Powerbook G3 wheezy upgrade udevd error #02
Many thanks for your help.
# dpkg -l udev
dpkg not found on install CD environment, whoever:
# /sbin/udevd --version
shows udev = 171 for both CD & hd chroot
which is what's so baffling as latest Wheezy install cd boots OK, even
chroot into hd installed system. But booting directly into hd system causes
'udevd : unable to receive ctrl connection: Function not implemented'
# apt-get install udev=170-1
Doesn't work. udev 170-1 was previous install & worked OK, however it's no
longer available in the apt repositories. Also I autocleaned apt archives
upon what I thought was a successful update, so downgrade option to udev
170-1 looks off the list. Only options appear tobe a downgrade to Lenny or
Up until this problem Lenny & then Wheezy run OK on my Lombard. Used to
have the occasional keyboard or touchpad freeze up on LXDE for about 10-15
seconds. However I normally run in console mode, ie gdm autostart disabled.
hald is installed but not sure if I have udisks-daemon running.
Trust this helps.
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Subject: Re: Powerbook G3 wheezy upgrade udevd error
You could check the udev version on the CD:
dpkg -l udev
And then upgrade (or downgrade) the package from within chroot:
apt-get install udev=<version>
BTW, you haven't been running earlier versions of Debian on your
Lombard? I'm asking, because I have big problems on my Lombard: if I
have either hald or udisks-daemon running, the computer practically
stops after some minutes. This applies to both Lenny and Squeeze.