I am having exactly the same problem with https://www.unix.com/programming/129264-application-cleanup-during-linux-shutdown.html but the thread is old and closed. The only difference is that I use sigaction() instead of signal(), which is recommended, as far as I know.
This is my code:
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from last few days my laptop is not whutting down properly.. when ever i ty to shutdown it restarts again.. what may be problem?? antivirus is updated till date.. and i use windows xp sp2....
deepak. (5 Replies)
I am working on a SUN T2000 machine with Solaris 10 running on it. When I checked the system this morning, I found it to be turned off. The lastreboot command showed that the system had been shut down the previous night.
I want to find out how the system was shut down. I have run hardware health... (2 Replies)
ETHERS(5) BSD File Formats Manual ETHERS(5)NAME
ethers -- Ethernet host name data base
The ethers file maps Ethernet MAC addresses to host names. Lines consist of an address and a host name, separated by any number of blanks
and/or tab characters. A '#' character indicates the beginning of a comment; characters up to the end of the line are not interpreted by
routines which search the file.
Each line in ethers has the format:
Ethernet MAC addresses are expressed as six hexadecimal numbers separated by colons, e.g. "08:00:20:00:5a:bc". The functions described in
ethers(3) and ether_aton(3) can read and produce this format.
The traditional use of ethers involved using hostnames for the second argument. This may not be suitable for machines that don't have a com-
mon MAC address for all interfaces (i.e., just about every non Sun machine). There should be no problem in using an IP address as the second
field if you wish to differentiate between different interfaces on a system.
/etc/ethers The ethers file resides in /etc.
SEE ALSO ethers(3)HISTORY
The ethers file format was adopted from SunOS and appeared in NetBSD 1.0.
A name server should be used instead of a static file.
BSD November 7, 2000 BSD