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Auto Shutdown the System

A simple command can be entered in the Terminal to schedule a time for the system to
shut down.
1. Go Menu > Terminal.
2. Enter sudo shutdown -h +m (replace m with the number of minutes, e.g. +60).
OR: enter sudo shutdown -h hh:mm (replace hh:mm with the time on the 24hr clock, e.g.
23:15).
3. Enter password and minimize the Terminal window.

The system will then shut down within the minutes or at the time specified. To cancel a
scheduled time, enter sudo shutdown -c in the Terminal.
Alternatively, you might want to download and install GShutdown, which is a GUI
application for scheduling a time to shutdown the system. If the application cannot detect
your desktop, go to Edit > Preferences > Actions, select "Specify the method manually"
and click the "..." button, then choose "GNOME" for the Desktop and "GDM" for the
Display manager.