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SubjectRe: [ACPI] Machines self-power-up with 2.6.9-rc3 (evo N620c, ASUS, ...)
Hi!

> > > > > :-). Well for some other people it powers up when they unplug AC
> > > > > power, and *that* is nasty. I'd like my machine to stay powered down
> > > > > when I tell it so.
> > > >
> > > > This is likely a similar GPE problem. The GPE for the EC fires even
> > > > in
> > > > S5. I think the EC GPE should be disabled in the suspend method.
> > > It could be the wakeup GPE issue, but must note Pavel's system suffer
> > > the problem even with acpi=off. Could you please try boot your system
> > > with acpi=off, and then reboot with acpi=off, what's the result? I
> > > expected the wakeup GPE is disabled by the BIOS in this case.
> > > Anyway, the DSDT can tell us the wakeup GPE info.
> >
> > You want me to boot with acpi=off twice and see if machine powers down
> > okay in second case?
> Yes, indeed.

Okay, I did poweron, boot with acpi=off, reboot (again with acpi=off),
then shutdown -h now. I got the same strange lightshow at the leds and
reboot instead of powerdown.
Pavel
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