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Insted of shuting down i rebooting (RH9). What should I do? I try to close from KDE (i don't know the command for the console?) Once i click on shut down there's a normal screen wich finish with ''power down:'' and then insted of shutting it's rebooting and starting again ( I have to unplug my PC!!!)
Last edited by UnderGeorge; 08-26-2004 at 01:17 PM.
It's the same it reboots even when I want it to halt (-h). But it doesn't reboot the standard way. It's shutting all wents and power and insted of power off, there is a black screen for a moment than the wents go on and it's starting.........
to quickly try it , just startup Linux,
in a cosole type:''/sbin/modprobe apm'' and hit return.
( a module called apm is loaded....)
then i guess you shoud just shutdown and see if that is the problem.
if it is.....edit your /etc/rc.d/rc.modules by adding the command somewhere
or uncomment ( remove the # ) the line where it is ( i believe it's already there...)