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SubjectRe: why does no kernel turn off the power ?
On Mon, Jun 14, 1999 at 11:10:37PM +0200, Helmut Naughton wrote:
> On 14 Jun 99, at 13:59, Christoph Hagedorn wrote:
>
> > 
> > Just one kernel(2.0.36) turned off the power of my pc yet.
> > I compiled "turn power off on shutdown" into the 2.2.9kernel but there's
> > no
> > reaction after using this new kernel and shutdown.
> > Does anybody know why ?
> >
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> What distribution of linux do you use? I have the same problem
> using SuSE 6.1 and i guess the error is somewhere in the
> shutdown process (just guessing). I have a FIC VL-601 mainboard
> and i am using the SuSE kernel 2.2.5, the developer kernel 2.3.6
> and the ac version 2.3.5ac1. Since it does't work in either of them, i
> don't guess it's a kernel problem. Somebody would have noticed.
> But i haven't contacted the folks at SuSE yet, amybe after this is
> resolved...

If your sysvinit is not too old you can try _shutdown -p now_ or
_poweroff_.

Regards,

Jogi

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