it is intellectual property. If I had a
religion this would be a sin.
Excuse me, Michael did you say VAX server? :-) Once you replace it
what will you do with the extra floor space? The savings on your
electric bill would pay for a virtual server in the Cloud.
On Wed, Jul 29, 2009 at 1:05 PM,
the last tree days i tryed to install Debian over SHR.
Everytime endig with:
P: Configuring package debian-archive-keyring
P: Configuring package apt
P: Configuring helper
On Fri, Oct 3, 2008 at 9:19 AM, Christian Weßel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
who has an external GPS antenna operating successfull with FR?
Which brand? Where to get?
I check the first one without success, so I need to look for a fit one.
I listed the one that I got from Semsons in
I have so far avoided misery by restricting myself to just reading
(parts of) the mailing list and keeping the FreeRunner battery
On Sat, Sep 20, 2008 at 10:36 AM, Michael Shiloh [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
My old phone works as a daily phone. I bought the FR for what I did not
In what ways can you extend the FreeRunner...
I was looking at WiFi IP phones yesterday at Voipsupply.org and they
have some in the $300-$600 range.
They are targeted at hospitality and healthcare industry. They are
just WiFi phones, no GSM no Linux.
Both of these apps have
I asked the maintainer of the freegis.org site if he knew of a list
targeted at gps and he did not.
I tried to post to the GPS Software Hub google group and the posting
is being held in the moderation queue. (Moderation is fine but someone
has to do the moderating so that the messages go out in a
Risto H. Kurppa [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I suppose there are some tangogps/navit/other gps software users and
developers here on this list who would be interested in getting
together with the rest of the FLOSS GPS community
Personally, I don't want to spend $50 when all I really want is one spare
I am using the pouch that came with my FR for the spare inner tube on
my bicycle and I have not opened the baggie with the headset yet so I
don't want more of them.
Batteries should be available
On Sun, Aug 24, 2008 at 6:02 AM, Timo Juhani Lindfors
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
For editing openstreetmap it is also useful to capture short audio
comments. This can be easily done by starting recording when AUX is
pressed and stopping it when it is released.
I think this is a good idea for any
IMO, just use the raw Ublox binary format. It's rather simple to decode.
I have already implemented a binary decoder for the Ublox binary format
based on Ublox open documentation of the protocol. My plan is to release
this code under the GPL at some point.
The only GPS receiver that I have
The wiki says The latest bootloader binary builds can be found under
http://buildhost.openmoko.org/daily; but when I go there I find 12
files. I can narrow it down to these 3 based on the gta02
and I can guess that the vN refers to a revision of my phone. Which
phone do I have? Is it marked
On Fri, Aug 22, 2008 at 8:22 AM, arne anka [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
and I can guess that the vN refers to a revision of my phone. Which
phone do I have? Is it marked somewhere?
this has been discussed several times and exhaustingly.
wherever you look, mailinglist archives or wiki you should
to collect GPS data for scientific field work (forestry,
The page was started on 17 August 2008 mostly as a thought exercise.
Please jump in and add to it.
Openmoko community mailing list
I was kind of surprised that gpsd didn't give me a simple way to just get the
current location, I
had to capture 5 sentences to do that simple thing
I tried to used gpsd with my GPS base station my recollection was that
it was totally useless for that. I assume that it will be
Is there an easy way to suspend for a time period (say 8 hours) or set
a realtime clock to it wake up? I set BIOS this way on my desktop -
cron shuts it down at midnight and BIOS wakes up every morning at 7.
Works quite well to save power.
On Thu, Aug 7, 2008 at 10:54 AM, Lorn Potter [EMAIL
smart arse answer. There is no BIOS. ;)
Not intentionally -- just drawing an analogy as a means of exposition
Some time ago in any of the openmoko lists someone proposed a solution for
I will try searching for it later. A block diagram of what's in the
phone would be nice for
Yesterday when I was running ASU and had had the FR plugged in
overnight to its charger I looked at its screen and there was a popup
window was saying your battery is really low, better recharge it
soon (I paraphrase). I figured it was wrong. Since I was about to
reflash it with FSO I checked the
When you are collecting data you might also keep in mind conditions
vary a lot according to the current satellite constellation. You
should include the count of satellites in view and the pdop number
with your results data.
You can do some planning to make sure you don't run one test when
On Sat, Aug 2, 2008 at 7:36 PM, Stephen Pape [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I can't find openmoko-agpsui in the repositories anymore, and the links to
download it are broken on the wiki.
I'm pretty sure that tangogps used to be in the repository too. I can't even
install it from the ipk.
I'd love to volunteer to tidy the wiki up. Also, it might be better to just
fork the openmoko wiki and make another one (Since the GNU FDL allows it, and
the 'openmoko' URL isn't entirely appropriate if we're talking about
Debian+Android running on a Treo, as an example.) How would all of
Besides the point that a small pocket-IMU would be great. To GPS jumts
that big exist? As fas as i understand GPS it should have little jitter.
Trimble had a few GPS models out with dead reckoning. Not pocket
sized. I think they are all off the market now. I got one off Ebay a
few weeks ago
Added wiki page
On Wed, Jul 30, 2008 at 11:11 AM, Joerg Reisenweber [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
The GSM-connector to be found near one of the screws (see [disassembling Neo
1973] in wiki) is:
MURATA MM8430-2610RB3 SMD RF TEST
Maybe you are not happy because you think it's just a phone. To me
it's a complete programmable handheld computer which happens to have a
GSM phone feature. The phone is a fairly insignificant feature for
some of us. If all you want is a phone, go to the supermarket, they
have really nice ones
Okay -- I see your perspective and I agree but I think people are
calling it a phone because that's a convenient handle. For my 10
minute test yesterday it worked just like a phone. I dialed, it
connected. It rang, I answered. Another 10 minutes and I'd probably
know how to answer on the first
Sounds messy, what's wrong with using a drill (after separating case
and circuit board of course)?
A soldering iron makes a nice neat hole and a little nasty toxic smoke.
A drill sheds little bits of plastic that are static charged so they
are sticky and migrate to inconvenient places.
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