Am 08.12.2008 um 13:38 schrieb Joseph Reeves:
GTK support seems mildly improved in the testing release, but I'm
still having big troubles with it. Note, that relatively simple GTK
apps, such as TangoGPS work without issue.
We're running a complex GTK app:
Am 12.11.2008 um 14:55 schrieb Sam Kuper:
I understand the MP3 patent issue reasonably well, but couldn't OM use
LAME? Users could be asked to compile the software themselves
(providing it wasn't made terribly difficult), if that's an issue...
Or have I missed the point?
Am 10.11.2008 um 09:51 schrieb Ray Chao:
Due to the license issue, it seems we took out a package and this is
reason gstreamer failed to install. And we couldn't distribute this
Wrong. Please package Qtopia again.
bitbake -cinstall -f qtopia-phone-x11 (on
On Tuesday 28 October 2008 06:11:54 Yaroslav Halchenko wrote:
also it seems to be not 'patched' in the view of contacts whenever it is
called from the dialer (person icon) -- and that is the most often
place where I look for contacts... now I will need to start contacts
first I guess, heh heh
On Tuesday 28 October 2008 16:00:28 Yaroslav Halchenko wrote:
So I guess additional piece in Contacts code wasn't patched or I am not
running desired version of qpe (using last FDOM without additional
No idea what FDOM is using as versions..
On Monday 13 October 2008 15:12:55 Daniel Nöthen wrote:
I finally found a place in the qtopia sources where I could put code for
echo suppression for every incoming/outgoing call.
I'm quite sure that experienced qtopia programmers would find a better
place for it.
On Thursday 25 September 2008 16:50:14 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
It's been a long time since the last real update of packages for the
Everyday I do opkg update and opkg upgrade and all that comes down is
the angstrom version file.
Since there are still a lot of bugs to
On Friday 26 September 2008 13:14:54 Christoph Siegenthaler wrote:
P.S. Why can't the default openmoko images not provide descent alsa state
Do you have more details? Which state files are descent and why? The Openmoko
images use the state files that are in the openmoko svn. The
On Thursday 18 September 2008 19:05:51 Marco Trevisan (Treviño) wrote:
Ok, I was right... The latest upgrade to phonevendor plugin in git
blocked it 
Grab this  and put it in /opt/Qtopia/plugins/phonevendors. Restart
the phone (reloading qpe wasn't enough to me) and it should work.
On Tuesday 09 September 2008 16:44:21 Dylan Reilly wrote:
Pulseaudio is not installed by default (at least it shouldn't).
Openmoko community mailing list
On Sunday 07 September 2008 21:55:50 Jean-Eric Cuendet wrote:
When I try to compile Illume I have:
autopoint: *** Missing version: please specify in configure.in through a
line 'AM_GNU_GETTEXT_VERSION(x.yy.zz)' the gettext version the package is
On Sunday 07 September 2008 02:22:40 Hypnotize wrote:
I cant get openocd working (with Debug Board v3 and GTA02), I just get this
$ openocd -f /etc/openocd/openocd.conf
Info:openocd.c:84 main(): Open On-Chip Debugger (2007-01-31 12:00 CET)
On Wednesday 03 September 2008 23:10:29 Florian Hackenberger wrote:
Can someone from the OM buildhost team please tell me which git branch
is used to build the update packages which are enabled by default on
the image which can be downloaded here:
On Thursday 04 September 2008 11:15:08 Xavier Cremaschi wrote:
on my old Nokia 9210 (8 years old, rest in peace) and on my new
Freerunner running Qtopia, I had the choice to reveal or to hide my
phone number to my correspondent.
It was just an option in a configuration panel (I
On Monday 01 September 2008 02:44:47 Lorn Potter wrote:
The fix for this seems to be this:
The only difference is that our log message still says 'W' while we handled
On Saturday 30 August 2008 05:29:38 Stroller wrote:
On 29 Aug 2008, at 11:36, regina wrote:
when you guys Report please follow below thing otherwise *we will
that ticket immediately.*
Please Read this first http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/
On Friday 29 August 2008 12:36:46 regina wrote:
Hi guys :-)
testing team use trac system quite often and i have discovered Trac is
Thanks, and I'm sick of fixing components, removing milestones, asking for log
files and installed software and people coming late to the party and
On Wednesday 20 August 2008 15:23:34 Kevin Zuber wrote:
I've just noticed on a new testing repository on
downloads.openmoko.org . Are that the official update feeds for ASU
or another distribution? Is the merge of the two branches finished?
Should I use this repo instead of the zecke
On Monday 18 August 2008 19:51:51 Francesco de Virgilio wrote:
simple dirty question:
does OpenMoko support WxPython? Or developers *must* use only PyGtk? If
don't, will be any possibility to have WxPython supported in future on
One is free to submit a wxPython recipe to OE, I'm
On Monday 18 August 2008 18:07:57 Warren Baird wrote:
I've been running OM2008.8 on my freerunner for a little over a week now.
