Kubuntu/Ubuntu does not remove everything from memory at shutdown
samorris at netspace.net.au
Fri Mar 5 23:37:20 UTC 2010
On 05/03/10 21:29, Mark Greenwood wrote:
> On Friday 05 Mar 2010 07:50:05 Juergen Sauer wrote:
>> Am Donnerstag, 4. März 2010 schrieb Steve Morris:
>>> I am having an issue with Kubuntu/Ubuntu 9.10 on my tri-boot
>>> system. If I shut Kubuntu down and warm boot into Win 7 I do not get any
>>> sound from windows or applications I run. To get sound in windows I have
>>> to shut Kubuntu down and boot into Mandriva because at shutdown it wipes
>>> everything from memory. What need to be done in Kubuntu to get it to
>>> wipe everything from memory at shutdown as Mandriva does?
>> Looks like an pure Windows7 Problem. Ask them.
> No it's not a Windows problem, I have the same. If I choose 'Reboot' on my laptop from within Kubuntu, then when the laptop comes back up I have no ACPI functionality and no sound. I have to Shutdown and then switch on again to do a proper reboot from within (K)Ubuntu. This does not happen with Mandriva. However on my desktop system a reboot from Kubuntu works fine. I suspect it is an ACPI bug and I reported it to Ubuntu about, oh, two millennia ago.
I am having the issue on a desktop system that is running Kubuntu/Ubuntu
9.10, Mandriva 2010.0 and Win 7. I do not necessarily agree that it is
an ACPI issue as Mandriva is very heavily into using ACPI (although one
way to test this is to turn ACPI off in the kernel at boot time). In my
view the solution to the issue is simple, Mandriva issues a global
killall command as the last thing before shutting down, Ubuntu should do
the same thing.
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