Lombard shuts itself off
sterwill at io.nu
Fri Sep 17 16:49:05 EST 1999
I'm running Paul's stable kernel on my G3 Lombard. If I run it hooked
into the wall (through the power adaptor), the thing will run for
weeks at a time (using snooze to drop the laptop into low-power
mode in between usage). I have a problem, though, when I have
booted the machine using the wall adaptor and the unplug it.
After about 5 minutes on battery power (this battery is fully
charged), the machine just shuts off. At first I thought it
was a DPMS setting that kicked in after no activity, but this
time I was typing away inside of X. The machine just turns off.
Anyone else had this problem? It doesn't seem to happen if
I boot the machine with the battery and leave it there... but
only when I boot it plugged in, then unplug it.
... also, after the machine wakes up from a snooze, the audio
no longer seems to work. Not a big problem, just wondered if
someone had seen that, too.
Shaw Terwilliger (sterwill at io.nu)
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