Ville Skyttä kirjoitti: > On Tuesday 12 February 2008, Kartsa wrote: > >> So some say wakeup must be enabled in bios and some that it must be >> disabled. Tried both with writing twice to /proc/acpi/alarm. Still no luck. >> >> Any other suggestions? Anybody? >> > > BIOS updates? > Had enough with this and left it yesterday evening. On the morning it was up. It came to me that system clock is using UTC time :) So I made a new testscript. ------------------- #!/bin/bash delay=3 now=`date +%s` nexttime=`expr $now - 7200` #take back a couple of hours nextboot=`date -d "1970-01-01 UTC $nexttime sec +$delay min" +"%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S"` echo $nextboot > /proc/acpi/alarm echo $nextboot > /proc/acpi/alarm echo "Now "`date "+%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S"` echo "Start time "`cat /proc/acpi/alarm` echo "Restart in 5 sec" shutdown -h -t 5 now ------------------- After 3 minutes it was running again. But this aproach (replace now with vdr shutdown info) creates a (one hour) problem when summer time comes. Doesnt it?
Oh, and there is no bios for the board (well there is but just the one I already have). Here is a quote from the manual: "APM Support These AWARD BIOS supports Version 1.1&1.2 of the Advanced Power Management (APM) specification. Power management features are implemented via the System Management Interrupt (SMI). Sleep and Suspend power management modes are supported. Power to the hard disk drives and video monitors can be managed by this AWARD BIOS. ACPI Support Award ACPI BIOS support Version 1.0b of Advanced Configuration and Power interface specification (ACPI). It provides ASL code for power management and device configuration capabilities as defined in the ACPI specification, developed by Microsoft, Intel and Toshiba." ACPI is selectable between 1.0 and 1.0b. Is there some significant difference? \\Kartsa _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr