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Es geschah am Donnerstag, 28. März 2002 23:52 als Anton Altaparmakov schrieb:
> You mell well find that you just need to upgrade your userspace utilities
> to make it work. For me, using the exact same kernel!!! but a different
> distro makes the difference between the computer just sitting there when I
> shutdown -h now or actually powering off...

I'm using latest Debian Woody - up to date packages, so I don't think that
should be the problem.

> Having said all that some versions of 2.4 kernels have broken shutdown so
> it would help if you said which kernel version you are using...

First I used 2.2.19pre17 and everything was fine, now unfortunately I had to
move to 2.4.x and tried 2.4.17 and now 2.4.7 (both Debian customized). Of
course I enabled apm ("apm=on" kernel parameter and also "Enable PM at boot
time"). As this didn't work, I also tried "User real mode APM...", "Allow
Interrupts..." and I tried ACPI instead. All didn't work!

So is there anything else I can do?

> On Thu, 28 Mar 2002, Christian Schoenebeck wrote:
> > (please cc me)
> >
> > Hi everybody!
> >
> > I've got a problem with a machine (using an Asus SP98AGP-X mainboard)
> > that doesn't want to power off since moving from 2.2.x to 2.4.x kernel.
> > As I haven't found any other solution, can I simply replace the new apm.c
> > by the old one from 2.2.x or just a part of the unit or would that be
> > fatal?
> >
> > PLEASE HELP ME WITH THIS!
> >
> > Thanks in advance,
> >
> > Christian Schoenebeck
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