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Re: turning "off" the ibook2 for real
On Thu, 18 Jul 2002 23:48:25 +0200
Gilbert Fernandes <email@example.com> wrote:
:Running OpenBSD current on ibook2.
:When I turn off the laptop it seems like it
:turns off but pressing the caplock key by
:mistake I found that it turned on. In fact,
:each time I 'turn off' OpenBSD using halt
:or shutdown it seems it does so but it
:eats battery faster than if I turn if off
:by turning on the capslock key and press
:the "power" button until the led turns off.
What command do you type to power off your laptop? I type
"sudo shutdown -hp now" (as a regular user), and that works perfectly
for me. TiBook 550MHz. Listen for the fans, and watch the glowing
apple on the back of the lcd. My apple logo dimms (it was slightly
powered), and the white noise from my laptop goes away when I power
:Has someone also found that or can some
:of the developpers out there check for that ?
:I hit the caps lock key by mistake today
:and I was quite surprised to see it lit.
:You can also use the num lock key for the
Just tried it on my tibook, after a shutdown -hp, none of the lights work.
Peter Hessler [firstname.lastname@example.org]