Re: A little zenity-gui for flashing images to the neo

2008-09-08 Thread Dale Maggee

Charles Pax wrote:

On Sun, Sep 7, 2008 at 6:34 PM, Joel Newkirk [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  

Sounds like you did a cut'n'paste from email.  The problem is that long
lines are wrapped, which breaks programs/scripts.  There's at least three
places in the script that suffer from word-wrap, including several lines
that start at line 66.




Yup, did a cut n' paste. I tried the attachment and it worked just fine.
Maybe a future version can offer to fetch dfu-util. Thanks for the help.

-Charles
  

Nice suggestion! Done!

-Dale
#!/bin/bash
# dfu-util Image-Flashing Gui 0.2

function check_dfu {

if [ ! -x $dfutils_path ]; then
#look in current folder...
if [ -x './dfu-util' ]; then
dfutils_path='./dfu-util'
else
zenity --question --text The dfu utility could not be 
found at $dfutils_path, or is not exceutable. Do you want to automagically 
download it from downloads.openmoko.org?
if [ $? = 0 ]; then
rm ./dfu-util  /dev/null
wget 
http://downloads.openmoko.org/daily/dfu-util
chmod a+x ./dfu-util /dev/null
dfutils_path='./dfu-util'
else
dfutils_path=$(zenity --file-selection 
--title=Locate the dfu-util executable: --filename=$dfutils_path)
fi

if [ -z $dfutils_path ]; then
echo Cancelled!
exit
fi
#check selection...
check_dfu
fi
fi
}

function perform_flash {
# $1 - what we're flashing (for display)
# $2 - dfu-params
# $3 - file to flash

echo
echo *** Flashing $1 with $3 ...
echo

$dfutils_path $2 $3 2 $tmp_error_log_path
# add the following line to the previous line to get back the zenity 
progress dialog:
# | zenity --progress --pulsate --percentage=0 --title Flashing in 
progress.. --auto-close

if [ ${PIPESTATUS[0]} != 0 ];then
zenity --error --text Some error occured while flashing 
$1.\n\nError message:\n`cat $tmp_error_log_path`
exit
else
#sleep to allow dfu to reset...
sleep 2
fi
}

dfutils_path='/usr/local/bin/dfu-util'

check_dfu

tmp_error_log_path='/tmp/flash-error-log'

ans=$(zenity  --list --text What do you wanna flash? --title dfu-util gui 
--checklist --column Pick --column Option TRUE Root-Filesystem TRUE Kernel 
FALSE Bootloader)

if [ -z $ans ]; then
#handle cancel / no selection...
echo Nothing to do!
exit
fi

txt=The flashing will now start.\n\nMake sure your Neo is connected to the 
USB-Device and booted into the Nor (for kernel and rootfs) or Nand (for u-boot) 
screen before proceeding.\nRemember that flashing a large image like a rootfs 
will take some time so don't abort it.\n\n

if [ -n `echo $ans | grep Root-Filesystem` ];then
du_param_r='-a rootfs -R -D'
rootfs=True
img_file_r=$(zenity --file-selection --title=Select an image-file for 
the ROOTFS:)
if [ $img_file_r =  ]; then
echo Cancelled!
exit
fi
txt=$txt - Flashing rootfs with $img_file_r \n\n
fi

if [ -n `echo $ans | grep Kernel` ];then
du_param_k='-a kernel -R -D'
kernel=True
img_file_k=$(zenity --file-selection --title=Select an image-file for 
the KERNEL:)
if [ $img_file_k =  ]; then
echo Cancelled!
exit
fi
txt=$txt - Flashing kernel with $img_file_k \n\n
fi

if [ -n ` echo $ans | grep Bootloader` ];then
du_param_u='-a u-boot -R -D'
uboot=True
img_file_u=$(zenity --file-selection --title=Select an image-file for 
UBOOT:)
if [ $img_file_u =  ]; then
echo Cancelled!
exit
fi
txt=$txt - Flashing uboot with $img_file_u \n\n
fi

touch $tmp_error_log_path

zenity --info --text $txt

if [ $rootfs = True ]; then
perform_flash rootfs $du_param_r $img_file_r
fi

if [ $kernel = True ]; then
perform_flash kernel $du_param_k $img_file_k
fi

if [ $uboot = True ]; then
perform_flash uboot $du_param_u $img_file_u
fi

rm $tmp_error_log_path
exit 0

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Re: Why qtopia uses framebuffer and ASU can't?

2008-09-08 Thread prishelec
Raster, thank you for explanation!
If I get it right there is no difference in speed between qtopia and
other distros related to graphics.
And just for education - what 'misnoma' means?

On 9/8/08, The Rasterman Carsten Haitzler [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 On Sun, 7 Sep 2008 20:45:45 -0400 Yaroslav Halchenko
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] babbled:


  for example. lets say i spend 1 second to write data to video ram - that
  is
  1 second i CANNOT spend on anything else. the glamo limits write rates
  to
  about

 so why then during boot of X in ASU (2008.8) those precious cycles are
 spent on a 'box animation'? uff

 because 1. users need to know the device is alive at all and not just hung -
 so
 something needs to change on the screen. otherwise for a long time the
 screen
 is hung. and 2. that is just following in design from the existing design
 for
 the booting screen. as e has no idea how far along it is in init until it is
 told i'm done - it can just display some form of status. a bouncing box
 follows an existing notion of that means its busy but doesnt know how long
 to
 go from the windows boot as well as splash from psplash/ubuntu, and gtk and
 other widget sets uses this as an indicator of just that.

 you are free to modify the theme though. i personally would have gone for
 something different - but that's a question of taste and preferences. it
 also
 wont help the boot THAT much. you want to find the BIG gains - not the small
 ones. it consumes maybe about 20-25% (combine enlightenment_init and xglamo)
 for the animation. so yes - u'd speed it up by a bit - but not immensely
 (not
 double or triple which is what u really want).


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Re: A little zenity-gui for flashing images to the neo

2008-09-08 Thread Daniel Hedblom
Nice work,

I used the dfu-util from debian Lenny that gets installed in /usr/bin
instead of /usr/local/bin. Anyone that has a nice way of checking the
users paths for a specific app?

//danielh

2008/9/8 Dale Maggee [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 Charles Pax wrote:

 On Sun, Sep 7, 2008 at 6:34 PM, Joel Newkirk [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 wrote:



 Sounds like you did a cut'n'paste from email.  The problem is that long
 lines are wrapped, which breaks programs/scripts.  There's at least three
 places in the script that suffer from word-wrap, including several lines
 that start at line 66.



 Yup, did a cut n' paste. I tried the attachment and it worked just fine.
 Maybe a future version can offer to fetch dfu-util. Thanks for the help.

 -Charles


 Nice suggestion! Done!

