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shut down command for Linux suse 10

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anybody know the command for shut down pc  in linux suse 10? ( not reboot!)
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/sbin/shutdown -h now

man shutdown

for more info.

If your fans are not switching off, then you have an ACPI or similar issue that may need examining seperately.

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