Al Johnson wrote:
Depending on what NeoControl does my suggestion below may or may not
Well... it did. A bit. But not enough to make people I call happy :(
So, I tried install SHR-unstable from 19th. June on another partition
and according to a quick test/poll, the sound in the
I've installed Qtmoko V24 on a buzzfixed Freerunner, but people still
complain that there's so much noise in the other end that it's
impossible to understand.
I've checked that the ALSA state file is about the same a recommended
for buzz fixed phones.
I'm wondering whether there some
You can tweak alsa state in NeoControl application.
Yeah,.. but I'm ok with editing
However... I discovered that NeoControl shows 127 for playback while my
gsmhandset.state has 110.
Is it so, that Qtmoko will apply it's own
Peter Mogensen wrote:
So do anyone have pointers to fool-proof 1024 bug detection on QtMoko
Ok... upgrade to V22 and the problem with no network seemed to be
solved by a cold start.
Now QtMoko runs and the phone works with deep_sleep enabled, though it
is not 1024-fixed. This is probably
I'm about to wake up from having spend the last year being 100%
dependent on a always working phone, so the FR have been on the shelf.
Now, I'm trying to figure out if I should have the phone #1024 fixed.
Initial tests on SHR using the deep-sleep-check.py script from the Wiki
Robin Paulson wrote:
i've never understood the fascination of linux users with keeping
systems up for days and months on end. sure, it's great for a server
hosting web sites, or in a corporate environment, but for a home
system? it comes across as nothing more than who's the most '1337',
arne anka wrote:
well, i did
# fsoraw -r WiFi -- wpa_supplicant -ieth0 -Dwext
which resulted in
[snip a lot]
I get excatly the same.
Only once have I managed to get a DHCP lease, but the network failed
Paul Fertser wrote:
Adam Jimerson vend...@gmail.com writes:
Same here I would like to know how to connect to a network without using the
0. So, clean boot, you didn't touch resource policies in any way (SHR
1. Then ``vim
Jon Levell wrote:
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So far on my FR, I've mostly been typing non-dictionary words so the
predictive keyboard has been getting in my way.
Actually... I think I have only one finger friendly solution which will
A friend of mine asked if he could get some accidentally deleted text
messages back from his SIM card - so I started looking into how a SIM
works and how to communicated with it.
It seems that there's no AT-commands which will give you deleted
messages - right?
If AT+CMGR or similar will
Yaroslav Halchenko wrote:
Unfortunately it still does lack some basic phone functionality
(mailbox alters, stable alarm etc)
SHR seems to have stable alarm, so it'll come.
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I was considering starting to use the Neo as a daily phone, so I need to
Are there anything special I need to consider to make the partitioning
compatible with future Qi bootloader?
I thought of making a few smaller partitions for different kernels and a
few larger of different
I just wanted to congratulate the FSO team for their new images.
For the first time I have perfect sound over GSM. No echo, no buzz.
There's some other problems though, but I'm sure they are minor.
One problem I have had with every distribution and I haven't seen
mentioned else where is
Warren Baird wrote:
I haven't tried FSO yet - maybe I should now - but I've been using
QTExtended 4.4.2 for a bit over a week now, and it seems to be much more
responsive - when I was running the 2008.8 based images I regularly
missed calls because by the time the phone started to ring, my
Ole Kliemann wrote:
Me as well as several others - as I read here on the lists - have bought
our FR when it was released somehow expecting it being consumer-ready.
It was the general notion that GTA01 was for developers, GTA02 for
Well... It would be too optimistic to expect a
Michael 'Mickey' Lauer wrote:
Am Montag, den 29.09.2008, 20:18 -0400 schrieb digger vermont:
Yeah, I'm all for frameworkd! Problem is as far as I can see it's not
currently being used to configure the PWR button, at least as far as I
can see. So what is currently telling the PWR button to
Dr. Morpheus wrote:
I get the impression updates are staged fairly well for stable. I use
(and it runs fantatsic at the moment, can use as a daily phone) and updates
are pushed pretty much every day.
Testing = FSO / Zhone?
FSO release images are available here:
I've been trying to get FSO D-bus api working on the OM-testing
distribution (from http://downloads.openmoko.org/daily/)
The zhone package available in testing installs fine and D-bus seems to
work. I can query with mickeydbus and I can see incoming events when I
call the phone.
William Kenworthy wrote:
I am afraid I am going to have to delete 2008.8 and forget it ever
existed. Despite very little of it working, I was giving it a go but I
just had a bug I raised on the keyboard closed with works for me
saying in effect they are only willing to work on the existing
Yaroslav Halchenko wrote:
qtopia has 1 very annoying to me issue though -- if I receive a phone
call, and click on answer button -- it takes 2-4 seconds for the phone
to actually react -- thus I often lost some phone calls which is
well... part of the problem is that the hangup
Dale Maggee wrote:
Firstly, it's *gorgeous* - eyecandy city! I *really* like the look and
feel of it! It's much more friendly and less 'clunky' feeling than 2007.2.
Hmm.. let's just say I'm impressed by how good Qtopia on X11 actually
performs. Some of the earlier snapshots were really slow,
I flashed the new kernel and image but if I boot now I'm not getting
asked for a pin. There's no gsm in 2008.8 for me...
This seem to be a common problem.
The PIN-dialog does come up once in a while though. Restarting the
X-server can make it appear.
But even though to enter the correct PIN
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