Ubuntu 22.10 and it still fails to either suspend or wake up.

Last night, I suspended it and went to sleep. In the morning, I noticed it wouldn't wake up despite the power button light being on. Then, I felt the computer was hot, unusual if it was suspended to RAM, so I imagined it did not after all, and I did not see, or it failed to wake up due to the long hours, like a jobless teenager living with the parents. Since I had previously suspended it twice without issues for a short period only, I assume it is the latter.

This is always with GNOME, too. With KDE, it failed only once and then never again in the following months I used it.

Fine, I guess. Nothing is perfect.

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