cvs commit: www/lfs faq.html

jeroen at linuxfromscratch.org jeroen at linuxfromscratch.org
Sat Jan 3 11:13:10 PST 2004


jeroen      04/01/03 12:13:10

  Modified:    lfs      faq.html
  Log:
  Fix XML error in the FAQ.
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.41      +0 -1      www/lfs/faq.html
  
  Index: faq.html
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  RCS file: /home/cvsroot/www/lfs/faq.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.40
  retrieving revision 1.41
  diff -u -r1.40 -r1.41
  --- faq.html	2 Jan 2004 21:51:06 -0000	1.40
  +++ faq.html	3 Jan 2004 19:13:10 -0000	1.41
  @@ -238,7 +238,6 @@
   		<dd>
   			<p>Power Management is a kernel function, you need to enable it in the kernel. In the 2.4 kernel, you have to enable the options for <code>Power Management Support</code> under <code>General Setup</code>. For older machines, you'll probably want the APM options, newer machines often require ACPI. Make sure that either APM or ACPI be enabled in the kernel, but definitely <strong>not</strong> both at the same time - this has been known to cause problems such as neither actually taking effect. Also try disabling SMP if you only have one processor; it's also known to prevent a proper poweroff. Make sure you read the help with each option.</p>
   			<p>After rebooting into the new kernel you should be able to poweroff your machine with the command <code>shutdown -h now</code> or <code>poweroff</code> (also read <code>man shutdown</code> and <code>man halt</code>). If you compiled APM or ACPI as modules, make sure they are loaded before you try to power off.  Some machines require that APM or ACPI is compiled into the kernel because it needs to be initialised at boottime. </p>
  -			<p>
   		</dd>
   	<dt id="kernel-header-copy">Why copy the kernel headers instead of linking them?</dt>
   		<dd>
  
  
  



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