Hi Bolle,

Yes, your email got the leds fully working! Many thanks.

For anyone else following, the modules exist but aren't being loaded on
startup.
After editing /etc/modules as you suggested, I was able turn the leds on an
off but no heartbeat or timer etc.
Adding VOYAGE_SYSTEM_MODULES to vi /etc/voyage.conf did nothing, but I
could load them all by hand.
So I simply added the module list to: vi /etc/modules (as opposed to just
leds-apu2).

And that was that.

Thanks again Bolle!



On 16 June 2017 at 18:01, <bo...@geodb.org> wrote:

> Again me ;-)
>
> Maybe this could help you or bring you into the right direction.
>
> This is an excerpt from my manual installation:
>
> APU2# cp leds-apu2.ko /lib/modules/3.16.7-ckt9-voyage/kernel/drivers/leds/
> APU2# depmod -a
> APU2# vi /etc/modules
>
>>
>>>> leds-apu2
> <<<
> APU2# modprobe leds-apu2
>
> APU2# vi /etc/voyage.conf
>
>>
>>>> VOYAGE_PROFILE=APU2
> VOYAGE_SYSTEM_MODULES="sp5100-tco; led-class; ledtrig-heartbeat;
> ledtrig-timer; ledtrig-netdev; leds-apu2;"
> <<<
>
> APU2# vi /etc/init.d/voyage-util
>
>>
>>>>                 'APU2')
>                         echo heartbeat > /sys/class/leds/apu2\:2/trigger
>                         echo ata1 > /sys/class/leds/apu2\:3/trigger
>                         ;;
> <<<
>
> The paths would differ on Voyage 0.11.0. The ">>>" and "<<<" are only
> markers.
>
> I would check the following:
>
>  - Does the kernel module exist ?
>  - Can you load the kernel module by hand ?
>  - Is the kernel module in the Voyage profile ?
>
> Andreas
>
>
> On 2017-06-16 07:26, Richard Warburton wrote:
>
>> Thanks Andreas,
>>
>> Voyage 0.11.0 explicitly says that it supports APU2 leds in the
>> release data (unless I'm reading it wrong), so I'm hoping it's a minor
>> config issue.
>>
>> If I have no luck, I might have a go with the sources you provide.
>>
>> Thanks again.
>>
>> On 16 June 2017 at 17:18, <bo...@geodb.org> wrote:
>>
>> Hello Richard
>>>
>>> I don't know about a simple fix. On my APU2s with Voyage 0.10.0, the
>>> kernel module has been missing.
>>>
>>> Using the Voyage SDK, I've compiled and installed the missing kernel
>>> module using this sources:
>>> http://daduke.org/dl/apu2-leds.tgz [2]
>>>
>>>
>>> On Voyage 0.11.0, it could be the same problem.
>>>
>>> Cheers
>>> Andreas
>>>
>>> On 2017-06-16 07:06, Richard Warburton wrote:
>>>
>>> Fresh install of Voyage 0.11.0, alas on startup I see the
>>>> message:
>>>> /etc/init.d/voyage-util: 76: /etc/init.d/voyage-util: cannot
>>>> create
>>>> /sys/class/leds/apu2:1/trigger: Directory nonexistent
>>>> /etc/init.d/voyage-util: 77: /etc/init.d/voyage-util: cannot
>>>> create
>>>> /sys/class/leds/apu2:3/trigger: Directory nonexistent
>>>>
>>>> /etc/init.d/voyage-util: 78: /etc/init.d/voyage-util: cannot
>>>> create
>>>> /sys/class/leds/apu2:3/trigger: Directory nonexistent
>>>>
>>>> /etc/init.d/voyage-util: 79: /etc/init.d/voyage-util: cannot
>>>> create
>>>> /sys/class/leds/apu2:3/trigger: Directory nonexistent
>>>>
>>>> Looking inside /sys/class/leds, there's only one directory called
>>>> mmc0::
>>>>
>>>> Is there a simple fix for this?  I tried the current release as
>>>> well,
>>>> but no dice.
>>>>
>>>> Thanks in advance.
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>>>> http://list.voyage.hk/mailman/listinfo/voyage-linux [1]
>>>>
>>>
>> --
>>
>> Richard Warburton - MSc(Hons), PGDipSci, BE(Hons) +64 9 377-2881 ext 9
>> Skagerrak Software - Senior Developer -
>> http://www.skagerraksoftware.com/
>>
>> 40/22a Willcott St, Mt Albert 1025 - PO Box 77039, Mt Albert, Auckland
>> 1350
>>
>> Links:
>> ------
>> [1] http://list.voyage.hk/mailman/listinfo/voyage-linux
>> [2] http://daduke.org/dl/apu2-leds.tgz
>>
>


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