Re: [QtMoko] handset is (almost) unusable for voice calls with background noise

2010-06-15 Thread Peter Nijs
On Tuesday 15 June 2010 10:58:41 Joerg Reisenweber wrote: Some FR have a problem of 2 capacitors in path to earpiece reducing max possible earpiece level, while others have a correct 2 pcs 0R wire instead. Actually for those I heard several complaints earpiece is too loud :-) I also have

parts for the buzzfix

2010-06-09 Thread Peter Nijs
Hello, I'm searching for the parts for the buzz-fix so I could do it myself. I only find it quite difficult to difficult to find the needed components: 2K2 0402 smd resistor and a small ceramic 100µF smd cap. On farnell you have to be a company and digikey charges 18 Euro transport costs :O.

Re: parts for the buzzfix

2010-06-09 Thread Peter Nijs
On Wednesday 09 June 2010 15:20:51 Paul Fertser wrote: Peter Nijs moko...@depeje.net writes: find it quite difficult to difficult to find the needed components: 2K2 0402 smd resistor and a small ceramic 100µF smd cap. It'd be a bit too long for me to send you the parts but i can suggest

Re: parts for the buzzfix

2010-06-09 Thread Peter Nijs
On Wednesday 09 June 2010 18:23:16 Jan Girlich wrote: Am Mittwoch, den 09.06.2010, 14:49 +0200 schrieb Peter Nijs: Is there anyone on this list who can send a cap and some resistors to somewhere near Leuven, Belgium in an envelope for a reasonable price? I should have some of the resistors

Re: Fwd: [Shr-User] What's going on in SHR land

2009-12-04 Thread Peter Nijs
Hi, On Monday 02 November 2009 10:59:42 Sander van Grieken wrote: Thanks for the update! Ever since I saw that the SHR feeds didn't get updated for a while I compiled SHR myself from the shr/import branch, so I already knew that there was a lot of activity going on under the radar.

Re: [opimd] Call from opimd-contacts isn't working

2009-11-14 Thread Peter Nijs
On Monday 09 November 2009 14:38:45 Sebastian Krzyszkowiak wrote: On 11/9/09, Peter Nijs moko...@depeje.net wrote: Hello, I never succeed in calling someone from the opimd-contacts application. There is just no response. When you would expect the dailer (standard shr) to pop up

[opimd] Call from opimd-contacts isn't working

2009-11-08 Thread Peter Nijs
Hello, I never succeed in calling someone from the opimd-contacts application. There is just no response. When you would expect the dailer (standard shr) to pop up, it doesn't. Running opimd-contacts from the commandline doesn't reveal much. At startup I just get: r...@fry ~ $ opimd-contacts

Re: [OM2009] airplane mode

2009-06-20 Thread Peter Nijs
On Saturday 20 June 2009 16:00:10 Al Johnson wrote: On Friday 19 June 2009, Petr Vanek wrote: - FSO has a bug in reporting the speed - you will notice in speed above 200km - check between shr settings and tango - FSO is quite unable to get a fix while in 1m altitude and (or) high

Re: Fennec on TR4

2009-06-08 Thread Peter Nijs
Hey, I've found more builds for arm here: ftp://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/mobile/ . I just copied the content of the archives (I've tried b1rc2, b1rc3 and the nightly build from 7 june 2009) in /usr/lib/ over the original (from pkg) folder. But running fennec then gives me:

microsoft patent with idea's from this list

2009-02-03 Thread Peter Nijs
I've just read a (Dutch) news article (http://tweakers.net/nieuws/58158/microsoft-wil-brug-tussen-smartphone-en-pc- patenteren.html) which describes a new patent microsoft filed. In the article is a link to an English description of the patent.

Re: microsoft patent with idea's from this list

2009-02-03 Thread Peter Nijs
On Tuesday 03 February 2009 15:11:40 Mathieu Rochette wrote: Peter Nijs wrote: I've just read a (Dutch) news article (http://tweakers.net/nieuws/58158/microsoft-wil-brug-tussen-smartphone-en -pc- patenteren.html) which describes a new patent microsoft filed. In the article is a link

Re: microsoft patent with idea's from this list

2009-02-03 Thread Peter Nijs
On Tuesday 03 February 2009 20:10:08 arne anka wrote: (http://v3.espacenet.com/publicationDetails/description?CC=WONR=20090123 44A2KC=A2FT=Ddate=20090122DB=EPODOClocale=en_US) i didn't read it fully, but how does that differ from a simple hub or the common docking station well known to

