Bug 4980 - init 1 command causes Rosa R5 to reboot
: init 1 command causes Rosa R5 to reboot
Status: UNCONFIRMED
Product: Desktop Features
Classification: ROSA Desktop
Component: All
: unspecified
: All Linux
: Normal normal
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Assigned To: ROSA Linux Bugs
: ROSA Linux Bugs
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Reported: 2015-01-31 02:54 MSK by andrea_scopelliti
Modified: 2015-02-13 06:19 MSK (History)
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Description andrea_scopelliti 2015-01-31 02:54:34 MSK
If from a root console in Rosa R5 x64 you launch the init 1 command, you go in terminal mode, but after few seconds the system reboots without any message.
Comment 1 Denis Silakov 2015-02-11 19:01:58 MSK
Does "systemctl rescue" command work for you?

And what do you mean under "you go in terminal mode"?

"init 1" and "systemctl rescue" should behave in the same way - you should see a message like "give root password for maintenance or press ctrl+d to continue", then you should enter the password and enter the single user mode. But maybe smth became broken in your system.
Comment 2 andrea_scopelliti 2015-02-12 06:16:06 MSK
(In reply to comment #1)
> Does "systemctl rescue" command work for you?
> 
> And what do you mean under "you go in terminal mode"?
> 
> "init 1" and "systemctl rescue" should behave in the same way - you should
> see a message like "give root password for maintenance or press ctrl+d to
> continue", then you should enter the password and enter the single user
> mode. But maybe smth became broken in your system.

Thanks for the reply.
I have to partially correct the bug it is not a reboot but a logout.
I try to better explain:
- I open the Konsole and go to root mode
- I type init 1
- Xorg closes and I go in terminal mode (character based gui)
- for few seconds I see the prompt asking give root....., then the system logs out and I am back to the login screen.

Same behaviour with systemclt rescue command. No problem to access rescue mode from grub (but in this case characters are very small, as I have a 4k monitor with a Quadro K5200 card).
I have another system with a Quadro 6000 card and the same problem.
Comment 3 Denis Silakov 2015-02-12 23:49:44 MSK
Have you try to launch "systemctl stop kdm"? (this is for the case if you are using KDE with kdm, for other display managers you should use corresponding service name)
Comment 4 andrea_scopelliti 2015-02-13 06:19:21 MSK
(In reply to comment #3)
> Have you try to launch "systemctl stop kdm"? (this is for the case if you
> are using KDE with kdm, for other display managers you should use
> corresponding service name)

Just tried.
The system goes in charcter gui and freezes: no prompt this time. It is only responsive to the CTRL+alt+del keyboard combination to reboot.