torpor said:I just applied this Hotfix and noticed something: If you've booted with the new kernel from notaz to fix the sound problem (with the boot.txt file on SD card, or in my case, renamed to autoboot.txt), the Hotfix #3 script won't update the kernel - or if it does update, it does it *very* fast .. certainly not as long as I would think it should take to copy a kernel file to NAND. I rebooted without the new kernel, re-ran the script, and it took longer the second time .. so just a warning here.
Well, usually it says if the kernel has been installed at the summary at the end of the HotFix
Might be helpful to know what it said there
tsh said:EvilDragon said:Hmm, that definately shouldn't happen. It only takes a few seconds... though it also should show an error when it fails...
No, it just waited there. Cancelling worked (although I did manually remove the /boot/uImage.new after rather than test how it coped if I re-ran with it still there)
When I tried to shutdown, I got an odd message saying couldn't shutdown (and some stuff about dbus). I guess this was related to maybe removing and replacing an SD-card and it not re-mounting properly. After a hard reset, the hotfix installed OK, in maybe 10 sec.
Not having any luck with mass storage under WinXP. The device is detected (with what seems to be the correct driver), but so far as I can tell it doesn't see any partitions - just un-allocated space. Mind you, the windows machine it is connected to is not the most reliable...
Hm, I haven't tried it in Windows, only with ArchBox, but that one mounts the slots just fine.
Unless I managed to get a stupid error in the script yesterday night (haven't tested the final one, just a first one).
Will try later.