 -Dale

 #!/bin/bash
 # dfu-util Image-Flashing Gui 0.2

 function check_dfu {

if [ ! -x $dfutils_path ]; then
#look in current folder...
if [ -x './dfu-util' ]; then
dfutils_path='./dfu-util'
else
zenity --question --text The dfu utility could not
 be found at $dfutils_path, or is not exceutable. Do you want to
 automagically download it from downloads.openmoko.org?
if [ $? = 0 ]; then
rm ./dfu-util  /dev/null
wget
 http://downloads.openmoko.org/daily/dfu-util
chmod a+x ./dfu-util /dev/null
dfutils_path='./dfu-util'
else
dfutils_path=$(zenity --file-selection
 --title=Locate the dfu-util executable: --filename=$dfutils_path)
fi

if [ -z $dfutils_path ]; then
echo Cancelled!
exit
fi
#check selection...
check_dfu
fi
fi
 }

 function perform_flash {
# $1 - what we're flashing (for display)
# $2 - dfu-params
# $3 - file to flash

echo
echo *** Flashing $1 with $3 ...
echo

$dfutils_path $2 $3 2 $tmp_error_log_path
# add the following line to the previous line to get back the zenity
 progress dialog:
# | zenity --progress --pulsate --percentage=0 --title Flashing in
 progress.. --auto-close

if [ ${PIPESTATUS[0]} != 0 ];then
zenity --error --text Some error occured while flashing
 $1.\n\nError message:\n`cat $tmp_error_log_path`
exit
else
#sleep to allow dfu to reset...
sleep 2
fi
 }

 dfutils_path='/usr/local/bin/dfu-util'

 check_dfu

 tmp_error_log_path='/tmp/flash-error-log'

 ans=$(zenity  --list --text What do you wanna flash? --title dfu-util
 gui --checklist --column Pick --column Option TRUE Root-Filesystem TRUE
 Kernel FALSE Bootloader)

 if [ -z $ans ]; then
#handle cancel / no selection...
echo Nothing to do!
exit
 fi

 txt=The flashing will now start.\n\nMake sure your Neo is connected to the
 USB-Device and booted into the Nor (for kernel and rootfs) or Nand (for
 u-boot) screen before proceeding.\nRemember that flashing a large image like
 a rootfs will take some time so don't abort it.\n\n

 if [ -n `echo $ans | grep Root-Filesystem` ];then
du_param_r='-a rootfs -R -D'
rootfs=True
img_file_r=$(zenity --file-selection --title=Select an image-file
 for the ROOTFS:)
if [ $img_file_r =  ]; then
echo Cancelled!
exit
fi
txt=$txt - Flashing rootfs with $img_file_r \n\n
 fi

 if [ -n `echo $ans | grep Kernel` ];then
du_param_k='-a kernel -R -D'
kernel=True
img_file_k=$(zenity --file-selection --title=Select an image-file
 for the KERNEL:)
if [ $img_file_k =  ]; then
echo Cancelled!
exit
fi
txt=$txt - Flashing kernel with $img_file_k \n\n
 fi

 if [ -n ` echo $ans | grep Bootloader` ];then
du_param_u='-a u-boot -R -D'
uboot=True
img_file_u=$(zenity --file-selection --title=Select an image-file
 for UBOOT:)
if [ $img_file_u =  ]; then
echo Cancelled!
exit
fi
txt=$txt - Flashing uboot with $img_file_u \n\n
 fi

 touch $tmp_error_log_path

 zenity --info --text $txt

 if [ $rootfs = True ]; then
perform_flash rootfs $du_param_r $img_file_r
 fi

 if [ $kernel = True ]; then
perform_flash kernel $du_param_k $img_file_k
 fi

 if [ $uboot = True ]; then
perform_flash uboot $du_param_u $img_file_u
 fi

 rm $tmp_error_log_path
 exit 0


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Re: A little zenity-gui for flashing images to the neo

2008-09-08 Thread David Samblas
#which command_here 
will return the full path of the command.
example: 
#which which
/usr/bin/which  
El lun, 08-09-2008 a las 08:59 +0200, Daniel Hedblom escribió:
 Nice work,
 
 I used the dfu-util from debian Lenny that gets installed in /usr/bin
 instead of /usr/local/bin. Anyone that has a nice way of checking the
 users paths for a specific app?
 
 //danielh
 
 2008/9/8 Dale Maggee [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
  Charles Pax wrote:
 
  On Sun, Sep 7, 2008 at 6:34 PM, Joel Newkirk [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  wrote:
 
 
 
  Sounds like you did a cut'n'paste from email.  The problem is that long
  lines are wrapped, which breaks programs/scripts.  There's at least three
  places in the script that suffer from word-wrap, including several lines
  that start at line 66.
 
 
 
  Yup, did a cut n' paste. I tried the attachment and it worked just fine.
  Maybe a future version can offer to fetch dfu-util. Thanks for the help.
 
  -Charles
 
 
  Nice suggestion! Done!
 
  -Dale
 
  #!/bin/bash
  # dfu-util Image-Flashing Gui 0.2
 
  function check_dfu {
 
 if [ ! -x $dfutils_path ]; then
 #look in current folder...
 if [ -x './dfu-util' ]; then
 dfutils_path='./dfu-util'
 else
 zenity --question --text The dfu utility could not
  be found at $dfutils_path, or is not exceutable. Do you want to
  automagically download it from downloads.openmoko.org?
 if [ $? = 0 ]; then
 rm ./dfu-util  /dev/null
 wget
  http://downloads.openmoko.org/daily/dfu-util
 chmod a+x ./dfu-util /dev/null
 dfutils_path='./dfu-util'
 else
 dfutils_path=$(zenity --file-selection
  --title=Locate the dfu-util executable: --filename=$dfutils_path)
 fi
 
 if [ -z $dfutils_path ]; then
 echo Cancelled!
 exit
 fi
 #check selection...
 check_dfu
 fi
 fi
  }
 
  function perform_flash {
 # $1 - what we're flashing (for display)
 # $2 - dfu-params
 # $3 - file to flash
 
 echo
 echo *** Flashing $1 with $3 ...
 echo
 
 $dfutils_path $2 $3 2 $tmp_error_log_path
 # add the following line to the previous line to get back the zenity
  progress dialog:
 # | zenity --progress --pulsate --percentage=0 --title Flashing in
  progress.. --auto-close
 
 if [ ${PIPESTATUS[0]} != 0 ];then
 zenity --error --text Some error occured while flashing
  $1.\n\nError message:\n`cat $tmp_error_log_path`
 exit
 else
 #sleep to allow dfu to reset...
 sleep 2
 fi
  }
 
  dfutils_path='/usr/local/bin/dfu-util'
 
  check_dfu
 
  tmp_error_log_path='/tmp/flash-error-log'
 
  ans=$(zenity  --list --text What do you wanna flash? --title dfu-util
  gui --checklist --column Pick --column Option TRUE Root-Filesystem TRUE
  Kernel FALSE Bootloader)
 
  if [ -z $ans ]; then
 #handle cancel / no selection...
 echo Nothing to do!
 exit
  fi
 
  txt=The flashing will now start.\n\nMake sure your Neo is connected to the
  USB-Device and booted into the Nor (for kernel and rootfs) or Nand (for
  u-boot) screen before proceeding.\nRemember that flashing a large image like
  a rootfs will take some time so don't abort it.\n\n
 
  if [ -n `echo $ans | grep Root-Filesystem` ];then
 du_param_r='-a rootfs -R -D'
 rootfs=True
 img_file_r=$(zenity --file-selection --title=Select an image-file
  for the ROOTFS:)
 if [ $img_file_r =  ]; then
 echo Cancelled!
 exit
 fi
 txt=$txt - Flashing rootfs with $img_file_r \n\n
  fi
 
  if [ -n `echo $ans | grep Kernel` ];then
 du_param_k='-a kernel -R -D'
 kernel=True
 img_file_k=$(zenity --file-selection --title=Select an image-file
  for the KERNEL:)
 if [ $img_file_k =  ]; then
 echo Cancelled!
 exit
 fi
 txt=$txt - Flashing kernel with $img_file_k \n\n
  fi
 
  if [ -n ` echo $ans | grep Bootloader` ];then
 du_param_u='-a u-boot -R -D'
 uboot=True
 img_file_u=$(zenity --file-selection --title=Select an image-file
  for UBOOT:)
 if [ $img_file_u =  ]; then
 echo Cancelled!
 exit
 fi
 txt=$txt - Flashing uboot with $img_file_u \n\n
  fi
 
  touch $tmp_error_log_path
 
  zenity --info --text $txt
 
  if [ $rootfs = True ]; then
 perform_flash rootfs $du_param_r $img_file_r
  fi
 
  if [ $kernel = True ]; then
 perform_flash 

Re: No GSM 2008.08 testing

2008-09-08 Thread Erin Yueh
you can use 'opkg info' to checkout the dependency issues.

