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SubjectRe: Shutdown and power off on a multi-processor machine
I too am having trouble powering off and rebooting an SMP machine.  It
is a Tyan Tiger 230. I have tried to report this a few times with
little to no response. The last kernel that worked for me in this
respect was 2.4.6-ac2. I have tried linus' and alan's kernels both with
no success. I have tried configuring all kernel with APM soft-power
off, real-mode power off (I enable power-off even though the rest of APM
is broken on SMP), ACPI (multiple setups), and nothing at all. None of
these kernel/configuration combos allow me to shutdown or reboot my
machine. I would like to be able to and I know the board still works
because Windows 2000/XP (even though I hate using them) both manage to
shutdown/reboot the machine properly. I have everything I can think of
copiled in statically instead of as modules and also have PNPBIOS enable
in the kernel and the BIOS. Any help would be appreciated.

Jordan

Shawn McGovern wrote:
>
> I have a need for a headless machine to power off at the end of shutdown,
> but cannot get it to work for smp kernels. I tried 2.2.14, and 2.4.9,
> built with smp and apm. If there is a way to make this work, I would
> really appreciate any advice. If it cannot be done I would sure like to
> know that too, so I can stop banging my head on this particular wall.
> Please send responses to me directly as I am not on this list. TIA.
>
> Cheers,
> Shawn
>
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