Since a few weeks, Ubuntu freezes almost everytime when I shut it down.
I know it because the shutdown animation stops and nothing is responsive: Ctrl+Alt+Del or AltGr+Syst+reisub don't make any difference.
I have tried to look at various log files in
/var/log but only INFO level message are logged.
My hope to solve this problem would be to do a verbose shutdown, one where I could see what's going on, and so what's causing the problem, so I could start solving it.
Therefore, as the title suggest it. Is there a way to see what's going on during shutdown? I could even go to the extreme of doing a step-by-step shutdown if this is the only way.
Thanks for any tips.