[EMAIL PROTECTED]:/etc/init.d# opkg info 
qtopia-phone-x11-phonevendor-ficgta01vendor

btw, where did you download/update the package? from here 
http://downloads.openmoko.org/repository/Om2008.8/? you may check the 
config files in /etc/opkg/ folder.

coz i have no problem at opkg.

[EMAIL PROTECTED]:/etc/init.d# opkg install 
qtopia-phone-x11-phonevendor-ficgta01vendor
Upgrading qtopia-phone-x11-phonevendor-ficgta01vendor on root from 
4.3.2+git411+9971aa8a69e31057b0f02af43b4c20333a77f13e-r39.1 to 
4.3.2+git417+23612e6f1af35a8602e9cf6e8390e40d0fb50b05-r39.1...
Downloading 
http://downloads.openmoko.org/repository/Om2008.8/om-gta02/qtopia-phone-x11-phonevendor-ficgta01vendor_4.3.2+git417+23612e6f1af35a8602e9cf6e8390e40d0fb50b05-r39.1_om-gta02.opk
Configuring qtopia-phone-x11-phonevendor-ficgta01vendor


Dylan Reilly wrote:
 I discovered the issue. Using the command logread I noticed that 
 libficgta01vendor.so was compiled for the wrong Qt version and failing 
 to load. That is, of course, bad. I had at one point messed around with 
 the package providing that library 
 (qtopia-phone-x11-phonevendor-ficgta01vendor) and for some reason 
 updates to it were failing to overwrite the old one. A force remove and 
 reninstall did the trick.
 
 The strange thing is that this happened *again* today after another 
 upgrade. Maybe there are some dependancy issues with this package?
 
 On Thu, Sep 4, 2008 at 5:05 AM, Erin Yueh [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
 mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
 Ilja O. wrote:
   I've received Freerunner and istalled testing daily build today.
  
   Same error here.
  
   Also, it's nice that no package depends on
   qtopia-phone-x11-composer-emailcomposer,
   qtopia-phone-x11-composer-genericcomposer,
   qtopia-phone-x11-composer-mmscomposer,
   qtopia-phone-x11-viewer-genericviewer,
   qtopia-phone-x11-viewer-smilviewer. At least not qtopia mail and
 dialer.
   It was truly linux-way quest to discover theese application
 (caller and
   mailer) need in those libraries.
  
  
  
 
  
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 did you update any package? or just flash with a testing daily build?
 this image
 
 'http://downloads.openmoko.org/daily/testing-om-gta02-20080904.rootfs.jffs2'?
 
 also, you can use ssh to Freerunner and type 'logread', it would display
 all log information. Try to find 'AT+COPS=0' command, and check what CME
 error code you get.
 
 Cheers,
 Erin
 
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Re: Why qtopia uses framebuffer and ASU can't?

2008-09-08 Thread The Rasterman
On Mon, 8 Sep 2008 06:49:39 + [EMAIL PROTECTED] babbled:

 Raster, thank you for explanation!
 If I get it right there is no difference in speed between qtopia and
 other distros related to graphics.
 And just for education - what 'misnoma' means?

as such they go through the same hardware - x is just a way to get to the
hardware. often x apps/toolkits are very bad at using it. the x11 port of
qtopia isnt great - its really raw and performance is poor. this is a qt
problem, not x11 problem. x11 gets blames so often for problems nothing to do
with x11 but entirely to do with the bad programming done using it and lack of
knowledge of x11 its internals or graphics hardware or routines. i am standing
up for x because it is blamed for stuff that have nothing to do with it.

oops. i mean misnomer. :) i am using misnomer for the fact that everyone runs
around going running in the framebuffer is so much faster taking fb drawing
as obviously faster and something desirable you must do for speed. so as such i
used it correctly - just misspelt.

 On 9/8/08, The Rasterman Carsten Haitzler [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  On Sun, 7 Sep 2008 20:45:45 -0400 Yaroslav Halchenko
  [EMAIL PROTECTED] babbled:
 
 
   for example. lets say i spend 1 second to write data to video ram - that
   is
   1 second i CANNOT spend on anything else. the glamo limits write rates
   to
   about
 
  so why then during boot of X in ASU (2008.8) those precious cycles are
  spent on a 'box animation'? uff
 
  because 1. users need to know the device is alive at all and not just hung -
  so
  something needs to change on the screen. otherwise for a long time the
  screen
  is hung. and 2. that is just following in design from the existing design
  for
  the booting screen. as e has no idea how far along it is in init until it is
  told i'm done - it can just display some form of status. a bouncing box
  follows an existing notion of that means its busy but doesnt know how long
  to
  go from the windows boot as well as splash from psplash/ubuntu, and gtk and
  other widget sets uses this as an indicator of just that.
 
  you are free to modify the theme though. i personally would have gone for
  something different - but that's a question of taste and preferences. it
  also
  wont help the boot THAT much. you want to find the BIG gains - not the small
  ones. it consumes maybe about 20-25% (combine enlightenment_init and xglamo)
  for the animation. so yes - u'd speed it up by a bit - but not immensely
  (not
  double or triple which is what u really want).
 
 
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problem accessing SD Card SanDisk SDSDQ-8192-E11M

2008-09-08 Thread Nicolas LAURANCE

Hi all,


I have problems accessing my 8Go SD Card

following different advices found in the wiki and the mailing list, I 
managed to change env in uboot


after boot :

[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~# cat /proc/cmdline
glamo_mci.sd_max_clk=1000 rootfstype=jffs2 root=/dev/mtdblock6 
console=ttySAC2,115200 console=tty0 loglevel=8 regular_boot 
mtdparts=physmap-flash:-(nor);neo1973-nand:0x0004(u-boot),0x0004(u-boot_env),0x0080(kernel),0x000a(splash),0x0004(factory),0x0f6a(rootfs) 



but still :
[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~# fdisk /dev/mmcblk0
fdisk: cannot read from /dev/mmcblk0


this is quite erratic, as if I insist, that is if I enter the fdisk 
command several times, it eventually find the card and format it. I can 
then mount the partitions.


[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~# fdisk /dev/mmcblk0
fdisk: cannot read from /dev/mmcblk0
[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~# fdisk /dev/mmcblk0
fdisk: cannot read from /dev/mmcblk0
[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~# fdisk /dev/mmcblk0
fdisk: cannot read from /dev/mmcblk0
[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~# fdisk /dev/mmcblk0
fdisk: cannot read from /dev/mmcblk0
[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~# fdisk /dev/mmcblk0

The number of cylinders for this disk is set to 242560.


But after next boot, I drop into the same situation, can't find the card.

Any parameters suggestion ?

many thanks in advance
NiL
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Re: Building FSO Wiki page

2008-09-08 Thread Rod Whitby
John Whitmore wrote:
 Thanks to all who replied and to Hedora who went and edited the wiki 
 page. No doubt more questions may follow from me in the fullness of 
 time, but for the moment I'm building. I'm hoping that I can ultimately 
 help out here. If asking questions of Wiki pages highlights areas for 
 improvement maybe it'll save future people asking the same questions.

Indeed.  http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Building_FSO is now a great wiki page.

[I made some small adjustments as well]

Thanks to all involved.

-- Rod

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Re: [hiring] OpenGL Experts

2008-09-08 Thread Jean-Eric Cuendet
 Specifically what we need is help doing OpenGL ES over X. The SoC would
 be the Samsungs 6410. So part driver work and part X work. Openmoko
 would be willing to hire somebody full time, part-time, or even on a per
 project basis.


Samsung 6410 is FreeRunner chip or GTA04 one?




 If you're interested, please send an email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] and CC
 myself.

 Thanks!

