Quote:> Every time I shut down Linux, I think how nice it would be if
> Linux could power down my computer after it halts. Win95 does,
> so Linux should be able to, too! Would it be hard to implement?
You'll need to recompile your kernel, and select "Power off on
| This option will power off the computer after the Linux kernel is halted
| (e.g., with the halt(8) command). As with the other APM options, this
| option may not work reliably with some APM BIOS implementations.
This is under Character devices/Advanced Power Management BIOS support.
Carey Evans <*> http://home.clear.net.nz/pages/c.evans/
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