However, usb-modeswitch does not get triggered when the modem is already plugged in when bootup.
I got around this by triggering usb-modeswitch when PupDial is started.
The script /usr/sbin/pupdial calls /usr/sbin/pupdial_init_hotpluggable and if the latter cannot find an external modem, it replays kernel uevents, which triggers usb-modeswitch.
Now, I have to think when to release the next Wary. I think tomorrow, and it will be a beta, not yet an RC. It will have the 'zzz' package, so you guys with 3G modems can give it a test run.
Um, and hopefully I haven't broken analog modem handling.
Comments:Posted on 11 Dec 2010, 8:59 by 01micko
Will woof follow? I ask because I have been following zzz development. Works nicely so far in spup. I do have an issue with zdrv and older cd drives. The cd drive seems to think it's done enough loading the main sfs.. note that I do get kernel panics on these old drives sometimes because the main sfs doesn't fully load. I think that may have been my problem with wary_097 as is to wary_098 (097 worked great and 098 I could not connect with my acx card running live).
Posted on 11 Dec 2010, 16:51 by BarryK
zzz into Woof?
You are asking if zzz will get merged into Woof.
At this stage I don't know.
zzz is looking pretty good, see my latest Wary 102, but Luci testers reported sound problems. They must have done something that messed up zzz but I haven't had time to check it out.
Well, Luci testers could download my latest zzz package and try it. Install it in your running Luci.
Posted on 12 Dec 2010, 16:24 by 01micko
re zzz into Woof?
Well, as I stated on the wary-102 feedback thread my acx woes seem cured.
What I was asking if woof would be uploaded incorporating the latest PPM and download_file fixes.
Anyway, doesn't matter because I have those fixes and will build a new spup with those and the very latest zzz package. If I just delete zzz from my woof tree the latest should download anyway.
Oh, btw, seamonkey-2.0.11 is out, compiling now.
Your instructions for compiling seamonkey worked beautifully for me in spup, only difference I made was to scratch the 'disable dbus' entry because dbus is in spup. The one issue I did have was the copying of the header files in making the DEV package. It may even be a bug in 'cp' in spup. I ran this:
cp -frL /mnt/sda3/sources/input040/seamonkey-2.0.10/comm-1.9.1/mozilla/dist/include/* ./
(except with my directory tree ;))
but it only copied the symlinks! I had to put in the long option for '-L'.. '--dereference' and it worked like a charm.
Thanks and cheers.
Oh and Merry Christmas!