Manjaro Live USB turns off a minute after booting. Both Gnome and KDE but works on other computers.
Broadcast message from root@manjaro-gnome (Fri 2022-08-19 10:39:52 UTC):
The system is going down for poweroff NOW!
67.684226) sd-umoun: Failed to unmount /oldroot : Device or resource busy
67.686182) sd-umoun: Failed to unmount /oldroot/run/miso/bootmnt: Device or resource busy 62.682561) sd-umoun: Failed to unmount /oldroot/run: Device or resource busy
67.691279) shutdown(1): Could not detach loopback dev/loop3: Device or resource busy
67.691607) shutdown: Could not detach loopback dev/loop2: Device or resource busy
67.691768) shutdown: Could not detach loopback dev/loop1: Device or resource busy
67.691921] shutdown: Could not detach loopback dev/loop0: Device or resource busy
67.693902) shutdown: Failed to finalize file systems, loop devices, ignoring.
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If it works on other computers, the thought comes to mind that it has got something to do with that particular hardware - but you didn’t give any information on it.
Those messages are perfectly normal. GNU/Linux is quite verbose.
I’m gonna refer you to this comment /oldroot fails to unmount, shutdown unaffected / Newbie Corner / Arch Linux Forums
The cause seems to be that the system can’t unload the nvidia modules before shutdown, so we add a hook to shutdown.
create a file
sudo nano /usr/lib/systemd/system-shutdown/nvidia.shutdown
# Remove all Nvidia modules on shutdown
for MODULE in nvidia_drm nvidia_modeset nvidia_uvm nvidia
# we will have to check if the modules are still loaded because they aren't always
if lsmod | grep "$MODULE" &> /dev/null ; then
and make it executable.
sudo chmod +x /usr/lib/systemd/system-shutdown/nvidia.shutdown
BIOS Version/Date LENOVO 44CN41WW, 18/08/2011
Processor : Intel(R) Core™ i3-2330M CPU @ 2.20GHz, 2200 Mhz, 2 Core(s), 4 Logical Processor(s)
It doesnt last longer than a minute in the Live USB so I’m not able to install or even type or change a setting.
It doesnt last longer than a minute in the Live USB so I’m not able to install or even type or change a setting. So I doubt i will be able to type all this before the system goes off. I’d appreciate it if you could show me how i can work around that
My laptop doesn’t have a nvidia GPU.
My suspicion was new and unsupported hardware, but
isn’t exactly new or exotic.
Since it works on other computers but not on this one
it still can be a hardware problem (faulty components).
I’d verify with another live USB (another distribution - any one will do, even a very tiny one to save on download time) - just to see whether the problem exists with another distro as well.
I have tried several distros, my suspicion is the battery. Its a plug and play machine since I have problems with the battery. I get a notification first thing on boot up. So Im wondering if theres any tweak i can make in the ISO so the laptop ignores the problem. It’s the same with all the distros though.
I do not know what that might mean to you - I cannot extract any meaning out of it.
I’d remove the battery and run it on AC line power - at least for the time being.
That is going to be my only guess.
Plug and Play here means, without direct power I can’t use the laptop since the laptop’s battery is probably dead. So upon boot up into the live USB environments of all the distros I have tried, I get a notification telling me how low my battery is and the Live USB sessions shutdowns some seconds into the boot up.
if the battery is no good anyway - and you know about it, and it creates issues …
remove it - as I suggested
… can’t help but suggest things that seem to logically follow from the available information …
Sure thing, I will try that. Thanks
I removed my battery and its working perfectly. Thank you all for the help