The fix for this issue is in the repo.
will bring the fix.
It's probable that this is not the only/last issue. Please report back any other issues or crashes of the Hardware Abstraction Layer. I will be sure to help fix things as quickly as possibe.
Some tips if you're having issues:
ps ax | grep HAL
should show multiple lines of output. If you only get one line, then hal is not running and has likely crashed for some reason (most likely my incompetence as a programmer
If you're running on the core and through the test above you determine that HAL is not running. Please do the following:
Edit /etc/pluto.conf and add ",34,35" to the LogLevels= variable.
Reload the DCERouter.
/usr/pluto/bin/HAL -d 16 -r localhost | tee out.txt
If you didn't see HAL running earlier then I expect this might crash.
If it crashes... and only if it crashes please pastebin the output file 'out.txt' by running:
That will paste the complete output of the HAL daemon up until the possible crash and likely point me directly to the problem with extremely specific information
Thanks for helping troubleshoot this one Mav! Seemingly un-related missing hard drives brought us back to the HAL daemon changes. I really (can't emphasize enough) REALLY appreciate the time you spent with me to figure out the problem!