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That command doesn't work.
there no existing lsmod command .
Does that mean APM is not installed ?
About that proccess thing,
Eventually it says it's killing all proccesses signals,
But it doesn't seem it's killing or cutting the power .
I have to shutdown myself by pushing the button .
Very Silly .
Distribution: Fedora Core 1 & WinXP Pro & Gentoo 1.4 & Arch Linux
I had this exact same problem (issue) with suse 8.2. The way I fixed it was to go into Yast2 -> System -> Boot Loader Configurator. When in here, hit the button on the bottom that says "Edit Configuration" and find where it says "apm=off" and change it to read "apm=on". Then reboot your system and see if it works. Worked like a charm for me.