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Ok, I still did not find the solution to the problem of dongle not appearing, but I made progress investigating it and realized I had posted the question in the wrong community: The dongle can be made re-appear without physically plugging it back by explicitly re-enabling it in the host machine's VMWare Fusion USB options. As such, it is VMWare Fusion that ...


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The problem for me was with lightdm and I was able to fix the blank screen after locking issue by simply switching to gdm3: sudo apt-get install gdm3 When prompted during install, change from lightdm to gdm3 and hit enter. A reboot is necessary and you'll now have a more modern login screen. Most importantly, waking up from locking the screen actually ...


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Recompiling the kernel with CONFIG_SUSPEND=n and CONFIG_HIBERNATION=y ought to prevent suspend but still allow hibernate. Suspend only happens at userspace's request AFAIK, so you ought to be able to disable it that way as well. Also, I'm not sure how the drives work exactly, but I'd also be worried that resets might cause them to lose the key. If so, ...


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I struggled with a similar issue in Debian 9, installed on a Lenovo G40-30 Laptop. I went into Hibernate/Sleep and trying to initiate again the screen didn't show up although everything seemed working. The solution is actually quite simple. It seems Linux OSs, in particular Debian and Ubuntu need at least a 4+GB swap partition for Hibernate/Sleep to work ...


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I struggled with a similar issue in Debian 9, installed on a Lenovo G40-30 Laptop. I went into Hibernate/Sleep and trying to initiate again the screen didn't show up although everything seemed working. The solution is actually quite simple. It seems Linux OSs, in particular Debian and Ubuntu need at least a 4+GB swap partition for Hibernate/Sleep to work ...


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I followed the advice from someone in the kernel bug page : I just had to power off the computer by pressing the power button of the laptop. I have no idea why it worked, I just remember that I had to force the shutdown using the button sometime ago, just like the guy said in his comment, and his solution worked for me too. I hope it will for you too.


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I struggled with a similar issue in Debian 9, installed on a Lenovo G40-30 Laptop. I went into Hibernate/Sleep and trying to initiate again the screen didn't show up although everything seemed working. The solution is actually quite simple. It seems Linux OSs, in particular Debian and Ubuntu need at least a 4+GB swap partition for Hibernate/Sleep to work ...


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