Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 118191
system shuts down when stating up.
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:38 EST
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Description of problem:
when you power up a dell laptop cp/i r 4000 after a great fedora
install the system start to load and then before the screen that
you select wheaher you want to shows details.. or not..1 sec later
you see the words shutdown. and the system stop booting...and shuts
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
3.you see the words shutdown/ and then it shuts down
Actual Results: shuts down
Expected Results: fedora to boot all the way....
When you get to the boot menu after poweron, press 'e' to edit the
boot commands. Then temporarily disable the graphical boot by deleting
the 'rhgb' at the end of the second line.
The system will boot and stay in text mode, and we should see some
messages that give us more hints.
after tring the above thats comment #1 the following occurs
everything boots fine until after the following..
Fedora core etc etc etc.....
press I for interactive etc etc etc
then i get the following error..
critical temp reach -296 c, shutting down
couple of disk drive messages
system shuts down.
Oh wow, -296 C? Is it always -296 C?
Traced this to drivers/acpi/thermal.c which happily calls poweroff.
Can you try booting with acpi=off appended to the kernel command line?
Note that this isn't a fix, just a workaround. You should be able to
work around works...
boots all the way...
Please close as dupes of
, fixes in rawhide.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 115673 ***