Last edited by vfbsilva (2012-06-11 20:41:12) Offline #22 2012-06-11 20:41:30 DSpider Member From: Romania Registered: 2009-08-23 Posts: 2,273 Re: Shutdown and reboot not working Sure. To save from such a situation, comes the magic sysRQ keys. Offline #19 2012-06-11 19:50:10 matth Member Registered: 2011-11-09 Posts: 20 Re: Shutdown and reboot not working Inxsible wrote:matth wrote:Do you guys have any nfs drives mounted via fstab? Not the answer you're looking for? http://vidivit.com/not-working/shutdown-command-not-working.html
To check if sysrq is enabled on the system or not, echo the value. Please save your work." All other logged in users will see a broadcast message in their terminal like this [[emailprotected] ~]# Broadcast message from [emailprotected] (/dev/tty1) at 21:35 ... and hangs.Somebody knows how to fix it?This problem makes board useless for industrial applications till fixed. Adv Reply April 18th, 2014 #2 marco-prolog View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Apr 2014 Beans 6 Re: Ubuntu 14.04 won't shut down...
I let you know when i tried at home.Cheers.If you don't use NFS shares, you don't need @netfs daemon. Which security measures make sense for a static web site? Offline #23 2012-06-11 20:43:41 vfbsilva Member From: Brazil Registered: 2010-04-08 Posts: 99 Re: Shutdown and reboot not working DSpider wrote:Sure. The command simply hangs and nothign happens.
Dropping 1 into /proc/sys/kernel/sysrq tells the kernel that you want to enable SysRq access (it's usually disabled). If powered off then why does reset restart it rather than power?I'm going to try my other system with a fresh SD card to see if this is a one-off or Update:Just once, the
Why did the Winter Soldier kill these characters? Shutdown -r Now Reboot When it's not working (form button action) I tried what you said ALT + PrintScreen + R E I S U B but nothing happened. As we know, sometimes servers misbehave due to things put them through, and you can quickly end up in a situation where things are going badly. The question is what state is the board in after
Identify the chords Movie involving a cute Blondie that fights a dragon What are options to increase difficulty? Linux Shutdown Command Not Found I think xorg is unrelated to the problem as I could not shutdown as root in tty whitout an Xsession spawned. The syntax is shutdown [OPTION] [TIME] [MESSAGE] Shutdown linux To shutdown a machine call the shutdown command like this # shutdown -h now The h option is for halt which means To do things a little more carefully, read on.
Create a new user, log out, and then try "sudo reboot" from this account.$ sudo useradd -m -g users -G audio,video,storage,wheel,power -s /bin/bash testusernamehttps://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Be … ing_a_User Last edited by DSpider (2012-06-11 http://superuser.com/questions/835658/debian-cannot-reboot-nor-shutdown There's a better way of rebooting a misbehaving server that Wikipedia shows with the mnemonic "Reboot Even If System Utterly Broken": XHTML unRaw (take control of keyboard back from X), tErminate Shutdown -r Now In Linux I can't reboot as root. Shutdown -r Now Linux Reboot Check the wikipedia article.
Code: shutdown -h now Adv Reply April 19th, 2014 #6 marco-prolog View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Apr 2014 Beans 6 Re: Ubuntu Offline #2 2012-06-11 07:03:09 SanskritFritz Member From: Budapest, Hungary Registered: 2009-01-08 Posts: 1,633 Website Re: Shutdown and reboot not working At least tell us what command you use to shutdown:dbus-send --system To be sure of that, you can use the -P switch with shutdown to poweroff the computer. It does the same things and takes the same options. # poweroff 5. Linux Reboot Command Not Working
asked 1 year ago viewed 78904 times active 30 days ago Blog How We Make Money at Stack Overflow: 2016 Edition Stack Overflow Podcast #94 - We Don't Care If Bret sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install --reinstall ubuntu-desktop sudo apt-get install unity At first I thought it still wasn't shutting down, it normally takes 5 seconds, but for some reason it's password in plain sight in url. have a peek here Adv Reply April 18th, 2014 #4 marco-prolog View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Apr 2014 Beans 6 Re: Ubuntu 14.04 won't shut down...
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I can't reboot as root.Why? Now what if you want to shut down forcefully, i.e., you don't want to wait for processes to close normally? Create a new user and then try "sudo reboot".$ sudo useradd -m -g users -G audio,video,storage,wheel,power -s /bin/bash testusernamehttps://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Be … ing_a_UserStill this makes no sense as I'm trying reboot as root Debian Shutdown Command It can be used to shutdown or reboot linux.
icanhazip FAQ Résumé Keybase RSS Linux: emergency reboot or shutdown with magic commands January 29, 2009 By Major Hayden 30 Comments Most linux distributions use some type of mechanism to gracefully Is it in some form of hibernation? So we can check it against mine and maybe pinpoint what is the problem. Check This Out Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the
In both cases to restart the system after the "shutdown" I have to press the reset button not power so the board is not powered off it seems. The system did shutdown but did not restart again; I had to use the reset button instead.Looking at the messages log there is an entry: "shutting down for system reboot" so, I sometimes get hanging shutting down if I don't manually umount my nfs drives first.If that is the case, you should run the netfs daemon in your DAEMONS array. Should this solve the issue for you, consider posting a bug report for it to get the search for an actual structural fix going.
This fixed the reboot and made the system reach the point where it prints "System halted" (or something similar) as the last line in the shutdown sequence. What are options to increase difficulty? Can a monk deflect a magical missile? What does it say in the terminal or on tty1 (Ctrl+Alt+F1)?$ pacman -Qo reboot poweroff /sbin/reboot is owned by sysvinit 2.88-3 /sbin/poweroff is owned by sysvinit 2.88-3DSpider wrote:I'm doing this as