i am using OpenSUSE 11.1.till now its cool except.it is failing to shutting down.i use GNOME as my desktop.and user is root.when i am clicking on computer->shutdown its besically loging out.after that i need to shudown it by from menu. if i try init 0 on command prompt its shutting down the system.what to do?how to fix it?
its directly comming to GUI.a big login screen then i need to enter user name: root password : xxxxxx.
i have some other user ie. raj and oracle but i need to do some network related stuff i prefer to do it as root.but the problem is comming with shutdown as i said.don’t know what is the reason exactly…
OK.i shall not login again as root as directly.but help me solute out the shutdown issue…
Bug 540482 - ConsoleKit: restart fails to restart computer
Classification Product Component Found in Version
openSUSE openSUSE 11.2 Basesystem Final
Severity Priority Status Target Milestone for Fix
Critical P2 - High NEW ---
Hardware OS Resolution Keywords
> Bug 540482 - ConsoleKit: restart fails to restart computer
> Classification Product Component Found in Version
> openSUSE openSUSE 11.2 Basesystem Final
> Severity Priority Status Target Milestone for Fix
> Critical P2 - High NEW —
> Hardware OS Resolution Keywords
> i386 Other
> i am using 11.1 and x86_64,so is it same for me?
I think I had a similar problem of just logging out instead of shutting
down / restarting in openSUSE 11.1. I think, when it logged me out, I
logged back in and tried to shutdown again and it worked…
However it was a long time ago. I seem to remember others with a similar
problem, more recently maybe searching the forums, will help you to
solve the problem.