shr - messages + wsod
tonyberth at googlemail.com
Wed May 6 11:19:58 CEST 2009
On Tue, May 5, 2009 at 9:03 PM, ivvmm <unachievable at gmail.com> wrote:
> ivvmm wrote:
> > Pietro "m0nt0" Montorfano wrote:
> >> Il giorno mar, 21/04/2009 alle 22.30 +0400, ivvmm ha scritto:
> >>> Pietro Montorfano wrote:
> >>>> just get back to the old 2.6.29-r2 kernel and then wsod
> >>>> will go away.
> >>> How can this be achieved? The WSOD is really getting on my nerves.
> >> Quite simple but "dirty":
> >> 1) download a tar.gz version of shr which was running and the uImage,
> >> let's say the one built on 10th of april, before the big upgrade.
> >> 2) get the /lib/modules/2.6.29-r2 dir out of the tar.gz
> >> 3) copy it to your FR with scp, obviously it should be in /lib/modules
> >> 4) run "depmod -ae" from your FR
> >> 5a) if you are using the flash, use dfu-util to flash the kernel
> >> 5b) if you are using the uSD, copy the uImage in the right place
> >> There are other ways like using opkg or something similar but, hey, this
> >> is simple and it's working :D
> >> Bye!
> >> Pietro
> > Thank you for the solution. But why just SHR developers do not revert
> > the kernel packages in testing and leave newer in unstable?
> It seems that I've found the way to avoid WSOD. If is somehow connected
> with the backlight of the display. If you live it at 100% the WSOD will
> not happen.
just did a test with the latest builds but WSOD is still an issue :(
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