Re: How is gta01 charger ID resistor detected?

2010-01-26 Thread Andy Poling
On Tue, 26 Jan 2010, Ben Wilson wrote: I could be wrong, but I thought the 47K resistor cable ID feature was one of the things they added into GTA02. I assumed GTA01 didn't have it. It's there in the hardware, according to the schematics. :-) I've spent some quality time today with the gta01

How is gta01 charger ID resistor detected?

2010-01-25 Thread Andy Poling
I have made a couple of custom charging cables for use with my gta01 and dumb USB chargers (selected because they were rated at least 500ma). I made the cables by connecting a 47K resistor between the ID pin and ground leads. However, after struggling with constantly inability to reliably charge

RTC failure in January (was: New significant speedups coming to FreeRunner)

2010-01-23 Thread Andy Poling
On Mon, 18 Jan 2010, Neil Jerram wrote: One more possible issue with this kernel. The boot messages always say [21474539.53] pcf50633-rtc pcf50633-rtc: hctosys: unable to read the hardware clock I'm seeing this on my build from a recent git pull as well. It also has the unpleasant side

SHR buildhost: unstable gta01 images gone?

2009-11-25 Thread Andy Poling
The directory has seemingly vanished. The om-gta02 directory is still there. Is this permanent? That was my favorite place to get kernels. :( -Andy It ain't what you don't know that gets you into trouble. It's what you know for sure

Re: How snappy can the Openmoko GUI get using GTK?

2007-09-03 Thread Andy Poling
On 2 Sep 2007, at 14:57, denis wrote: Watching a lot of videos about Openmoko and the GUI I saw that it is very slow and yards away from being snappy. (regarding the application startup and the acting inside an application) I know that speed is not the priority thing in developement at the

Re: How snappy can the Openmoko GUI get using GTK?

2007-09-03 Thread Andy Poling
On Mon, 3 Sep 2007, I wrote: It's all appropriate in a development environment - we just have to factor that in when considering the responsiveness of the device. IMO it's appropriate for the primary focus to be functionality and the secondary focus to be user interaction effectiveness at this

Re: Two finger input methods (PyGTK demos)

2007-09-02 Thread Andy Poling
Lars Hallberg wrote: This is a new one (Layout is 'numlock' one): denis wrote: I've tested the input system and it works very well even for a beginner like me. It is very intuitive and after a short time of practice I'm very fast writting with

Re: VMWare-Image (again)

2007-08-11 Thread Andy Poling
On Wed, 8 Aug 2007, S??bastien Lorquet wrote: Okay the first image is bitorrenting at: I'm now leeching, then I'll be another seed... in roughly 18 hrs it looks like. -Andy___ OpenMoko community