no cats at home, but system (7.0-STABLE) reboots
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Tue Feb 3 05:37:00 PST 2009
El día Tuesday, February 03, 2009 a las 08:32:31AM -0500, Jon Radel escribió:
> Matthias Apitz wrote:
> >El día Tuesday, February 03, 2009 a las 12:36:08AM -0800,
> >perryh at pluto.rain.com escribió:
> >>>I'm searching for monkeys or intruders ...
> >>Brief power outage, perhaps? Some BIOS have a selection of what to
> >>do when power is restored from an outage, typical choices being to
> >>start up, remain off, or return to the state before power was lost.
> >>Others may offer only the first two, or be hardwired to one of them
> >>with no opportunity to choose a different behavior.
> >note: the box is a laptop; I hit the power-off button and pulled out the
> >220V power cable of the power-supply from the outlet (that's why later
> >the laptop after 2h uptime failed with battery empty); in which power
> >outage you're thinking; what could re-boot the box after 36 minutes?
> What communications cables were still plugged in,
the only cable at all was the cable to the power-supply which itself was
without power; no LAN, no modem, no parallel printer was attached;
my Wifi-router was powered off as well;
> and is the BIOS set to
> boot in reaction to certain things happening on them?
there are no option visible in the BIOS for wake-up on XXX;
> Have you read
> through all your BIOS settings looking for clues?
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