My computer doesn't shutdown completely
lproven at gmail.com
Wed Jan 6 14:07:37 UTC 2016
On 6 January 2016 at 09:04, Catalin Soare <lolinux.soare at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thank you Liam,
> I think I can say that my problem is fixed. After I send the shutdown
> command (either from GUI or command line) it goes through the usual
> shutdown process, then shows me the blinking cursor as before, however
> after about one second another message quickly appears (so quick that
> I never get to read it) and the computer powers off.
> Sorry about top-posting, usually I try to respect these rules, but by
> default gmail moves my cursor on top.
You're welcome. It worked for me in a previous job.
And as you may note, I'm using Gmail as well. No client or anything,
just the normal web interface.
There's a Lab setting you can enable to automatically quote the text
you highlight and leave the cursor at the bottom. I do use this, but
normally, I just press Ctrl-A to "Select All" -- which shows any
hidden quoted text -- and then trim it and reply underneath.
Gmail is one of the best webmail clients there is for quoting the
proper, old-fashioned way. :-)
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