On Wednesday, February 13, 2013 03:55:55 PM Adrien Dorsaz wrote:

> Hello,
> I've had again this issue this afternoon and I've noticed that dbus
> wasn't running (using "service dbus status").
> I don't know how the resume works in QtMoko for qpe service, but I've
> seen in /etc/init.d/qtmoko-gta04 that dbus is already marked in required
> services. Should the dbus requirement checked in the /opt/qtmoko/qpe.sh
> or in /opt/qtmoko/bin/qpe to be sure it's runing at resume ?

qpe.sh is only launched during boot - and at that point it does not make much 
sense to check dbus. If it is not running QtMoko does not start at all.

But we have /opt/qtmoko/bin/after-resume.sh - this is script (currently 
unused), which is executed after resume. So you can easily add check there.

If dbus is for some reason crashing or is stopped then we have to figure out 
why. I guess QtMoko cant work much without dbus, since it's used for bluetooth 
and maybe other things...

I think we should also be running QtMoko with logging enabled - there can be 
interesting message in log then. To enable logging edit /opt/qtmoko/qpe.sh and 


after . /opt/qtmoko/qpe.env line.


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