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Thread: Unable to hibernate in Ubuntu 12.10 / system not responding after hibernation

  1. #11
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    Re: Unable to hibernate in Ubuntu 12.10 / system not responding after hibernation

    Have you tried booting into recovery mode and then running the option of a FSCK on the hard drive.

  2. #12
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    Re: Unable to hibernate in Ubuntu 12.10 / system not responding after hibernation

    I went into recovery mode and into root shell prompt and type
    mount |grep "/dev/sd*"
    and received
    dev/sda5 on/type ext4 (rw,errors=remount -ro)
    Does thin mean that sda5 is not mounted? Because that's the partition I want to check. That and also sda6 (the linux-swap partition).

    If they're not mounted should my code be
    fsck -R -n /dev/sad5
    ?
    Because I tried
    fsck -AR -M
    fsck -ARM
    fsck -M -R -n
    and nothing worked. It only showed me
    fsck from util-linux 2.20.1
    Thank you for your kind help, I am sorry I took so long. Bear in mind I'm a beginner.

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