On Tuesday 17 December 2002 17:10, Clive Standbridge wrote:
> On Mon 16 Dec 2002 18:34:27 +0000(+0000), daves debian wrote:
> > Am i right in thinking that I need apm compiled in the kernel to allow my
> > system to turn its own power off when i
> > shutdown -h now ??
> No, it works as a module for me.
> > All the documentation seesm to be about laptops and batt saving ? I run a
> > full size system.
> So do I.
> > Secondly I am having difficulty finding documentation explaining the
> > parameters I can pass to the apm module, any ideas ???
> This solved the same problem for me.
> The parameter depends on your kernel:
> For 2.2, add this to lilo.conf:
> For 2.4, add this to /etc/modules:
> apm power_off=1
> assuming that your 2.4 kernel has APM as a module (kernel-image-2.4.18-k7
> Can't remember where I read this (probably on this list).
> Also, you may need to enable "Power Management by APM" or similar in the
> I hope this helps.
Sure as hell does !!
works a treat with modules
dont need to modify LILO
- From: daves debian <email@example.com>
- Re: apm
- From: Clive Standbridge <firstname.lastname@example.org>