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Old 09-30-2002
poewr management problem

hi,

i am a total dummy in unix.

i just setup my sun solaris. i think i have enabled the power managment feature.

so after i leave the workstation idle for a while, the screen is off.

when i come back and try to activate it again, it displays in "OK" prompt.

i am sure i did not shutdown or logout.

please tell me what should i do to bring it back to the normal screen.

urgent and thanks
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Old 09-30-2002
If it's at the ok prompt because of a Stop-A key sequence or break, you can type the word 'go' (no quotes). If the system crashed, then type 'boot'.

Look in /etc/rc2.d for the power management startup and disable it by moving it's startup script to begin with a lowercase s instead of uppercase S.
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Old 09-30-2002
man power.d and power.conf. This will hep you out.
 

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