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What happens to data in swap when your computer hibernates?

When a computer goes into hibernation mode, it saves the contents of the RAM into the swap space so that it can resume exactly where it left off when it powers back on. So, what if you are currently ...
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Resume from hibernate fails after image restoration

I've been trying to get hibernation to work, and am having problems. The system seems to go into hibernation just fine, but when I try to restore from disk, the process stops just after a message ...
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Linux Mint: Hibernate does not work

I have tried hibernate multiple times on my Linux Mint 14. It does not seem to work. I have added some log which I think may be useful. Can someone help me diagnose the problem? laptop model: I: ...
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How to restore a Fat32 filesystem under Linux

Here is what happened: I used the Laptop and accessed some data on my usb stick. Then I closed the Laptop putting the system into sleep mode. The USB-Stick was still plugged in. After the laptop was ...
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How to trigger mount/umount before/after hibernation?

How to trigger mount/umount before/after hibernation? I use s2disk. Note: Debian
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Locking console when computer suspends/hibernates

In X I've used the following script (from here) to lock the computer with i3lock each time pm-suspend or pm-hibernate are invoked. /etc/pm/sleep.d/00screensaver-lock: #!/bin/sh # ...
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Keeping disk caches when hibernating

Is there a way to keep disk caches when hibernating Linux? I understand and agree that dropping them is the best option all-around. But my system is unresponsive after resume and I would like to give ...