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Christian Herr schrieb:
Since I updated to kernel 188.8.131.52-0.1-default my laptop (Dell Inspiron
1501, Turion 64X2 TL50) has problems with the shutdown. When I log out
of KDE and say turn off, everything is fine until the last step, where
the computer normaly should power off. The last message that appears is
something like "sending all processes the term signal...) and nothing
more happens until I press the power button - this is when it really
turns off. The same happens when I say "init 0" as root, "init 6"
I am running OpenSUSE 10.3 with kde 3.5.7. The kernel update was from a
official opensuse reopsitory, no build service. I updated last friday
(november 7th). All other kernel updates that I got through the openSUSE
repositories worked fine.
Hehe, I could nearly double this. The problem with my Laptop (Acer
Travelmate 5520) is just something different. It turns off completely
(as it seems), but the LEDs stay lit. For the next startup you must
first press the power button for ~2 sec to get the computer totally off
and the you can start again.
I will file a bugreport (if not already done by Christian.
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