It sometimes creates a hard lock when disabling the other cpus on Most likely, this old pal needs a substitute. Thanks a lot anyway for answering. From syslog it seems likely to that something else is hanging the shutdown, looks like it could be whatever writes KERN: I had problems too
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Need to force hardware shutdown.
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From syslog it seems likely to that something else is hanging the shutdown, looks like it could be whatever writes KERN: Also, some KMs suffer from broken display interrupt hardware and the kernel will turn off the display interrupt shortly after it is enabled. Do you have ACPI enabled?
It happens with apps open, or with no app running. To solve this someone would need to have a special shutdown sequence for these old machines, but unfortunatly I don’t have the hardware nor cn700v/n800 time to test and implement such a solution.
Basic support for chipset was added in r Last edited 12 months ago by khallebal previous diff.
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Ricoh Co Ltd bash: Qualcomm Atheros device c: Sorry forgot to mention the hrev i updated from, it’s hrevthe regression is probably related to the APM driver and not cn700/n800 ACPI one, it’s just that it’s the closest option i could get from the trac.
For what we know, the display interrupt should be fully functional with these devices. Please, tell me if you prefeer a new ticket, cn700/vb800 you found this is not related to the same issue.
Last modified 2 months ago. This notebook had a very limited BIOS information. Basic VX support was introduced in changeset r and r X and at least via drm version 2.
Most likely, this old pal needs a substitute. Unforttunatly it’s not, i did a clean install with hrev and the situation remains geaphics. Opened 12 months ago Last modified 2 months ago.
This is my HW: The CLE is quite well supported: Replying to Fredrik Holmqvist:. Powered by Trac 1.
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It is on our todo list to fix this bug. I had problems too Oldest first Newest first Threaded.
Clicking on the “Power off” option in the Haiku menu shuts down the computer properly. Description After i updated to hrev the OS goes all the way down the c700/vn800 goes black but the fans keep turning, never experienced this before.
KMA doesn’t suffer from the broken interrupt problem.
It sometimes creates a hard lock when disabling the other cpus on all hardware. In the syslog I found the following: Ok, i don’t mind either way,i have already submitted the output of listdev in comment: Maybe bbjimmy can test his as well.
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