How to fix Linux Mint shutdown problem

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How to fix Linux Mint shutdown problem

Postby Zorba » Fri Nov 23, 2012 2:30 pm

If you face a shudown problem on linux mint , which is caused by the switch to plymouth here is the solution:


1- Solution 1: run in terminal:

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sudo shutdown -P now


if this doen't fix the problem then try:

2- Solution 2:

Step 1: Go to terminal and type


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sudo gedit /etc/default/grub



It will open the grub file. Change the line

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GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash"

to

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GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash" acpi=force apm=power_off

and close it after saving.


Step 2: Again hit the terminal and type


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sudo gedit /etc/modules



It will open the modules - just type apm power_off=1 below lp and save the file.


Step 3: Next type in the terminal

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sudo update-grub


Now the grub will be updated and you won't face any issue with shutdown.

In addition, you may need to modify ACPI configuration to enable smooth shutdown. To do so, type the following in the terminal.


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sudo modprobe -rf rt2860sta
sudo modprobe rt2860sta
echo blacklist rt2800pci | sudo tee -a /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf



Once you restart your computer, your shutdown would be proper and things won't hang at shutdown.

3- Solution 3:

You can get a patch for mountall from a ppa that will allow you to remove plymouth but this is not going to help this problem which is caused by libplymouth2.

You need libplymouth2. You need to file a bug on this or find one that you can join;
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ubuntu-bug libplymouth2
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Re: Linux Mint Nadia shutdown problem solution:

Postby Zorba » Mon Jun 23, 2014 4:09 am

this applies to Linux Mint 17 too :D
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Re: How to fix Linux Mint shutdown problem

Postby enxio27 » Sun Jul 13, 2014 12:07 pm

I tried ths, and got:

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sudo: gedit: command not found


What do I need to do next?

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Re: How to fix Linux Mint shutdown problem

Postby PatH57 » Sun Jul 13, 2014 12:35 pm

replace sudo gedit with sudo leafpad
or install gedit from the package manager.
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Re: How to fix Linux Mint shutdown problem

Postby enxio27 » Sun Jul 13, 2014 1:46 pm

PatH57 wrote:replace sudo gedit with sudo leafpad
or install gedit from the package manager.

Is gedit the generally-preferred text editor? (Under Windows I use TSE, The Semware Editor.)

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Re: How to fix Linux Mint shutdown problem

Postby PatH57 » Sun Jul 13, 2014 1:52 pm

well prefered is not accurate, youdo prefer an application usually because you got used to it.
gedit used to be on a lot of linux distro and therefor is often used as the text editor. Now that you have an idea of how it works you can replace "gedit" with what ever YOU like more. Also for command line I would recoomend to keep it, it's small and you only have to use it when you need to. (a bit like notepad in windows it's just a basic text editor)
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