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Description of problem:
Shuting down with power off causes a kernel oops. Rebooting is fine.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Turn computer on and edit grub to boot to runlevel one
2. Once the prompt comes up type shutdown -h now
Actual Results: All process are killed and the screen blanks but if you press a
key you can see that a kernel oops was printed and the power was not turned off.
Pressing ctrl-alt-delete reboots the machine.
Expected Results: No oops and for the power to be turned off.
Created attachment 92506 [details]
Created attachment 92507 [details]
This oops does not contain the complete stack trace and was written down off
the screen and rentered by hand so there may be transcription errors...
looks like your bioses oopsed ;(
That sounds quite severe... Can this BIOS be put on a blacklist and worked
around or is the only solution to hope that there was an updated BIOS with this
Can you run dmidecode on the box and attach its output, thats the stuff needed
to blacklist the bios.
Created attachment 92545 [details]
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