a command to turn off or reboot the system

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Since Using Starch I Cannot Turn Off Computer

Since upgrading to starch, when I click the button in Gnome to shutdown the computer, the screen turns off and the computer stays running (i.e. I can hear it). It used to be that the normal behaviour ...
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Ubuntu 15.10 gets stuck at shutdown [closed]

Whenever I shut my computer down just stays stuck at the shutdown screen loading bar and it turns off afters hours of just being there loading, new to Linux I need a little hand. I've read that ...
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System does not poweroff - how to diagnose

After upgrading to debian jessie my dated desktop system no longer powers off reliably (/sbin/poweroff - via systemctl on tty1). Instead, it shuts down, pauses and reboots and only powers off if I ...
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RHEL 7 how run longtime script before shutdown/reboot systemd

I'm trying to found solution how run script before shutdown/reboot is initiated in RedHat7. I need to correctly shutdown SAP database when I'm shuting down or rebooting server. Script for SAP ...
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how to configure systemd shutdown process

I see messages like these in my journal : Sep 28 17:27:48 localhost kdeinit5[4476]: Qt: Session management error: networkIdsList argument is NULL Sep 28 17:27:48 localhost kdeinit5[4476]: No DBUS ...
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Is there a command to see if there was a thermal cut off in my laptop?

Scenario: The computer shuts off randomly. Sometimes, it shuts off by, first the monitor goes off, and some seconds later the whole computer turns off. The current "sensors" reading is: $sensors ...
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newly installed debian gnome 3 hangs at shut down

I have just installed Debian Stable with gnome 3 on my msi laptop MSI GS 60 2PC-247XFR, when I shut down or quit session the system just freezes, here is a quote from my syslog file: Sep 26 17:44:21 ...
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If my program detects that a power loss will occur in a few seconds, what can it do to avoid data corruption?

A program (which needs to read and write from and to the filesystem), has the extra feature of being able to communicate with an external sensor. Therefore it has the unique ability to know if a power ...
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“A stop job is running…” on shutdown

Almost every time when I'm shutting down or rebooting the system I get the following message before the system actually shuts down: A stop job is running for Session 1 of user xy It waits for 1:...
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Script to run at shutdown

I'm trying to create the equivalent to rc.local that runs last during startup, but to run first during shutdown. I basically copy/pasted /etc/init.d/rc.local as the base template, and updated the ...
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systemd: How to check scheduled time of a delayed shutdown?

I like to use shutdown -h TIME/+DELAY sometimes. However, since the switch to systemd (on Ubuntu), things seem to have changed quite a bit. Apart from the fact that a previous shutdown command no ...
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Umount network drives with systemd before shutdown

My shutdown takes quite a long time (I'm on Debian 8.1) and I found out that it can be fixed by unmounting the network drive before shutting down the system. Apparently the network gets disconnected ...
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Internet connection only through VPN after forced shut down

When on campus, I can only access the internet via the university's VPN. The connection is established by the Cisco Annyconnect Client (version 4.1). I also set the proxy in the browser. All according ...
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How do I make a service stop all at once?

I used the script here to create a service to start and stop a Minecraft server on boot and shutdown. The script basically starts the server jar file in a GNU screen (it also does backups and updates ...
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Failed unmounting /home during shutdown arch linux

I've installed arch on my system multiple times and everything has worked fine, but since last installation I've been seeing messages : Failed unmounting /home. and Failed unmounting /run/user/1000. ...
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Shutdown command fails

Running lxc on my Debian 8 system. Container stopped responding to ssh. lxc-console and lxc-stop were both unresponsive. /etc/init.d/lxc stop was unresponsive. Fine, time to reboot. shutdown -r ...
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After sending shutdown command, ssh session doesn't terminate

Whenever I send the command to turn off or restart my Debian servers, my shell is left hanging and unresponsive (can't type any commands). Performing the same action in Ubuntu results in the ...
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Graceful shutdown with option to save files or cancel

How do I shutdown a desktop session gracefully from the command line without root, giving programs the option to ask the user to save files or cancel the shutdown? I know shutdown, halt, and other ...
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Critical temperature reached - don't shut down

In my syslog I had: thermal thermal_zone0: critical temperature reached(102 C),shutting down I lost data due to this. I would much rather that the system: suspended to RAM, or lowered the clock ...
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running command before shtudown doesn't seem to work

I've created an ubuntu server kiosk based on some guide that I've found and I'm trying to stop the kiosk before the shutdown. The kiosk is being started automatically or manually with the command sudo ...
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How to schedule shutdown every day?

We have a server that is used for Linux thin clients in a class. The server is started when required and I want to schedule it to power off at 22:00 every day to avoid power wasting. I thought of ...
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How do i force shut down on a computer without on off button

I have a chromebook, I just installed Uberstudent(based on ubuntu 14.04) on it and when I tried to reboot it after installing, it doesn't shut down. It just says SQUASHFS error: Unable to read ...
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Gentoo portage continue after shutdown

Can I rerun my command to install KDE full after a shutdown and will it continue? I'm installing KDE and it takes a while now. I'm on my laptop and it's pretty late here. There are many packages to ...
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open ssh server back [closed]

After I type # shutdown -h now from terminal, I can't access to the ssh remote server. (ssh root@10.101.6.240) How should I open back the ssh server?
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KDE: Leave --> Turn Off Computer not shutting down system

I recently decided to install Debian 8 with the KDE desktop environment. A problem I have been having is shutting down the computer. The computer always restarts even when I tell it to shut down. I ...
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What is the difference between these commands for bringing down a Linux server?

