I have a problem where my PC will stop at the BIOS logo screen after a reboot. The keyboard and mouse don't get power ie no lights.
I can power off / on and it will boot normally. The problem started after a fresh install and after installing the updates. ie before updates I could
reboot and it was ok.
I moved from Slackware and have Win7 and they don't have this problem. Also Ubuntu and Arch rebooted normally when I tried them.
I have Opensuse 11.4 x64 on it's own HDD (Samsung F3) The system board is an Asus P8P67 Deluxe (Sandy Bridge) and the HDD is on a SATA3 port.
Could it have something to do with the EFI BIOS? Would it be worth trying a newer kernel? it may better support my hardware.
I'm hesitant as I don't want to break Lirc as it took awhile to get it working properly on the stock kernel.
Also where can I add '/etc/init.d/lirc restart' so I don't have to run it manually every time time I launch XBMC. I couldn't find 'rc.local'