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Jonathan Morton <chromi@...>, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
David Yorke <davidtyorke@...>
Re: [gentoo-user] shutdown (reboot and halt) freezes on "unmounting filesystems"
Sat, 7 Dec 2002 18:46:27 -0800 (PST)
I had that compiled in. I also had it not compiled in.
But I think that's the problem. It's not that it isn't shutting down, it's freezing without
unmounting the filesystems (i.e. there is not [ok] at the end of the "Unmounting Filesystems"
line). When I reboot, fsck forces a check on my root because of unproper dismounting. Any other
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--- Jonathan Morton <chromi@...> wrote:
> >my computer is freezing during shutdown (both -r or -h) on
> >"unmounting filesystems . . .".
> >i tried going back to an older kernel and i tried disabling devfs,
> >but the same result.
> >I'm using 1.4rc1 on an IBM k6-2. any other info helpful?
> You might try turning on "Use real-mode BIOS call to power off" under
> APM in your kernel. It works around some buggy BIOSes.
> from: Jonathan "Chromatix" Morton
> mail: chromi@...
> website: http://www.chromatix.uklinux.net/
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