qshutdown – shutdown/reboot on schedule

qshutdown - shutdown/reboot/suspend/hibernate on scheduleQshutdown is a slim program to shutdown/reboot/suspend/hibernate the computer. This program may be useful for people who want to work with the computer for a certain time. Qshutdown is a simple but quite functional program that has different ways to schedule computer shutdown: logoff, reboot, suspend, hibernate or shutdown, at time and reverse the count. This program can be useful to people who want to work with the computer for a certain time.
Qshutdown works in different OS and environments: Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu, Ubuntu Budgie.
I tested in Linux Mint, the program works stable, I did not reveal any errors.
In the Settings you can change various values on your own:
Qshutdown - shutdown/reboot/suspend/hibernate on schedule
Qshutdown - shutdown/reboot/suspend/hibernate on scheduleqshutdown - shutdown/reboot/suspend/hibernate on scheduleQshutdown will show a warning 3 times will remain less than 70 seconds to run the Event, which you can also cancel.
Note. When sending a request to shutdown command, the current session is not saved.
Installation latest version into Linux Mint:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:hakaishi/qshutdown
sudo apt update
sudo apt install qshutdown
May the Force be with you,
Good Luck!!!

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