I'm using FreeBSD 4.10 with a custom kernel. I have two problems:
1) If ACPI support activated, my fdc0 does not work (the kernel can not reserve I/O 
port addresses for it). Without ACPI, everything works OK, but:
2) When using kdm as display manager, if I select GNOME session as root and then try 
to halt/reboot directly from the GNOME's logout menu, the system appears to hang until 
I press Ctrl-Alt-Del. After that, the system reboots (of course). What's the problem? 
How can I solve it? This is not encountered in Linux, for example.
Thank you.


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