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    what happened to the hibernate feature


    I wondered why there was not one at first but settled in with the fact that it was not an option, then one day i hit the quit button and there it was, a hibernate setting (button) on the logout screen, I used it but the next time i ended my seesion no hibernate, whats up? I am using mint 10 on a compaq cq410 60 us

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    Its called suspend to RAM and Suspend to Disk. Look under "Leave"

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    yeah, not having any luck with that, what i meant was that there was a button on the shut down screen that literally said "hibernate" now it's gone. where do I look under leave at?

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    Suspend to RAM, should be the same... Just Guessing!!

    Did you change any Desktop/Icon Themes??

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    suspend just takes it down to a sleep type state while the hibernate actually shut power off while keeping what was loaded in the previous session loaded. (faster start up)

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    I never used it in Windows, it always crashed my system..

    What is Suspend to Disk?

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