How can I stop Linux from doing a fake
Restart Computer when I go to select
Restart from the Quit menu.
What I mean by a fake restart is that, it goes to do a restart, shows the splash screen image in my case Linux Mint splash screen, wait a few moments, then the screen turns glitchy pixelated fuzzy noise for split second, blanks, then goes back to the splash screen and returning me to the login screen again.
What should be happening:
Select Quit from the menu, select Reboot, the computer reboots normally showing post boot screen before starting to boot into the OS.
I'm not too sure if this was the result from installing certain packages which handles how the computer should reboot, but I'm unsure, since I don't recall installing something like that, but possibly installed along with something else which is taking over the normal reboot process. I have no idea what package name or what package in particular would be the cause.