journalctl -p err -b
journalctl -b -1
man journalctl and / or
man systemctl to get an idea of what you are about to do.
Use the up or down arrow to navigate.
q to exit.
Also, can you boot into
tty and regularly shut down or reboot from there?
Also, what is your video card.
man lspci to get an idea of what you are doing if not sure.
We are going to look to see what
hooks you have.
mkinitcpio --help to see what other options there are and to have you get a start in learning Linux too.
Also, maybe the type of file system is interfering with the normal shutdown process. File system like lvm or something. Or maybe you have an encrypted system. (shouldn’t interfere but I’ve read it may)
Better yet, do
df -Th | grep "^/dev" instead.
man df to understand these commands.
Show command line outputs for EVERYTHING.
Do NOT paste bin either, please.
I hate going to another weblink for outputs.
Do not just type in what you know you have, show command line outputs.
Use the correct coding for output.
There is a forum post describing how to do this.
Download " antergos-wallpapers-extra " and enjoy community sponsored wallpapers.
Use the "Linux Beginner Search Engine"