[Mageia-discuss] Vicious problem with missing hal in alpha 1
maarten at rmail.be
Sat Nov 26 14:03:04 CET 2011
Op zaterdag 26 november 2011 12:47:52 schreef Wolfgang Bornath:
> 2011/11/26 Juergen Harms <Juergen.Harms at unige.ch>:
> > I successfully installed alpha 1 from the brand new iso DVD. Install goes
> > smoothly, but after booting the system, I come to a screeming stop:
> > When I try to run urpmi (from a console) for installing update packages,
> > urpmi refuses with the message that the hal daemon is not running.
> > rpm -q in fact confirms that hal is not installed (I had done a perfectly
> > standard KDE install). Doing "urpmi hal" gives the evident result: it
> > lists 9 packages to be installed (among which is hal) but then fails
> > because the hal daemon is not running.
> > That puts a stop to any further testing. Is there a work around that
> > allows to install hal while the hal daemon is not running?
> Yes. :)
> I ran into the same, then I looked at the media and realized that
> there is "cdrom" still activated (the installation medium). This could
> not be found because HAL was not running. De-activating this medium
> worked around the problem, urpmi installed (almost) all 240 updates.
Perhaps the cdrom could be found with udev directly (not using hal?)
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