Kubuntu/Ubuntu does not remove everything from memory at shutdown
wayward4now at gmail.com
Sat Mar 13 01:27:18 GMT 2010
On Fri, 2010-03-12 at 14:25 +0000, Lisi wrote:
> On Friday 12 March 2010 01:02:01 Steve Morris wrote:
> > On 11/03/10 14:53, Pastor JW wrote:
> > > On Wednesday 10 March 2010 11:34:33 am Steve Morris wrote:
> > >> On 11/03/10 03:22, Juergen Sauer wrote:
> > >>> Am Freitag, 5. März 2010 schrieb Mark Greenwood:
> > >>>>> 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.
> > >>>
> > >>> Ofcours is it a Problem of the booting operation system if it can not
> > >>> correctla initialize the system's hardware.
> > >>>
> > >>> If a system is to be booted, a OS must be able to boot correctly.
> > >>>
> > >>> In this definition it is a clearly Windoze 7 problem.
> > >>>
> > >>> Jojo
> > >>
> > >> No, it is not a Windows 7 problem, it is Kubuntu/Ubuntu not doing things
> > >> properly with the hardware when it shuts down.
> > >
> > > it is not shutting down that is the problem. Either the sound card is
> > > flaky in which case from time to time both Mandriva and Ubuntu would also
> > > fail to produce sound upon start-up OR the problem is with the OS not
> > > correctly initializing the sound card upon boot up. Any values left in
> > > componet parts are supposed to be reset to the values the OS requires
> > > when it boots the system up. Mandriva seems to handle this fine as does
> > > Ubuntu on your computer, the other one clearly seems unable to handle
> > > this usually simple task. Does it also re-display your previous OS's
> > > last monitor screens?
> > I don't get re-displays of previous OS's last monitor screens. This
> > issue is definitely a Kubuntu shutdown issue and not a Win 7 initialise
> > issue.
> > As I have said in another thread, I have to boot to Mandriva's kdm login
> > screen and warm boot from there to get sound under Win 7 because
> > Mandriva shuts down properly.
> > Also I am regularly in the situation of having to warm boot from Kubuntu
> > to Kubuntu to recover from crashes of the flaky compiz version being
> > used in Kubuntu, and having firefox tell me it can't start because the
> > version that was active when I warm booted Kubuntu is still in memory
> > and not responding and needs to be removed first.
> I am baffled. If you dislike Kubunu so much, why are you using it?
Not once did he say he didn't like kubuntu. His issue is how he
perceives "Mandrake shuts down cleanly" and kubuntu doesn't. If he
didn't like kubuntu, he'd tell us all to eat worms and die. He thinks he
has a handle on a problem that he relates then to the group, as he cares
enough to report it. That is properly assertive. He may be completely
wrong, but he may air his thoughts on the matter. There is always the
outside chance that he may not be completely wrong.
I would be suspicious given that Mandrake doesn't exhibit the problem.
Or, he has something set, as some have mentioned, that prevents it from
"shutting down cleanly", as he puts it. Me, I'd do as Goh Lip said, as
that made some sense concerning retaining certain programs during
shutdown. My two cents, Ric
My father, Victor Moore (Vic) used to say:
"There are two Great Sins in the world...
..the Sin of Ignorance, and the Sin of Stupidity.
Only the former may be overcome." R.I.P. Dad.
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