By default that starts the taskmanager.liudr wrote: I've not tried ctrl-alt-del key sequence since I usually do remote access. That might just do the job.
The halt option causes more wear on the space bar to achieve exactly the same outcome (since they are synonymous).
Great! That's better than a keyboard combo. It's like a real power button (I know the part RPI can't power itself off)! BTW, I will use a 5V power bank with a bypass so it can be charged and supply 5V to RPI instead of only doing one of the two. Then I will hack the power bank to connect its power switch to an on/off switch on the enclosure.mooblie wrote: ↑Wed Sep 19, 2018 11:31 pmIs this any use:
https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/view ... 1#p1280779
It won't physically remove power, but nothing internal to the Pi will do that without extra/external hardware. However it does put the Pi into a state whereby you can just safely "pull the plug".
BTW: Note that the SAME switch will start up the Pi again. Handy. And being just a push button switch it can be a huge weather-proof glove-friendly one if you wish.
But I often script mine ./offDougieLawson wrote: ↑Thu Sep 20, 2018 4:26 pmThe halt option causes more wear on the space bar to achieve exactly the same outcome (since they are synonymous).
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