Richard Vickery wrote:
On Mon, Jul 2, 2012 at 11:14 AM, Joe Zeff <joe(a)zeff.us
On 07/02/2012 11:00 AM, Bill Davidsen wrote:
I have several systems which either reboot or drop to some zombie mode
on shutdown from the WM (GNOME3, XFCE, Cinnamon) and on all of them
"shutdowen -h" doesn't power off (as the man page says is
while "shutdown -P" does.
That's not too unreasonable. I'd take -h to mean halt, and -P as Power Off.
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How do we boot up after "halt" or "sleep"? I quit using these
commands years ago
for lack of knowledge about booting back up. The man pages never gave me what I
needed to know, and now that it has been brought up, I thought that I would ask
and get my curiosity satisfied.
Usually a single push of the power button if pressing ENTER doesn't. It is,
unfortunately, BIOS dependent behavior, and can't be blamed on Linux in any way.
Bill Davidsen <davidsen(a)tmr.com>
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