Re: How to hibernate?

GNOME 3 allows easy customization through extensions. You can find currently available extensions here:

I suppose this one should solve that problem:
* alternative-status-menu : For those who want a power off item visible at all the time, replaces GNOME Shell status menu with one featuring separate Suspend and Power Off. Adds the ability to hibernate as well.

Be careful to install from the same branch as your gnome-shell version (ie 3.0, 3.1, or current)


On 06/14/2011 05:23 AM, W. Martin Borgert wrote:

I already asked this about the user menu in GNOME3 on Debian,
but with a misleading subject:

On 2011-06-13 17:45, W. Martin Borgert wrote:
I can use it to log out, but it seems that "Suspend" only
suspends to RAM, a function I almost never need, but no
"Hibernate" (to disk). How do I suspend/hibernate to disk?

Thanks in advance!
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