Re: Power off
do you know if you have APM or ACPI ?
Maybe you are compiling a wrong power manager into the kernel. Whether
you have APM or ACPI depends on you BIOS. If you do not have ACPI
option when you run make menuconfig see if you enabled
"Prompt for development/incomplete drivers" in code maturity
Try enabling ACPI if you have not done so.
Hope this helps. (If it does not --- I do not know what else)
--- Frank Hrebabetzky <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Wed, 27 Aug 2003, Nicos Gollan wrote:
> > On Tuesday 26 August 2003 21:50, Frank Hrebabetzky wrote:
> > > My computer doesn't switch off upon 'shutdown -h now', so I
> looked around
> > > on the net and found:
> > >
> > > To switch the power off on shutdown in Linux:
> > > - Compile apm into the kernel
> > > - Add the following line in /etc/lilo.conf: append="apm=on
> > > - Enter 'lilo' on the command prompt
> > Just for kicks, try it with APM enabled in the kernel but without
> the kernel
> > parameters. Works for me.
> Well, not for me, unfortunately. Same hang as before.
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