[UFO Chicago] APM on sid
Fri, 10 Aug 2001 17:15:30 -0700 (PDT)
I nuked the partition table on my HDD a few days ago,
so had to reinstall everything. Just for kicks, I
installed Mandrake 8.0 on the PC. Before this, I had
Win98/2k/Debian Sid on this machine, and only 98
actually 'powered off' when I shut down the OS.
Mandrake, also, powered off when I did
shutdown -h now.
Being the debian addict I am, I installed Sid again.
This time I'm running kernel 2.4.7, and I still can't
get it to power down (I've tried running/not running
apmd (which I guess shouldn't matter as all programs
are killed before power down anyway)). I guess my
1. Why does Mandrake power down while Debian doesn't.
2. How do I find out what compilation options the
mandrake folks used to compile their kernel?
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