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When trying to reboot with the "shutdown -r 0" command the system shuts
down and never comes up again, i have to unplug the system to get it
Steps to Reproduce:
1. shutdown -r 0 on the command line
Actual Results: The system shuts down normally, at initial system boot
phase nothing happens, Windows 2000 is also installed and does not show
this behaviour (therefore i think it's not hardware related)
Expected Results: Startup of the system
I want to emphasize that i physically have to unplug the system, IT WILL
NOT BOOT AGAIN OTHERWISE, NOT EVEN AFTER POWEROFF!
something goes terribly wrong here!
Motherboard : MSI 694D Pro with
Processor : 2 x Intel PIII 733 Mhz
Memory : 2 x 128 Mb 133 Mhz SDRAM
Harddisk : Maxtor 53073H6 30Gb UDMA 100
IDE Controller 1 : Onboard UDMA 66
IDE Controller 2 : Promise Ultra 100 onboard UDMA 100 (PDC20265)
SCSI Controller : Symbios Logic 8100S PCI
CDROM Drive : Sony CDU4811 CDrom connected to onboard UDMA 66 IDE
CDROM Drive : Plextor PX-W124TS CD-R SCSI
Network : Realtek RTL8139 NIC
ISDN adapter : Dynalink IS128PH
Video adapter : S3Virge DX/GX PCI
Monitor : Generic 14" SVGA
Regards, Danny Engelbarts
We (Red Hat) should really try to resolve this before next release.
I've been testing a bit further, i took out everything but the video card and
the Harddisk and replaced the parts one by one in the following order;
SCSI Interface + CDROM Writer
Only after adding the last (ISDN Interface) the problem is reproducible.
More information on this thingy can be found at;
If i can do anything to help please contact me!
Thanks for tracking this down as far as that card. I do not know
if we even have any such cards in any of our offices that could
be used for testing at this point.
Bug 26444 seems relevant, could you check the suggestions I mentioned there ?
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