ebordon at plan.ceibal.edu.uy
Wed May 26 11:33:09 EDT 2010
Ah, this release has already been made, so perhaps we're dealing with
a different problem.
Can you check to see which version of olpc-utils is included in your
build? Look in the packages.txt output file, it should be v1.0.23.
it could be, the version installed of olpc-utils is 1.0.22-2. I will update
Indeed that was the problem!
Thank you again.
2010/5/26 Esteban Bordon <ebordon at plan.ceibal.edu.uy>
> 2010/5/26 Daniel Drake <dsd at laptop.org>
> On 26 May 2010 12:05, Daniel Drake <dsd at laptop.org> wrote:
>> > I'm guessing but I suspect this will be due to a conflict with a
>> > backwards-incompatible change introduced in the latest olpc-utils, vs
>> > the Paraguay kernel being a bit outdated (not including a recent
>> > change in the mouse driver).
>> > I will do a new olpc-utils release today which makes the change
>> > backwards-compatible.
>> Ah, this release has already been made, so perhaps we're dealing with
>> a different problem.
>> Can you check to see which version of olpc-utils is included in your
>> build? Look in the packages.txt output file, it should be v1.0.23.
> it could be, the version installed of olpc-utils is 1.0.22-2. I will update
> this package.
>> On the running system, you could check if the psmouse module has been
>> loaded (use "lsmod"). You can also check to see if the system has been
>> allowed to sleep/suspend, another issue we saw recently was that the
>> mouse stops working after the system has been allowed to sleep or
> The output doesn't show psmouse module. How I can load this module?
>> A third possible cause of this problem is that hald is not running or
>> has crashed, you could check with "ps ax | grep hal"
> hald it's running.
> Thanks for your help.
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