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Old 09-11-2005, 04:39 AM   #1
braungiobi
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ibuddie a928 - debiant testing sudden shutdown problem


I have a debian testing powered linux ibuddie a928.

Debian works fine, only I experience automatic shutdowns every once in a while.

Computer beeps fretfully then shut downs in roughly three seconds or less.

My control center power management window says that my kernel (stock debian testing kernel) is only partially ACPI enabled.

I'm already compiling a new kernel in the meantine with full ACPI supproot but I really do not know if this is the solution.
 
  


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