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From: Arne Lie <Arne.L<ie@si...> - 2013-01-25 08:56:58
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Andreas Müller [mailto:schnitzeltony@...]
> Sent: 18. januar 2013 19:12
> To: General mailing list for gumstix users.
> Subject: Re: [Gumstix-users] Frustrated findings from running Yocto/Denzil
> on Gumstix/Overo
> To enable/disable
> systemctl disable foo.service
> should help. See man systemctl.
> The available service files should be found at /lib/systemd/system.
> See man systemd.unit.
> Hope it helps a bit
Andreas, thanks for the information! I finally concluded that my jumpnow-console-image from Monday did not create a healthy system: systemctl disable foo.service did not alter my bootup for any service. Also, the build was missing a lot of applications, like cpufreq-set, and a lot of linux binaries used busybox variants that are far from as powerful, e.g., ps command. Instead I downloaded Sakoman ready binaries from http://feeds.sakoman.com/feeds/yocto-1.3/images/ which is also newer (Linux 3.6, I guess it is from "danny" branch, not "denzil"). Now I got a healthy system where I can fine tune by disabling services with systemctl. Using a Sandisc SD card, I can now boot in about 12 seconds, but I find power consumption still a bit high, though (about 230 mA).