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Re: rc.d/{powerd,envsys}

Yeah, this makes sense. We shouldn't start powerd to process sensor events until after the sensors themselves are properly initialized. And, as you've seen on your machine, we can't always trust the BIOS to "properly" initialize things. :)

On Thu, 18 Feb 2016, Edgar Fuß wrote:

I have a case where the default limits on a sensor (probably set by the BIOS)
are wrong and are prone to cause an immediate shutdown of the machine when
powerd is run.
I can correct the values in envsys.conf. However, upon startup, powerd
may have been started before rc.d/envsys is run.
So I suggest that rc.d/envsys should get an additional
	# BEFORE: powerd


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