Do you want to enable hibernate option in Ubuntu??. Basically, hibernate is a power saving mode, which helps to save the current state of your computer. Hibernate mode is same as sleep mode, but in the sleep mode power cannot be shut off.
By default hibernate option is disabled in Ubuntu, but you can easily enable it. Just have a glance at this article to find out how to enable hibernate option in Ubuntu 14.04.
Steps to enable hibernate option in Ubuntu 14.04:
Step 1: First open your terminal by using “Ctrl + ALT + T” and then type “sudo pm-hibernate”. (Note: This command is used check hibernate operation in your system)
Step 2: You’ll be prompted to provide your Ubuntu password for authentication. Just type your password and press enter.
Step 3: After testing your hibernate feature, now it’s time to actually implement it. For that type “sudo nano /etc/polkit-1/localauthority/50- local.d/com.ubuntu.desktop.pkla” and hit enter.
Step 4: As soon as you press enter then you may see a GNU nano file.
Step 5: Under that file just copy and paste these lines and then press “Ctrl + X” to close the file.
[Re-enable hibernate by default]
Step 6: Now, press “y” (yes) to modify your changes and then press enter to save your changes.
Step 7: Finally Restart your PC in order to view changes.
That’s all friends. Keep reading.