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This one was too easy — using systemctl poweroff instead of sudo shutdown now is the way to go.


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A virtual machine has its own virtual ACPI implementation: it is not directly connected to the ACPI of the host. A VM's ACPI implementation is likely to be relatively minimalist and straightforward, and most virtualization hosts should have pretty much got it right by now, so the question is: what is the actual problem you're trying to solve with acpi=off? ...


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Although you have Debian, this is also on my Ubuntu 18.04/Mint 19.3. This is just error reporting and not a bug, according to Uncle Archie: https://bugs.archlinux.org/task/52777 Funnily(not) I also run an aging European(ECRM?), Lenovo B590 with the same error also seen on other Lenovos', given the age of the BIOS(circa 2013/5), the timing (just after ...


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I had the same problem, and I could disable TPM from an option in the BIOS : under SECURITY, Disable "Trust Platform Technology" -> This disables the TPM chip. Now my problem is gone...


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Usually when I see this happening, it is because the administrator of the VM has not configured or started the services properly. In RHEL/CentOS 6, unless the startup script created a service-specific flag file to indicate that the service was started, the shutdown procedure would skip shutting down that service because it would assume that the server had ...


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