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Month: September 2013

Re: [trinity-users] save system clock to hardware clock

From: Gerhard Zintel <gerhard.zintel@...>
Date: Tue, 24 Sep 2013 00:02:44 +0200
On Monday 23 September 2013, Paul Cartwright wrote:
> I am not at all sure this is a Trinity issue, it could very well be
> Ubuntu problem.
> I was working on the logout issue, since I was running lightdm instead
> of kdm-trinity. NOW when I tell it to reboot, it hangs going down and
> the last message on the screen is:
> save system clock to hardware clock.
> a CTRL-ALT-DEL just cycles the last 4 items and it goes right back to
> sitting at that error message.
> So then I just have to hard power down using the SWITCH.
> any suggestions??

No suggestion, I want to tell you that I have the same problem. First 
installed Ubuntu 13.04 and afterwards Trinity. Than, on a new partition, I 
installed Linux Mint and afterwards Trinity - for both distros same problem 
than described above.

I was able to track it down to --> in /etc/init.d/sendsigs it was not able to 
kill all processesbut I don't know which process gives the problem.

I try to investigate further.