On 01/06/07, Lucas (a.k.a T-Bird or bsdfan3) <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Hardware: Compaq Presario 1200-XL118
AMD K6-2 500MHz
64MB of RAM
Trident CyberBlade i7 video with 4MB shared RAM
Linksys 10/100 PCCard Ethernet (using ed driver)

OS: FreeBSD 6.2-RELEASE using GENERIC kernel

1) The machine will not turn off when I try to soft-off it (ACPI S5
state, shutdown -r or -p).  How do I fix this?

In my experience most of the stuff built around the
AMD k6 junk (circa 1998) had horrible ACPI support,
nonstandard and incomplete, where possible.  I have
a lurking suspicion that they advertised these things
as only working correctly under winders (Optimised
for Windows 98! Now with nearly intel compliant MMX!).
A bios upgrade _might_ solve it.
A lot of those older machines (supposedly) support apm,
so fiddling with apm(8) might give some answers.
You might have to load the module or uncomment the
device apm line and recompile your kernel.

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