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that's what I think. Again, my guess is to try various version of hibernate from swsusp2 website... it's hard to tell which version should work with which version of the patch. There might be some mention in the readme file, thought.
I've never seen your particular problem, infact the only part of the hibernate script that references /proc/sys/kernel/osrelease is /usr/share/hibernate/scriptlets.d/modules. AFAIK everything you should need to get things working is on wiki.suspend2.net
Hibernation in the form of swsusp or suspend2 can be a real pain to get working sometimes, the infrastructure for power management is pretty new in the kernel so not all drivers place nice and it can take a good amount of work to track down what's broken. It's the reason I'm still using 2.6.9, anything newer and the box hangs on resume.