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Re: [gNewSense-users] possible gNewSense kernel/memory issue?

From: andrei raevsky
Subject: Re: [gNewSense-users] possible gNewSense kernel/memory issue?
Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2007 13:14:43 -0400

Dear friends,

I just noticed that the problem only occurs with I log in as user "andrei" - other user accounts do not have he same problem.  I further noticed that my USB flash memory peripherals are not mounting automatically anymore.  I can still do it manually, but this GNOME convenience is now lost.

What do I need to reset/edit/correct  in my account config to have HAL initialized?

Should I reintall HAL somehow?

Also - my automatic updates are all completed, why does Rich say that 2.6.15.x is old?  Where and how should I get a newer kernel?

Thanks for any help,


On 7/17/07, Karl Goetz <address@hidden > wrote:
On Tue, 2007-07-17 at 00:55 -0400, Matthew Flaschen wrote:
> andrei raevsky wrote:
> > Should I ignore all this insofar as the computer seems to be running ok, or
> > is there something I need to do about all this.  Why is gNewSense's uptime
> > so much less than Debian's?
> If you want to compare, compare to Ubuntu Dapper, not Debian.
> > Could it be that the removal of the proprietary code in the kernel are causing these problems?
> Not likely.  There isn't any proprietary memory management code, as far
> as I know (I would be very surprised if there were)

IIRC we patch hal, but it may only be the GUI bit.
you would have to check the SVN repo for more details.

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