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Kernel 2.6.25(.1) - Power off problems
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 Re: Kernel 2.6.25(.1) - Power off problems
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In the spec you're linking sg-latin1 as default kb-layout.

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<cmd>
ln -svf i386/qwertz/sg-latin1.map.gz /usr/share/kbd/keymaps/defkeymap.map.gz
</cmd>
<install name="init-kbd-20071002" dest="/etc/init.d/kbd" mode="0755"/>
<cmd>mkdir -p $DOCDIR</cmd>
&#8722;
<cmd>
echo -e "# Default keymap\nDEFKEYMAP=sg-latin1\nXKBLAYOUT=ch\nXKBVARIANT=de_nodeadkeys" > $DOCDIR/default-kbd-paldo
</cmd>


but not in the init-file !!! Maybe a link to the default keymap will help ...
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Created: 2008-06-05 13:42
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 big init.d/kbd test
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I did a big init.d/kbd test

Here is the file:

http://www.paldo.org/~amnon/init/init-kbd-20080605

de_CH|en_CH > RESTART OK
de_DE > FAILED (also with de_latin1 de_latin1_nodeadkeys)
en_GB > RESTART OK
en_US > FAILED
en_US_a > RESTART OK
fr_CH > RESTART OK
fr_FR > RESTART OK
it_CH|it_IT > RESTART OK (old init.d/kbd need to be fixed it should be lang=it_CH|lang=it_IT and not lang=it_CH|it_IT)
pt_BR > RESTART OK
pt_PT > RESTART OK
pl_PL > RESTART OK
tr_TR > RESTART OK

I tested with kernel 2.6.25.4.
If you wanna test yourself save the kbd file in /etc/init.d/kbd as root.
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Created: 2008-06-05 15:49 | Modified: 2008-06-05 15:54 by Amnon82
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I don't know why en_US not work but en_US_a. Also I tried all de_* except de_CH-latin1. All other locales working now. So how does a different console locales stop the shutdown process. When is the call for loading the locales for the console. sg-latin1 works but I can't use it for my german-kb-layout. This is really crazy ...
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Created: 2008-06-05 16:01
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 Re: Kernel 2.6.25(.1) - Power off problems
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Can you try the following on your system?
- Build a new kernel that doesn't change defkeymap.c (i.e. remove the loadkeys -m line in linux-2.6.xml)
- Check whether it now works with en_US and de_DE
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Created: 2008-06-12 11:24
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 seems to work again ...
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Kernel 2.6.25.6-paldo2-x86 (own build):

de_CH|en_CH > RESTART OK
de_DE > RESTART OK
en_GB > RESTART OK
en_US > RESTART OK
en_US_a > RESTART OK
fr_CH > RESTART OK
fr_FR > RESTART OK
it_CH|it_IT > RESTART OK
pt_BR > RESTART OK
pt_PT > RESTART OK
pl_PL > RESTART OK
tr_TR > RESTART OK

If you want to test yourself go to this post
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Created: 2008-06-12 13:51 | Modified: 2008-06-13 11:46 by Amnon82
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