Commit 1de991d0 authored by Tails developers's avatar Tails developers
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Wiki gardening.

parent 3f84e8f7
......@@ -42,6 +42,8 @@ memory.
Probable solution: Force squashfs to keep certain files, especially
the shutdown scripts and the files required for kexec, in memory.
> Already done using memlockd, see [[memory erasure implementation
> notes|contribute/design/memory_erasure]] for details. Sounds like we
> may have missed a few files, though: `/etc/init.d/gdm3 stop` is
......@@ -51,4 +53,5 @@ the shutdown scripts and the files required for kexec, in memory.
>> Do we need to stop gdm using the init-scripts instead of, let's say, kill -9
>> when doing the *emergency* shutdown? --JohnDoe
>>> Tails 0.9 uses pkill and fixes at least that probable cause.
>>> Can anyone still reproduce the bug, or should we close it?
......@@ -3,3 +3,8 @@ Booting into Tails 0.9 and connection to the Tor network never happens. Vidalia
> Does it happen consistently, or was it just once?
I'm not the OP but it happens intermittently here too on two separate boxes. Manually opening Vidalia will sometimes show a single connection (like to Sickittotheman) but other times the network map is blank or says no relays available. Rebooting may or may not help.
> With that little information, there's nothing we can do about it
> => closing :/
......@@ -99,3 +99,11 @@ All other processes are 0% or near 0%. Here is some output from syslog:
>> command-line, by pressing TAB in the initial language choosing
>> menu. Does it solve the issue you're experiencing?
>> `xorg-driver=vesa` is worth trying as well.
>>> No reply since months, closing. Hopefully 0.10 (and its backported
>>> X.Org stack) will help. In this area, there's not much *we* can do
>>> about it, but include more recent drivers and forward bug reports
>>> upstream... and the latter needs reactive bug reporters to be
>>> worth it.
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