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SaintDanBert 01-27-2010 11:26 AM

Cannot "sleep" or "hibernate" my Thinkpad X61 Tablet
If I try to "sleep" or "hibernate" my Thinkpad tablet running Ubuntu Karmic, all I get is a blinking "new moon" LED and cannot wake my system without a full power-off.

I have 4GB system RAM and do not have a swap file or partition. Is that a requirement for "sleep" or "hibernate?" Are there other configuration requirements that I don't know about [very likely]?

Both "sleep" and "hibernate" worked fine under Ubuntu Hardy.

Please help,
~~~ 0;-Dan

SaintDanBert 02-01-2010 10:05 AM

... I cannot possibly have problems

This must work for everyone so their reaction to the question must be, "... that can't possibly be going on ..."

Since I must be dreaming, how do I mark this thread SOLVED?

~~~ 0;-<


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