Re: [Qtmoko] v23 doesn't recognize when headphone gets plugged in

2010-05-20 Thread gt
Answering myself after getting an answer from radekp by irc:

On Wed, May 19, 2010 at 10:51:13AM +0200, g...@ergoarte.ch wrote:
 I found that qtmoko [v23] doesn't recognize when I plug in the
 headphones: sound comes from the headphones as well as the speakers.
 The scenario-files seem to be oke (a diff gsmhandset.state and
 gsmheadset.state shows the volumes that should be changed).
 Is this a known problem?

It is a known problem, for kernel 2.6.32 it is unknown how to use the
trigger event. Workaround: manually switch using these commands:

# for headset sound
alsactl -f /usr/share/openmoko/scenarios/headset.state restore
# for speakersound
alsactl -f /usr/share/openmoko/scenarios/stereoout.state restore

Of course this means that the phone rings via the headset only.

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ringtone volume, intone boost, no alsa files

2010-05-20 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Hi folks,
I also missed some calls because of a too low ringtone.

Keeping Intone running seems to work, but then my FR can't go in sleep 
mode (and it's good : I forbade it with fsoraw because I didn't want my 
phone to go in sleep mode while listening some music)

Any idea to raise ringtone volume ?
Maybe modifying stereout.alsa ?

BTW I cannot find any .alsa files on my SHR-U (updated a few days ago)


Thanks for any help,
Xavier.



On 01/11/2009 12:45, Laszlo KREKACS wrote:
 Hi!

 I was always wondering why I miss sometimes phonecalls.
 Then today, I discovered, that when intone is running, and
 I level up the volume, the phone ringing is much more
 louder when intone is not running.

 I tried to level up the volume through fso-simplemixer.py,
 but even at '101' percent, is not as much loud as with intone
 running.

 If I launch intone while the phone is ringing, then the ringing
 become louder, and if I quit then it get quiter.

 What is really stranger, that intone set the volume through amixer:
 src/dbus-stuff.c:100

 sprintf(cmd, amixer -c 0 set PCM %d%s, vol, \%\n);


 And in my /usr/share/shr/scenarii/stereout.state file,
   the PCM value is already at maximum(255):
 control.1 {
  comment.access 'read write'
  comment.type INTEGER
  comment.count 2
  comment.range '0 - 255'
  iface MIXER
  name 'PCM Volume'
  value.0 255
  value.1 255
 }


 What I miss? Any idea?

 Best regards,
   Laszlo

 ps: since I discovered this, intone is always running.



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Re: ringtone volume, intone boost, no alsa files

2010-05-20 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Forgot to add : changing volume from 0 to 100 in shr-settings/profile 
seems to do nothing :/


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Re: Again: Python Error No module named Tkinter

2010-05-20 Thread sferic

Thanks for the hint.

I have looked at tk_8.5 and above all at listbox.tcl and text.tcl. Both
files contain the section MouseWheel (from line 178 in listbox.tcl and from
line 446 in text.tcl). These sections in tk_8.4 caused the error messages in
idle (before I commented out the lines). I therefore believe that the newer
version of tk does not work (without having tried it).

In the meantime I have tested idle. And I've found that I can't use the
menus with the stylus on the touchscreen. I can select menu items, but I
can't execute the commands. This is possible only through the keyboard
shortcuts when they are defined for the menu items. I therefore believe that
the MouseWheel-sections have to be replaced by something like
touchscreen-action. Who can do such a thing? I can't do this, because I
can't program ... 

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Re: ringtone volume, intone boost, no alsa files

2010-05-20 Thread Al Johnson
On Thursday 20 May 2010, Xavier Cremaschi wrote:
 BTW I cannot find any .alsa files on my SHR-U (updated a few days ago)

They used to be .state files, but lost that extension when the format changed 
and the files were moved. I don't think they've ever been .alsa though. Due to 
upgrades, changing locations and a change of name for the package containing 
the files I've ended up with them in more than one place, and i'm not sure 
what the correct one is at the moment. This should find it for you though.

find / -name stereoout

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Re: ringtone volume, intone boost, no alsa files

2010-05-20 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Le 20/05/2010 10:17, Al Johnson a écrit :
 On Thursday 20 May 2010, Xavier Cremaschi wrote:
 BTW I cannot find any .alsa files on my SHR-U (updated a few days ago)
 
 They used to be .state files, but lost that extension when the format changed 
 and the files were moved. I don't think they've ever been .alsa though. 
My bad, .state of course.


