Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 588074
Cannot reboot from LXDE logout window
Last modified: 2010-05-02 12:58:07 EDT
I can shut down but not reboot the system from rge LXDE logout window. I can reboot using LXDM just fine.
I can shutdown and reboot just fine from LXDE and your description is too sparse to understand your problem. When you report a bug, please be so kind as to fill out all necessary fields, e.g.
Description of problem:
I can shut down but not reboot the system from rge LXDE logout window. I can
reboot using LXDM just fine.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
should be lxsession-0.4.4-1.fc13 I guess, run rpm -q lxsession to verify.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. what exactly
2. did you
What happens instead of rebooting?
System should reboot
Is SELinux turned on or off? Please give me the output of "getenforce".
Are there any more users logged in? Note that lxsession will not allow you to shutdown or reboot when you are not the only user. Please give me the output of ck-list-sessions before you reboot.
Running lxsession-0.4.4-1.fc13, right.
It used to happen every time I tried but now I tried again and it worked perfectly... I am not aware of any changes I did to the system which would cause this, so closing for now...