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I've been using ubuntu for a year now, and 8.4 for about 4 months, without any problems at all. the logout/shutdown is always the same. well, thursday night, I clicked ...
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    weird text on shutdown


    I've been using ubuntu for a year now, and 8.4 for about 4 months, without any problems at all. the logout/shutdown is always the same. well, thursday night, I clicked shutdown, and started to walk away, and looked back and saw 4 lines of text across the screen, instead of the ubuntu symbol that is always there on shutdown, I only managed to read part of it b-4 it went black, and that i don't remember exactly, but it said something like: starting (arch) acorn..... I have not been able to get it to happen again. I'm a newbie. is this anythig to be worried about ? thanks

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    You probably just saw the shutdown screen instead of the splashscreen, nothing to be alarmed about.
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