Since I went from Gnome to Xfce, I’ve had a problem with system hibernation. the problem simply being not enough swap allocation. I’ve tried to come up with a solution on my own by reading about partitions and swap online, so I could increased my swap space, but I don’t really understand what I should concretely do with Gparted to resolve my problem. The problem being that I don’t really understand where is the swap part on my partition.
Here’s a screen of my Gparted (in french unfortunately) :
How should I proceed from there ?
I greatly thank you for you answer.
It looks like you don’t have a swap partition. I suggest you look at this wiki to find out if you have a swapfile instead and/or how to create one.
I just posted instructions to do a swapfile - don’t bother with partitions
sudo fallocate -l 8G /swapfile
sudo mkswap /swapfile
sudo chmod u=rw,go= /swapfile
sudo swapon /swapfile
sudo bash -c "echo /swapfile none swap defaults 0 0 >> /etc/fstab"
Thanks for your instruction Ben ! It worked great.
I did I think made a mistake because I tried putting 9go for the swap not realising I had not much space left on my disk, which meant some apps couldn’t launch. After having removed some unnecessary things it worked really well. I wonder however if it could have bad implications ?
Here’s another screen of Gparted :
Otherwise, I think the case should be closed. Thanks again !
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