Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 31860
doesn't shutdown right
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:32:11 EDT
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User-Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0b; Windows NT 5.1)
wehn I am in xwindows and I log out to the sign out screen, I try to
shutdown. When I go to shutdown it acts like it is shutting down and then
it goes back to the sign in screen. I then shut it down again and it shuts
Steps to Reproduce:
1.logout of xwindow
2.go to shut down, doesn't shutdown
3.I go to shutdown and it shuts down this time.
Actual Results: after the second time it does shut down
Expected Results: it should shut down the first time
Are you using KDE or GNOME, or something else? Is your system set up
to boot directly into XFree86 via xdm/kdm/gdm? ie: runlevel 5
Please give as many details as you can. Also, please include a file attachment
using the attachment link below of your X server logs and your XF86Config-4.
I don't even know what video card you have or any useful info at all
to look into your problem. Please supply me with the X server logs,
XF86Config-4, and whatever other useful information you can think of tht might
help me to reproduce your problem.
Inadequate information supplied in bug report. Closing bug report
after 8 months of inactivity. Please reopen the report and supply
the requested information if the problem still exists for you in
our current release of Red Hat Linux 7.2.