Issue After Reboot

Steve Snyder swsnyder at
Fri Jan 6 00:36:02 GMT 2012

If you only have 1 EntropyKey in a given RHEL/CentOS 5.x system, it is 
easier not to fight the software and just use /dev/ttyACM0 as the devnode.

I've got a single EntropyKey on each of 2 CentOS 5.x systems and they 
work great once you take udev out of the picture.

On 01/05/2012 01:20 PM, Gang Gong Moy wrote:
> I received the entropy key recently and I've been generally impressed by
> it. One minor question that has come up is whether the USB driver fails
> to detect and connect to the device after a reboot.
> I'm using Centos 5.4. If I perform a reboot with the device attached to
> the computer, then it doesn't seem to work properly. The 'ekeydctl list'
> command shows nothing running after the reboot and "entropy_avail" is
> low. On the other hand, if I plug in the device after the boot up
> completes, everything works normally.
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