On 02/12/11 23:19, Hans-Peter Jansen wrote:
not sure, if this is the adequate forum for my issues, but before filing
bugzillas, I try to figure out the correct tree to bark at...
My Lenovo Thinkpad does not switch off on shutdown, it reboots properly,
the shutdown sequence runs fine too, but it simply doesn't switch off
finally. I tried switching from "auto" to "poweroff"
in /etc/sysconfig/shutdown, but no change.
I assume you have the latest BIOS for your laptop as well you read the
release notes section that talks about shutdown and reboot right ?
Next, my desktop claims, that hibernation was disabled
but this is not correct. Correct is, that I'm unable to enable it..
An attempt to manually hibernate the system nearly succeeded, only the
display kept black (maybe related to nvidia drivers).
The notebook has a longer history of installations, starting with 11.1,
but I tried hard to keep it tidy (no tarball compile, etc..). 11.4 was
able to switch it of, but failed hibernation wise.
The system is the 15.4' nvidia based one, with prop. nvidia drivers:
It smells, like these issues are ACPI related. Any takers?
Fill a bug report against the kernel, that may shed some light.
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