Bug#575033: general: The button "shutdown" dont shutdown the machine, only show me the login window.
joss at debian.org
Tue Mar 23 09:16:02 UTC 2010
Le lundi 22 mars 2010 à 15:47 -0700, Russ Allbery a écrit :
> David Jorge <davidjhi at gmail.com> writes:
> > I have debian testing and gnome.
> > I tried to shutdown the machine, with the "Shutown button" of gnome, but
> > dont works..... only show me the login window.
> > I can shutdown the machine with the command line.
> If you reboot the system, you'll probably discover that it works again.
> At least, that was my experience. For some reason, package upgrades can
> cause that GNOME menu to stop working in various interesting ways until a
> clean system reboot.
If that’s the case, it’s probably caused by D-Bus upgrades. Since this
retarded daemon is not able to restart without killing all connections,
you basically need to at least log out and login again, and sometimes to
reboot, every time it is upgraded.
Note that your problem can also be caused by bad consolekit setup.
Especially, if you don’t login through GDM, you need to install
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