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    New udev (175-0ubuntu20) in RR proposed

    We have a new udev (175-0ubuntu20) now in RR proposed repos.
    That brings about important changes into udev setup:
    * Drop unnecessary hardcoded libudev0 dependency from udev package.
    * Drop libudev and gudev packages, built by systemd source now.
    So, libudev0 is dropped and libudev1 is installed instead.
    A number of packages must also be installed, built against libudev1:
    - xorg-server + some drivers (evdev, ati, nouveau, intel)
    - mountall
    - mesa
    - livm2
    - initramfs-tools
    - upstart
    - bluez
    - pulseaudio

    Did someone of you already installed this setup?
    I did and got immediately some issues with udev, my setup switches to busybox.
    However, commanding "exit" works and all is well otherwise.

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    Re: New udev (175-0ubuntu20) in RR proposed

    Yes. It happened to me just now. Ran an update = restart and result = busybox. Thank you for mentioning that "exit" moves the loading of Ubuntu onwards as usual.

    Up until last week every ISO image of Raring that I tried ended in Busybox. And Exit do not do much except provided a little more information.

    Regards.
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    Re: New udev (175-0ubuntu20) in RR proposed

    Here is the bug report regarding this issue:

    https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s...s/+bug/1154813

    The issue is that initramfs does not wait long enough for root.
    This in turn causes the root UUID not to be found and eventually system dropping to busybox shell.

    So, please do not upgrade intiramfs-tools before this bug is solved.

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    Re: New udev (175-0ubuntu20) in RR proposed

    The new fix to initramfs-tools (0.103ubuntu0.7) is soon in RR-proposed.

    Here:
    https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source...0.103ubuntu0.7

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    Re: New udev (175-0ubuntu20) in RR proposed

    I've disabled failsafe at boot. Does new udev need failsafe?
    Also, on one install I have plymouth disabled... Any problem with that and new udev?
    Last edited by zika; March 14th, 2013 at 08:18 AM.

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    Re: New udev (175-0ubuntu20) in RR proposed

    Mine...

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    Re: New udev (175-0ubuntu20) in RR proposed

    Making Proposed as a quarantine (sandbox) proves itself as a very good decision. Right one to get prepared for rolling distro...

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    Re: New udev (175-0ubuntu20) in RR proposed

    Quote Originally Posted by Harry33 View Post
    The new fix to initramfs-tools (0.103ubuntu0.7) is soon in RR-proposed.

    Here:
    https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source...0.103ubuntu0.7
    This relesased fix solves this issue.

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    Re: New udev (175-0ubuntu20) in RR proposed

    I bit the bullet, opened Proposed, went with dist-upgrade, and lived to write this after reboot...
    Having several kernels and using the fact that only the first (freshest) does get updated with update-initramfs trigger, made me breathe easeier...
    Of course, after first reboot, all kernels got their new incarnation...
    Another day at test bay...

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    Re: New udev (175-0ubuntu20) in RR proposed

    Quote Originally Posted by zika View Post
    I bit the bullet, opened Proposed, went with dist-upgrade, and lived to write this after reboot...
    Having several kernels and using the fact that only the first (freshest) does get updated with update-initramfs trigger, made me breathe easeier...
    Of course, after first reboot, all kernels got their new incarnation...
    Another day at test bay...
    @Zika, me too
    After fresh raring install(reinstall), enable raring-proposed.
    I only did sudo apt-get upgrade.

