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Thread: MacBook Santa Rosa Hibernate

  1. #11
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    Re: MacBook Santa Rosa Hibernate

    Quote Originally Posted by Eniak View Post
    I have an older MBP, the core 2 duo 2.33

    I'm managing to suspend, but I'm having the exact same problem to hibernate... Can it b related to the fact that I have swap file instead of a swap partition?
    I don't think it is, I have a swap partition; and the problem persists.
    Think.

  2. #12
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    Re: MacBook Santa Rosa Hibernate

    Try doing as shown in MISC
    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MacBook

    Worked for me, I had the same problem as you, and doing that enabled hibernation for me.

  3. #13
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    Re: MacBook Santa Rosa Hibernate

    Quote Originally Posted by Eniak View Post
    I'm managing to suspend, but I'm having the exact same problem to hibernate... Can it b related to the fact that I have swap file instead of a swap partition?
    i was under the impression that hibernate would not work with a swapfile, but I may be wrong.

  4. #14
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    Re: MacBook Santa Rosa Hibernate

    Instructions on how to hibernate with a swapfile

    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MacBook

    Under MISC.

    Russo
    Macbook Pro C2D
    Ubuntu 8.04

  5. #15
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    Re: MacBook Santa Rosa Hibernate

    Same problem with MacBook 2,1... I use Zenwalk so for me it's standby vs. hibernate. Standby works, hibernate does not.

    My hibernate script actually runs standby if hibernate fails. As this was the case I never really saw the hibernate errors, I just assumed it was working. One thing that tipped me off was the first time I ran the hibernate script from the terminal vs. a gui option. It does sound like you've seen some error output, but I wonder if you could get more by opening a terminal and running whatever your hibernate binary is. For me it's:
    Code:
    sudo /usr/sbin/hibernate
    When I ran that I finally saw all of it's vomit and realized that it wasn't working as I thought. I haven't tried to fix it... I just settled for standby. I'm interested in seeing if there's a resolution, though!

    -John

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