Re: Dead FR: does not boot IT NOW DOES

2009-01-22 Thread Peter Nijs
Borrowing a nokia battery isn't difficult, but it's not good pr for the freerunner tho. depeje On Thursday 22 January 2009 16:25:37 Eildert Groeneveld wrote: Just to update all of you: meanwhile the FR is alive again. None of tricks mentioned here cut, except replacing the apparently totally

Re: Dead FR: does not boot

2009-01-19 Thread Peter Nijs
You could try hooking the battery connector of the freerunner directly to an alternative 4,5V source, like a battery. With the original battery in the freerunner you can check the polarity. Remove the original battery before connecting the alternative one. If, with a full 4,5 battery, your

Re: debian and openoffice

2009-01-17 Thread Peter Nijs
Are you running out of ram? I've already seen processes vanish when running out of ram and swap. Earlyer today I've seen a post about how to add swap space. I've never used debian or openoffice on my freerunner, maybe it's possible, I haven't invesigated it. Openoffice seems just such a heavy

Re: results of a survey maemo vs openmoko

2009-01-16 Thread Peter Nijs
They wanted to only let active members take part in the survey if I remember correctly. By sending the mail to the mailinglist they can't prevent non- active users not to participate. depeje On Thursday 15 January 2009 18:47:46 Joseph Reeves wrote: Did anyone else ignore the original survey as

Re: stupid networking question

2009-01-13 Thread Peter Nijs
Sadly, this doesn't work on my suse (/etc/sysconfig/...) based system. depeje On Thursday 08 January 2009 12:58:09 Thomas Otterbein wrote: FYI: On my kubuntu (ubuntu with KDE installed by default) using the KDE NetworkManager I followed the advices on

Re: [2008.12] problem flashing u-boot

2009-01-10 Thread Peter Nijs
I also have a similar problem and an easy workaround. I have the next files in the next folders: flash/ flash/dfu-util flash/2008.9/ flash/2008.9/uImage.bin flash/2008.9/rootfs.jffs2 flash/2008.12/uImage.bin flash/2008.12/rootfs.jffs2 flash/qtextended/. When I do: # cd flash # ./dfu-util -a

Re: stupid networking question

2009-01-07 Thread Peter Nijs
On my opensuse 11.1 kde installation, Knetworkmanager also _seems_ to do this. What really happens is that knetworkmanager tries to also connect with the FR on interface usb0. This is because I have set up a rule to autoconnect to a wired network with dhcp. For some reason it also applies to

Re: Using mplayer with seme desktop symbols for streaming stations and wlan :-)

2009-01-04 Thread Peter Nijs
I've seen one in the angstom-distribution's repo. depeje On Sunday 04 January 2009 15:30:13 lollisoft wrote: Hi, I am sad. The new version in testing from today does not contain an installable mplayer. Where must I go to download one for my FR ? Thanks Lothar kimaidou wrote: Hi Guys

wifi using GUI in 2008.9

2008-12-07 Thread Peter Nijs
Hi, The wiki says that I can use the gui in the settings-application to even connect to a wpa2 protected network. Now I tried that with an open network and it works. (except for rerouting, which I still have to do using terminal. It also thinks it failed even when it succeeded.) But I was

Re: wifi using GUI in 2008.9

2008-12-07 Thread Peter Nijs
On Sunday 07 December 2008 12:17:19 arne anka wrote: Isn't there a way to preload the neo with the key via ssh in a config file? /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf My accesspoint is configured in wpa_supplicant, but the gui keeps asking me for the key. Should I just not fill it in

Re: power-on without battery!

2008-11-11 Thread Peter Nijs
I think you should be more concerned with the clips that hold the back cover on your phone. I only remove the cover (very carefully) when my phone freezes). It's also easier to find a new battery insted of finding a new back cover for the freerunner. depeje Op Tuesday 11 November 2008

Re: (OM2008.9) Weird death on connecting USB

2008-11-09 Thread Peter Nijs
I have that same behaviour when connecting my freerunner to a zingg hub dynamo charger. mvg, depeje Op Sunday 19 October 2008 19:14:34 schreef Paul: Hi all, Been running OM2008.9 for a while (from uSD) and that's pretty okay. Just now however I noticed: After having the FR on for about a

minimo segfaults when surfing to ssl sites with non-standard ports

2008-11-09 Thread Peter Nijs
To be able to use the wireless lan in my college I have to authenticate myself thrue an ssl encrypted site. When I use minimo for that (the only browser that knows something about ssl on the freerunner) it segfaults. Attached to this mail is the output file of #wget http://www.google.be . You

Re: Use gps for clock correction

2008-08-17 Thread Peter Nijs
That works, thanks! Op Friday 15 August 2008 13:59:17 schreef vale: gpssight can do that: opkg install http://projects.openmoko.org/frs/download.php/227/gpssight_0.8.4_freerunner .armv4t.ipk signature.asc Description: This is a digitally signed message part.

