Hibernation on XE-300?

Hello Forum,

I’m trying to find out whether this platform can suspend-to-disc / hibernate, that is save the contents of RAM to disk and cut power completely. And when powering on, instead of cold booting, the state is restored to RAM. I understand that Linux per se supports this, but it depends on the hardware/kernel/userland support.

I’ve searched up and down on the internets and also in this forum. While I don’t find anyone with a solution, I also didn’t find any negative indications, that it’s outright impossible. Perhaps I’m not using the right search terms.

So I come here to ask, whether this would be at all possible. I’m using an gl-inet XE300 (Puli) with the newest custom firmware, but I wouldn’t be against installing something else if that would enable hibernation.

Thanks a lot for pointing me in the right direction

Best regards


No. It does not do this.

Embedded devices does not need to hibernate I think.