Re: poweroff jumps to OBP instead of powering off
I had the problem on my U1 when I was running SuSE(A while ago) on it
and booted off the disk1 instead of disk0. My U60 has the problem with
Solaris 10 and I figured it was also because it is booting off of
On Tue, 2007-02-27 at 05:35 +0100, Daniel J. Priem wrote:
> Daniel Smolik <email@example.com> writes:
> > Daniel J. Priem napsal(a):
> >> Hi,
> >> if i type poweroff on the console,
> >> the systems shutdown and then jumps into the OPB instead of powering
> >> off. It's Netra t1 105. this happens with recent kernels in etch.
> >> I think its related to 
> >> if (auxio_power_register && !serial_console)
> >> in arch/sparc/kernel/process.c
> >> if (!serial_console)
> >> in arch/sparc64/kernel/power.c.
> >> Any hints?
> >> Is there already a sysctl option from kernel.org implemented?
> >> Or should we patch the kernel in debian?
> >> Any comments?
> >> Regards
> >> Daniel
> >>  http://lists.debian.org/debian-sparc/2004/03/msg00134.html>
> > I have oposite problem my E450 poweroff but not jumps to OBP as I want.
> > I edit /etc/defaults/halt and now it woks as I want.
> Doesn't help
> > Dan
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