mkconfig -o /tmp/grub.cfg
    Now cd to /boot/efi/EFI/fedora
    mv grub.cfg grub.prev #backup
    cp /tmp/grub.cfg .

    If you check settings after the above exercise or after a reboot, you should see hibernate option in power-settings and it should work.
    Leslie in Montreal

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