[Pkg-xfce-devel] Bug#814611: Bug#814611: wexfce4: shut down buttons don't shut the system down correctly

Yves-Alexis Perez corsac at debian.org
Sat Feb 13 13:47:27 UTC 2016

On sam., 2016-02-13 at 20:07 +0700, Thomas Versteeg wrote:
> When I press the shutdown button in either whiskermenu or the action buttons
> the following happens: instead of shutting down correctly my screen changes to
> a TTY login screen. I can not use my keyboard at this point since no
> combination of keys seem to do anything.
> This doesn't happen when I use `sudo shutdown -h now` for example.
> I am using the SLiM login manager.

Does it work with other login managers (like LightDM)? It's quite possible
that SLiM is not doing a good job at handling logind sessions so you have
permissions to shutdown.


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