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5 Linux commands to shutdown and reboot the system
Join Date Nov Posts 8, Blackbug Yeah, same thing here. Yes, you can only use if for all the other operations. Ubuntu hangs on shutdown. Thinkren thinkren wrote on I guess another way to look at it is that when shutting down from gdm, you are warned with the list of current non-gdm sessions.
How to reboot, shutdown, log off PC from Terminal by command-line in Ubuntu and Linux Mint
Understanding Shutdown, Poweroff, Halt and Reboot Commands in Linux
Thanks to Ruslan Gol, this worked for me too! Linux shutdown command Updated: Simply unlock the screen with your password to return to the active login session, where you can make sure you don't have open files that you don't want to lose, before shutting down the system. The LTS enablement stack, graphic stack, and so forth were foobar, of course, but it otherwise booted and shutdown normally.
I'm experiencing problems on both Fedora 24 and Ubuntu The shutdown command brings the system down in a secure way. The article below show the process of logging out, shutdown and reboot using the graphical and using the command line, if you cannot execute the command or cannot shutting down the system, you may be do not have enough privilege on the system to do the task.
If you want to end session on Linux system you need to logout, shutdown or reboot the system. If I switch to runlevel 2,3 or 4 and then shutdown it successfully shutsoff. You're then giving yourself root permissions as a user.
Constantine lubuntu The screen you see is the lock screen interface, which does not have a system shutdown function to prevent data loss by someone walking in and shutting down your machine while you were out for coffee.
In addition, use the -h or halt option and the keyword now , or the numeral 0 , like this:. Same issue with my Dell E Does anyone else have the same issue?