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How to enable hibernation on Fedora

Update (): The above assumption is no longer the default. Starting with version 33, Fedora no longer creates a swap partition by default, but relies on ZRAM instead. You still need a storage drive backed swap partition as you still can’t swap volatile memory into itself when the system powers down.

A Lenovo ThinkPad T14 laptop open with the Fedora Linux logo shown on screen. The original packaging is shown behind it.

Linux on Lenovo ThinkPad T14: great except the webcam/mic

Update (): Several people have written to me asking about the microphone recording level. I’m soft-spoken and didn’t realize the recording volume was lower than expected. This is a driver issue and is expected to be fixed in Linux kernel version 5.8.

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