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Old 10-02-2011, 05:15 AM
Jonathan Nieder
 
Default Bug#577054: acpi: After upgrade, computer does not turn off

Hi!

Giorgos Pallas wrote:

> After the upgrade that happened around 2010-03-04 or 2010-03-22, the
> computer does not turn off after shutdown procedure. The disk spins down,
> the kernel says 'Power down' and I must push the box's turn off button for
> it to shutdown.

Sorry for the long silence. The symptoms sound like ACPI support is
being disabled for some reason indeed.

> Happy to provide more info as requested...

Please attach:

- dmesg output immediately after booting
- output from

/usr/share/bug/linux-image-$(uname -r)/script 3>&1

which provides basic information about your hardware and how
the kernel sees it.

Any other observations since then would be helpful, too (whether newer
kernels behave differently, other weird symptoms, which kernel used to
work --- you can get the history of installed kernels from
/var/log/dpkg.log* --- and so on).

Thanks for reporting it, and sorry we missed this before.

Cheers,
Jonathan



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Old 10-02-2011, 04:22 PM
Γιώργος Πάλλας
 
Default Bug#577054: acpi: After upgrade, computer does not turn off

On 02/10/2011 08:15 πμ, Jonathan Nieder wrote:
> Hi!
>
> Giorgos Pallas wrote:
>
>
>> After the upgrade that happened around 2010-03-04 or 2010-03-22, the
>> computer does not turn off after shutdown procedure. The disk spins down,
>> the kernel says 'Power down' and I must push the box's turn off button for
>> it to shutdown.
>>
> Sorry for the long silence. The symptoms sound like ACPI support is
> being disabled for some reason indeed.
>
>
>> Happy to provide more info as requested...
>>
> Please attach:
>
> - dmesg output immediately after booting
> - output from
>
> /usr/share/bug/linux-image-$(uname -r)/script 3>&1
>
> which provides basic information about your hardware and how
> the kernel sees it.
>
> Any other observations since then would be helpful, too (whether newer
> kernels behave differently, other weird symptoms, which kernel used to
> work --- you can get the history of installed kernels from
> /var/log/dpkg.log* --- and so on).
>
> Thanks for reporting it, and sorry we missed this before.
>
>

Hi!
This goes so much time in the past that I don't remember anything about
the case. Since then I followed the regular squeeze upgrades and the
problem vanished at some point. So there is none of the data you
requested available!

Giorgos Pallas
 
Old 10-04-2011, 06:15 AM
Jonathan Nieder
 
Default Bug#577054: acpi: After upgrade, computer does not turn off

fixed 577054 linux-2.6/2.6.32-35squeeze2
found 577054 linux-2.6/2.6.32-9
quit

Γιώργος *άλλας wrote:

> I'm sending you the logs requested. I can't remember anything about when
> the problem was fixed...

Thanks again, and sorry for the noise.



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