[nmglug] Poweroff Re: Re: Solved Re: Zombie desktop artifact
trailerdog234 at comcast.net
Wed Aug 14 21:05:40 PDT 2019
Yep, systemd. This explains it:
sudo systemctl poweroff
sudo systemctl reboot
On 8/14/19 9:30 PM, Tom Ashcraft wrote:
> OK guys,
> I lucked out and stumbled on the fix for my artifact. Turns out the
> message on the screen can be removed with the same key combinations as
> used to remove widgets *from the panel*, i.e. 'Alt-D, R'. I think.
> Now I can't find where I saw that out of context. Anyway, having done
> that fixes the problem installing one-click launchers to the panels too.
> I can go to bed happy tonight because *everything* I've set up is now
> working correctly. Definitely KDE Plasma and definitely not Kubuntu.
> But I still need to figure out how to get terminal
> shutdown/reboot/halt installed. Back to all that excellent
> documentation in the wikis and the desktop. Must be in there somewhere.
> On 8/14/19 7:46 PM, Tom Ashcraft wrote:
>> Hello NMGLUG,
>> I've got a two-day old install of Debian 10 with KDE Plasma desktop
>> on a brand-new 1TB SSD in a two or three year old 15" HP-Notebook
>> with an AMD CPU. This installed via Calamares running from a live,
>> non-free firmware iso, checksum and signature file verified.
>> Mostly so far everything seems robust and beautiful, but there's been
>> considerable pathology with setting up the panels the way I like.
>> Right-clicking on an application in either of the main application
>> menus (I have a cascading menu in the upper panel, and the default
>> menu in the lower panel) *should* show and permit the option of
>> installing a one-click launch icon on the associated panel--but
>> sometimes it does, and other times it doesn't.
>> Also, I had a dictionary widget in the upper panel that was
>> apparently missing one of the supporting files for some reason. In
>> association with a desktop crash, hard powerdown* and/or my eventual
>> removal of the widget, the error message somehow became permanent.
>> See attached screenshot.
>> Any suggestions for how I might best attempt to repair this?
>> *'ctrl-alt-esc' will kill Plasma (but leave application windows
>> running, presumably because they run in different threads) but I
>> don't yet know how to restart Plasma from the terminal, and for some
>> reason there is no 'shutdown', 'reboot' or 'halt' command installed.
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