Description of problem:
hdapsd daemon does not automatically start for appropriate devices. Manual start works fine.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install hdapsd package on a system supporting this feature.
2. Reboot the system.
3. Check the system processes to see, if hdapsd is running or check /var/log/messages to see if it was running at all.
hdapsd daemon is not running, and has not even be called
hdapsd should be either running or at least should generate some error message in the system log.
The daemon works fine if I start it manually. I assume that there is some error when moving to the new systemd scripts for starting the daemon.
Are you using upstart or systemd? Upstart startup was never reliable, but I'm going to look into this issue and maybe provide SysV-init script also.
(In reply to comment #1)
> Are you using upstart or systemd? Upstart startup was never reliable, but I'm
> going to look into this issue and maybe provide SysV-init script also.
OK, installing systemd did the trick (although it is a bit tricky to deinstall upstart-sysvinit and you also have to exclude of being upgrade via yum). What a pitty, that F14 reverted to upstart by a last minute decision. systemd seems to work fairly well on my X201 Tablet.
Thus, I set the status to closed although it might be a good decision to patch the hdapsd package so that it works with upstart as it is installed by default on F14.