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Re: acpi_power_off hangs


Vlad (diz) Mereuta wrote:
Try adding "nolapic" to the kernel options. It worked for me on a Sony TR2.


I presume you mean "noapic", right?

(can be found in /usr/src/kernel-source-of-your-kernel/Dokumentation/kernel-parameters.txt)

Best regards, Martin Bock

Jorge Filipe Custódio wrote:

Hi everyone,

I'm currently running debian (testing) with kernel 2.6.6 on my toshiba
laptop. My laptop doesn't have APM support, so I have to use ACPI, and
since kernel 2.6.5 I can't turn off or reboot the machine normally,
because it hangs when calling "acpi_power_off" and I have to press the
power button for 3-5 seconds.
Anyone with the same problem ? Any ideia how to fix it ?


I have got the same problem with my sony vaio laptop using debian on a
2.6.6. kernel.
I got the same problem with  my   Mandrake 9.2.

But, I don't know why !!


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