How to Auto-Shutdown your Linux System

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How to Auto-Shutdown your Linux System

Automatic shutdown is something very useful for people who can’t be there to do it by themselves when it is needed.

If you want to shut down your computer automatically at or after a certain time, this article, we covered you how to automatically stopped on a computer.

First thing to do is to open a terminal window and type in:

1. Command line shutdown:

To make your system shutdown at that exact tim:

Or

To make your system shutdown in 40 minutes from now

2. Using at:

Here at 22:00 your computer will be  down:

Or

Here after 1 minute your computer will be  down:

2. Using others tools:

a. GShutdown:

Description :

GShutdown is an advanced shutdown utility which allows you to schedule the shutdown or the restart of your computer, or logout your actual session.
GShutdown is a free software under the GPL license. The graphical user interface uses GTK+2.

How to install it:

for install it  you must download the package and install it in termenal:

Ubuntu :

i386 :  

AMD64 :

wget http://gshutdown.tuxfamily.org/release/ubuntu/feisty/0.2/gshutdown_0.2-1_amd64.deb
dpkg -i gshutdown_0.2-1_amd64.deb

b. EasyShutdown:

Description :

Easy ShutDown is an automatic action scheduler for Linux and Windows. As the name suggests, the main action that you will be using this app for is shutting down your systemHow to Install EasyShutdown in Ubuntu: 
you must download the package .deb and install with dpkg command (dpkg -install name.deb)

3. Conclusion

In this post, i have explained How to Auto-Shutdown your Linux System
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