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Old 10-08-2012, 06:02 PM   #555
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no at_wake_up was a pseudonym for a file I did not know the name of.
I should have made that clearer. I don't actually know which script runs at wake up or I would have just named it.

Others may know, I currently don't - you may indeed have found the script. I should go look..

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Originally Posted by pmul View Post
... I did find a reference to /mnt/us/WIFIOFF in /etc/init.d/pre-wifid, if the file WIFIOFF is present in the user root, the wifi is disabled. ...
nice find. didn't know about that. Someone will probably know how to identify that PID. I sadly am out of ideas on that one.

One more option is of course to elevate the logging level

lipc-probe -a reveals a loglevel rw string for each service.

Quote:
com.lab126.cvm
rw Str logLevel

com.lab126.volumd
rw Str logLevel

com.lab126.cmd
rw Str logLevel
ETC...
There is a list of valid values kicking around (I saw it today) on these threads. like "Warning", "All","None" or something but I don't remember the exact details sadly.

Possibly elevate them all to the highest level, try it again and trawl the logs?

I honestly don't know exactly how to do that... heh...
but roughly: dbus-send --system /default com.lab126.powerd.logLevel string:"all"
I think - you should check that. all of it

so yeah, elevate logs... read them... share them... : ) hope something falls out

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