I’m on Ubuntu 23.04 and I’m trying to enable hibernate (so I can use it instead of suspend, given how much suspend drains battery).
Everything I find online points to this thread to explain how to enable hibernate if it is not enabled on our system. However, this is way above my technical understanding–there is no easy step-by-step explanation on how to do it.
Has anyone does this on Ubuntu on the Framework? If so, how?
As a counter point, being able to not have to open and position windows particular to your workflow is something I value. Hibernation works REALLY well on the 11th and 12th Frameworks that I own. It is just a matter of increasing the size of the swap file, updating grub, and adding the GUI elements back into Gnome.
Beyond this you now have several options when finished using your laptop. Suspend, hibernation, or power off.
Granted if your are sitting on 64gb of RAM your swap file will be huge, just kind of how hibernation works.
With how cheap fast storage got this isn’t really a concern. If you are fin with opening everything you need again every-time, good for you. If not hibernation is pretty amazing, especially for window hoarders like me XD.