I'm running Fedora for the first time (but I'm not new to linux) and I'm experiencing some problems.
Everytime I poweroff or reboot the PC the system hangs in unmounting the filesystems and doesn't stop even if let alone for a day. The only way of turning of the computer is holding the power button in, but this sometimes leads to the disks resyncing on the next boot.
I've tried to disable SWAP because that's the next item on my colleague's computer after mine stops, this changed nothing. I've also tried to reinstall the system because we thought something had gone wrong during the installation.
The PC is a Dell Studio XPS 435MT with 15034 MB RAM, running Fedora 16 64bit (KDE).
The disks are setup as RAID-1 through the built-in "Intel Matrix Storage Manager" (imsm) and the partitions are encrypted.
And I've all the newest updates to the system, so the kernel is up-to-date.
Any ideas to how I can fix this problem?