[lug] KRUD shutdown problem

Sean Reifschneider jafo at tummy.com
Sat Aug 24 22:33:11 MDT 2002

On Tue, Aug 20, 2002 at 01:42:54PM -0500, matt yarbrough wrote:
>I have just installed KRUD on my workstation at work, and when I have to
>reboot (I still need to go into Windows for certain tasks) I can't seem
>to get a clean shutdown.
>I get:
>Removing user defined chains               [OK]
>resetting built in chains                  [OK]
>INIT: No more processes at this runlevel

That's normally the last message you would see before the system would
reboot.  If something is whacked up with your APM, the kernel may not be
able to tell the hardware to reboot.  So, at this point you'd need to do a

There is a special kernel setting which tries to work around this -- if it
bugs you enough, you may wan to try building a new kernel and see if
different values in there make it work.

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 believing in people again.
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