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SubjectRe: How to power off with ACPI/APM?
On  3 Jan, Michael D. Crawford wrote:

> Looking back in the ACPI kernel config help, it says you can use ACPI
> if you also have APM enabled, which I didn't do at first.

That's wrong then, you can't use ACPI and APM at the same time.

> I enabled
> it, and the "S5 failed" message goes away at the end, but my machine
> still doesn't power down. I notice in the kernel messages at boot
> time that ACPI says something like "APM already enabled, exiting".

ACPI doesn't work very well. If you just want your machine powered
off automatically you might want to try just APM.

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Servus,
Daniel

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