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SubjectRe: acpi poweroff
Yu, Luming wrote:

>This is a clue to track down to the root.
>What's your machine model and kernel version?
>Thanks,
>Luming
>On 2005.05.09 17:17:24 -0300, André Pereira de Almeida wrote:
>
>
>>When I try to poweroff my computer, it reboots.
>>The only way to turn it off is to change
>>
>>acpi_sleep_prepare(ACPI_STATE_S5);
>>
>>to
>>
>>acpi_sleep_prepare(ACPI_STATE_S4);
>>
>>in the function acpi_power_off in the file drivers/acpi/sleep/poweroff.c.
>>I think it's a buggy acpi controller.
>>What's the side effect of this change?
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It is a AMD Athlon XP 1700+ processor with a Asus A7S266 Motherboard. If
it is of any help, the header of de ACPI's FADT says:
OEMID: ASUS
OEM Table ID: A7S266VM
OEM Revision: 1.0B
Creator ID: MSFT
Creator Revision: 1011
André.

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