Description of problem:
My internal USB 7 port card reader is currently not being seen by hal. It makes
no difference to which kernel version is used
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install the latest updates
See attachments. The card reader is not seen
The card reader is seen and able to be used
Created attachment 111910 [details]
Output of running hald --daemon=no --verbose=yes --retain-privileges
Created attachment 111911 [details]
Output from ps aux | grep hald
This is the output after 111910 fails. When I double click on the computer
icon, only the generic names for any hal devices are show (such as cdrecorder,
cdrecorder1). If I run /etc/init.d/haldaemon start, the correct names show when
I double click on the computer icon
Created attachment 111912 [details]
Output from dmesg
Output from comment 1 looks like you're not doing it right.
1. are you running 'hald --daemon=no --verbose=yes --retain-privileges' as root?
You need to either 'su -' or login as root to get the $PATH right; specifically,
/usr/sbin needs to be in $PATH.
2. what is the output of 'rpm -q hal'
3. what is the output of 'ls -l /usr/sbin/fstab-sync'
4. what is the output of 'chkconfig --list haldaemon'
Created attachment 111917 [details]
Output from hald when run as su - instead of just su
hald run as su - is attachment 111917 [details]
rpm -q hal -> hal-0.5.0-3
ls -l /usr/sbin/fstab-sync
-rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 23728 Mar 8 16:32 /usr/sbin/fstab-sync
chkconfig --list haldaemon
haldaemon 0:off 1:off 2:off 3:on 4:on 5:on 6:off
(originally, this was tested with 5:off. I have not reset the machine since
doing the original test (see the original hald id=111910 attachment) but have
reset 5 to be on)
That looks better, thanks. Please attach the output 'lshal' and 'tree /sys' as
well (the tree command is in the tree package you might need to install).
Also, now that 5:on, does this symptom
> When I double click on the computer icon, only the generic names for any hal
> devices are show (such as cdrecorder, cdrecorder1).
go away when rebooting?
lshal just gives
lshal version 0.5.0
*** [DIE] lshal.c:dump_devices():73 : Couldn't obtain list of device
With 5:on, the device names given in Computer are correct.
One very odd thing I've found though is that the card I inserted into the card
reader is now locked on my camera, the pictures are intact, so I'm assuming that
either the card was mounted but not unmounted or something has gone funny!
> lshal just gives
> lshal version 0.5.0
> *** [DIE] lshal.c:dump_devices():73 : Couldn't obtain list of device
Try this again and also send me the output of 'ps aux|grep hald'
You also forgot to include the output of 'tree /sys', please include that. And
also the output of /var/log/messages. Please do this after a clean reboot (with
5:on in chkconfig for haldaemon).
Created attachment 111924 [details]
lshal after performing the hald update in rawhide 12/03/05
Created attachment 111925 [details]
Output from ps aux | grep hald after running the hald rawhide update (12/03/05)
rpm -q hal
Created attachment 111926 [details]
Output from tree /sys
Sorry about that, I needed to install tree!
OK, so it appears that hal is actually working fine for you which kind of
contradicts what you posted on fedora-devel-list
There's still the issue of the usb-storage driver not working with your
hardware, but that is not a hal bug; that's rather a kernel bug. So I'm closing
this as NOTABUG.