I have Linux mint 13(ubuntu 12.04) installed on my thinkpad T520, running for around 1 year. I'm not able to shut down my machine even if I do:
sudo shutdown now.
At first, it halts after messages of collectmon signal caught and modem-manager signal caught:
I uninstalled both programs. Now it halts "my_username login:". If I shutdown right before login, I have this screen:
And it still refuses to shutdown.I suspect it might be a result after I disabled some of the service through boot-up manager. I didn't take notes exactly what I did and neither there were any problems at that moment.
I would like to know what prevents the machine to shut down. Now, I have to press the shut down button every time, which is annoying.
This is the screen capture of the services that are still disabled:
The link to the original images is here.
/etc/init.d/networking /etc/init.d/network-interface-security /etc/init.d/network-interface /etc/init.d/network-manager /etc/init.d/network-interface-container
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