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Re: Building FSO Wiki page

2008-09-08 Thread John Whitmore
Michael 'Mickey' Lauer wrote:
 Am Saturday 06 September 2008 14:40:40 schrieb Rod Whitby:
   
 Michael 'Mickey' Lauer wrote:
 
 Am Saturday 06 September 2008 00:48:00 schrieb Rod Whitby:
   
 Michael 'Mickey' Lauer wrote:
 
 For building a .dev branch, in your local.conf file, you should have at
 least the following three entries. Example for the Angstrom
 distribution and the Openmoko gta01 machine:

 BBFILES = /stuff/org.openembedded.dev/packages/*/*.bb
 DISTRO = angstrom-2008.1
 MACHINE = om-gta01
   
 I thought DISTRO was openmoko for FSO builds?
 
 Yes, but this was a quote from the wiki page.
   
 Therein lies the problem with that wiki page
 (http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Building_FSO).

 It's meant to tell you how to build FSO, but instead it starts talking
 about Angstrom half way through (after the first half of the page
 duplicates other existing OpenEmbedded pages).
 

 Yeah, it looks like it's largely based on the respective text in OE's 
 GettingStarted.

   
 No wonder people are confused about how to build things ...
 

 Indeed. Perhaps the one who added this page should have stripped it a bit.

 Thankfully, it's a Wiki and everyone can fix this.

   
Thanks to all who replied and to Hedora who went and edited the wiki 
page. No doubt more questions may follow from me in the fullness of 
time, but for the moment I'm building. I'm hoping that I can ultimately 
help out here. If asking questions of Wiki pages highlights areas for 
improvement maybe it'll save future people asking the same questions.

A lot of information gets posted on this mailing list and the more of it 
that gets filtered onto the wiki the less questions there'll be on this 
list. For the moment looking forward to understanding, and ultimately 
helping in a more code based way.

Thanks for all the good work and help.

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Re: Illume compile problem

2008-09-08 Thread Jean-Eric Cuendet
  Running autopoint...
  autopoint: *** Missing version: please specify in configure.in through a
  line 'AM_GNU_GETTEXT_VERSION(x.yy.zz)' the gettext version the package is
  using
  autopoint: *** Stop.

 Is that supposed to be a native compilation or cross compilation? You can
 use


Native.


 get-e.sh[1] for a native build. It also has a mode to install dependencies


Wil try.
Thanks.



 for debian (and probably ubuntu) systems.

 z.

 [1] http://www.rasterman.com/files/get_e.sh

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A little zenity-gui for flashing images to the neo

2008-09-08 Thread Minh Ha Duong
Hi,

According to this mail:
  http://lists.openmoko.org/pipermail/devel/2008-September/001726.html
the boot image is flasheable too, and the next upgrade will upgrade it.
Does this look like something that zenity-gui could do ?

I can't find a  zenity  page on the wiki, do you want me to start one ?

Minh

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Re: WLAN with WPA

2008-09-08 Thread vasco . nevoa
Citando Katrin Tomanek [EMAIL PROTECTED]:


 Hi,

 I finally managed to connect my FR via Wifi and WPA2.

 The following happened: after I started this thread 2 days ago, my FR (after
 rebooting) wouldn't let me connect via ssh (usb) any more -- I guess this
 was the result of extensive opkg upgrades, something must have gone wrong
 with the sshd. At least this is what I assume. Unfortunately, as also the
 keyboard somehow got lost during the upgrade session, the only thing I could
 do was flash my FR.

 So I took the latest OM image as of sept, 4th  (kernel as of sept, 3rd).

 I then used the following extremely simple wpa_supplicant.conf:

 --- snip ---

 ctrl_interface=/var/run/wpa_supplicant
 eapol_version=1
 ap_scan=1

 network={
 ssid=rutabaga
 scan_ssid=1
 proto=RSN
 key_mgmt=WPA-PSK
 psk=d4a9459bf5f29c332fa56d5b2c6a8c80176f4da7647f42e2ae4309dbed4f80ec
 }

 -- snap ---

 After that, all I did was:
 wpa_supplicant -i usb0 -c /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf -B
 and then
 udhcpc usb0

 That's it -- wifi works! Great.

You probably mean eth0 instead of usb0, right?


 I cannot say whether this is now because of the new image (when I tried
 before I had the original 2008.08 image of august), or because of the fact
 that I am running WPA2 whereas the day before yesterday I tried WPA.

 cheers,
 Katrin

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Re: Anyone can sell me a phone in Sweden over the next 5 days?

2008-09-08 Thread Erland Lewin
2008/9/7 Fredrik Wendt [EMAIL PROTECTED]

 If you're in Gothenburg you could buy mine, if you're really
 desperate. :)


I missed the original posting, but I'm in Stockholm, and again, if it's
really important to you I guess you could buy mine and I could buy a new
one.

/Erland

fre 2008-09-05 klockan 23:23 +0300 skrev Shachar Shemesh:
  Hi all, especially resellers.
 
  After deciding that getting a Neo in Israel is simply impossible for the
  next few months, I have been scheduled to go on a business trip to
  Sweden over the next few days. Mainly, I arrive on Sunday morning, and
  depart Tuesday evening. I was thinking of getting a Neo while I'm there.
 
  I already called the Swedish reseller, who said he is out of stock. This
  goes out to everyone else. Is there anyone here who can sell me a phone
  over the next few days?
 
  Thanks,
  Shachar
 
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[qtopia][daily/testing] speed dial and addressbook keyboard

2008-09-08 Thread vasco . nevoa

I have 2 feature requests, as they seem to have been removed from om's qtopia:
1 - addressbook contacts list should have keyboard support. scrolling  
up and down to find a contact is time-consuming and user-unfriendly  
(especially when there is no graphic acceleration).
2 - addressbook contacts should be allowed to be added to speed  
dialing list. without this, we have to go into the contacts list or  
call register, which is also not user-friendly.

I'm posting them here for discussion; if nobody has anything against  
it, I'll create a ticket for it in a couple of days.

My SW is:
http://downloads.openmoko.org/daily/testing-om-gta02-20080906.rootfs.jffs2

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Re: WLAN with WPA

2008-09-08 Thread Katrin Tomanek



Citando Katrin Tomanek [EMAIL PROTECTED]:


 Hi,

 I finally managed to connect my FR via Wifi and WPA2.

 The following happened: after I started this thread 2 days ago, my FR
 (after
 rebooting) wouldn't let me connect via ssh (usb) any more -- I guess this
 was the result of extensive opkg upgrades, something must have gone wrong
 with the sshd. At least this is what I assume. Unfortunately, as also the
 keyboard somehow got lost during the upgrade session, the only thing I
 could
 do was flash my FR.

 So I took the latest OM image as of sept, 4th  (kernel as of sept, 3rd).

 I then used the following extremely simple wpa_supplicant.conf:

 --- snip ---

 ctrl_interface=/var/run/wpa_supplicant
 eapol_version=1
 ap_scan=1

 network={
 ssid=rutabaga
 scan_ssid=1
 proto=RSN
 key_mgmt=WPA-PSK

 psk=d4a9459bf5f29c332fa56d5b2c6a8c80176f4da7647f42e2ae4309dbed4f80ec
 }

 -- snap ---

 After that, all I did was:
 wpa_supplicant -i usb0 -c /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf -B
 and then
 udhcpc usb0

 That's it -- wifi works! Great.

You probably mean eth0 instead of usb0, right?

oh, yeah. Right :-)


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Re: Duke Nukem 3D on Openmoko Neo

2008-09-08 Thread Rafael Ignacio Zurita
--- On Sun, 9/7/08, Charles-Henri Gros [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Rafael Ignacio Zurita wrote:
  I want to share a simple duke nukem 3d port for Neo
 which you
  can play using the accelerometer :)
  
 ...
 
 http://fz.hobby-site.org/om/duke-nukem-3d/how-to-play-duke.png
 
 That's great!
 
