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Re: amd64 ACPI poweroff doesn't work with netbsd-7.1 on NUC01A: known problem?
On Tue, Aug 01, 2017 at 09:02:53PM +0200, I wrote on tech-kern:
> halt -p (or that part of shutdown -p now or pressing the power button)
> gets ACPI errors, not finding the necessary methods, then drops into
> the "system halted\npress any key to reboot" prompt - only : the graphics
> are still active, but apparently USB (meaning: the keyboard) is inactive
> so this doesn't work. (Works from console=com0, though).
> Another press on the power button manages to tell the BIOS to power off.
> If this is something new, I'll create a PR. Else please point me to the
> known information.
> Kernel / OS is:
> NetBSD 7.1_STABLE (GENERIC) #10: Wed Jun 7 15:39:58 CEST 2017
Update: works with ca. 20170802 8.0_BETA. What did fix it?
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