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How to turn off my computer completly
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PostPosted: Wed 25 Feb 2009, 21:18    Post subject:  How to turn off my computer completly  

First, sorry for my bad English but I don't have another.

In the Spanish forum don't have an asked for this problem.
I'm an user of puppy 3 since one year (more or less) . I don't had great problems with it, but recently, I have changed my old computer (11 years old) for another very much new (8 years old). In this "new computer", I have installed Mcpup foxy (based in puppy 4.1).

All work perfectly but, when I want turn off the computer: the operating system shutdown correctly Even though the computer don't turn off. That isn't a great problem but itś annoying.

in advance thank you so much.
Regards for the English forum from Spain.

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PostPosted: Wed 25 Feb 2009, 21:35    Post subject:  

No se mucho de macpup

Sin embargo, pienso que la uniqa manera en su situacion es apagar el boton. Por que unos computadores no se obedecen el commando de apagar automaticamente.

Disculpe mi pobre Espanol.

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PostPosted: Wed 25 Feb 2009, 21:58    Post subject: Thank's  

Thank's for ask me Bruce Very Happy .
If there aren't another solution then I will continue make that. Rolling Eyes

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PostPosted: Wed 25 Feb 2009, 23:14    Post subject:  

mira, otra manera, no se va a trabajar, pero se peude experimentar

/sbin/poweroff


Code:
#!/bin/sh

/etc/rc.d/rc.shutdown (como es)

exec /bin/busybox poweroff


para usar fuerza

Code:
[/] busybox poweroff --help
BusyBox v1.8.2 (2007-11-30 09:20:42 GMT-8) multi-call binary

Usage: poweroff [-d delay] [-n] [-f]

Halt and shut off power

Options:
        -d      Delay interval for halting
        -n      No call to sync()
        -f      Force power off (don't go through init)

[/]


experimentar con -f y quizas tambien -d

ejemplo

/sbin/poweroff (cambiado)

Code:
#!/bin/sh

/etc/rc.d/rc.shutdown

exec /bin/busybox poweroff -f


con el -f es usar fuerza

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PostPosted: Thu 26 Feb 2009, 07:56    Post subject:  

Thank's Bruce.
I'll try it. If I will obtain something comentat it.
See you soon Very Happy

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PostPosted: Thu 26 Feb 2009, 13:13    Post subject:  

acpi may not be enabled as there is / was a cut off date for enabling it..
the boot option
puppy acpi=force
can be used to check.

If acpi is a problem apm can be used
modprobe apm
to test that

hope that helps

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PostPosted: Thu 26 Feb 2009, 23:44    Post subject:  

Can we have the full explanation of this in English? Thanks!
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PostPosted: Fri 27 Feb 2009, 05:34    Post subject:  

silverojo,

Napi changed computers, with the newer one poweroff didn't work.

I told him it doesn't always and use the switch.

Then I suggested maybe tell the busybox poweroff command to force it off using the -f switch.

Bruce

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