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Problem description

When I shutdown my pc with:

  • sudo shutdown -v now
  • sudo reboot
  • or a normal shutdown

I'm getting an endless shutdown.
By pressing F1 or Esc I can get black console window with line

Wait-for-state stop/waiting

When I press Ctrl-Alt-Delete some lines appear, but I can't see error there.
Ctrl+Alt+F1 enables a console, but I can't type there while shutting down.


Additional information

Problem appeared after installation of Canon LBP6000 printer's driver. I used this instruction. Also I done some neccesary things to make printer work: chmod 777 /dev/usb/lp0


What I did to solve this problem (but still no luck)

I completed suggestions from here.
Result of this and my system information are here.

  • You can answer your own question next time to add the answer to your own question. You should however include steps and such from linked posts to make sure the solutions are kept if a link dies, though. – Thomas Ward Apr 17 '16 at 13:04
  • Who disliked this? This is a well made post. Or maybe it's just the review stuff again. – Star OS Apr 17 '16 at 16:52
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Ran into the same problem with ubuntu 14.04 and canon printer drivers. Had to remove everything i installed. Only after running one of these solved shutdown/restart problem:

sudo apt-get purge libpopt0:i386
sudo update-rc.d -f ccpd remove
# commented out in /etc/ccpd.conf: section <Printer> completely and inside <Ports>
sudo apt-get purge cups cups-daemon cups-server-common
sudo apt-get purge portreserve

I'm pretty sure that sudo update-rc.d -f ccpd remove is the fix, but i won't install canon drivers ever again :)

PS: please note that removing ccpd from upstart job will not start printing stuff automatically.

  • Seems like problem in ccpd only. The only workaround here is to start ccpd by hands on system start and disable before shutdown. – Алексей Титов Sep 3 '16 at 12:34

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