On Mon, Aug 21, 2023 at 9:01 AM Michael D. Setzer II via users <users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> This wasn't just some developer's idea... IIRC the request for this
> change came from someone who sells systems with Linux pre-installed
> (Lenovo?), because this is a requirement for meeting power
> certifications needed for desktop/notebook systems.
Question? If that is so, why couldn't they modify their Linux
pre-installed setup to have it set, rather than forcing everyone else
to have to have it as default?
Since I did a dnf upgrade it didn't present any option saying it was
going to do this, or prompting for the option. Don't know if a clean
install would have presented any option..
Wonder how many people are going to be reporting machines as
broken since they keep shutting down because of thie FEATURE...
In my case my computer becomes completely unresponsive. Neither pressing reset, or holding down the power button have any effect forcing me to use the power supply switch. Not a very good end user experience.
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