i am using OpenSUSE 11.1.till now its cool except.it is failing to shutting down.i use GNOME as my desktop.and user is root.when i am clicking on computer->shutdown its besically loging out.after that i need to shudown it by from menu. if i try init 0 on command prompt its shutting down the system.what to do?how to fix it?
After a long stint with openSUSE-10.3 and debian-5.0.3
I recently installed openSUSE-11.2 from
openSUSE-11.2-DVD-i586.iso with kernel 18.104.22.168-0.1-default.
While shutting down I am getting the message
shutting down SSH done
shutting down auditd done
You had some bundles not unmounting cleanly, remove all traces of these bundles manually. That is in ~/.cinstall/repo and luanchers plus in ~/.local/share/applications, remove all .desktop files there.
I apologize in advance if this has been covered. If it has, please just post a link to the proper thread.Anyway, I've narrowed my problem down. When I shutdown or reboot, rather than shutting down, I get dropped into the a tty screen. The tty screen is frozen, so I can't type anything. The actual shutdown text is on tty7.However, if I manually unmount a network dr
The problem with something like this is that bundles are very hard to create, and are easy to create wrong. Compiling a bundle is also very hard to automate, because you need to have a Chakra bundle chroot.
I am running an ubuntu precise host with some lxc containers in it.
Should or have i to shut down containers before shutting down the host ?
Or host shutdown is propagated to containers automatically ?
I know if i use lxc autostart feature, then that will shutdown containers, but i do not want to use autostart.