Re: No /dev/pmu
I originally installed 'pmud' as that is what I have used with Yellowdog
Linux. I believe I also had to change the permissions on /etc/pmu to
make the error message go away.
'pmud' was relaced when I installed 'pbbuttonsd'. See the posting on
this list with the subject "pmud vs. pbbuttonsd on iBook" dated 8/11/04.
Matthew T. Atkinson wrote:
I have no /dev/pmu in a new installation of Sarge. It is causing GNOME
to complain on startup and pbbuttonsd to fail to start. How can I get
/dev/pmu back? There is a /proc/pmu/ directory present.
I can't find any packages that seem to provide the facility to create a
/dev/pmu and I don't know the device numbers myself so wouldn't want to
use mknod directly.
I'd appreciate it if anyone could tell me how to make/restore my
/dev/pmu. Thanks in advance,
bye just now,
- No /dev/pmu
- From: "Matthew T. Atkinson" <email@example.com>