> >A large number of these problems may revolve around buggy bios that a
> crashing when they are told to power off. If at all possible check
> whether there is a newer BIOS for your motherboard (of course flashing
> your BIOS is done at your own risk etc.)
_Could_ be, as that computer is some six years old. But the strange
thing is, that it worked well in Breezy!
> I diseagree here on this explonation, as I reported before this buggy beh=
aviour goes and come back on different kernel versions, the 2.6.15 and 2.6.=
16 are at fault too, really feels more like a change badly done in the kern=
el than a hardware related trouble.
> And btw I have the last available firmware and the result is the same.
So it is kernel-dependant problem, not init script or something like
System does not power off on shutdown