after performing a clean install of Lubuntu 18.04.2 LTS, 64 bit, I experience shutdown/reboot problems. The system hangs at a specific point.
After deactivating plymouth (“noplymouth” instead of “quiet splash”) I was able to find out where the system hangs.
The last entries are as follows:
systemd-shutdow : 12 output lines suppressed due to rate limiting
systemd-shutdown : Syncing filesytems and block devices
systemd-shutdown : Sending SIGTERM to remaining processes
systemd-journald : Received SIGTERM from PID 1 (systemd-shutdown)
systemd-shutdown : Sendig SIKILL to remaining processes …
systemd-shutdown : Unmountig file systems
EXT4-fs (sdc1): re-mounted. Opts: block_validity,barrier,user-xattr,acl,errors=remount-ro
systemd-shutdown : All filesystems unmounted
systemd-shutdown : Deactivating swaps
systemd-shutdown : All swaps deactivated
systemd-shutdown : Deactivating loop devices
systemd-shutdown : All loop devices detached
systemd-shutdown : Detaching DM devices
kvm: exiting hardware virtualization
So the kvm thing seems to be the culprit.
Does anyone know what to do?
The whole thing is a bit odd as I have a pristine system and everything should work perfectly.