Due to
 upgrades, changing locations and a change of name for the package containing 
 the files I've ended up with them in more than one place, and i'm not sure 
 what the correct one is at the moment. This should find it for you though.
 
 find / -name stereoout

Indeed.

/etc/freesmartphone/conf/openmoko_gta/alsa-2.6.29/stereoout
/etc/freesmartphone/conf/openmoko_gta/alsa-2.6.31/stereoout
/etc/freesmartphone/conf/htc_qualcomm_dream/alsa-default/stereoout

I presume the first one is the good one, because it's not a HTC and
kernel is 2.6.29

Thanks!


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Re: Qtextended.org will be shutdown.

2010-05-20 Thread Thomas HOCEDEZ
Le 20/05/2010 05:49, lorn.pot...@nokia.com a écrit :
 Sad to say, http://qtextended.org will be shutting down permanently.

 This web site will be disappearing into the history of the web archive.

 In a matter of 3 weeks or so, we will be dusting off the cobwebs from the
 power buttons and all the content and files will be deleted from this web
 site, and will no longer be accessible from here.
 The files will be available for download until then.

 I was originally hired at Trolltech as Qtopia Community Liaison/Manager to
 (among other things) develop and run this web site in 2003, so this comes to
 me with a bit of a heavy heart.

 Back then, the Sharp Zaurus was king, and Opie was the communities
 effort/fork of Qtopia.

 A lot of changes have taken place since that time. Nokia bought Trolltech in
 2008, and discontinued work on Qtopia/Qt Extended. Since then, Qt has taken
 over Nokia, the worlds largest provider of mobile phones.

 The Openmoko community has keep up maintenance of Qtopia, for which I am
 thankful (it's still the best open source gui for the Neo)

 Thankfully, I am still a troll and working with the most awesome cross
 platform framework. Once a troll, always a troll, someone has said.

 and as a famous Australian once said, such is life...


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Actually, sad to read ! Hope someone will host a mirror of this site.
Is it possible ?


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Re: ringtone volume, intone boost, no alsa files

2010-05-20 Thread Klaus 'mrmoku' Kurzmann
Am Donnerstag, 20. Mai 2010 08:57:51 schrieb Xavier Cremaschi:
 Forgot to add : changing volume from 0 to 100 in shr-settings/profile
 seems to do nothing :/

Setting ringtone volume via phone profiles did never work.

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Re: [Qtmoko] v23 doesn't recognize when headphone gets plugged in

2010-05-20 Thread Timo Juhani Lindfors
g...@ergoarte.ch writes:
 It is a known problem, for kernel 2.6.32 it is unknown how to use the

Can you please report this to bugs.openmoko.org? This is the first
time I hear about it.


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Re: Qtextended.org will be shutdown.

2010-05-20 Thread Michael Smith
On Thu, 20 May 2010 11:56:36 +0200
Thomas HOCEDEZ thomas.hoce...@free.fr wrote:

 Actually, sad to read ! Hope someone will host a mirror of this site.
 Is it possible ?

I don't use the QT distros. Is this site important to the community?
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Re: Qtextended.org will be shutdown.

2010-05-20 Thread Michael Smith
On Thu, 20 May 2010 05:49:06 +0200
lorn.pot...@nokia.com wrote:

 Sad to say, http://qtextended.org will be shutting down permanently.
 
 This web site will be disappearing into the history of the web archive.

Is the domain name available?
What software does the site use?
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Re: [Shr-User] [ANNOUNCE] eStarDict

2010-05-20 Thread David Garabana Barro
On Thursday 25 March 2010 08:43:49 Vaudano Luca wrote:
 Hi!

Hi, Vaudano

 I released the second version of eStarDict.

I'm using your program almost daily, it's one of the most useful programs for 
FR. :)

I'm wondering if it would be possible to support sdictionary format. There are 
a lot of free dictionaries in that format. Babiloo could load them, but not 
estardict

Thanks a lot for your useful software!


