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14 Jun 2019
Following the thread on the camera (internal) and trying to get mine working, I decided to install gemian-desktop-minimal. This led to needing to install gemian-modular-kernel. However, this installation fails with the following error:

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/var/lib/dpkg/info/gemian-modular-kernel:arm64.postinst: line 12: update-gemian-boot-image: command not found

I cannot seem to find any package that has the update-gemian-boot-image. I have just done an apt update but do not want to do an apt upgrade as I prefer updating as minimally as possible. I use my system every day and don't wan to break it.

Any suggestions?

Oh, I should add that I have stretch-backports enabled in apt as well, but only for one or two packages that I needed for work.
28 Jul 2018
Hello,

I'm using Debian on the Gemini but with stumpwm in lieu of lxqt. The nice thing about stumpwm is that it is completely keyboard driven and doesn't waste screen space on frivolous things like icons etc. :-)

I have
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xset s 60
so that my screen blanks after 60 seconds. I don't use a lock screen. When I hit the ESC key to re-awaken the screen, whatever handles this re-awakening resets a number of aspects related to display, including setting the brightness to max, and to the keyboard, such as undoing setting sticky keys. Sticky keys make using the system hand-held much easier. A bit annoying having to reconfigure display and keyboard every time after waking up the system.

My question is simple: where can I find the configuration, if any, for what happens when the power on button is pressed? Some extracts from journalctl:

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Jul 28 00:27:45 gemini kernel: kpd: Power Key generate, pressed=1
Jul 28 00:27:45 gemini kernel: kpd: kpd: (pressed) HW keycode =116 using PMIC
Jul 28 00:27:45 gemini kernel: (pressed) HW keycode powerkey
Jul 28 00:27:45 gemini kernel: [EXTD-HDMI]:hdmi_power_enable
Jul 28 00:27:45 gemini kernel: [EXTD-HDMI]:return in 1080
Jul 28 00:27:45 gemini kernel: DISP/MTKFB [FB Driver] enter late_resume
Jul 28 00:27:46 gemini kernel: ====wys===lcm_poweron=start====
Jul 28 00:27:46 gemini kernel: ====wys===lcm_poweron==end====
Jul 28 00:27:46 gemini kernel: kpd: Power Key generate, pressed=0
Jul 28 00:27:46 gemini kernel: kpd: kpd: (released) HW keycode =116 using PMIC
Jul 28 00:27:46 gemini kernel: ====wys===lcm_resume==end====
Jul 28 00:27:46 gemini kernel: DISP/MTKFB [FB Driver] leave late_resume
Jul 28 00:27:46 gemini kernel: [VcoreFS]SCREEN ON
Jul 28 00:27:46 gemini kernel: [PWM] backlight is on (825), ddp_pwm power:(1)


thanks,
eric

PS - anybody have any idea if it is possible to reduce the amount of logging this system does? If you do
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journalctl -fa
the ream of output is incredible and unlike any other Debian system I have ever used!
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