First of all, this is a continuation of ongoing issues that I have encountered with my swap area, as documented in this thread http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/601300/triple-boot-partitioning/. I have to thank Al for his patience, but because this topic is different than the subject of the original thread, then I have created this separate thread.
My current issue is the assigned swap area that I configured does not automatically turn on when I restart into Ubuntu. When I start up my Linux 17.3, I can go into system monitor and see that the swap area is active. This action must happen automatically upon startup. When I restart into my Ubuntu 15.10 and go into system monitor, I see that the swap area is not activated. Today I simply followed the directions at this site http://superuser.com/questions/22081/turn-on-swap-memory-on-ubuntu in order to activate the swap area. It really wasn't difficult to turn on the swap area, but I would really like to have this action done automatically on startup. Is there a way that I can do this?
I will provide screenshots and/or any other information that is requested so that I can work this situation out. Thanks in advance to everyone in my ongoing Linux journey.