Just installed F16 (dual-boot with Windows 7) on a new workstation. Seem to have ironed out most of the starting troubles except one thing.
At shutdown or reboot (whether via the GUI or terminal using shutdown -P) the system hangs. I get a black screen, upon hitting ESC I see:
Sending SIGTERM to remaining processes...
Sending SIGKILL to remaining processes...
Unmounting file systems...
...and then nothing happens - even tried leaving it when I went home last night in the hope it was just taking an inordinate amount of time. I have to do a hard shutdown.
After reading around a bit I tried using systemctl poweroff -f to shutdown - hung at the same point, but added the following lines in between SIGTERM and SIGKILL:
Network Manager: <info> exiting (success)
systemd-cgroups-agent: Failed to get D-Bus connection: Failed to connect to socket /org/freedesktop/systemd1/private: connection refused
I only installed Fedora on Friday and the reboot after the install also hung in the same way, so I don't think it's anything I've installed. I'm guessing from the error messages that this is likely a systemd problem?
I'm running a Dell T1600 workstation, with an Intel Xeon 1270 processor and 8Gb RAM, with 2 SATA drives set up in a RAID1 array.
Can anyone help? I'm a bit of linux noob, having used ubuntu via work before but never set up systems myself - I've spent hours on Google trying to find an answer and failed miserably :P
Any help appreciated!