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Post subject:   PostPosted: 06.04.2011, 17:18
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      clubex wrote:
An explanation for the new /run directory from the systemd maintainer.

http://lwn.net/Articles/436012/

It's addressed to Fedora but I think it would also apply to other distros including Debian.


On Debian:
BTS http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=620191
debian-devel http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel/20 ... 01150.html
 
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Post subject:   PostPosted: 06.04.2011, 18:51



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      bluewater wrote:
if you're affected, this workaround may fix it

Hit [e] during grub, to edit your grub entry and change "ro" to "rw" in the line linux /boot/vmlinuz-2.6.38-2.slh.3-aptosid-686 root=/dev/mapper/vg--progress-debian ro quiet libata.ignore_hpa=1 ...or whatever your kernel is

if you're lucky, that will allow you to boot but ensure you install the fixed udev package from the aptosid repo [ udev 167-1+c0.aptosid.1 ] as the first step after booting up


usb-keyboard and mouse are up again, thanks a lot , bluewater Smile)
 
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In my case, the trick with rw in grub allowed to login to the system (before the reboot I had the aptosid version of udev installed).
After succesfull login
      Code:
rm -rf /run
as suggested here → http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugrepor ... =621036#77 seems to solve the problem for now.
 
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Post subject:   PostPosted: 06.04.2011, 21:48



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After a D-U and a reboot today on my netbook (aptosid 32 bit) the mouse and the keyboard didn't respond in KDM login screen.
I pressed the power button to make a clean shutdown and rebooted in maintenance mode. Then I renamed the /run/ directory:
      Code:
# mv /run /run.bak

and rebooted once again... Everything seems to work fine now!
 
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Post subject:   PostPosted: 06.04.2011, 21:55



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yes, and base-files 6.3 corrects the problem until udev gets fixed.
 
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Seems there's so many moving parts for such a critical infrastructure and when something gets screwed up sure can cause total breakage
 
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      Code:
# mv /run /run.bak


On my system (amd64) I was able to boot but both of my network cards were not working. They are not wireless.My keyboard and mouse were also working. When I ran the code above and rebooted both my network cards were working again.
 
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It's starting KDE when I boot with "rw" instead of "ro", and I have the keyboard and mouse, but kwin is using 43% of the CPU resources on my netbook, so ....

waiting
 
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      dibl wrote:
It's starting KDE when I boot with "rw" instead of "ro", and I have the keyboard and mouse, but kwin is using 43% of the CPU resources on my netbook, so ....

waiting


With issues like that I just simply downgraded to udev and base-files in testing and deleted the /run directory to get the full functionality back. This is too serious to get half-baked fixes and hacks. Going to wait to see if this issue gets fully resolved before i dist-upgrade again
 
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      DeepDayze wrote:

With issues like that I just simply downgraded to udev and base-files in testing and deleted the /run directory to get the full functionality back. This is too serious to get half-baked fixes and hacks. Going to wait to see if this issue gets fully resolved before i dist-upgrade again


Right. Thanks, DD. I can live without my netbook for a few days or a week. The desktop is not getting a d-u until this is fully sorted. Patience may be the best mode for this one.
 
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Post subject:   PostPosted: 07.04.2011, 05:56
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A temporary fix for udev (167-1+c0.aptosid.1) is in our repos, thanks to slh.
Install it and re-boot.
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The fix does not solve the keyboard & mouse issues in aptosid 32 bit. Downgraded udev again from testing in order to work witout problem.
 
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I upgraded my 32 bit system a few hours ago which pulls in SLH's udev and all seems fine, usb mouse works OK
 
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      snvv wrote:
The fix does not solve the keyboard & mouse issues in aptosid 32 bit. Downgraded udev again from testing in order to work witout problem.
Works fine here - your problem might have other reasons.
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Didn't work here initially with a PS2 mouse . . . installing the aptosid udev immediately froze the mouse and keyboard forcing a hard reset . . .
 
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