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Re: F11 for the X01- shutdown



I had another one in the middle of the session as soon as I connected to the WiFi and tried to load a page.
So far in 6 incidences it never happened in GNOME (statistically it should have if it was a Fedora issue) never without wifi and never with long established (>3min) wifi. The frequency is about 1 out of 10 attempts to launch an activity (presence/collaboration?) or load a web page in Browse (I also use Firefox,Midori under Sugar-though the frequency might not warrant an event) within 1min after establishing a network connection. 
So although NM is involved I do not think is responsible (see GNOME).
Just my 2 cents.

--- On Fri, 7/31/09, Paul Fox <pgf laptop org> wrote:

> From: Paul Fox <pgf laptop org>
> Subject: Re: F11 for the X01- shutdown
> To: fedora-olpc-list redhat com
> Date: Friday, July 31, 2009, 1:15 AM
> james wrote:
>  > Yioryos, it seems you and I are the only ones to see
> this problem, and
>  > there are others who are not seeing it.
> 
> reuben caron (at 1cc) mentioned that he'd seen the shutdown
> thing
> too.  (i believe he's set up logging in case it
> happens again.)
> 
>  > 
>  > I wonder if it is environmental ... that is it is
> triggered also by
>  > something else in the environment.
> 
> i think you said you'd strace'd init, and had seen the
> shutdown
> signal, correct?  i wonder if it would be worth
> stracing the most
> likely (e.g., under heavy development) candidates: 
> network
> manager, X11, others?  the goal, of course, being to
> find out who
> sent the signal to init.
> 
> (while i'm clearly relieved that powerd is definitely not
> involved in some of these shutdowns, it would have narrowed
> the
> search a lot if it _was_ the likely culprit.  :-)
> 
> paul
> =---------------------
>  paul fox, pgf laptop org
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