--- Adam Weinberger <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
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> >> (12.28.2002 @ 2157 PST): Derision said, in 0.4K:
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> > What is the correct line in the kernel config for
> > making halt -p work?
> > 
> > Mine is currently 
> > device              apm0
> > 
> > (FreeBSD 4.7)
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> 
> Make sure you also have:
> apm_enable="YES"
> apmd_enable="YES"
> 
> in your /etc/rc.conf.
> 
> # Adam
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Actually 

apmd_enable="YES"

will suffice (man apmd) since apmd will enable apm
(whatever that means) each time it starts up. enabling
both apmd and apm in rc.conf won't hurt, it is just
redundant.

Wayne

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