Linux not shutting down

Linux not shutting down

Post by Jay » Fri, 28 May 1999 04:00:00

When I try to reboot it says INND "failed" and then it stops at 'shutting
down SQUID'. What do I do?

Linux not shutting down

Post by Barton Phillip » Sat, 29 May 1999 04:00:00

Are you using innd and squid? A lot of time they are installed but not used.
Innd is the news server and squid is a proxy caching server. If you aren't
using them then stop those services. You can use linuxconf to do the job.
The tab is in the control area.

Quote:> When I try to reboot it says INND "failed" and then it stops at 'shutting
> down SQUID'. What do I do?


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I'm sure it is possible, I've done it before but I've lost my notes on
the subject: I just installed Suse 6.1 (yes six-dot-one, the old one) on
a labtob (laptop?) and I cannot find how or where to power down the
machine automatically on a shutdown. I know it is something in the
init.d or rc.d directories but I cannot find what or where to configure.

How can I (automatically) power-down my machine on a shutdown?

I don't think it is part of the issue but if it is, my machine is a
Toshiba Satalite Pro 440.



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