Re: The death of Hibernate?



On Wed, Mar 7, 2012 at 12:07 AM, Marko Vojinovic <vvmarko@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

On Tuesday, 6. March 2012. 17.42.41 Anthony R Fletcher wrote:
If you do a fresh boot you lose your current state....and that is
valuable. So hibernate (for long periods of down time, for example for a
long flight) is very useful.

What happened to the "save session" stuff that should be provided by all
relevant desktop environments? AFAIK, that can (and should) be used to save
the current state of your desktop across a reboot. Is there some aspect of
session-saving that doesn't give you back your desktop "state" in the way
you
left it on logout?


+1



I mean, it should open the same apps, keep them on same desktops, etc. I
thought the concept of a "session" was invented precisely for this purpose.
Using hibernate to achieve the same effect is possible, but should not be
necessary, right?

Best, :-)
Marko

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Christopher Svanefalk
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