On Wed, 02 Aug 2000 13:57:54 +0300,
Aleksandr Koltsoff <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>an ATX-power equipped server that is supposed to be all the time on, but
>downtime is not critical.
>When there is a power outage, the server loses power (which is ok, fsck
>Now, when the power comes back, the server won't boot automatically, but
>it needs to be started by pressing the power-button.
>Is there any way of disabling this (default ATX) behaviour so that the
>server will start whenever power is reapplied?
Ask your BIOS supplier. This is everything to do with BIOS and nothing
to do with Linux.
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