On Monday 18 January 2010 17:13:42 David Garabana Barro wrote: > On Monday 18 January 2010 16:52:11 Helge Hafting wrote: > > Installed the kernel, and the modules. > > > > It did not work. Well, X came up and was nice and snappy, but > > the phone never connected to the GSM network. I tried shr-settings, > > and GSM could not be turned on! > > > > I tried booting several times, I tried restarting various fso daemons > > that seemed phone-related. > > > > Nothing helped. In the end, I flashed the latest shr-unstable kernel, > > booted, and got a GSM connection just fine. (I use shr-unstable of > > today.) > > > > Too bad this kernel didn't work, it seemed very interesting. > > I don't know what is causing gsm to not register, but it's not kernel, for > sure. > > Sometimes it registers for me and sometimes it doesn't, with both standard > shr kernel and stripped kernel. > It seems registration is more frequent with standard kernel. > Might it be for worse performance? (some daemon which starts before another > one with stripped kernel, for example) > > For me, it seems if you let FR boot with no iteration, it almost never > register. If you do things (f.e. open an applicaiotn) just when illume > desktop appears on display, it's more probable to obtain a registration. > > Just my experience...
And sometimes, but only sometimes, when not registered on boot, I can force registration simply by rebooting libphoneui from shr-settings Sometimes it doesn't matter what daemon you reboot. It doesn't register :(
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