runin runs X before it has been configured
Richard A. Smith
richard at laptop.org
Thu Dec 10 17:52:14 EST 2009
On 12/10/2009 11:41 AM, Daniel Drake wrote:
> Hi Richard,
> I just tried to do a factory-simulation of your runin code. It failed
> because during boot when it launched X, the screen went a funny and then
> everything froze.
The last 24 hours I've added a lot of changes. Don't bother with a test
of anything other than the /etc/init.d/00-olcp-runin Thats all I need
to start. The rest comes from the mfg server.
> I think this is because your script is launching X before X has been
> configured. Ordinarily, X is configured by the olpc-configure init
> script (which also mounts /boot).
Whats to configure? I only need X to run so I can route data from the
camera to screen. No user input is necessary. Do I need X configured
It seems to work fine for me here.
> Maybe we should consider moving the runin tests to run after
Doesn't that change the filesystem? So my startup fscheck will fail?
Richard A. Smith <richard at laptop.org>
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