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Geeksphone one has realeased the source code of the kernel

2010-05-20 Thread David Reyes Samblas Martinez
Yeah it has taken more than expected, there is no schematics avaible
(yet) but is a start to try to port all openmoko software knowledge to
another hardware platform
http://forum.geeksphone.com/index.php/topic,891.0.html
all hardcore kernel hackers out there that can take a look and see if
it's posible to do something will be wellcome

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Re: Geeksphone one has realeased the source code of the kernel

2010-05-20 Thread Olivier Migeot
On Thu, May 20, 2010 at 3:23 PM, David Reyes Samblas Martinez
da...@tuxbrain.com wrote:
 Yeah it has taken more than expected, there is no schematics avaible
 (yet) but is a start to try to port all openmoko software knowledge to
 another hardware platform
 http://forum.geeksphone.com/index.php/topic,891.0.html
 all hardcore kernel hackers out there that can take a look and see if
 it's posible to do something will be wellcome

Great news.

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Re: [qtmoko] using qtmoko as an USB Mass storage device

2010-05-20 Thread Tomas Nackaerts
Op maandag 17 mei 2010 06:28:26 schreef Radek Polak:

 If somebody brings up good reason why USB mass storage is needed i will
 make it possible as default in QtMoko.

I recently bought a car radio player with a usb port and my idea was to attach 
my neo to it, and use the micro sd as storage for my music. the extra side 
effect would be that my freerunner would get charged and it can be used as a 
gps-device at the same time.
I tried to use the car radio just as a charger, but it seems it doesn't charge 
correctly. Probably it cannot supply 500mA.
I will investigate further when i find some time to waste.

i hope this is a good reason for you :-)

(but it will probably never work anyway so please dont waste time on this :-)

regards,

Toams

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[QtMoko] adding agps support

2010-05-20 Thread Tomas Nackaerts
Hello,

SHR, and probably others too, have agps enabled by default. So i think it 
should be fairly easy to add this. I did a little research and it seems like 
all we have to do is to save the latest GPS data to a file when the GPS is shut 
down and feed this data back to the GPS when starting GPS next time.

after a little more research i found:
/opt/qtmoko/bin/gps-poweron.sh and
/opt/qtmoko/bin/gps-poweroff.sh
maybe we can adjust these files? or add agps support at
~/qtmoko/devices/neo/src/plugins/whereabouts/neo/neogpsplugin.cpp

unfortunately my hacking skills are not good enough for doing this myself.

I hope somebody can implement this, or at least provide me some more 
information so i can try to implement this myself.

Kind regards,

Toams

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Re: Openmoko Beagle Hybrid

2010-05-20 Thread Martijn van Dongen
Hi,
First of all: nice project, could be a nice follow up for the freerunner.

I have been looking at the discussions a little bit. Main discussion is how
to make a new casing that fits around the beagle board, how to produce and
what it costs.
I haven't seen a discussion about redesign of the board, the design files
(schematics in Orcad) are available, so you can downsize the connectors used
and fit it in an existing casing. I have a price of a PCB (without parts) at
low volumes (50 pieces) at less than €15.
Assembly of low quantitiy boards will be very expensive (make it double the
components price), so a DIY project for assembly of the boards will make the
PCB fit for a reasonable price.

Regards,
Martijn


2010/5/11 Dr. H. Nikolaus Schaller h...@computer.org

 There is now a new Wiki page for the project:

http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Openmoko_Beagle_Hybrid

 I have received some questions why we did not put all this into a nice
 design. The main reason is that we can't redesign the Beagleboard (it
 has fixed dimensions) and we can't afford to build plastic injection
 moulds (if someone has an idea how to reduce cost this is very
 welcome). So the easiest solution was to combine what we have: a given
 Beagleboard and the Freerunner case.

 Other questions were what one could do with this. Here some ideas (not
 assuming it is complete - you may have more and it is a platform for
 your creativity):

• experimenting with touchscreen and new user interfaces on
 Beagleboard
• learn how the OMAP3530 CPU works
• make it a truly open mobile application development platform by
 adding a battery pack and a UMTS usb stick
• investigate how an Openmoko with UMTS and OMAP3530 feels (not from
 haptics but screen operation and UMTS speed)
• porting SHR, QtMoko, Android, etc. to ARM-Cortex A8

 And here some feature list:

• PCB that fits into Freerunner case (top cover and middle part
 after
 cutting a hole)
• works also without such a case (except speakers and earset)
• Toppoly LCM interface (same display as used in the Freerunner -
 otherwise it would not fit into the case)
• TSC2007 touch screen controller
• Microphone
• Earset and Speaker connector (for those sitting in the Freerunner
 case)
• 2 buttons (AUX and Power)
• 2 dual color LEDs (in the AUX and Power buttons)
• vibracall driver
• headset jack to connect microphone, earset and speaker

 For the software, we have to rearrange the code on our server a little
 and then it will be made public.

