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    [kubuntu] Re: Getting hibernation to work?

    ne29914 : You may be right that what I'm attempting to do is overly cautious. But, let me point out that if you do not encrypt your / directory, it's easy for a third party to install whatever...
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    [kubuntu] Re: Getting hibernation to work?

    You did help me sort out my thinking and clarify what's possible ne29914. I was hoping there was something simpler than that web page I used if I wanted to keep encryption, but evidently not. Also...
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    [kubuntu] Re: Getting hibernation to work?

    Because I'd like to have root and swap encrypted, I followed the instructions here: https://nileshgr.com/2021/01/26/hibernate-support-on-ubuntu-20-04-encrypted-swap-and-encrypted-root-filesystem/ . ...
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    [kubuntu] Re: Getting hibernation to work?

    Thanks for the info! My mistake--I meant if you encrypt root (typically with home in it), the default for swap is to be encrypted as well. If someone thinks root / home aren't safe, the swap isn't...
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    [kubuntu] Re: Getting hibernation to work?

    That's immensely helpful ne29914! Will have to give it a try. One question though: do you have encrypted partitions? I was under the impression that if you encrypt /home, you also end up...
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    [kubuntu] Re: Getting hibernation to work?

    Thanks ne29914, good to hear it's possible! Also the info on swap size is helpful. What took effort?
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    [kubuntu] Re: Getting hibernation to work?

    Thanks TheFu! Yup, using a flash drive in insecure parts of the world makes a lot of sense--thanks for the idea. Standby works fine for me as well, at least on my desktop. But, as I mentioned, I...
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    [kubuntu] Getting hibernation to work?

    Esp. with new laptops that won't enter a deep sleep state and expect Windows hybrid sleep or drain the battery extensively on 'sleep', it would be really handy to be able to get hibernation to work....
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