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How to enable hibernation on Fedora

Configure Fedora Workstation’s boot environment to support system hibernation/suspend-to-disk. Lets you power-off your computer and resume your work later.

Can Linux hibernate into tmpfs?

Hibernation requires that you can swap data out of volatile memory into something that will persist through a power cycle. A tmpfs in RAM isn’t the best option.

A disabled KMail window with an error dialog saying “KMail is not responding” on top of it.

KMail account trouble

I’ve always wanted to use KMail. However, I always run into problems trying to use it. Unfortunately, this time was no different than my past experiences.

An open padlock hanging from an antenna on the back of a Wi-Fi router with Ethernet ports visible.

Network routers are just computers

Network routers are neither appliances nor magic; they’re computers and computers require ongoing maintenance and security patching. But whose job is that?

Shattered glass in a blown projector bulb.

The projector lamp trap

Projector bulbs have a limited life-time, and getting hold of them can be difficult. Here are my experience from owning three projectors over the last decade.

A stack of three files with the Chrome icon on them.

Chrome to remove HTTP/2 Push

Chrome intends to remove support for server push; an underutilized performance feature introduced in HTTP/2. It cites low usage and implementation complexity.