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SubjectRe: mysterious power off problem 2.4.10-2.4.14 on laptop
Hi!

> > Give ACPI a try, for a while I've noticed APM getting mixed up
> > on my home box (its a VIA chipset, I've been told that probably
> > why :), doing things like not powering off and changing the instant-off
> > powerbutton to a wait-5-seconds powerbutton.
> >
> > I switched to ACPI and everythings been working fine :)
> ---
> Thanks for the suggestion. However APM was working superbly for
> my architecture in 2.4.9 and before. It turned off the display when I

You don't want to switch to acpi.... Di binary search of which patch broke
it....
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