Bug#612250: release-notes: Loss of keyboard and mouse may occur during upgrade
On Mon, Feb 07, 2011 at 08:48:39AM +0100, Javier Fernandez-Sanguino wrote:
> On 7 February 2011 07:27, Karl O. Pinc <email@example.com> wrote:
> > During upgrade the text console was lost and replaced with a gdm login
> > screen. The second time this occurred neither the keyboard or mouse
> > would respond. Unplugging and replugging each of these USB devices
> > resovled the problem.
> Thank you for your patch we will consider it for the Release Notes. As
> for this issue, since the move from text console to gdm is quite
> common (and confuses users) we are consider asking the users, when
> upgrading, to stop the gdm service so that there is no switch back and
> forth. We still have to consider the best approach to this issue,
On my laptop, there is internet connection while a user is logged
and using gnome. When the user logs out, the connection is broken.
Would stopping gdm have the effect of logging out the user? If so, gdm
should be stopped only after all the packages have been downloaded, and
before they start to be installed. Is there a good moment for the user
to detect this moment?