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From: Jay Estabrook (Jay.Estabrookhp.com)
Date: Sat Apr 26 2008 - 17:06:01 CDT
I haven't seen a problem on my machine (DS15) with the updated
dbus-daemon starting and continuing to run.
In fact, I've just run smoltSendProfile both inside a firewall
and outside, with no (obvious) problems.
I've got a working "hal" update that gets rid of its unaligned
accesses; maybe that will help with speeding up its startup.
It should be available in the next couple of days (I'm going
to upload it later tonight if testing goes OK).
If there's any way to get more verbose output logged from dbus
or hal, it might help track your problem down...
Kazuyoshi Furutaka wrote:
> From: Jay Estabrook <Jay.Estabrookhp.com>
> Subject: Re: Are smolt/dbus working well? (Re: New FC 8 kernel RPMS in updates)
> Date: Sat, 26 Apr 2008 14:20:25 -0400
>> So, (su)do (after the update is installed):
>> service messagebus restart
>> And see if that helps.
>> If not, I'd suggest a reboot. Afterwards, you can check via:
>> service messagebus status
>> at which time, you should see something like:
>> dbus-daemon (pid 2406 1481) is running...
> Well, even after rebooting, dbus seems to be not
> [rootram ~]# service messagebus status
> dbus-daemon is stopped
> It's so by seeing, as Steven said that, it takes a
> long time to start HAL daemon, and my previous reports
> that a few dbus dependent? services failed to start
> during boot.
> After restarting the service, I checked several times
> whether its running, by `service messagebus status`,
> and it replied it was running, so I tried to send a
> smolt profile but failed; at that time it replied
> Kazuyoshi Furutaka
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