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    G'Day; Still having trouble with "log Out" when i try I just get a black screen, no curser, nothing, have to hit restart to log in again, any thoughts would be appreciated.
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    Re: Log Out

    python3 will push some headaches with this early alpha; better to stay with Precise if you're afraid with breakages

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    I was under the impression that the whole point of the exercise was to break something then report it, plus I had the same problem with Precise and couldn't get any answer, the whole OS just went bang when I tried to boot, tried recovery mode etc. so I guess a new install is called for, I'll see how I get on with log out with the new install.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miykel View Post
    I was under the impression that the whole point of the exercise was to break something then report it, plus I had the same problem with Precise and couldn't get any answer, the whole OS just went bang when I tried to boot, tried recovery mode etc. so I guess a new install is called for, I'll see how I get on with log out with the new install.
    Regards Miykel
    Hi Miykel,

    What type of PC hardware do you have?
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    G'Day; The mobo is a Gigabyte, the pcu is an i5 intel quadcore, the graphics card is a gigabyte 2 gig. with gt 4800 nVidia drives. 2 X 500 gig HDD's
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    Re: Log Out

    Quote Originally Posted by Miykel View Post
    G'Day; The mobo is a Gigabyte, the pcu is an i5 intel quadcore, the graphics card is a gigabyte 2 gig. with gt 4800 nVidia drives. 2 X 500 gig HDD's
    Regards Miykel
    The reason I ask is that it sounds like an ACPI problem. I have had some older machines behave is this exact way but apparently you have a newer machine - but I am just suggesting that this may be a problem and enabling or disabling ACPI might be a remedy and/or of course it may be another config problem with graphics driver.
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