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KMill10
Valued Contributor II
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How can I stop clloader?

Hi everyone.

I'm working on using Edison as an embedded controller in a custom board for a corporate client of mine.

I do not need any Arduino compatibility or sketches - everything is done native in lInux.

I would like to kill off anything that's not needed, such as clloader but I think I am missing a step somewhere.

At the command prompt I do this (as root):

systemctl disable clloader.service

systemctl stop clloader.service

And sure enough the clloader process goes away, but it comes back at the next reboot.

Looks to me like some other process is starting it. Possibly launcher.sh?

Whats the correct way to just get rid of Arduino sketch compatibility completely?

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MAski
Beginner
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See

KMill10
Valued Contributor II
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I saw that thread, but like I said above, that only lasts until a reboot and then clloader comes back.

I think something else is checking to see if clloader has been stopped, and restarting it.

idata
Community Manager
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Hello SpiderKenny,

 

 

Thanks for reaching out!

 

 

Have you tried removing the clloader package? In case you haven't I suggest you to do so, you can remove it with the command opkg remove clloader.

 

 

Let me know if that helps.

 

-Peter.
KMill10
Valued Contributor II
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Thanks Peter - that worked a treat.

idata
Community Manager
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Hi SpiderKenny,

 

 

I'm glad to be of help! If you have any other doubts, please don't hesitate to contact us back.

 

 

-Peter.
IIstv
New Contributor I
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Hi SpiderKenny,

systemctl disable clloader.service

systemctl stop clloader.service

systemctl disable sketch_reset.service

systemctl stop sketch_reset.service

Istvan

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