On Sun, 2016-05-08 at 13:48 +0200, Timothy Murphy wrote:
Reindl Harald wrote:
> as far as i am everyone i cleanly quit every application before
> and even reboot in a VT and not from the GUI - well, i sync all my
> and userhome with a script between the locations where i work
> by a && poweroff
I never logout on my laptop - I just close the lid and so suspend.
Is that unusual/unwise?
For laptops, probably not. On my desktop I log out really only when
updating. However I presume you do reboot from time to time.
Three ignorant questions:
1. There seems to be no hibernate option on my Fedora-23/KDE machine
in the KDE/Leave menu.
I seem to recall there used to be one?
My KDE/Leave menu has both hibernate and suspend. However hibernate on
F23 doesn't work out of the box. You have to do some manual tweaking to
get it to work, but it it's not hard. See recent messages on the Fedora
2. I notice that CLI "shutdown -r now" seems to work much
than GUI Leave=>Shutdown.
Is the CLI command omitting something important?
RTFM. The "now" option means "don't wait the default time before