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Thread: Computer doesn't always resume from suspend

  1. #11
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    Re: Computer doesn't always resume from suspend

    What kernels do you now have installed?
    Show the output of
    Code:
    ls /boot | grep vmlinuz
    which will show us installed kernels. If you have only those two I would keep the old one but if you have more you can run
    Code:
    sudo apt autoremove
    which should get rid of all except the two most recent versions.

  2. #12
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    Re: Computer doesn't always resume from suspend

    This is the output
    Code:
    vmlinuz
    vmlinuz-4.8.10-040810-generic
    vmlinuz-5.4.0-54-lowlatency
    vmlinuz-5.4.0-56-generic
    vmlinuz-5.4.0-56-lowlatency
    vmlinuz.old

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    Re: Computer doesn't always resume from suspend

    You may find running command
    Code:
    sudo apt autoremove
    uninstalls that kernel for you but if not you could use synaptic.
    You may not have synaptic installed as it is not a default application in most of the Ubuntu family any more but if you like a GUI it is so much more useful than Ubuntu-software or whatever it is now called.
    You can use synaptic to search for specific packages that don't show in Ubuntu-software, and if you search for name only using 4.8.10-0 as the search term it should show you that kernel and any associated packages such as the linux-header packages that you can remove.

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