Hi Johannes, On 23 June 2011 12:24, Johannes Schauer <j.scha...@email.de> wrote: > Hi, > > On Thu, Dec 16, 2010 at 01:53:59PM +0000, Neil Jerram wrote: >> I thought this worth mentioning just in case others are doing similar >> things: I'm experimenting with the stack mentioned in the Subject, on >> my debian install, to see what kind of UI it gives, and how stable the >> telephony is. > Can you elaborate on how you approached that issue so that others can > reproduce your findings?
Unfortunately I no longer have the details to refer to. But as far as I recall, it was something like... - Install oFono. It was 0.36 at the time, and it looks like that's still the latest in Debian, even though I believe upstream has had several releases since that. - Start ofonod, then play with test scripts like `list-modems' and `enable-modem'. - Discover that nothing happens because calypso hasn't been detected. I wrote a patch to fix that, and sent it to the oFono guys. AFAIK that is in the upstream code now, so a more recent oFono release should detect calypso out of the box. - `list-modems' and `enable-modem' now work. - Install telepathy-ring and empathy, and see what happens - and I wrote about that earlier (but a long time ago) in this same thread. Does that help? Please feel free to ask more detailed questions, and I'll do my best! Regards, Neil _______________________________________________ Openmoko community mailing list email@example.com http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community