 However turning is a bit slow; I'm wondering if the
 accelerators
 couldn't generate mouse events instead of key presses
 for left/right
 (allowing analog left/right). I'd also like to tweak
 the angle for
 forward/backwards (possibly allowing some sort of
 calibration). I'd love
 to try this myself; but I have no idea how to build the
 source; can you
 help?

Sure. Werner helped me with that task, so I used these instructions:
http://lists.openmoko.org/pipermail/community/2008-June/018493.html

Also, I have modified the Makefiles, so you only need to run
make to build ;) (well, if you have already an openmoko development
environment configured)

I'm going to improve a bit the code with some ideas, so if you do
something please let me know, so we can merge code and to do it 
still better.

Rafa

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Re: using openocd

2008-09-08 Thread Hypnotize
I have tried that to and get the same error messages! :(

On Sun, Sep 7, 2008 at 3:52 AM, Holger Freyther [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 On Sunday 07 September 2008 02:22:40 Hypnotize wrote:
  Hi,
 
  I cant get openocd working (with Debug Board v3 and GTA02), I just get
 this
  error message:
 
  $ openocd -f /etc/openocd/openocd.conf
  Info:openocd.c:84 main(): Open On-Chip Debugger (2007-01-31 12:00
 CET)
  Error:   ft2232.c:1351 ft2232_init(): unable to open ftdi device:
  ftdi_usb_reset failed

 sudo openocd?

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new user issues

2008-09-08 Thread Franky Van Liedekerke
Hi,

I just got my freerunner 3 days ago and I already flashed it 4 or 5
times, after which I decided to stay with the latest Om2008.8. The
qtopia september release is nice, but when activating the speaker, it
emmits only a loud tone ... Also on qtopia I had the issue that every
received call also shows up as a missed call ...
Anyway, the latest Om2008.8 it is, the official stable one then (5
sept). After some tweaks, mailing list lookups and all, here are my
issues, with some of the answers I found.

- first of all: it is very weird to give a root image without a
terminal, since for an open wifi connection, the only thing to change
is /etc/resolv.conf. But since no terminal app is in place by default,
I had to configure the usb0 interface (and since I have a dlink router,
I'm in the 192.168.0 range, so that was a bit challenging ...). The
resolvconf wiki page mentions a solution which I hope gets integrated
in the next update.
- second, I have the echo and buzzing bug. It seems tweaking the
alsa state file eliminates the buzzing a bit, and I found on the list
that the echo problem has been tracked down
(http://lists.openmoko.org/pipermail/community/2008-August/028495.html).
Hopefully that enters the stable release soon ...
- I also have the alarm-clock-not-waking-up-the-phone problem after it
has suspended. Not quite sure why though, but I tried it first and it
worked fine, but when I overslept the next day ... any tips/workarounds
are appreciated.
- qtopia-datebook also has the same issue: no alarm for meetings or
such.

Now for the extra things I ran into:
- when I'm calling and I get a second call which I choose not to
answer, the info of the missing call pops up on screen, making it quite
difficult to stop the current call later on.
- the phone suspends even when connected to my pc. Yes, yes, I use
illume-config for the blank/suspending but I find it strange that the
phone goes into suspend when charging 
- a really weird one: all my contacts of the sim card are somewhere on
the phone, since I removed my sim card and I can still browse the
contacts and find all sim-card info. Does anybody know how to clear
this? It wouldn't bother me, but when receiving a call/sms I only want
my vcf-imported contact info to be shown, not the braindead info from
the sim. I did select the option to not show contacts from the sim in
the contact list, but that doesn't seem to influence the info shown for
receiving calls/sms and such.
- the screen blanks during a call. Nice, saves battery and such, but I
hope it doesn't suspend (haven't tried that one yet)?
- I installed qtopia-bluetooth, but that app doesn't work at all (I
click it, but nothing appears)

And a final thing on the side: can we configure the freerunner to use
mplayer for ringtones? It supports mp3 and stuff, so a song can just be
used as a ringtone, instead of making a 10-seconds wav out of a nice
mp3 song.

Any thoughts, feedback, discussion is much appreciated.

Franky, a freerunner owner who still needs to use his sony-ericsson
p900 because he doesn't want to wake up too late again :-)


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Re: Where to get recent kernel and modules for debian now?

2008-09-08 Thread Fox Mulder
Hmm doesn't all the debian users update their original OM kernel with
the recent ones?
Apt-get upgrade doesn't update the kernel and modules at all.

Even the debian installer script still uses the old kernel and modules
from http://downloads.openmoko.org/framework/milestone2/ which is from
30. july. And i can see that in the latest kernels after around 4.
september the sd-card corruption problem seems to be fixed by a patch.
So it would be nice if somewhere the corresponding modules to the latest
kernels where available. :)

Ciao,
 Rainer

Fox Mulder wrote:
 Now that buildhost is no more available i wonder where i could get the
 newest OM kernel and modules for use with debian.
 
 I know that i can get the kernel from
 http://downloads.openmoko.org/releases/Om2008.8/
 but there are no modules package like i found on buildhost. I can't find
 any standalone modules package in any other directory on the
 downloads.openmoko.org server.
 
 Is the only solution now to get the suiteable kernel modules for the
 recent kernel from the rootfs image and extract them from this archive?
 
 Ciao,
  Rainer
 
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Re: BT keyboards with FR?

2008-09-08 Thread Tim Abell
not at that price!

:-)

Jeff Sadowski wrote:
 You mean none of you have the
 http://www.thinkgeek.com/computing/input/8193/ Laser projected
 keyboard?
 Would it work?
   

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Re: BT keyboards with FR?

2008-09-08 Thread Tim Abell
I've bought a freedom universal, and so far no dice connecting either to 
the phone or to an ubuntu pc :-(

http://timwise.wikispaces.com/freedom+universal+keyboard

no joy from their support either, looks like they are still stuck in the 
dark ages.


   --- Original Message 
   Subject: [#]: can't connect under linux
   Date: Wed, 27 Aug 2008 14:41:38 +
   From: Paul Bowles [EMAIL PROTECTED]
   Reply-To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
   To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

   Hi Tim,

   Unfortunately the open source nature of Linux is the reason we can't
   provide technical support for it. While at the core it is all
   basically the same, the number of possible combination's of
   hardware/software setup for Linux based systems means that it is not
   possible to provide support. Once more devices start running Linux
   distros (which is starting to happen as you say) then it will become
   easier to support them.

   Looking at what you have on your site one possible silly thing to
   say is after you enter the passkey on your device enter it onto the
   keyboard and then press enter (also on the keyboard). The keyboard
   in HID mode has no set passkey and it is normally set at the same
   time as you pair it.

   Kind Regards,

   Paul Bowles
   Technical Manager

   Ticket Details
   Ticket ID: 
   Department: Freedom Universal Keyboard²
   Priority: High
   Status: Answered

If I don't get past this it's going in the bin / back to the reseller / 
on ebay. I haven't tried their suggestion yet as I've been away, and I 
am now busy upgrading my freerunner to the latest build.


hope that helps

Tim Abell

-

Ben Holt wrote:
 I am considering buying a portable BT keyboard to go with my 
FreeRunner and would appreciate hearing from anyone who is already 
using a BT keyboard and can comment on how well it is working and what 
keyboard you have.  Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated  :-).


Many thanks,

- Ben

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Re: Where to get recent kernel and modules for debian now?

2008-09-08 Thread Fox Mulder
I tried to get the kernel from http://downloads.openmoko.org/daily/ and
also downloaded the rootfs tar.gz. Than i extracted the
/lib/modules/2.6.24/ directory out of it and copied the kernel and the
modules to my debian system and did depomd -a. Than i added g_ether
and ohci-hcd to /etc/modules and usb.
And now i got the kernel from today running and it seems to work.

