It does not reboot - it powers off - but I always have issues with reboot since I switched to systemd. I have tried both the LILO installed on the PC and the bot floppy the installer made, again to the same ending Someone has tried to convince me it is the Why was Seattle chosen for the site of Expo 62? Brad Figg (brad-figg) wrote on 2011-07-14: Unsupported series, setting status to "Won't Fix". #367 This bug was filed against a series that is no longer supported and so is being marked http://wphomeguide.com/how-to/linux-boot-problems.php
needs to be released to ALL VERSIONS. Abdelrahman (ahamino) wrote on 2010-09-11: #341 I have this same problem with my laptop since, 9.04 ... See My PC Won't Boot for recommendations.If you can't even get into Safe Mode, try booting from something other than the hard drive. Even with the cpu throttled it runs not. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/linux-boot-problems.2377/
That could save me some trouble and money, as I won't have to buy a new full copy of 7. for vmware processes could be the cause - I'm not a linux expert neither, just advanced user, but I still don't know how to test vmware startup modules to check if Linux Kernel Bug Tracker #16521 Linux Kernel Bug Tracker #20242 Red Hat Bugzilla #675433 URL: The information about this bug in Launchpad is automatically pulled daily from the remote bug.
I'm happy to submit any info for either system that will be helpful. Is there any way you can do a system restore/recovery? chugot9218Aug 1, 2012, 12:41 AM Totally agree, that is why I suspect a virus of some sort. How To Check Reboot Reason In Linux Jaunty Linux 2.6.28-11-generic Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU 540 @ 1.86GHz ACER aspire 5315 CharleyS (charley-socci-com) wrote on 2009-06-04: #22 This is the same bug mentioned above (e13) - https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+bug/361123 The issue is
It only happens when I am doing something, never when the laptop is idle. How To Check Last Reboot Time In Linux The FAN is not running fast enough, or often enough, or at the right time, to sufficiently cool the processor. OH, and another note! http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/9819/how-to-find-out-from-the-logs-what-caused-system-shutdown I haven't seen it before (since 7.10).
Flavio Capobianco (norkov) wrote on 2010-06-25: #338 Same problem for me, running Lucid with the latest kernel from mainline PPA. Ubuntu Shutdown Log If you just "wait" for the bug to "happen" you will ge nowhere. Specs: HP dv5242ea | Core Duo 1.60GHz | 2GB RAM | 320GB SATA | DVD-RAM Matshita UJ 840S | nVidia GeForce Go 7400 256mb | Intel PRO 3945ABG ehuang (erichuang03) wrote And the problem's gone...
OinkusboinkusAug 1, 2012, 2:14 AM ..one other piece of info. https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=155066 I have had this occur after a black screen STOP under XP. How To Check Reboot Logs In Linux It happens every time, with battery or without. Linux Reboot Reason Best answer Flying-QAug 2, 2012, 4:27 PM Oinkusboinkus said: Thanks so much Q for your response and info!
Boot-repair help/info: boot-repair I might be able to give more advice as well if the first UEFI settings doesn't work but you can tell me more about what happened when you navigate here If my hard drive DID fail, would the system be able to shut itself down properly and try to reboot like it did? lm_sensors is not able to see the board temperature sensors unless i disable the acpi in grub ... (acpi=off) I want to help investigate this problem, in order to solve it!!! If you can successfully boot into Safe Mode, it's a software problem. How To Check Server Reboot Reason Linux
Although your Win7 disc is an upgrade version it still contains the full OS and recovery console, the difference from a normal disc is that the setup checks for an installed Linux Unexpected Reboot So, I looked through the System Tools > Log File Viewer: and I didn't find the message I saw before BIOS upgrade "Critical temperature reached (110 C), shutting down." Just another OinkusboinkusAug 1, 2012, 2:46 AM chugot9218 said: Basically, I think what we posted before still applies, hardware failures are not likely to nicely shut down your computer, however, a virus can
It gets the point where the system is about to detect Windows on my hard drive and load it so I can get to desktop, but that's where it stops.A SINGLE A person should be able to run cpu intensive applications overnight without causing their laptop to go into thermal shutdown! DapakeAug 1, 2012, 12:30 AM Is there any way you can boot from safe mode and run a scan? http://wphomeguide.com/how-to/linux-and-flat-panel-monitor-refresh-problems.php Is my head gasket cracked?
I highly doubt that cleaning the fans has anything to do with this. That would guarantee no more problems from the virus.This also goes back to the inherent risk we all face of being online in general, and of gaming online. No response at all. Linux Kernel Bug Tracker #16521 Linux Kernel Bug Tracker #20242 Red Hat Bugzilla #675433 URL: The information about this bug in Launchpad is automatically pulled daily from the remote bug.
Repent and donate to the EFF lest you suffer eternally.edit:I really need to refresh tabs before replying. good luck, and if it is a cold shutdown your best chance to know is to control and monitor its environment. I am very interested to have feedbacks on investigation status on this problem and could provide informations if needed. Is the damn thing just antisocial?I am currently incredibly frustrated: I paid for an extended warranty but Lenovo won't look at it until I register the warranty in their system and
OinkusboinkusAug 1, 2012, 12:59 AM Dapake said: Is there any way you can boot from safe mode and run a scan? Please also attach the output of lspci -vvnn and sudo dmidecode See full activity log Displaying first 40 and last 40 comments. As was stated by several others, if you had a RAM or motherboard failure, the system wouldn't politely cooperate and shut itself down. After a hard reset, then a cool down, it's been fine again.
I would notice if it were switching to battery because the machine is setup to behave differently on battery and it does behave differently. (Display dims, sleeps automatically on inactivity, wifi I would expect that string to be logged automatically by the shutdown program. And now when the power button is pressed, a line like below appears in /var/log/messages, /var/log/syslog and /var/log/user.log: logger: in /etc/acpi/powerbtn.sh, presumably Power button pressed Now that's an explicit message in I am able to go into Express Gate, use the internet, etc.
Is there no way of using a different setting in Jaunty that controls the fan a bit better.
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