I have a clean install of 13.10 using the 3.12 kernel. When I shutdown or restart the process hangs. I press a key and I see:
**Killing all remaining processes ....... [fail]** (fail is in red)
This is followed by more info (sometime referring to
modem and always ends:
mount:/ is busy will now restart (or halt as the case may be)
Then nothing else happens the process hangs there, power on my PC (Dell 5150 desktop) remains on and I need to do a "hard reset" to turn my PC off.
I have seen relatively similar problems but none match mine exactly, I have attempted using:
sudo shutdown -P now
sudo shutdown -H now
But the results are the same.
I am concerned that this unclean shutdown may cause problems and I would like to know how to solve the problem. Can anybody help me? I am not too experienced with Ubuntu and I'm stuck... thanks