Re: enabling apm on laptop
--- Simon Tod <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Okay, so this isn't enough to solve the problem.
> added apm on a new line to /etc/modules and added
> append="apm=on" to lilo.conf (b4 running lilo...)
> /proc/apm doesn't exist, so when I try and run apm I
> get the message 'No APM support in kernel'. Am I
> to have to reconfigure the kernel (how?) or what?
From what you just said, you need to do a apt-get
install apmd . Then from what I see you did not run
lilo after you changed it so I would open lilo.conf in
your favorite editor, make sure that append="apm=on"
is there, save it and then run lilo.
If you then do shutdown -r now as su or root the
system will reboot. The next time that you shutdown
your laptop, it should shutdown correctly.
If memory serves me correctly, I did not have to
load a apm configured kernel on my system for this
procedure to work.
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