Enabling hibernation on Linux Debian

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hi there friends

i want to enable hibernation on debian using a computer with 2.5 ghz and i have discovered that during installation process

the hibernation function wasn’t added on Debian,i want your help to proceed again.

The error was this one : "failed to hibernate session"

and this is the picture


Failed to hibernate session             

No hibernate script found                                                

Answered By 0 points N/A #123919

Enabling hibernation on Linux Debian



Dear Debian user,

By default in the Linux system normal users can not edit any configuration file. So please login with root user with text mode.

Now you need to add group named "powerdev" this group will help you to manage shutdown, Reboot and Hibernate.

Simple you can do it by use below command from root user.

gpasswd -a user powerdev

If you don't do this, then you will not get available option for those work when you logout.

Hope you understand and clear. If this answers help you to solve your problem then please don't forget to reply us with thanks.


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