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?
Whether I do shutdown -P now or sudo shutdown --halt now Fedora does not shutdown. It will send SIGTERM and SIGKILL as usual, but then just stops at the screen with the fedora logo. My only option is to hold the power button down, which is obviously not the best option for shutting down.
This started at my last kernel upgrade, 3.5.16 11 days ago.
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 220.127.116.11-0.1-default.
While shutting down I am getting the message
shutting down SSH done
shutting down auditd done
I get errors at the beginning of Ubuntu startup. But it disappear fast, because of this I am not able to see the errors. Also while shutting down i see some of the errors. Want to know what it is.
Is there any logs to track these errors? that will be helpful to check what it is.