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So I decided to try out the brand new kernel just 2 days after the release. Installed it on Fedora 9, all is fine except hibernation. It doesn't save anything ...
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    Kernel 2.6.27, can't hibernate.


    So I decided to try out the brand new kernel just 2 days after the release.

    Installed it on Fedora 9, all is fine except hibernation. It doesn't save anything and starts a new session when I start again (after putting it to hibernate). I have no idea where to start troubleshooting (already checked google though)

    I will appreciate any help/directions.

    Thanks

    PS: I can still hibernate with the older kernel 2.6.26.5

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    You might have forgotten to enable APM and/or ACPI in the kernel. You'll see these options if you go back into the kernel rebuild. I'm in the middle of recompiling a new kernel myself, but I do not use Hibernate.
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    hmm possible, I was just following this guide. Thanks for the reply I'll take care about that next time I compile.

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