Maybe someone could help me to troubleshoot this, if possibly?
Sometimes my system does not shutdown, after I click in the shutdown button. It goes to a black screen “forever”, and from that point I have to force it to shutdown (pressing the power button for a few seconds).
Is there some way to know what is causing this and maybe try to fix it?
I am running EOS with Gnome and 6.4.3 kernel. Below you can see some data from inxi:
CPU: quad core Intel Core i7-7700HQ (-MT MCP-)
speed/min/max: 1309/800/3800 MHz Kernel: 6.4.3-arch1-2 x86_64 Up: 4h 51m
Mem: 6.37/15.51 GiB (41.1%) Storage: 2.24 TiB (40.2% used) Procs: 310
Shell: Bash inxi: 3.3.28
Thanks in advance.
Can you include your motherboard and gpu info in your inxi?
Type: Laptop System: Acer product: Predator G3-572 v: V1.22
serial: <superuser required>
Mobo: KBL model: Sienta_KLS v: V1.22 serial: <superuser required>
UEFI: Insyde v: 1.22 date: 03/15/2019
Device-1: Intel HD Graphics 630 driver: i915 v: kernel
Device-2: NVIDIA GP106M [GeForce GTX 1060 Mobile] driver: nvidia
Device-3: Quanta HD Webcam driver: uvcvideo type: USB
Display: x11 server: X.Org v: 21.1.8 with: Xwayland v: 23.1.2 driver: X:
loaded: modesetting,nvidia dri: iris gpu: i915 resolution: 1920x1080~60Hz
API: OpenGL v: 4.6 Mesa 23.1.3 renderer: Mesa Intel HD Graphics 630 (KBL
Has this been happening since the install or did it happen after an update? Have you tried the LTS kernel?
Well, I noticed it since I firstly installed EOS (around 3 weeks ago).
I have not tried the LTS kernel. Do you know what’s that EOS app to manage kernels? I remember to see something like this but don’t remember the name.
Maybe I can manage things through this app.
you can use the
More info on this post:
Well, you can use our very own akm tool.
Using this you can install almost all the kernels in the Arch repo.
To boot from the kernel you can use this. If you’re using systemd-boot. If you’re using GRUB then you have to edit /etc/default/grub.
Use sudo nano /etc/default/grub and change GRUB_DEFAULT=0 to GRUB_DEFAULT="1>2" So if the linux-rt is the first in the sub-menu it’ll make it boot. If you want more clarification on this use this post in StackExchange. Or you can just replace t…
Great! I’ll take a look. Thank you so much.
Might not be a fix, would just be interesting if we see any different behaviour.