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systemctl --failedis all pass. So all is good there.
ext4so shouldn’t affect shutdown. So all is good there.
You have the
shutdownhook. So all is good there.
lspcicaused terminal to freeze, then let’s leave that one. Not sure why it would even freeze either at the moment.
If having booted into
ttygives you an error as you’ve indicated, then most obviously it serves no purpose to go that route either. Other issues portend.
We’ll look into this.
You mentioned you had issues with your video card.
Are you using Nvidia or AMD alongside Intel, for example?
Was there an update or some kind to your graphics recently when you did
pacman -Syu, for example?
journalctl -p err -b
journalctl -b -1
man journalctland / or
man systemctlto get an idea of what you are about to do.
Use the up or down arrow to navigate.
Also, can you boot into
ttyand regularly shut down or reboot from there?
Also, what is your video card.
man lspcito get an idea of what you are doing if not sure.
We are going to look to see what
mkinitcpio --helpto 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 dfto 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.
I believe it’s because kwallet is holding the ‘secrets’ to release the password for the network until the user interrupts kwallet to release said information.
Historically, I 've just set a blank password, select next or cancel and that was the end of the nagging kwallet.
disconnected (reason ‘user-requested’
Can you disable
kwalletif your’re not using it.
Does it make much of a difference in doing so.
I think I see what might be going on.
Both apps are “fighting” each other.
Much like if you were to have 2 network managers.
I’m going to go out on a limb here but can you try
systemctl stop dhcpcd.service
systemctl disable dhcpcd.serviceg
systemctl enable NetworkManager
systemctl start NetworkManager
If these don’t work, revert back to original settings.
If not using KDE, then Let’s move on to the next step.
Firstly, to see if you actually do or are using dhcp or dhclient, use
htopand do a search.
F3and input either one or both to determine that your’re using
If you truly are not using it after checking, then the next following steps are useless to you and we’d have to stop there.
But let me know in this thread regardless.
If you do find out that you are using
dhcpand it’s client, then do the following in this file.
If you don’t have it, create it.
/etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.confinput this information
then do the following:
/etc/resolv.conf.input the following.
if you don’t have this file, create it:
name_servers=<your name server>
To find your name server, do the following and make comparisons to ensure correctness:
and find your name server and input that value.
/etc/resolv.conf.I just mentioned earlier.
Then do the following:
ensure that your
systemd-resolvedis enabled by doing the following:
sudo systemctl enable systemd-resolved.service
Hopefully you’ll have it.
Then do the following:
Check to see if your
sudo systemctl disable systemd-networkd.serviceis running or not. If it is, disable it. YOu check by doing a
systemctl statuscheck on that particular service.
Then do the following:
If none of the above steps have worked for you, revert back to the original settings as most obviously they haven’t worked.
A couple of things interest me.
Firstly, I understand that a bug at bugzilla has been stated.
HOnestly, I really don’t know how to proceed from here as it’s obviously a scenario experienced by many others in the LInux world using KDE.
What else interests me is this:
failed (reason 'no-secrets', sys-iface-state: 'managed'
If you like, you can all output
journalctl -u NetworkManagerand we can see a bit better.
I don’t think solutions are working until a bit more emphasis on seeing what’s happening.
Also, @looking4afix . Your output that you gave in normal.
If you were getting something like this:
-- Logs begin at Sun 2018-02-25 20:24:22 -03, end at Tue 2018-03-06 21:16:58 -03. -- -- No entries --
This is basically telling you that you have no logs.
What you have is saying in your output that you have no logging entries.
When you have output, try to engage yourself in understanding what your output is and if possible, see if it makes sense to you.
So your output says that there’s no logging. That’s all.
The other thing is that because it’s a bug, I hate to say it but if this problem is persistent throughout, would it help a bit if you folks were able to keep track of this issue and hopefully an update will be soon.
@looking4afix said in [Wi-fi disconnects on login]
Right now I’m at the university, and looking at the system settings, my connection on the university (IFSP BRT) doesn’t have any security, while my wifi at home uses the standard WPA/WPA2, with a password. I started my system and it didn’t disconnected me, it just appeared the prompt to log on the firewall (to access the net).
If I do this proccess at home, will the results be different? I’ll try it later and post it here. Thanks so far
Hi. First of all, don’t worry about being late to post. I"m late to post too many times. IT’s all good.
Secondly, I don’t believe I understand what your’re saying here?
Your’re asking / saying if it’ll be different if you logon at either at home or at your university?
I understand there’s no security at one place and you’ve a password at the other place and that at one place (not sure which one) you didn’t get bumped off from your wifi.
You’re also asking that if you logon at home if you’ll be bumped off the wifi?
I don’t know.
I guess there’s only one way to find out.
Had you a look at the 3 Arch wiki links I provided earlier?
Something else that comes to mind and that is that the firmware isn’t loaded for your machine that is one of the reasons why you have
no wireless extension; however, this wouldn’t make sense because you say you can connect to the wifi with your laptop at the university.
Also, I see that from your output you have power management on. That is a good thing. So at least we’re clear there.
HI. I don’t know if you tried this though:
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Keyboard_backlight > Any vendor