shutdown shows the message
/etc/rc6.d/killall /etc/init.d/powertweak no such file or directory
This is because the file in /etc/init.d is called powertweakd but the
execution of /etc/init.d/pvmd touches the file /var/lock/subsys/powertweak
killall strips the directory part from the entry in
tries execute the file in /etc/init.d/powertweak which does not exist
We (Red Hat) should really try to fix this before next release.
OK. This is fixed in the powertweak-0.99.0-5 derived packages. It has been
fixed by having the initscript touch /var/lock/subsys/powertweakd instead of
Thanks for the heads up.