[CentOS] Restart Linux

Wed Feb 8 17:32:09 UTC 2006
Carlos Arellano <carellano at chihuahua.gob.mx>

I have already  add acpi=off on kernel parameters, 
And my server is a Compaq proliant, I have the same problem with other

Any help ?
Carlos Arellano
Redes y Telecomunicaciones
Gobierno del Estado
Tel: 4299-33-00
Ext: 13767

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De: Steve Huff [mailto:shuff at vecna.org] 
Enviado el: Tuesday, February 07, 2006 5:30 PM
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Asunto: Re: [CentOS] Restart Linux

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On Feb 7, 2006, at 6:59 PM, Carlos Arellano wrote:

> I have a keyboard and mouse on the server, already modify apm=off  
> on Kernel
> parameters, and the problem is there.
> Any other thing to do?

perhaps add "noacpi" to your kernel parameters as well?

what hardware (especially what motherboard) does this machine have?


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