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25th April 2012, 08:27 AM   |  #501  
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Trouble with ubuntu updated to 12.04
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I've tried to update ubuntu using the built in update manager like CalcProgrammer1 said, but in boot sequence, it freezes here are the messages :

init: Failed to create pty - disabling logging for job
init: Failed to create pty - disabling logging for job
bcsp_recv: Out-of-order packet arrived, got 1 expected 0
init: Failed to create pty - disabling logging for job
init: Failed to create pty - disabling logging for job

any ideas how can i fix this, thank you !
25th April 2012, 02:59 PM   |  #502  
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It shouldn't freeze at that, for me it does spam that message a lot but then it boots up. How long have you waited?

Also, I don't get the bcsp_recv message I don't think, this is a Bluetooth issue most likely, try disabling Bluetooth at boot (rename the /etc/init.d/bcattach_srv file).

In other news, I got the 3.0 kernel to display the X GUI but the touchscreen, keyboard, and mouse are all broken so it's not usable. Touchscreen confuses me most, as it is a user-side driver.
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26th April 2012, 12:05 AM   |  #503  
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Can anyone please give me simple steps or video tutorial on how to install it please?!!!
26th April 2012, 02:37 AM   |  #504  
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Can anyone please give me simple steps or video tutorial on how to install it please?!!!

Where are you at? Totally stock, or do you have moboot cm7/cm9 installed?

Edit: I'm thinking of writing a step by step "for dummies" tutorial if enough people are interested. I'm not a developer and only have about a years Linux experience, but I understand and follow directions exceptionally well. I feel like an in depth, step by step, easy to follow tutorial would be the only real way i could contribute, so I'd be glad to make one. Cheers and good luck!
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26th April 2012, 07:52 AM   |  #505  
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Originally Posted by CalcProgrammer1

It shouldn't freeze at that, for me it does spam that message a lot but then it boots up. How long have you waited?

Also, I don't get the bcsp_recv message I don't think, this is a Bluetooth issue most likely, try disabling Bluetooth at boot (rename the /etc/init.d/bcattach_srv file).

I'm also getting the same messages and it freezes. How do you disable Bluetooth?
Thx for the help.
26th April 2012, 03:00 PM   |  #506  
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Update problem
I've waited a lot more than 1 hour :(
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12.04 out of beta and released today
27th April 2012, 03:31 PM   |  #508  
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Sorry guys, I haven't followed the thread from the beginning.

Can you guys please let me know if the Touch function is working now ?

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Can you guys please let me know if the Touch function is working now ?

Yes, touch is working. So is WiFi, Bluetooth, USB host/client, and battery monitoring. GPU is in development, support now is minimal. Audio does not work.
28th April 2012, 06:29 PM   |  #510  
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Tried 12.04 release update
I had 11.10 up and running, but as it was a little buggy, decided to give 12.04 a try last night. Load went fine using update-manager, reboot after update not so fine; hangs after 20s. The first time through, I saw the same issues with BT as others had seen with 12.04 beta, so renamed the start-up script added for 11.10 (to bcattach_srv-save). I also commented out the ath6kl entry in /etc/modules in the event networking was also an issue; same result. I took a movie of the boot screen, and have transcribed below (but since it was a movie, some text too garbled to decode).

Comments start with #; generic numbers by ##.######, ?? means I could not read this text clearly enough.

[ ##.######] init: Failed to create pty – disabling logging for job

# above spam pty line interlaces within output from init scripts; I’ll just refer to this as “pty spam”.

* Starting bluetooth daemon [ok]
* Starting ???/DNS-SD daemon [ok]
* Starting network connection manager [ok]
[ ##.######] init: Failed to create pty – disabling logging for job
* Starting load fallback graphics devices [ok]
* Starting Userspace bootsplash [ok]
* Stopping load fallback graphics devices [ok]
[##.######] msm_snd_dev_dec: Invalid session ID 0
[##.######] msm_reset_out: Resetting all devices
[##.######] Source device 0 is not TX device
[##.######] msm_dev_out: device freq = 45000
# characters garbled, but a little extra searching revealed this is likely the msm kernel bits
[##.######] platform pll_q6: failed ot locate q6.??t
# Above could be pil_q6
[ ##.######] init: Failed to create pty – disabling logging for job
# pty spam repeats
speech-dispatcher disabled: edit……. [ok]
saned disabled: edit …… [ok]

# At this point screen blanks, and only pty spam prints twice.
[ 19.######] init: Failed to create pty – disabling logging for job
# and again 2 minutes later, also twice
[ 140.######] init: Failed to create pty – disabling logging for job
[600.070176] lcdc_lg_panel_power: l10 DISABLE
# I assume this just means the display has timed out, since the screen blanks and you see:
[ 2368.586645] lcdc_lg_panel_power: l10 ENABLE
--------------------end of output ------------------------
Hope this helps you all in understanding what is amiss; not really a developer in skills, but know my way around Linux. Let me know if additional information is required as I have a little bandwidth this weekend to work on the issue[s].
Last edited by HPTeePee; 28th April 2012 at 06:48 PM. Reason: Missing characters refer to msm driver

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