I'm trying to enable hibernation on my system by following this guide:
Hi! So you need hibernate option but kinda disappointed it doesn't come enabled by default on Linux distros. Well, here's a small guide on how to enable hibernation on ZorinOS 16. This guide should work for both Core and Pro versions.
You need to have a swap partition. If you're not sure if you have one, open the 'Disks' app and see if you do (you probably won't if you're on defaults).
If you don't have one, it's pretty easy to make it.
In the Disks app, firs…
On step 5 when I resize the volume in Disks to create a swap partition, I get the following error:
Error unmounting /dev/nvme0n1p2: target is busy (udisks-error-quark, 14)
It's because I'm currently using that partition right? Would it work if I live boot Zorin from a USB and do this step there?
There are active or pending disk writes, it won't let you alter the partition, yes doing it from a liveusb will work, can also try a reboot, and try again, if it is your / or /home then a liveusb will be the best
Thanks, I tried it (with a Mint USB) and it worked. Then I just followed the rest of the steps on my main Zorin. (but hibernation still doesn't work
I'll open a new thread for that)
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