Problem occurs 100% of the time on two Mint Cinnamon 64 bit machines
after the latest round of updates when shutting down or restarting from
whisker menu. 'shutdown (-r) now' works without an error.
The most commonly reported 'fix' for this problem is purging old
kernels. I just reinstalled 18.3 Cinnamon 64 from scratch on one and
then installed all the updates. There were only 2 kernels. I removed
4.10 4.13.0-36 is the only one installed. It did not fix the problem. I
did not have the problem before the last round of updates.
Also on another computer with 18.2 which has not been turned on for a while I
never had the problem until I just installed updates. It is using 4.10.0-33
kernel. 220.127.116.11, 4.10.0-33, and 4.13.0-36 are installed.
I had no problem with on two 18.3 XFCE 64 bit machines. One I last
used/updated Sunday 3/4 or another I just updated (including latest
kernel) as of 3/8/18 0245Z.
All computers are set for autologin. I tried turning autologin off on
one Cinnamon but that had no effect.
It appears there is something in the recent updates for Cinnamon that is
causing this problem.
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