Subject: Re: powerdown
To: None <macbsd-general@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Space Case <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/17/1995 17:34:50
On Jun 17, 6:25pm, Chris G Demetriou wrote:
>> Right now I'm doing:
>> shutdown -h now
>> and then turning off the computer by hitting the button in the back.
>certainly, it shouldn't be very hard to write some code to power down,
>for at least some of the machines NetBSD mac68k supports. i seem to
>recall a bug that did that... 8-)
NetBSD/Mac used to be able to power down when you do `shutdown -h`,
but lost the ability quite some time ago. I looked into it, but it
appears that even though the right bits are being tweaked, the
machine's ignoring it...
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