For about a week, SMS's worked fine, but for the last few days the SMSs I
receive have been garbled - a mixture of characters like ?Èù¥£ì
On Monday 18 August 2008 22:26:35 Lothar Behrens wrote:
Am 18.08.2008 um 22:05 schrieb Holger Freyther:
On Monday 18 August 2008 21:11:02 Lothar Behrens wrote:
I found wxgtk libraries that could be installed on the FreeRunner.
there also some aoolications based on or include
On Monday 18 August 2008 22:09:44 Daniel Benoy wrote:
I agree. I think the issue is that people don't realize it's a finger
keyboard. I showed it to my friends at work and they said That's really
small! and they laughed, having just bragged about their iphone.. and then
I typed in their
On Sunday 17 August 2008 12:22:45 Florian Hackenberger wrote:
I'd like to submit a patch for navit, which changes the map dragging
rendering method for the gtk interface (which is used on the Neo).
Before the patch navit rerendered the map on each drag increment, which
was too slow on
On Thursday 14 August 2008 05:25:54 Robert William Hutton wrote:
Holger Freyther wrote:
On Wednesday 13 August 2008 04:08:39 Lorn Potter wrote:
2. Also, speaker phone doesn't work, it just emits a loud constant beep
when in speaker phone mode.
It needs a fixed/working speakerphone alsa state. Same thing probably
happens with other gui's as well.
I said the same but actually
On Wednesday 13 August 2008 00:05:14 Jeffery Davis wrote:
2. Better communication between the development community and the end
user community. I have yet to see anyone say they're pleased
as punch with the keyboard. When almost everyone is unhappy, closing
bugs as 'working as intended' is
On Wednesday 13 August 2008 09:47:51 Florian Lohoff wrote:
In general do not mix feeds and repos, the result is not going to amuse
So which repo line one should add/replace to be able to upgrade to the
newer kernel? My simple approach was to add the daily feed from the
On Wednesday 13 August 2008 12:34:06 Norbert Hartl wrote:
Don't forget the problem reports which are a valuable source of feedback
for those developers. So the bugtracker is also for reporting bugs and
It is. In the SIM PIN Dialog bug the log was really helpful to identify
On Wednesday 13 August 2008 22:07:09 Thomas Köckerbauer wrote:
Btw, how should patches be submitted (trac entry, posting on the project
page, mail, ...)?
trac, mail to raster would work. We might need to make this runtime
configurable... So trac might be the best idea so our PM does see it.
as we need some more time to make the build result of org.openmoko.asu.dev and
org.openmoko.asu.stable available I have an ad-hoc and temporary solution by
providing my build result. So this is from the official branch but my no
means an official feed and will go away once the right thing
On Wednesday 13 August 2008 23:39:06 Rod Whitby wrote:
What I do have a problem with is the current situation where buildhost
builds a daily feed of updates WHICH ARE INCOMPATIBLE with the latest
Openmoko Om2008.08 released image and which cause major confusion
amongst your customer base.
On Tuesday 12 August 2008 22:02:08 Florian Lohoff wrote:
It seems the new kernel needs another epoch bump otherwise opkg will not
detect the kernel to be newer so no upgrade here ...
[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~# opkg list | grep ^kernel
On Monday 11 August 2008 14:15:20 Norbert Hartl wrote:
Since the release of Om2008.8 there were IMHO no further updates
over the feeds. Is this caused by the hard-earned rest of the
exhausted developers or has development switched to a dev branch/feed?
there will be an testing
On Sunday 10 August 2008 23:19:46 Thomas Köckerbauer wrote:
I guess the question goes mainly to raster but I'm happy about replys from
others too :)
I'm living near the German border in Austria and sometimes get a signal
from an Austrian network operator and sometimes from a German
On Sunday 10 August 2008 16:47:53 Yaroslav Halchenko wrote:
It seems that many issues are linked to qpe shipped with 2008.2 thus it
would be great if people know how to get valuable debug information
I didn't install famous 2008.2 yeat so I am asking someone to confirm
that this works (it
On Sunday 10 August 2008 21:26:41 Yaroslav Halchenko wrote:
thank you Thomas! so I guess no need to document anything in wiki ;-)
well, we will set DISTRO_TYPE to release (we had it in for a second and it was
reverted) and then logging of Qtopia will be disabled and you will need to
On Sunday 10 August 2008 11:50:57 Fredrik Wendt wrote:
iptables said it didn't recognize match/rule/target but SNAT worked with
the same arguments. Can't get my FreeRunner to boot now (completely
dead) so I can't give you the exact error message. I will as soon as my
FreeRunner comes back to
On Sunday 08 June 2008 02:28:42 Carsten Haitzler wrote:
On Sat, 07 Jun 2008 12:19:08 -0700 Dave O'Connor [EMAIL PROTECTED] babbled:
Just out of interest, why don't other countries get access to these
components sooner? Why do Japanese consumers get them first? Do they pay
On Saturday 02 August 2008 02:33:22 Ken Restivo wrote:
I've asked several times where ASU stores its SMS messages, and never got
any straight answer.
