freebsd power off automatically
yutaka82 at yahoo.com
Sun Apr 20 21:26:10 PDT 2003
i'm sorry, i forget to mention that i already comment
out the default apm0 disable line
i insert a new "device apm0" after that
i can see apm0 in dmesg
but when i enter "shutdown -p now", the system just
reboot instead of turning off the power
i also put apm_enable="YES" and apmd_enable="YES" in
--- Joshua Lokken <joshua at joshualokken.com> wrote:
> * yew chin (yutaka82 at yahoo.com) wrote:
> ==> i already compile "device apm0" in my kernel
> ==> but when i enter "shutdown -p now" or "halt -p"
> ==> the systerm automatically reboot instead of
> ==> it is same like "reboot" or "shutdown -r now"
> ==> did anyone know what's going on?
> ==> > > I try to turn off freebsd automatically
> after the
> ==> > command "shutdown -p
> ==> > > now" or "halt -p" but after the systerm
> ==> > freebsd won't turn the
> ==> > > machine's power off. i have to turn off the
> ==> > manually. i have
> ==> > > read some article about adding apm support
> in the
> ==> > freebsd kernel. But
> ==> > > isn't freebsd default kernel has come with
> ==> > enable? or do i have
> ==> > > to enable it manually?
> ==> >
> ==> > No, it's not enabled by default. You have to
> ==> > it, and recompile
> ==> > your kernel. See the handbook's chapter on
> doing so
> ==> > for more
> ==> > information.
> ==> >
> ==> > - jim
> Yes, the line for the apm device is in the GENERIC
> kernel config,
> but it is disabled by default, just as Jim has
> stated above. You
> probably need to change 'disabled' to 'enabled' on
> that line of your
> kernel. Please read the handbook, as Jim has also
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