Re: Computers doesn't power off
cd into your kernel source directory, and start the configuration
program ('make menuconfig' in most cases..)
you will need to have 'make' and other tools installed in order to do so
(ncurses and a bunch of other dependencies)
in your kernel config, go to the power management section and choose the
features that you would like to include in your kernel or as loadable
modules. after saving your configuration, you'll need to recompile your
you can use 'make-kpkg' to do it the debian way...
Best Regards,Amir Tal
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Adam Funk wrote:
On Tuesday 24 August 2004 22:20, Stefan O'Rear wrote:
On Tue, Aug 24, 2004 at 10:09:02PM +0100, Piers Kittel wrote:
Upgraded to the 2.4.27 kernels on both my work and home computers but
now I find that they both don't power the computer off automatically,
I have to push the power button manually when the computers has shut
down - how to make it turn itself off now?
Thanks very much for your help in advance
Cheers - Piers
You need to enable APM in the kernel. (NOTE: if you enabled ACPI,
ignore my post.)
How do you enable APM or ACPI in the kernel?