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    How to close the PC when you are on KDE?

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    ahem...
    please note that in the forum rules it explicitly states that all questions should be in english

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    Salut
    as tu ete en mesure d'allumer lordinateur et daller sur le systeme?
    si oui, alors tu as surement remarquer letoile * en bas a gauche
    meme emplacement que le bouton Start dans windows...
    clique dessus et tu vera END SESSION ou LOGOUT

    la dessus tu auras le choix
    • end session
      restart computer
      shut down


    sinon tu as dautre option

    Premierement de fermer completement ton serveur X
    en appuyant su CTRL-ALT-BACKSPACE
    ce qui fermera comptement ton server X (qui est linterface graphique)

    ensuite tu sera dans le mode commande..

    Code:
    FERMER sans aucun avertissement au utilisateur loguer
    shutdown -h //ferme lordinateur 
    
    FERMER avec un delai 
    shutdown -y -i0 -g1 //delai de une second
    
    RESTART lordinateur
    shutdown -y -i6 -g1
    
    
    i=0 interupt 0 fermer
    i=6 interupt 6 reboot
    tu ne devrai pas avoir besoin de tout ceci mais tu le sauras de cette facon
    Il est mieu de passer par linterface que par les commande mais en cas de besoin shutdown -h est la solution a tout tes problemes

    Ugo[/list]




    sorry I posted in french.... I can make the traduction if Moderator wants to I dont mind... I can Translate the question too..
    \"Meditative mind\'s is like a vast ocean... whatever strikes the surface, the bottom stays calm\" - Dalai Lama
    \"Competition ultimatly comes down to one thing... a loser and a winner.\" - Ugo Deschamps

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    um huh lol french? please post problems in english

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    meh. just wanted to get le point across.

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    Ugo: Would you mind too terribly much if i asked you to translate that?
    Their code will be beautiful, even if their desks are buried in 3 feet of crap. - esr

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    Ok lordnothing no problem...
    I only answered in french since he asked the question in french and the reason must've been that he's haviong a hard time with english

    the question was is :
    His having a problem problem with shuting down the computer basicly

    ANSWER:
    click on the *
    choose logout
    and select the Shut Down the computer..

    or the other way is to start terminal and type

    Code:
    shutdown -h
    theres also a few other method

    Code:
    wall "msg" //to give loged user a warning
    
    shutdown -y -i0 -g1 //delay in second before it actually shutdown the computer
    
    shutdown -y -i6 -g1 //will reboot the compute

    BTW olfis opened a new thread regarding this issue but with an english title

    http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/top...tml&highlight=

    since I know hes french and may have some difficulty explaining his issue, I asked him to post a PM to me so I could clarify his question and post the answer without the "language" barrier between us..

    hope MODERATOR doesnt mind to much...
    \"Meditative mind\'s is like a vast ocean... whatever strikes the surface, the bottom stays calm\" - Dalai Lama
    \"Competition ultimatly comes down to one thing... a loser and a winner.\" - Ugo Deschamps

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