[nnnnnn] systemd-cgroups-agent: Failed to get D-Bus connection: Failed to connect to socket /org/freedesktop/systemd1/private: Connection refused [nnnnnn] systemd-cgroups-agent: Failed to get D-Bus connection: Failed to connect to socket /org/freedesktop/systemd1/private: Connection refused Sending SIGTERM to remaining processes... Sending SIGKILL to remaining processes... All filesystems unmounted. Deactivating swaps. All swaps deactivated. Detaching loop devices. All loop devices detached. Detaching DM devices. All DM devices detached. Storage is finalized. [ nnnnnn] Power down. //if halt then [ nnnnnnn ]System halted. //if shutdown then same
when power on start there a message
microcode failed to load file amd_ucode/microcode_amd_fam16h.bin
ACPI Warning: 0x0000000000000b00-0x000000000000b07 SystemIO conflicts with Region \_SB_.PCI0.SMBS.SMB0 1 (20130117/utaddress-251) ACPI: if an ACPI driver is available for this device, you should use it instead of the native driver
I boot with the liveCD ,the same to me can't poweroff but reboot is OK.
So I install the debian fedora ubuntu, also can't poweroff but reboot is OK
When I try the winPE with the USB media. It run poweroff smoothly.
I am a new user, but I like linux!
I hope anyone can help me!
Last edited by ljay207 (2013-07-17 01:21:24)
How are you powering off... are you using "poweroff" or "halt"?
I poweroff it to press the power button for five seconds.
I don't understand... I think we failed to communicate there. I'm asking what command do you use when you want to power down the machine. Do you use the "poweroff" command, or the "halt" command, or "systemctl poweroff", or "shutdown -h now"?
all of these commands I haved to try.
but the result same.
I compiled the 3.20.48 kernel. Then it worked ok.
I think that's the new kernel 3.9.xx's problem.
I hope this maybe help for anyone who use linux on Acer Aspire V5-122p computer.
That is a pretty old kernel. Fortunately, it is an LTS kernel, so is not end of life. It makes me wonder if you have tried the LTS 3.4 kernel. What is nice about that one is that it is in the AUR, with a nice sane config (the old Arch config I believe), and it is getting some degree of maintenance.
You might also want to try going the other way... that is, pull the package from [testing] which is 3.10.1 and see if that might change anything.