I am using ubuntu 11.10 on my desktop (64 bit) for a long time. Few days back there was some issue with power supply and i have to shutdown my desktop using power button in hurry. Now when i am going to shutdown the desktop, the shutdown process starts and ubuntu logo and five dots comes and then it hangs. Can you tell me what went wrong in the situation of mine?
On Arch linux:
/etc/rc.local and /etc/rc.local.shutdown are good places for auto-starting scripts respectively at system startup and shutdown
Couple of questions:
Where should I add my scripts to be run at shutdown or startup
1) RHEL 6?
I played around with some unrelated settings and now my shutdown doesnt work correctly. It delays and stalls for a minute before it shuts down.
Anyone know a script or something to repair it or better a desktop button that does a 1 clik shutdown fast on the desktop. xfce..
Hi, this is my first post on this forum and I hope I posted this in the right section. I have problems loggin in after issuing a shutdown command.sudo shutdown -h +22 This is a command that i use frequently.
Since I've upgraded to 13.04, the shutdown command from the menu seldom works properly. Sometimes when I select shutdown from the menu, my system immediatelly starts to shutdown. Sometimes, the panel with the shutdow/restart buttons appear, and I can sellect shutdown and the system shuts down, sometimes selecting the shutdown button, causes a restart.
What is the time you add to the shutdown command?By default when you issue the shutdown command without specifying any time, it waits a minute before actually shutting down as you can find in the manual for shutdown.If you want to shutdown immediately then you need to add "now" behind the command.You can also use the poweroff command instead of shutdown and it should by default do it imm