 Finally, here you can do preorders:

http://www.handheld-linux.com/wiki.php?page=Openmoko%20Beagle

 Nikolaus
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Re: [QtMoko] adding agps support

2010-05-20 Thread Risto H. Kurppa
On Thu, May 20, 2010 at 8:44 PM, Tomas Nackaerts
tomas.nackae...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hello,

 SHR, and probably others too, have agps enabled by default. So i think it
 should be fairly easy to add this. I did a little research and it seems like
 all we have to do is to save the latest GPS data to a file when the GPS is 
 shut
 down and feed this data back to the GPS when starting GPS next time.

 after a little more research i found:
 /opt/qtmoko/bin/gps-poweron.sh and
 /opt/qtmoko/bin/gps-poweroff.sh
 maybe we can adjust these files? or add agps support at
 ~/qtmoko/devices/neo/src/plugins/whereabouts/neo/neogpsplugin.cpp

 unfortunately my hacking skills are not good enough for doing this myself.

 I hope somebody can implement this, or at least provide me some more
 information so i can try to implement this myself.

This sounds interesting  would be great to have.

I think gps-poweron.sh and off.sh are not used any more but 'omtools'
or 'omhacks' or whatever that basically lets you do magic with
om gps on
or something like that.. Someone will very likely correct me soon :)

That's all I can say.

You can also join #qtmoko IRC channel to discuss real-time


r




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Re: Geeksphone one has realeased the source code of the kernel

2010-05-20 Thread HouYu Li
Is it possible to ship to China?

On Thu, May 20, 2010 at 9:54 PM, Olivier Migeot larry...@gmail.com wrote:

 On Thu, May 20, 2010 at 3:23 PM, David Reyes Samblas Martinez
 da...@tuxbrain.com wrote:
  Yeah it has taken more than expected, there is no schematics avaible
  (yet) but is a start to try to port all openmoko software knowledge to
  another hardware platform
  http://forum.geeksphone.com/index.php/topic,891.0.html
  all hardcore kernel hackers out there that can take a look and see if
  it's posible to do something will be wellcome

 Great news.

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8 Gigabyte Sandisk MicroSDHC Incompatibility

2010-05-20 Thread Vencabot Teppoo

Hello, community! This is my first time joining a mailing list, so excuse me if 
my netiquette leaves anything to be desired, and let me know.

A couple of weeks ago, I purchased an 8 gig Sandisk microsd card for my Neo 
Freerunner since it seems like Sandisk has a good track record of compatibility 
according to the wiki. Sadly, after finally getting it installed and having the 
time to experiment with it, it seems like its incompatible; when I run fdisk on 
it, fdisk completes without error, but the new partitions don't show up in /dev 
until I reboot the Freerunner. After that, I can mkfs, also without error, but 
checking the filesystem afterward yields that the filesystem is corrupt, and it 
remains corrupt despite fixing it (without error). Rebooting doesn't help in 
this case.

I've been using Linux exclusively for five years now, but please excuse me for 
not being very familiar with changing module options and what-not. My question 
is this: it seems like, in some areas of the wiki, users suggest changing glamo 
options for microsd to improve compatibility. I've tried the ones that I've 
read, and none seem to have had any appreciable affect. Is there a list 
somewhere that describes what-all these options are? Are there more things that 
I could try before giving up on this card?

My bootloader is the most recent version of Qi, and the system that I have in 
NAND is the most recent version of QtMoko. As far as I can tell, dmesg doesn't 
report any write errors or any errors related to the microsd except when I try 
to mount and it complains that it doesn't have a valid EXT3 filesystem.

Thank you in advance for your help, and I'm sorry if this message should 
instead be posted on a technical support mailing list somewhere. If so, could 
anyone point me toward it?

-David

PS: Loving the Freerunner. I just wish that there was a more fool-proof way to 
hook it up with some more disk space.
  
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Re: [qtmoko] using qtmoko as an USB Mass storage device

2010-05-20 Thread Radek Polak
On Thursday 20 May 2010 18:49:47 Tomas Nackaerts wrote:

 i hope this is a good reason for you :-)

Yes, this would never occur to me. I agree it's good reason. I'll try to make 
USB mass storage working for next release.

Regards

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