please open a new thread and give here the link to it. Indeed, your problem might be related to the original one,
but it's not nice to hack gavita's thread.
As for your problem:
Check your BIOS settings regarding ACPI.
Try to boot SuSE in Failsafe mode and see what happens.
Do you have ACPI enabled or not ?
What are the settings in Yast->System->Power Management ?
Does your problem happen independent of whether you are running as root or
as "normal" user ?
Are there any differences between running with battery only and running with AC Power?
What do you exactly mean by "get a boot command" ?
Last edited by Vlad-A; 07-13-2004 at 01:32 AM.