Hi guys,

Just writing to know if anyone managed to make the new suspend-then-hibernate sleep methodto work in openSUSE.

If you never heard about suspend-then-hibernate, have a look at the following PRs:

suspend-then-hibernate is very useful, specially for laptops that can't reach S3 sleeping state like mine. Sleeping for a couple of hours and then hibernating provides a nice balance between convenience / wake-up speed and power consumption.
Is there a way to upgrade leap to the latest systemd? Has anyone managed to get suspend-then-hibernate working correctly? (People running Tumbleweed are welcome to comment as well. They will probably get the latest systemd faster anyway).

systemctl suspend-then-hibernate