Reading "What is the difference between Halt and Shutdown commands?" , I generally have an idea what does the command shutdown does, with or without -h/-r options. The "halt" command performs ...
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Linux Mint 17.1 shutdown option doesn't work

Sometimes when I use the shutdown option in cinnamon the system closes some of the running programs and then just sits on the desktop until I tell it to shutdown again. The shutdown and poweroff ...
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what does mount -o remount,ro / actually do (under the hood)

To remount a mounted filesystem to read-only, I can use following command: mount -o remount,ro /foo This is used for example in the shutdown sequence, where root filesystem (/) is remounted read-...
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How to setup boot scripts to save orphan inodes after improper shutdown?

after abnormal shutdown in dmesg I have [ 16.107445] EXT4-fs (dm-1): INFO: recovery required on readonly filesystem [ 16.107450] EXT4-fs (dm-1): write access will be enabled during recovery [ ...
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How to shutdown Linux parted magic from terminal?

Once in a while I have to use parted magic to restore superblocks. I tried to execute in the terminal: shutdown -h now telinit 0 Both did not work, what else might be possible to shutdown Linux via ...
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How to poweroff headless machine using a script

I have a Java application that starts automatically when the headless machine (Ubuntu 14.04 Server) boots and runs as a user. When the application is finished I need it to execute a script to ...
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How to protect against purge of bash history?

Following the answer: When closing multiple bash instances at the same time, there is a known race condition that may cause the history to be cleared. This occurs because there is no locking ...
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Why doesn't Linux shutdown cleanly?

I'm running Linux Mint with LXDE on Dell Inspiron 1501. Whenever I issue poweroff command, or reboot or shutdown the computer via the graphical menus, it doesn't seem like a clean shutdown. In ...
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Debian wheezy - hanging on shutdown

My debian system hangs when I'm trying to shutdown/reboot. It hangs on: kvm: exiting hardware virtualization (infinitely blinking white cursor) I've tried to shutdown by gui and by poweroff/...
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How to escape from command line interface in fedora21?

I was stuck in command line interface of Linux Fedora 21. I don't know how to get to the GNOME. I forced my laptop to shutdown by hitting the power button several times. Now I really want to know how ...
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How to turn off scroll lock LED, indicating keyboard layout, when the PC is turned off

I edited the file /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/90-keyboard-layout.conf: Section "InputClass" Identifier "keyboard-all" MatchIsKeyboard "on" MatchDevicePath "/dev/input/event*" Driver "evdev" ...
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Is there any command in linux which will force linux machine to not shut-down

I have a very important process which is having a Queue, In Queue i'm storing important data and when if someone trap that process it must have to process the data which is there in the Queue after ...
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Why doesn't `shutdown now` (with no other arguments) run init scripts?

I'm running Rasbpian on my Pi, and I have a script in /etc/rc0.d (or more precisely, a symlink to /etc/init.d/myscript.sh) that does some GPIO output to notify the user that power can be shut off. If ...
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SSD dedicated to swap-only fails on Debian or Ubuntu

It did not happen to me yet, but if I dedicate a single SSD (non-RAID) to swap-ONLY and the server system is using it to full capacity - what happens next? How am I to recover, assuming I have an ...
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Configure power button to shutdown on Debian/Mac Mini G4

I use Debian/PPC on an old Mac Mini G4, it currently serve as a DLNA server (UPnP), no mouse or keyboard plugged. I would like that my power button also serves to shutdown the box. Currently it does ...
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Server shutdown suddenly [closed]

One of our production server shutdown suddenly for unknown reason. I've checked the logs and found this: init: tty (/dev/tty5) main process (2399) killed by TERM signal Dec 7 12:02:32 rh init:...
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Right way of running a root task/program at background

I'm writing a program that needs to run at the background as root. (for any user) To do this I used the /etc/rc.local file. And it seems to work. The problem that I am experiencing is, when a ...
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Properly power down SSD during shutdown

I recently got a Samsung SSD. I have debian wheezy installed on it. I carry it around in a USB enclosure and boot both my work and home computers from it. How can I ensure that the system properly ...
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Shutdown script seems to be executed twice

I have a small backup bash script that I wrote for my computer at work. I have copied the script into /etc/rc0.d/ and called it K01backup so it is executed before anything else upon shutdown. It backs ...
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Shutdown so fast on iMac

I'm using Ubuntu 14.04 on iMac 27 in dual boot with OSX via rEFInd. It works nice but when I click to shutdown the Ubuntu it is so quickly and the screen becomes black in 1 or 2 seconds. So I can ...
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Why does my script does not run in runlevel 0?

I made a script with following LSB header #! /bin/sh ### BEGIN INIT INFO # Provides: updateservice # Required-Start: $local_fs $time $network $named $syslog # Required-Stop: $local_fs ...
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Can you make a linux system halt and boot my Raspberry-pi at certain times?

How to make a system turn itself off and back on at different times. For example I would have my "server" turn off at 4 A.M then turn back on at 5 A.M every day. Is this possible? I am using a ...
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how to reboot multiple computer using bash loop from the txt file

can anyone knows how to reboot computer in just one line code of bash (by looping itself). The details will be get from the text file which are the IP Address of each computer. When the script gets ...
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On shutdown, do un-mounting drives happen before shutdown signal handling?

So based on my understanding of the Unix/Linux shutdown process (which is highly limited I admit), I think at some point these steps happen: 1. mounted drives get unmounted 2. a termination signal ...
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shutdown program doesn't terminate after scheduling a shutdown

I'm having a bit of trouble with my home server (running Debian 7.7). When trying to schedule a shutdown, the following occurs: serverbox:~ $ sudo shutdown -h +10 Broadcast message from root@...