Today I wanted to try putting /run back onto tmpfs (just because I thought it would be nice for it to be mouned with noexec and clean upon boot).
I went and added to my fstab
tmpfs /run tmpfs nodev,nosuid,noexec,rw,size=8m 0 0
So result is - I boot up to init5 and Xorg does not react to any keypresses or touchpad, power button works fine.
Reboot, boot into init3, console works fine, boot init3 -> init5 - no keyboard, touchpad.
Reboot, comment out the line abouve, reboot... Everything works fine again.
No errors in dmesg, messages.log. Xorg logs. Running on EeePC 1001HA w/latest arch-kernel.
Any ideas why this is happening?
$ ll /run/udev/control srwxr-xr-x 1 root root 0 Oct 11 06:04 /run/udev/control
Edit: Oops, got confused between a socket file and suid - ignore me
Last edited by brebs (2012-10-11 12:57:59)
It means the file is a socket
PS: too late
Last edited by Gendalph (2012-10-11 13:01:59)
Today I wanted to try putting /run back onto tmpfs
/run is always on tmpfs:
run on /run type tmpfs (rw,nosuid,nodev,relatime,mode=755)
Thanks, my bad for not noticing it before.