[Sugar-devel] Wanting to know a bit of (NetworkManager) workflow upon resume-from-suspend

Jerry Vonau jvonau at shaw.ca
Sat May 12 17:40:03 EDT 2012

On Sat, 2012-05-12 at 15:20 -0400, Martin Langhoff wrote:
> On Sat, May 12, 2012 at 4:38 AM, Ajay Garg <ajay at activitycentral.com> wrote:
> > I tried the "rmmod/modprobe" hack in "olpc-configure", and it worked
> > (obviously because, this time the "/etc.modprobe.d/libertas.conf" could be
> > fetched/read from persistent storage). Mesh-icons were no more visible in
> > the neighborhood-view (both during reboot, and resume-from-suspend).
> >
> > But I too felt that this is more of a hack, and not a clean solution.
> Well, as you pointed out in later emails, the initramfs generation
> will pick it up from there. I'd forgotten about that -- sorry.
> So what you want to do is get libertas.conf into some package
> (olpc-utils) or install it from an OOB module -- the xo1 module is a
> good candidate.
> In fact I'm liking the OOB module option. I think we would accept a
> patch to OOB's xo1 module, where based on an option it creates this
> file. Just have to make sure it's created before dracut is used to
> generate the initramfs.

Hi Martin:

Don't think OOB is used to generate the initramfs, from the kernel spec

# set to 1 to build the initramfs during kernel-build time
# set to 0 to build the initramfs during %post on the host
%define buildinitramfs 1

Doesn't that mean the kernel rpm provides pre-build initrd<version>.img
and actrd<version>.img? Doesn't OOB just sign what is in the kernel rpm?

Think you would need to re-create initrd.img as needed then place the
revised initrd.img into the image via OOB, to be signed by OOB.


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