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  • Ubuntu Xen error message: execvp: ./chk: Permission denied

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    Windows update on VMWare prompted reboot. I rebooted about 3-4 hours ago. I can shut it down but when I restart, it still indicates 'Windows Shutting Down'. Is there a way to override this?

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