problems with xfsm-shutdown-helper on solaris
Alessio.Cervellin at Sun-CS-Italy.COM
Fri Sep 23 22:48:49 CEST 2005
I got a XFCE4.2.1 fully working (at least it seems so) on Solaris 11
Nevada b22 x86 32bit.
I configured the sudoers to allow users to shutdown/reboot the system,
and it should be ok because these options are not grayed anymore.
Anyaway, whether I exit from XFCE by choosing "reboot the computer" or
"turn off the computer" the behavior is always the same of "quit current
session": what i get is just a logout from the session and not the
Same problems if I login as root too, so it's not a matter of sudo.
By typing "xfsm-shutdown-helper" as root i get the following error:
By typing "echo POWEROFF | xfsm-shutdown-helper" i get the following error:
Failed to execute child process "/sbin/shutdown" (No such file)
So i linked it to the right path:
ln -s /sbin/shutdown /usr/sbin/shutdown
But typing again "echo POWEROFF | xfsm-shutdown-helper", i get:
Of course, the commands "shutdown" or "poweroff" alone work fine.
Can anyone help?
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