I noticed that the old kernel has ~60MB modules while the actual one
only has ~6MB. Maybe all the unnecessary stuff is left out or it is just
because it is from the testing branch.

This is no one click solution but when it works i'm happy with it. :)

Ciao,
 Rainer

Thomas Markus wrote:
 Fox Mulder wrote:
 Hmm doesn't all the debian users update their original OM kernel with
 the recent ones?
 Apt-get upgrade doesn't update the kernel and modules at all.

 Even the debian installer script still uses the old kernel and modules
 from http://downloads.openmoko.org/framework/milestone2/ which is from
 30. july. And i can see that in the latest kernels after around 4.
 september the sd-card corruption problem seems to be fixed by a patch.
 So it would be nice if somewhere the corresponding modules to the latest
 kernels where available. :)

 
 I'm currently using the om2008.8 kernel+all of the kernel-module 
 packages from testing which gets upgraded through the default 
 om2008.8-testing opkg-feed. As far as I am aware these instructions 
 should be the same for the stable version as well.
 
 If you copy the /boot/uImage and the corresponding modules in 
 /lib/modules/2.6.24 to the same folder in your debian installation 
 everything should be fine. At the end you may want to run 'depmod -a' 
 for the module dependencies.
 
 Don't forget to add the 'g_ether' and 'usbnet' (not completely sure 
 about that one) modules to '/etc/modules' to enable USB-networking.
 
 Good luck.
 Thomas
 
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Re: ASU Illume Tango Theme

2008-09-08 Thread Adrien de Sentenac
I went completely blue :D
For gtk (/usr/share/themes/Moko/gtk-2.0/gtkrc) and for qt
(/opt/Qtopia/etc/default/Trolltech/qpe.conf).
You'll find both files attached as well as the mandatory screenshots
(qtmail for qt and tangogps for gtk).
Feel free to improve both files and share your results!

qtmail : 
http://lh5.ggpht.com/aiua.om/SMWdkrHZ09I/ABQ/afBXJ8O4L-I/s400/qtmail.png
tangogps : 
http://lh4.ggpht.com/aiua.om/SMWdknB0GOI/ABY/2tCS2lQPSZs/s400/tangogps.png

2008/9/8 Marco Trevisan (Treviño) [EMAIL PROTECTED]

 Thanks... I don't know why I didn't try to edit that file before... I've
 already looked into it, but I thought that only the colors-scheme files
 were processed :P

 Btw I've worked a little on it [1]! :P


 [1] http://www.3v1n0.net/openmoko/qtopia-x11-tangoized-qtmail.png



gtkrc
Description: Binary data


qpe.conf
Description: Binary data
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Does the GPS work on opentango.

2008-09-08 Thread Orlando
I tried to run the gpsd script in console, and the output tells me this.

[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~# /etc/init.d/gpsd start
Starting gpsd: /etc/init.d/gpsd: line 96: gpsd: not found
success

When I run tangogps it tells me that I have no gps. It is weird because I
have the agpsui program and it is working properly.

This is happening with the stable image.

thanks in advance.

Orlando.


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QTopia 4.3.3 doesn't suspend at first

2008-09-08 Thread Jean-Eric Cuendet
Hi,
I installed the last image from Lorn of QTopia 4.3.3
I have a problem: when I start it, it seems like if QTopia thinks the FR is
powered by USB, so it doesn't go to sleep after 30 seconds.
If I plug it to USB, it then detects the cable (the screen brightness is
higher).
If I unplug it, it detects now that it's unplugged (the screen brightness is
lower). And after that, it suspends after 30 seconds.

So I think that at first boot, QTopia thinks it's connected to USB while it
is not. And all becomes well after plug/unplug from USB.
Where is the status of the plug/unplug stored?
Have someone an idea where to look to debug?
This is easily reproducible on my FR.
Lorn?

Thanks.
-jec
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Re: Trolltech Qtopia (not X11) on 2008.8 base rootfs

2008-09-08 Thread Lorn Potter
Cédric Berger wrote:
 I would like to be able to install Trolltech's Qtopia on top of a
 fresh distro such as the latest testing 2008.8 base distro.
 
 For now I mostly use qtopia distro form qtopia.net
 The rootfs released by qtopia.net can't opkg upgrade. It uses
 buildhost, not available anymore.
 
 
 I could not find what is needed to have Qtopia work on a given rootfs ?
 
 So far, I just tried installing /opt/Nokia/Qtopia/ stuff on 2008.8
 base (from http://downloads.openmoko.org/daily/ ),
 then (after a /etc/init.d/xserver-nodm stop ), launching
 /opt/Nokia/Qtopia/qpe.sh(or putting it in /etc/init.d/ and
 rebooting).

do /opt/Nokia/Qtopia/qpe.sh start
or ln -s /etc/init.d/qpe.sh /etc/rc5.d/S98qpe.sh
to make it start up automatically on boot. (dont forget to remove the link in 
/etc/rc5.d to xserver-nodm

 
 It did not work (stays on empty screen with cursor only)
 
 Do I have to put something more in /home/root ? Or elsewhere ?
 Disable something more in 2008.8 ?
 
 Once this work, what I would be cool is to be able to quickly switch
 beetween 2008.8 X11 stuff and Qtopia framebuffer based stuff :
 2 scripts, one to do the stop X11 server and some services then aunch
 qpe,  and one for the other way around.
 Is it as easy as it looks ?
 
 This would replace what I do now : shutdown then reboot on another 
 partition...
 
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Re: Does the GPS work on opentango.

2008-09-08 Thread -stacy
Orlando wrote:
 I tried to run the gpsd script in console, and the output tells me this.
 
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~# /etc/init.d/gpsd start
 Starting gpsd: /etc/init.d/gpsd: line 96: gpsd: not found

Looks like gpsd is not installed.


-stacy


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Re: Does the GPS work on opentango.

2008-09-08 Thread Orlando
I tried this...

[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~# opkg list_installed | grep gpsd
gpsd-conf - 2.34-r9 -
[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~# opkg install gpsd
An error ocurred, return value: 2.
[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~# opkg install gps
An error ocurred, return value: 2.
[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~#

-Orlando.

On Mon, Sep 8, 2008 at 6:18 PM, -stacy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Orlando wrote:
  I tried to run the gpsd script in console, and the output tells me this.
 
  [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~# /etc/init.d/gpsd start
  Starting gpsd: /etc/init.d/gpsd: line 96: gpsd: not found
 
 Looks like gpsd is not installed.


 -stacy


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[OM2008.8-update] latest image + old /home/root = no GSM [solved]

2008-09-08 Thread Vasco Névoa
I've been using my uSDcard as /home.

So far, no problem, I reflash the device and mount it as /home and there 
it goes. I've done this with testing and update images without much 
problems. But today I was surprised to see that after reflashing I had 
normal GSM network, and after mounting my card's old /home/root and 
rebooting it became impossible to get the phone working.

I reverted back to the original /home, and it worked again.

In the logread I found a few Qtopia messages complaining about wrong 
plugin versions.
I ended up doing cp /home/root/.config/Trolltech.conf 
/media/card/root/.config/ and it solved it (qtopia keeps the lib 
versions inside this file). After restoring the card as /home in 
/etc/fstab and rebooting, the phone worked again.

Hope this helps someone.

vnevoa.

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Re: Does the GPS work on opentango.

2008-09-08 Thread Robert William Hutton
Orlando wrote:
 I tried this... 
 