    Code:
    Start-Date: 2013-03-14  17:43:42
    Commandline: apt-get upgrade
    Upgrade: dmsetup:i386 (1.02.74-6ubuntu1, 1.02.74-6ubuntu2), libpci3:i386 (3.1.9-6ubuntu1, 3.1.9-6ubuntu2), bluez-alsa:i386 (4.101-0ubuntu8, 4.101-0ubuntu8b1), libpam0g:i386 (1.1.3-8ubuntu1, 1.1.3-8ubuntu2), libpam-modules-bin:i386 (1.1.3-8ubuntu1, 1.1.3-8ubuntu2), bluez-gstreamer:i386 (4.101-0ubuntu8, 4.101-0ubuntu8b1), python-aptdaemon.gtk3widgets:i386 (0.45+bzr883-0ubuntu1, 1.0-0ubuntu1), libpam-modules:i386 (1.1.3-8ubuntu1, 1.1.3-8ubuntu2), mobile-broadband-provider-info:i386 (20130121-1, 20130312-1), xserver-xorg-video-ati:i386 (7.1.0-0ubuntu1, 7.1.0-0ubuntu1b1), python3-aptdaemon:i386 (0.45+bzr883-0ubuntu1, 1.0-0ubuntu1), aptdaemon-data:i386 (0.45+bzr883-0ubuntu1, 1.0-0ubuntu1), python3-aptdaemon.pkcompat:i386 (0.45+bzr883-0ubuntu1, 1.0-0ubuntu1), libdbus-1-3:i386 (1.6.8-1ubuntu3, 1.6.8-1ubuntu4), python-aptdaemon:i386 (0.45+bzr883-0ubuntu1, 1.0-0ubuntu1), python3-software-properties:i386 (0.92.14.1, 0.92.15), libpam-runtime:i386 (1.1.3-8ubuntu1, 1.1.3-8ubuntu2), system-config-printer-gnome:i386 (1.3.12+20130308-0ubuntu1, 1.3.12+20130308-0ubuntu1b1), bluez-cups:i386 (4.101-0ubuntu8, 4.101-0ubuntu8b1), lightdm:i386 (1.4.0-0ubuntu5, 1.5.1-0ubuntu1), foomatic-db-compressed-ppds:i386 (20130308-0ubuntu1, 20130308-0ubuntu2), xserver-common:i386 (1.13.2-0ubuntu3, 1.13.3-0ubuntu1), libxatracker1:i386 (9.0.2-0ubuntu1, 9.0.2-0ubuntu1b1), gir1.2-gudev-1.0:i386 (175-0ubuntu19, 198-0ubuntu2), libpulse-mainloop-glib0:i386 (3.0-0ubuntu4, 3.0-0ubuntu4b1), libpcsclite1:i386 (1.8.6-3ubuntu1, 1.8.6-3ubuntu1b1), libvlc5:i386 (2.0.5-1, 2.0.5-1build1), dbus:i386 (1.6.8-1ubuntu3, 1.6.8-1ubuntu4), udev:i386 (175-0ubuntu19, 175-0ubuntu20), liblightdm-gobject-1-0:i386 (1.4.0-0ubuntu5, 1.5.1-0ubuntu1), busybox-static:i386 (1.20.0-7ubuntu3, 1.20.0-8ubuntu1), pciutils:i386 (3.1.9-6ubuntu1, 3.1.9-6ubuntu2), pulseaudio-module-bluetooth:i386 (3.0-0ubuntu4, 3.0-0ubuntu4b1), pulseaudio-module-x11:i386 (3.0-0ubuntu4, 3.0-0ubuntu4b1), aptdaemon:i386 (0.45+bzr883-0ubuntu1, 1.0-0ubuntu1), system-config-printer-common:i386 (1.3.12+20130308-0ubuntu1, 1.3.12+20130308-0ubuntu1b1), libbluetooth3:i386 (4.101-0ubuntu8, 4.101-0ubuntu8b1), pulseaudio-utils:i386 (3.0-0ubuntu4, 3.0-0ubuntu4b1), software-properties-common:i386 (0.92.14.1, 0.92.15), libdevmapper-event1.02.1:i386 (1.02.74-6ubuntu1, 1.02.74-6ubuntu2), openprinting-ppds:i386 (20130308-0ubuntu1, 20130308-0ubuntu2), keyboard-configuration:i386 (1.70ubuntu6, 1.70ubuntu7), software-properties-gtk:i386 (0.92.14.1, 0.92.15), console-setup:i386 (1.70ubuntu6, 1.70ubuntu7), python3-aptdaemon.gtk3widgets:i386 (0.45+bzr883-0ubuntu1, 1.0-0ubuntu1), libgl1-mesa-dri:i386 (9.0.2-0ubuntu1, 9.0.2-0ubuntu1b1), vlc-data:i386 (2.0.5-1, 2.0.5-1build1), libpulsedsp:i386 (3.0-0ubuntu4, 3.0-0ubuntu4b1), libopenvg1-mesa:i386 (9.0.2-0ubuntu1, 9.0.2-0ubuntu1b1), ureadahead:i386 (0.100.0-14, 0.100.0-15), busybox-initramfs:i386 (1.20.0-7ubuntu3, 1.20.0-8ubuntu1), dbus-x11:i386 (1.6.8-1ubuntu3, 1.6.8-1ubuntu4), python-cupshelpers:i386 (1.3.12+20130308-0ubuntu1, 1.3.12+20130308-0ubuntu1b1), libvlccore5:i386 (2.0.5-1, 2.0.5-1build1)
    End-Date: 2013-03-14  17:46:29
    I don't have the guts to do dist-upgrade, atm.


    Code:
    ~❯ sudo apt-get upgrade                      
    [sudo] password for serdotlinecho: 
    Reading package lists... Done
    Building dependency tree        
    Reading state information... Done
    The following packages have been kept back:
      bluez gvfs gvfs-backends gvfs-bin gvfs-common gvfs-daemons gvfs-fuse
      gvfs-libs initramfs-tools initramfs-tools-bin libatasmart4
      libdevmapper1.02.1 libegl1-mesa libegl1-mesa-drivers libgbm1 libgl1-mesa-glx
      libglapi-mesa libgudev-1.0-0 liblvm2app2.2 libpulse0 mountall pulseaudio
      system-config-printer-udev udisks upstart vlc vlc-nox vlc-plugin-notify
      vlc-plugin-pulse xserver-xorg-core xserver-xorg-input-evdev
      xserver-xorg-video-intel xserver-xorg-video-modesetting
      xserver-xorg-video-nouveau xserver-xorg-video-radeon
    0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 35 not upgraded.
    Last edited by serdotlinecho; March 14th, 2013 at 12:45 PM.

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