On Jun 16, 2006, at 9:29 PM, Jonathan Horne wrote:
>> On Jun 16, 2006, at 5:09 PM, Jonathan Horne wrote:
>>> well, i figured out that if at the boot selection screen, if i
>>> option 2 "boot with acpi enabled", i can then give 'shutdown -p
>>> now' and
>>> the system will then power off properly. easy enough...
>>> but how do i set option 2 as my default boot selection? i dont see
>>> anything about this in the handbook.
>> My experience has been that once you boot that way once it becomes
>> the default. Play around with it
> i dont think thats the behavior im getting. when i hit 2 to boot:
It may depend on how known your MB is to support acpi. On my
machines to boot default with acpi and if I tell it not to boot with
acpi at boot, when I reboot that is now the default.
I am not an expert on this. Maybe your MB is a "known" bad acpi one?
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