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hi all... I am newby... I am searching for a command that shutdowns computer like I pressed "shutdown computer" button in start panel.... when I use shutdown,init or poweroff commands,and ...
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    Question detailed shutdown screen via shell


    hi all...
    I am newby...
    I am searching for a command that shutdowns computer like I pressed "shutdown computer" button in start panel....
    when I use shutdown,init or poweroff commands,and other combinations...they shut down pc immediatly...BUT I want to see flowing green texts that show killing processes and warnings with black backround...
    like I pressed "shutdown" button...
    example:
    "All kill signal send..."
    "Unmounting devices..."
    "end point does not exist"
    ...
    ...etc.

    I will use this command or a script in a program that has to shutdown linux via shell...
    thnx for reply...
    if u help me...I'll be so glad...
    have a nice day...

    ps:also I use knoppix 3.2
    Last edited by tyler; 07-31-2007 at 02:46 PM. Reason: linux version added

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    Code:
    sudo shutdown -r now
    all you need is this command

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    Unhappy thnx but...

    Quote Originally Posted by Tutku View Post
    Code:
    sudo shutdown -r now
    all you need is this command
    thnx for reply....I used this command...but text does not flow...
    only I saw:
    "username login:"
    "system restarting..."

    Sorry...but I want...
    "All kill process send..."
    "Unmounting local filesystem:done"
    "Closing K desktop:done"

    ...etc.
    maybe a little script works...???

    (pardon...boşuna yazmışım...izmirliymişşsin)
    Last edited by tyler; 07-31-2007 at 03:17 PM. Reason: noticed...

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