Re: No halt/poweroff on an EliteBook 840 G1 after upgrade
Le 17 déc 2014 à 10:36 (+0100)
Miguel Ortiz Lombardía <firstname.lastname@example.org> a écrit:
> I'm running Debian testing (jessie) on an HP EliteBook 840 G1 laptop.
> Everything goes reasonably well, even very well, except that after
> running apt-get update/upgrade on Monday (15 December) I cannot halt
> (poweroff) the computer. When I try to switch it off it just reboots.
> I manage to get it in sleep mode by pressing the the physical start
> button and this is what I'm doing since then. No previous problems in
> this sense before that upgrade. I have 'intel-microcode' and
> 'firmware-linux-free' installed from the beginning.
> Anyone experiencing the same problem or having an idea about how to
> solve it?
> Thank you!
Don't know if it is related but maybe you'd like to know that something
similar was discussed on debian-user-french :
(if you can read French as your mail address suggests).
To sum it up for non French speakers : someone said that « halt » should be
replaced by « halt -p » or « systemctl poweroff ».
Another message talking about the impossibility to poweroff from kde
solved the problem by installing systemd-shim.
Hope you'll be able to solve your problem,