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Re: Can't Shutdown (ACPI Poweroff problem)



On 9/19/06, Keith G. Robertson-Turner
<fedora-gmane 00003 genesis-x nildram co uk> wrote:
Keith G. Robertson-Turner wrote:

> If I boot to runlevel 3, I can shut down and power off no problem, but
> if I boot to level 5 (any of Gnome, KDE or FluxBox), the shutdown
> proceeds (without error) as far as "called ACPI power off" ... but
> doesn't actually power off.

I've isolated the problem. It's dbus not exiting properly at shutdown.

See: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=207235

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Hi Keith G. Robertson-Turner!

What happens if you update dbus?
# A source website apparently
http://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/dbus

Good Hunting

Tod


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