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~# opkg list_installed | grep gpsd
 gpsd-conf - 2.34-r9 -
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~# opkg install gpsd
 An error ocurred, return value: 2.
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~# opkg install gps
 An error ocurred, return value: 2.
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~#

I think An error ocurred, return value: 2. roughly translates to I 
can't access the packages.  Have you checked that your network 
connection works?  The usual reason for it not working is an empty 
/etc/resolv.conf.  First you need to move the symbolic link to the 
non-existent file out of the way:

cd /etc
mv resolv.conf resolv.conf.old

Then you need to create a new /etc/resolv.conf file and put in some 
nameserver lines so that DNS resolving works.  You can either install 
dnsmasq on your desktop computer and then put:

nameserver 192.168.0.200

into your resolv.conf, or you can just copy the contents of the 
resolv.conf from your desktop to your openmoko.

Cheers,

Rob

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Re: Does the GPS work on opentango.

2008-09-08 Thread Russell Sears
-stacy wrote:
 Orlando wrote:
 I tried this... 

 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~# opkg list_installed | grep gpsd
 gpsd-conf - 2.34-r9 -
 
 That confirms that gpsd is not installed.
 
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~# opkg install gpsd
 An error ocurred, return value: 2.
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~# opkg install gps
 An error ocurred, return value: 2.
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~#
 
 I love meaningful error messages, to bad that isn't one.
 
 According to http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Opkg#Error_Codes
 
2: Error parsing config file
 
 What ever that may mean...

I think the package databases count as config files...

Try to opkg update first.  That usually fixes it for me.

-Rusty

 
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Get spare parts in NYC (batteries)

2008-09-08 Thread Stefan Fröbe
Hi,

I'll be in New York beginning of October and would like to purchase 2 spare
batteries for my FR - any hints on where I could get them? Is there a local
distributor or buyers group with active orders, by any chance?

Thanks,

Stefan
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Glad to see Gentoo-openmoko distro

2008-09-08 Thread Dennis . Yxun
HI Devs:

As a die-hard Gentoo fans, I'd be happy to see someone

deliver a Gentoo openmoko distribution which leverage the greatness of
portage.

Thank you, It's really great!

   I'm downloading stage now, but due to my poor network,

the download speed is quite low, and It about takes me 5Ds to finish the
stage1 tarball~

so I'm thinking about build the system all by myself.

   I've have some experience of setting up the cross-compiler tools in
Gentoo,

but find it's not easy to build the base system... I may try this later, and
post here.

Proposal, Can we setup an openmoko-gentoo overlay, so people who are
interested

to this may build on it. And also people can contribute same ebuilds back.
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Re: Glad to see Gentoo-openmoko distro

2008-09-08 Thread shawnzier
On Tue, Sep 09, 2008 at 08:59:22AM +0800, Dennis.Yxun wrote:
 HI Devs:
 
 As a die-hard Gentoo fans, I'd be happy to see someone
 
 deliver a Gentoo openmoko distribution which leverage the greatness of
 portage.
 
 Thank you, It's really great!
 
I'm downloading stage now, but due to my poor network,
 
 the download speed is quite low, and It about takes me 5Ds to finish the
 stage1 tarball~
 
 so I'm thinking about build the system all by myself.
 
I've have some experience of setting up the cross-compiler tools in
 Gentoo,
 
 but find it's not easy to build the base system... I may try this later, and
 post here.
 
 Proposal, Can we setup an openmoko-gentoo overlay, so people who are
 interested
 
 to this may build on it. And also people can contribute same ebuilds back.

I'm a gentoo user too. Would love to see something done with it. I think 
someone is already working on this. I saw someone talking about it a few days 
ago on gentoo-embedded. Here's the thread.

http://archives.gentoo.org/gentoo-embedded/msg_92e6f8eb918aa1d5277481ae3c205138.xml



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Re: A little zenity-gui for flashing images to the neo

2008-09-08 Thread Dale Maggee
Minh Ha Duong wrote:
 Hi,

 According to this mail:
   http://lists.openmoko.org/pipermail/devel/2008-September/001726.html
 the boot image is flasheable too, and the next upgrade will upgrade it.
 Does this look like something that zenity-gui could do ?
   
Yes, it is. I'll update the script sometime soon and re-post it.
 I can't find a  zenity  page on the wiki, do you want me to start one ?
   
I don't really think this is appropriate - zenity is the tool which 
allows me to use gtk dialog boxes from within a shell script, it doesn't 
really have anything to do with openmoko or the FreeRunner. More info at 
[1].

if you're talking about adding this script to the wiki, then yes, it 
should be in the wiki, but it would more properly belong in [2]

The reason I haven't wikified it yet is that I'm not finished playing 
with it. here are my plans:
- making use of the 'which' command to locate dfu-util as suggested by 
david samblas
- checking that it's being run as root
- add support for flashing 'splash'

slightly longer-term:
- use dialog instead of zenity (all text output for more consistent 
look, faster, more flexible)
- use a settings file to save the location of dfu-util
- I've also written a script to backup the freerunner using this method 
[3]. I'm planning on integrating these two scripts into a nice 
menu-driven uberscript for both backup and flashing

[1] http://www.linuxmanpages.com/man1/zenity.1.php
[2] http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Flashing_the_Neo_FreeRunner
[3] 
http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Pre-Flash_Backup#Backing-up_flash_images_.28alternative.29

-Dale

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Re: new user issues

2008-09-08 Thread Dale Maggee
Russell Sears wrote:
 On 2007.2, you needed to edit a text file to 
 change the ringtone format.  
I don't suppose you could tell me what file to look at? I've not seen 
any mention of changing ringtones in 2007.2, the only way I've come up 
with is to overwrite the wav file. this would be a great help!

Thanks,
-Dale


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Re: Glad to see Gentoo-openmoko distro

2008-09-08 Thread Dennis . Yxun
someone already made this, I just haven't tried it,
 due to my poor network

http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Gentoo
http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/OpenMoko_under_QEMU_on_Gentoo

On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 9:20 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
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Trouble Building Kernel

2008-09-08 Thread shawnzier
I wanted to build a kernel to get some drivers as modules instead of built-in. 
I followed

http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Toolchain

When I went to build the kernel, I had to change the 'build' script to point to 
the toolchain. After that was fixed, I got this error when running the 'build' 
script.

# configuration written to .config
#
+ VERSION=
+ '[' -d .git ']'
++ git show --pretty=oneline
++ cut '-d ' -f1
++ cut -b1-16
++ head -n1
+ HEAD=ca19d156400f8179
++ git branch
++ grep '^*'
++ cut '-d ' -f2
+ BRANCH='(no'
+ VERSION='-(no_ca19d156400f8179'
+ make -j5 ARCH=arm 'EXTRAVERSION=-(no_ca19d156400f8179'
  CHK include/linux/version.h
  SYMLINK include/asm-arm/arch - include/asm-arm/arch-s3c2410
/bin/sh: -c: line 0: syntax error near unexpected token `('
/bin/sh: -c: line 0: `echo 2.6.24-(no_ca19d156400f8179  
include/config/kernel.release'
make: *** [include/config/kernel.release] Error 2
make: INTERNAL: Exiting with 6 jobserver tokens available; should be 5!
+ exit 1


Anybody have any idea what might be wrong here?


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Re: Anyone can sell me a phone in Sweden over the next 5 days?

2008-09-08 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Erland Lewin wrote:
 2008/9/7 Fredrik Wendt [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]

 If you're in Gothenburg you could buy mine, if you're really
 desperate. :)


 I missed the original posting, but I'm in Stockholm, and again, if 
 it's really important to you I guess you could buy mine and I could 
 buy a new one.
I don't think desperate would be the right word :-)

If anyone bought a Freerunner and found out they need a more mature 
phone, I'll gladly buy it off their hands. If it's about me buying 
yours, and you buying a new one, I'll find a way to get my hands on a 
phone eventually

Thanks for everyone who tried to help

Shachar

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Re: Anyone can sell me a phone in Sweden over the next 5 days?

