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Re: shutdown process



More confused than ever, before checking testing the shutdown with -h  the use of -r did not work properly.  -h worked properly and now -r works as well
On Mon, 2006-05-01 at 23:46 -0400, David-Paul Niner wrote:
Are you using `shutdown now -h`?

I'd start there and then try to debug any issues.

DP

Norm wrote:
> I am sure I am missing something.  I prefer to start core 5 by first 
> booting in level 3 and then to gui.  I find it interesting that the 
> gui interface does not allow me to shut the computer down in this case 
> but if I allow the computer to boot direct to run level 5 the shut 
> down or reboot option is offered.    No particular problem just switch 
> at the command line to either the su or root itself and then shut 
> down.  This is where a inconstancy appears.  The shutdown process 
> seems to go okay until the end when a sh-3.1# prompt appears, no 
> matter what I do the same situation occurs; it does not seem to matter 
> which switches I use if I want the computer actually turn off or 
> reboot at this stage I need to manually turn the computer off. What is 
> happening?
> Norm
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