kapmd problem

Francois-Rene Rideau fare@tunes.org
Sun May 9 00:25:46 CEST 2004

The debian shutdown scripts kill -TERM all processes
before to try to umount anything.
But kill -TERM of kapmd will shut down the machine --
so partitions are not properly umounted on shutdown.

In the meantime, I disabled the kill -TERM from the debian scripts;
but the apm support should be fixed.

What work-around do you use? What fix do you propose?

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