2008-09-08 Thread Daniel Hedblom
If you can make it up to Sollefteå in Sweden i have a Freerunner phone
for sale.


//danielh


2008/9/9 Shachar Shemesh [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 Erland Lewin wrote:
 2008/9/7 Fredrik Wendt [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]

 If you're in Gothenburg you could buy mine, if you're really
 desperate. :)


 I missed the original posting, but I'm in Stockholm, and again, if
 it's really important to you I guess you could buy mine and I could
 buy a new one.
 I don't think desperate would be the right word :-)

 If anyone bought a Freerunner and found out they need a more mature
 phone, I'll gladly buy it off their hands. If it's about me buying
 yours, and you buying a new one, I'll find a way to get my hands on a
 phone eventually

 Thanks for everyone who tried to help

 Shachar

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Re: problem accessing SD Card SanDisk SDSDQ-8192-E11M

2008-09-08 Thread Kevin Squire
On Mon, Sep 8, 2008 at 11:03 AM, Kevin Squire [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Hi,

 I have problems accessing my 8Go SD Card

snip snip

 For my disk, my thoughts are that the first sector is bad.  I'll try
 to confirm this later today (don't have anything else available that

Confirmed, bad disk--can't read it with anything else (and in fact,
trying to read it on my Ubuntu system puts sd_mod into a state where
it won't read another disk).

Kevin

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lemon ice cool

2008-09-08 Thread danish
indiana lemon
http://lemon-law-08.blogspot.com/
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Sex Photo grou/X11/Xsession /etc/X11/Xsession.d/89qtopia.bk~ 
  /etc/X11/Xsession.d/89qtopia
  
  and reboot the neo
  
  Do that any time qtopia-x11 is updated (or when you have the simptoms
  you have described)
  
  Regards
  David 
  El sáb, 13-09-2008 a las 21:18 +0800, William Kenworthy escribió:
   Tried this for the first time and it looks good, but cant register the
   GSM (been trying for a few hours now) ...  Log extract below - any
   clues? - I normally use 2007.2 updated which works fine.
   
   Also many apps dont start (dialler, calendar, contacts, ...) - is that
   expected?
   
   BillK
   
   Sep 13 20:54:59 om-gta02 user.notice root: ficgta01hardware plugin 
   Sep 13 20:55:00 om-gta02 user.notice root: Modem :  opening serial
   device  /dev/pts/0  at  115200 
   Sep 13 20:55:00 om-gta02 user.notice root: Modem :  Device: /dev/pts/0
   is a tty device: True 
   Sep 13 20:55:00 om-gta02 user.notice root: Modem :  NONBLOCK
   successfully reset 
   Sep 13 20:55:00 om-gta02 user.notice root: Modem :  Opened
   /dev/pts/0 
   Sep 13 20:55:00 om-gta02 user.notice root: Modem :  querying multiplexer
   plugin ficgta01multiplex 
   Sep 13 20:55:01 om-gta02 user.notice root: AtChat :  T : ^Z 
   Sep 13 20:55:01 om-gta02 local0.warn /usr/sbin/gsm0710muxd[1377]:
   gsm0710muxd.c:569:pseudo_device_read(): Write to a channel which wasn't
   acked to be open.
   Sep 13 20:55:01 om-gta02 local0.warn /usr/sbin/gsm0710muxd[1377]:
   gsm0710muxd.c:569:pseudo_device_read(): Write to a channel which wasn't
   acked to be open.
   Sep 13 20:55:11 om-gta02 user.notice root: Mux :  *** mux setup timed
   out *** 
   Sep 13 20:55:11 om-gta02 user.notice root: AtChat :  T : ^Z 
   Sep 13 20:55:11 om-gta02 local0.warn /usr/sbin/gsm0710muxd[1377]:
   gsm0710muxd.c:569:pseudo_device_read(): Write to a channel which wasn't
   acked to be open.
   Sep 13 20:55:21 om-gta02 user.notice root: Mux :  *** mux setup timed
   out *** 
   Sep 13 20:55:21 om-gta02 user.notice root: AtChat :  T : ^Z 
   Sep 13 20:55:21 om-gta02 local0.warn /usr/sbin/gsm0710muxd[1377]:
   gsm0710muxd.c:569:pseudo_device_read(): Write to a channel which wasn't
   acked to be open.
   Sep 13 20:55:31 om-gta02 user.notice root: Mux :  *** mux setup timed
   out *** 
   Sep 13 20:55:31 om-gta02 user.notice root: AtChat :  T : ^Z 
   Sep 13 20:55:31 om-gta02 local0.warn /usr/sbin/gsm0710muxd[1377]:
   gsm0710muxd.c:569:pseudo_device_read(): Write to a channel which wasn't
   acked to be open.
   Sep 13 20:55:41 om-gta02 user.notice root: Mux :  *** mux setup timed
   out *** 
   Sep 13 20:55:41 om-gta02 user.notice root: AtChat :  T : ^Z 
   Sep 13 20:55:41 om-gta02 local0.warn /usr/sbin/gsm0710muxd[1377]:
   gsm0710muxd.c:569:pseudo_device_read(): Write to a channel which wasn't
   acked to be open.
   Sep 13 20:55:51 om-gta02 user.notice root: Mux :  *** mux setup timed
   out *** 
   Sep 13 20:55:51 om-gta02 user.notice root: AtChat :  T : ^Z 
   Sep 13 20:55:51 om-gta02 local0.warn /usr/sbin/gsm0710muxd[1377]:
   gsm0710muxd.c:569:pseudo_device_read(): Write to a channel which wasn't
   acked to be open.
   Sep 13 20:56:01 om-gta02 user.notice root: Mux :  *** mux setup timed
   out *** 
   Sep 13 20:56:01 om-gta02 user.notice root: AtChat :  T : ^Z 
   Sep 13 20:56:01 om-gta02 local0.warn /usr/sbin/gsm0710muxd[1377]:
   gsm0710muxd.c:569:pseudo_device_read(): Write to a channel which wasn't
   acked to be open.
   Sep 13 20:56:11 om-gta02 user.notice root: Mux :  *** mux setup timed
   out *** 
   Sep 13 20:56:11 om-gta02 user.notice root: AtChat :  T : ^Z 
   Sep 13 20:56:11 om-gta02 local0.warn /usr/sbin/gsm0710muxd[1377]:
   gsm0710muxd.c:569:pseudo_device_read(): Write to a channel which wasn't
   acked to be open.
   Sep 13 20:56:21 om-gta02 user.notice root: Mux :  *** mux setup timed
   out *** 
   Sep 13 20:56:21 om-gta02 user.notice root: AtChat :  T : ^Z 
   Sep 13 20:56:21 om-gta02 local0.warn /usr/sbin/gsm0710muxd[1377]:
   gsm0710muxd.c:569:pseudo_device_read(): Write to a channel which wasn't
   acked to be open.
   Sep 13 20:56:31 om-gta02 user.notice root: Mux :  *** mux setup timed
   out *** 
   Sep 13 20:56:31 om-gta02 user.notice root: AtChat :  T : ^Z 
   Sep 13 20:56:31 om-gta02 local0.warn /usr/sbin/gsm0710muxd[1377]:
   gsm0710muxd.c:569:pseudo_device_read(): Write to a channel which wasn't
   acked to be open.
   Sep 13 20:56:41 om-gta02 user.notice root: Mux :  *** mux setup timed
   out *** 
   Sep 13 20:56:41 om-gta02 user.notice root: Initializing the modem
   failed. What should one do?... abort 
   Sep 13 20:56:41 om-gta02 local0.info /usr/sbin/gsm0710muxd[1377]:
   gsm0710muxd.c:609:pseudo_device_read(): Logical channel 1 for (null)
   closed
   Sep 13 20:56:41 om-gta02 user.notice root: The