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    [kubuntu] Re: Getting hibernation to work?

    When you say "root" do you mean / or /root or the user "root"? Please be precise.
    Encrypting /home makes sense, and probably also swap. But again, if you haven't created a /home partition it's moot....
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    [kubuntu] Re: Getting hibernation to work?

    I never set up a machine like that. I always have separate partitions for /, /home and swap.
    In that case, encrypting root makes no sense, the OS is not secret.
    If you're operating with just /,...
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    [kubuntu] Re: Getting hibernation to work?

    I can't say, I don't use encryption. But as swap is on a separate partition, I don't see how /home could influence it. But I could be wrong.
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    [kubuntu] Re: Getting hibernation to work?

    Well, first you need to create a swap partition. Let's say /dev/sda6 for this example.
    Run:

    sudo mkswap /dev/sda6
    sudo swapon /dev/sda6
    blkid
    (you may get an error on the first command if...
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    [kubuntu] Re: Getting hibernation to work?

    Getting Hibernate to work takes quite some effort.
    My laptops hibernate fine, but only with a swap partition >10% larger than RAM size. I've never been able to get it to work with a swapfile.
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