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Author Topic: [EN] Missing suspend to disk or hibernate options in KDE power settings  (Read 576 times)

Offline tom

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Hello I have a Lenovo Flex 5 AMD Ryzen 7 5700U with Siduction & KDE. There has been a few hiccups but I have enjoyed my first Siduction experience.

I'd like the laptop to suspend to disk / hibernate when the power is low or after sleeping for x minutes with no display on. In the power settings. There is no suspend or hibernate options. How do I configure this? I see a few other threads but none in English where the settings can not be found.


Offline towo

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You have a swap partition with with adequate size?
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Offline vinzv

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To illustrate that, I have a swap partition with ~34GB while my PC has 32GB RAM.
KDE shows me suspend to RAM, hybrid sleep and suspend to disk:


Offline tom

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ooooh! There is no swap partition or swap file.  16gb ram, ssd, encrypted ... didnt realized swap was needed. Thank you.

Ill need to figure adding an encrypted swap partition that can be unlocked with the / partition and then come back to this if there is still a problem.