peter at rathlev
Jul 4, 2008, 8:37 AM
Post #7 of 12
On Fri, 2008-07-04 at 10:06 -0400, Matthew Crocker wrote:
> > There is a secret shutdown procedure but you will have to plug a mouse
> > into the supervisor, and move into left bottom corner, click start,
> > then shutdown :)
> > Just joking, sorry.
> Of course you are joking, everyone knows it is the UPPER left corner,
> apple menu -> Shutdown... Start button to shutdown, geeez!
No no no, it's the upper RIGHT corner, where everybody sane places the
XFCE system menu. The Ca6500 runs Linux/XFCE, only the 7600s run OS
Anyway, it would be nice with a "graceful shutdown" for the whole box.
Things like letting the routing protocols converge before the router
shuts interfaces and such things. Are there any other ways than some TCL
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