Got it! I have never really used Fedora in any extensive manner. I was trying to figure out that problem for a bit. I had no problem with it Chromium on Arch, just Fedora and assumed it was something I did. I’ll keep an eye on that and hopefully Fedora gets it fixed!
I initially followed this guide: https://www.ctrl.blog/entry/fedora-hibernate.html which didn’t work. I tried again figuring I screwed something up, with the same results. I’ve creating a separate specific swap partition with installiation which didn’t work. I’ve started going down creating a swapfile now to see if I can get it to work with some combination of that guide and the Arch wiki.
It adds a significant amount of time for me closing the programs all down all of the time and then powering off to reopen everything. I ONLY have space for laptops here in my apartment, so if I’m not using them, they get closed, and sleep is ok, but if I put it down for a few hours, or overnight to pick up where I was working in the morning and it annoys me that my battery is all dead and the things I was working on are gone. I may open and close and use my computer 2-20+ times a day depending if I’m home or away at work. It could add minutes of startup/shutdown time daily depending how I’m moving aboutHibernation is EXTREMELY important to me. Hibernation isn’t really a security issue for me. I don’t work in government or anything special. I didn’t even bother encrypting the HD on this. If the HD isn’t even encrypted on install, I just don’t think there’s a “security risk worry” about from the computer owner over hibernation (IMO). Maybe they are. It’s literally a checkbox on install. That’s a pretty easy addtional security measure I could have done. Without encryption, I can’t imagine hibernation security is a concern for me. I would really like to get it going though. Sleep to hibernate is critical for me and how I use my computer.
I would REALLY love for Fedora to maybe make that an option. If you encrypt - hibernation is a no go, but without encryption, maybe they could make it an option - or at least some worthwhile documentation to get it setup. It would just be nice if it was click and work like most distros. A LOT of us use it.
I did everything in terminal following along on the rpmfusion website. I didn’t add anything via software center. If you have a walk through or any links for me, I would LOVE some help with this. I’m quite proficient in Arch now, I’m just a new guy with Fedora, and their documentation is nowhere Arch is from what I’m learning. Anything you could suggest, I’m open for! I’d really like to know Fedora much better.