Where does it store them? In .evolution or in a different place?
Different place, use the QMailStore API of Qtopia to access it or the Ad-Hoc
On Wednesday 30 July 2008 15:01:52 Andreas Bogk wrote:
They re-enabled the feature in their branch, and went on
On Saturday 26 July 2008 22:52:38 Lorn Potter wrote:
You should write clean code from the start. At WebKit.org we have clear
Coding Style Guidelines and most of it is enforced by review and
pre-commit scripts. Maybe adopting such things for Qtopia would make
I wish you would stop
On Friday 25 July 2008 03:42:10 Christopher White wrote:
I recently pointed opkg towards:
I notice that gpsd in not there. I installed it from
Is there any particular
On Saturday 26 July 2008 07:47:14 Lorn Potter wrote:
I have been told, a lot of them seem to be I don't like the way you do
this, my way is better, or 'code clean-ups', or such that do not fix
any real bugs at all, or are specific to the Neo, and not taking into
consideration that many other
On Saturday 26 July 2008 20:55:15 Christopher White wrote:
I ran into the same issue. After running the above link, I also had to
stop the atd daemon which had /dev/rtc0 open:
# opkg install lsof
# lsof | grep rtc
atd 1334 root3r CHR 254,0
On Saturday 26 July 2008 20:38:14 Christopher White wrote:
I'm having trouble setting the timezone on my phone running ASU. I set
the time/date via the command line (date -s) and that works fine.
Next, I link /etc/localtime:
[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~# ln -sf /usr/share/zoneinfo/America/New_York
On Saturday 26 July 2008 19:53:36 Christopher White wrote:
But other things didn't work now - like Exposure - which worked for a
brief 2 days for me, but now no longer launches again.
This part is known. We had an EFL upgrade that broke the python bindings. The
result is that the python
On Wednesday 23 July 2008 01:38:35 Lorn Potter wrote:
i never mentioned commercial apps nor money.
Yes you did. pay for a license' implies both money and you needing a
commercial license, which implies you intend on producing closed source
maybe he just wants commercial
On Wednesday 23 July 2008 03:39:54 Ken Restivo wrote:
Can someone document what hacks are available to bring the Illume keyboard
back, and to manually trigger it with that little qwerty button that used
to be there, in case the designers decide they don't want users to be able
to type things
On Wednesday 23 July 2008 05:32:34 Stroller wrote:
After all the efforts that Openmoko have made over being open, I am
just amazed that design decisions that affect everyone are being made
Check the openmoko-devel/disto-devel archives from back then. Sure the
decision was made in
On Wednesday 23 July 2008 05:56:41 Jacob Peterson wrote:
Ken, I too feel your pain. I had just stated to get things setup, then I
decided to update and to my surprise, all applications requiring a keyboard
are now useless. I ended up reverting back to the July 21st snapshot for
now, but I
On Friday 18 July 2008 20:32:50 Ole Kliemann wrote:
Not sure whether I missed something. I am looking for a way to import
VCF into qtopia. I could only find the discussion on this list, which, as
far as I understand, covers importing VCF to the GTK addressbook only.
There is also a howto on
On Monday 21 July 2008 14:12:35 Cédric Berger wrote:
What about Qtopia Desktop (application for the PC) ?
Would it fit to manage synchronisation ?
Since download from qtopia website (
http://trolltech.com/developer/downloads/qtopia/desktopdownloads ) has
been disabled (they told me this was
On Saturday 05 July 2008 20:52:30 Kevin Zuber wrote:
now, I got some more infos, but it still doesn't work.
Today I was on an O2 shop, too. They gave me a NEW SIMCARD and I tried it.
Same again. It doesn't want my pin.
I asked the man in the shop and he called someone, after this, he
On Thursday 03 July 2008 21:29:31 Arne Zachlod wrote:
Try with quotes, AT+CPIN= and according to GSM 07.07 CME ERROR. The
general error 3 is operation not allowed.
Openmoko community mailing list
On Wednesday 02 July 2008 23:48:59 Arne Zachlod wrote:
Hej guys, I had got my today and i have tested it, but my 3G card
doesn't function with it. he can't find a network and is unable to get
the pin. (i have disabled pin with another phone, then there was only
the problem that he doesn't find
On Friday 27 June 2008 20:14:26 Lorn Potter wrote:
Openmoko community mailing list
On Thursday 01 May 2008 18:01:38 Bobby Martin wrote:
I sent this before to openmoko-devel and was greeted with a deafening
silence, so I'm resending to a broader audience. As evidenced by a recent
post to openmoko-devel by saurabh gupta, one of the GSoC selectees, this
really is a problem.
some one feels like answering Mr. Jose Manrique Lopez de la Fuente
Jose: This is a community project why do you think it is better to
pick one person (me) instead of asking our community? You just took
some of my valuable spare time which means I will have less time
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