Well, I followed the directions for the Activated Upgrade to build
653. The upgrade went fine, but the computer still shuts down the
instant I remove the power cord (or simply unplug the power cord from
Now, when I try to turn the computer on without the cord
plugged in, I at least get the power light turning green and the the
battery light blinking orange before everything goes dark
...(after ~5 minutes)
When I unplugged the cord, the XO turned off immediately.
Any suggestions as to what might be going on or what to do about it? I'm thinking of following the directions for the Activated Upgrade (http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Activated_Upgrade) to build 653 just to see if that helps, but I'm worried about just adding confusion to the situation.
The EC thinks your battery is fully charged and so its not
Do you have a developer key? If not get one. You will
need it to use
batman.fth and thats what we are going to use to reset your
SOC so it
will try to charge.
Richard Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>
One Laptop Per Child
community-support mailing list
Thanks, Richard! I got a developer key and rebooted. Now what?
Thanks again for your help!
1199992649,0,6514800,9357,1923,81, Charging, Normal
1199992659,0,7507270,260,1928,81, Charging, Normal
1199992669,0, 7505440,130,1937,81, Charging, Normal
1199992679,0, 7504830,260,1937,81, Charging, Normal
1199992690,81, 7505440,260,1948,81, Charging, Normal
1199992700,81, 7504220,390,1948,81, Charging, Normal
1199992710,81, 7504830,130,1952,81, Charging, Normal
1199992720,97,6467830,260,1958,81, Full, Full
1199992730,97,6468440,0,1958,81, Full, Full
1199992741,97,6467830,0,1961,81, Full, Full
1199993698,91,5572350,-943691,2318Ã¢â‚¬Â¦.(I wasnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t writing quickly enough to get these last numbers Ã¢â‚¬â€œ I havenÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t figured out how to find the bat-log, so I was copying those numbers by hand)
I started getting the same error messages as I did when it couldnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t find the battery (because it wasnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t inserted)
I got a few more lines that looked normal, then another set of error messages associated with not being able to find the battery.
So, whatÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s next?
Once I get the log files in the olpc users home directory, how do access them (for
including in an e-mail) or copy them to the USB?
From the command line you use the 'cp' command.
Sugar mounts USB
sticks in the /media/<number> where <number> is
derived from the USB disk.
so you can stick a usb disk in the XO and after it shows up
journal open up a terminal and type 'ls /media' you
should see a
directory with numbers. Thats the USB disk.
so 'cp /home/olpc/log-* /media/<number> will copy
all the files that
start with 'log-' to the usb disk.
Then you can use the journal to unmount the disk.
That SO needs to be in an easily searchable FAQ!!! It worked like charm!! Here's what I got...
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