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Old 27th October 2009
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Default openbsd shutdown

Hello, I am new to OpenBSD (worked with linux before).

I installed 4.6 and everything is running great so far. I just have a question about the shutdown. I would have liked the computer to deactivate automatically.
When shutdown (shutdown -h now) is finished I get a message like "press any key to reboot".

Can OpenBSD be configured to also automatically deactivate the machine?
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