How can I bring up the shutdown menu of Cinnamon via command line?
Note: I don't want the user menu. This menu for switching or logging out a user is brought up via Ctrl+Alt+Del.
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I am using Linux Mint Cinnamon 17.2, Rafaela. I have my own keyboard shortcut assigned for the shutdown menu. The keyboard shortcut works perfectly fine on this version. It is the same command as the other answer. The man page for
cinnamon-session-quit also has some other options such as
--logout for the logout menu.
I am currently using Linux Mint Debian Edition (LMDE) 2 and I can confirm that
can be used as a command in custom shortcuts (System Settings -> Keyboard -> Shortcut -> Custom Shortcuts).
But it should be easier to set the "Shut Down" shortcut (in System Settings -> Keyboard -> Shortcut -> System -> Shut Down)...