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Old 10-14-2012, 07:22 PM   #121
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Originally Posted by geekmaster View Post
K5 uses upstart only when booted from main, not diags. This could change with future firmware versions.

Diags actually runs a monolithic startup script that has a bunch of code copied from a bunch of upstart scripts. It is interesting to read the comments in that script.
I don't get you.

When I boot into DIAGS the script /etc/upstart/diags would seem to be read?
are you saying that is incorrect.

"K5 uses upstart only when booted from main"
Not discussing what happens in main, main works fine. What does this mean in this context? I am confused


EDIT: To Be Clear: I am testing Diags.
If you are simply saying "Look in the blahdeblahblkp02/etc/upstart/diags script" in a circuitous way, I already am. : )

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