On 04/28/2014 12:49 AM, Roger wrote:
I have just Fedup'd Fedora 19 to F20 on a Dell 1520 laptop and it
works well, took about 4 hours to complete still has the same php
error message about /usr/lib64/pdo-mysql.so but all works well.
There seems to be no way to shut own the system other than going to a
terminal and entering shutdown as root.
I vaguely remember other Fedora versions had the same thing and we had
to install some app to provide the shut down menu.
What is that has to be installed to get a shut down in Fedora 20
please? Why would a shut down or reboot menu be missing? Some folks do
still switch off for the night or while they are away. Puzzling.
poweroff works as a user. You don't have to su to poweroff or reboot.
At least I don't.
shutdown DOES see to require root priv.