[Dextrose] Query regarding a UY ticket
anish at activitycentral.com
Mon May 7 09:46:18 EDT 2012
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On Mon 07 May 2012 07:04:12 PM IST, Ajay Garg wrote:
> Update ::
> Esteban says,
> On unlocked systems, the mesh-icons are not shown (EXPECTED BEHAVIOUR).
> On locked systems, the mesh-icons are shown (UNEXPECTED BEHAVIOUR. The
> effect should be same, irrespective of the lockedness of the image).
> So, is there a way, so that the image may be locked/unlocked on an
> adhoc basis, that may aid easy debugging?
> On Mon, May 7, 2012 at 6:33 PM, Ajay Garg <ajay at activitycentral.com
> <mailto:ajay at activitycentral.com>> wrote:
> Hi all.
> The ticket reference is
> Herein, Esteban says that no mesh-icons are shown, if the security
> is disabled. However, if security is enabled, the mesh-icons are
> Anyone any ideas, what security he may be talking about; and why
> is it necessary?
> Thanks and Regards,
> Dextrose mailing list
> Dextrose at lists.sugarlabs.org
There are two types of images:
and similarly laptops are:
* Locked (with a valid lease.sig)
On locked laptops, only signed images may be flashed (by pressing the 4
gamepad keys while boot)
On unlocked laptops, both types of images may be uploaded.
It is not easy to 'toggle' signed/unsigned images.
It is easy to toggle the locked/unlocked nature:
* Make sure that the laptop is not permanently unlocked, following which
* You'll need the develop.sig in the /security folder (to have the
So please clear whether its a problem with locked/unlocked laptops or
signed/unsigned images, both of which are quite strange behaviors.
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