I run into some issues with my current Debian systems. In fact, I use Debian on a lot of computers, but most of the time the sessions are consistent, some have nautilus working some don’t .. same for automount, grub-updater, and so on.
I decided to switch my desktop computer to another distro. After about 5 years with the same Debian Sid install, I switched to Manjaro. Manjaro use the same base system as Arch Linux but seems to be more user friendly.
Anyway, the hibernate don’t work out-of-the-box. When you restart the computer, it doesn’t restore the hibernate image from the swap. You can fix that quickly. Edit /etc/mkinitcpio.conf file and add “resume” to the HOOK flag like this.
HOOKS="base udev autodetect modconf block resume filesystems keyboard fsck"
After that, you must rebuild the initcpio file :
sudo mkinitcpio -p linux39
That’s enough, you can now test with a simple pm-hibernate.
/Enjoy Linux again.