Re: Use gps for clock correction

2008-08-17 Thread Peter Nijs
I've put this solution in the wiki. http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Setting_Date_and_Time#Setting_the_date.2Ftime_automatically_with_gps Peter Op Friday 15 August 2008 13:59:17 schreef vale: gpssight can do that: opkg install

Use gps for clock correction

2008-08-14 Thread Peter Nijs
Is there a way to use the clock of the gps to correct the hardware clock of the neo? A button sync hw clock in agpsui would be nice. Maybe later it could be a daemon (like ntpd) that does this as soon as the gps chip knows the gps time. Peter signature.asc Description: This is a digitally

Re: opkg: Could not obtain administrative lock (Om2008.8)

2008-08-09 Thread Peter Nijs
The graphical installer uses packagekit. This doesn't close when you close the installer. So if you want to use opkg after having used the installer, run killall packagekit first. Peter Op Saturday 09 August 2008 06:03:32 schreef Nathan Kinkade: Installed the Om2008.8 images announced today

Re: Om 2008.8 doesn't ask for my pin so no gsm available

2008-08-09 Thread Peter Nijs
In an attempt to make it work (which failed btw) I installed these packages from the standard repos: -gsm0710mux -libgsmd -gsmd-plugins -libmokogsmd2-0 -qtopia-phone-x11-libgsm + all dependency's Since it still doesn't work, the question is if they are necessary to be able to use the openmoko

Re: Freerunner-powered bike ride

2008-08-08 Thread Peter Nijs
You can find water-proof cases here. http://www.otterbox.be/index1.html?lang=nlgclid=CJ3C0v_B_pQCFROI1Qod-hyCqg I haven't checked if it actually fits. Peter Nijs Op Monday 04 August 2008 05:27:14 schreef Tim Erwin: I took some photos and uploaded them to my blog: http://andre.web-yard.de

Re: Freerunner ?hibernates? while flashing?

2008-08-08 Thread Peter Nijs
I also have experienced this annoing shutdowns while I was in U-Boot, but not during flashing. Peter Op Thursday 07 August 2008 22:36:27 schreef Christophe Badoit: Rorschach a écrit : Hi, when I go into the NOR-Flash to flash my rootfs or the kernel and I do nothing for ~30 sec the

Re: Fast questions (email, GPRS, WiFi...)

2008-07-26 Thread Peter Nijs
mainly a bug in udhcpc which maibe isn't fully compatible with my edimax router and dhcp server. Peter Nijs Op Friday 25 July 2008 01:27:58 schreef Peter Nijs: With udhcpc eth0 immediatly after ifup eth0 I seem to get an IP (reproducably!). I also did ifdown usb0 now before I did ifup eth0. I

Re: Fast questions (email, GPRS, WiFi...)

2008-07-24 Thread Peter Nijs
. Sometimes, in very rare cases I can get a decent lease. But that is not reproducible. I think it's happened three times to me the last three days. Anyone knows how I could get an IP reliably? Peter Nijs Op Sunday 13 July 2008 01:05:12 schreef Jim Morris: arne anka wrote: well, i did what

Re: Fast questions (email, GPRS, WiFi...)

2008-07-24 Thread Peter Nijs
With udhcpc eth0 immediatly after ifup eth0 I seem to get an IP (reproducably!). I also did ifdown usb0 now before I did ifup eth0. I was planning to that _after_ I got an IP on eth0. Thanks for the help! Peter Nijs Op Thursday 24 July 2008 23:09:12 schreef Jim Morris: Make sure you do ifdown

Re: Delay is getting worse...

2008-06-20 Thread Peter Nijs
Done https://admin-trac.openmoko.org/trac/ticket/1422 Peter Op Friday 20 June 2008 02:07:03 schreef Steven Kurylo: Here it is: Received: from sita.openmoko.org (sita.openmoko.org [88.198.124.203]) by circe.telenet-ops.be (Postfix) with ESMTP id 77C2133F5B for [EMAIL

Re: Why not use forum?

2008-06-19 Thread Peter Nijs
Op Thursday 19 June 2008 08:40:58 schreef Dr. H. Nikolaus Schaller: Am 18.06.2008 um 21:08 schrieb Stroller: On 18 Jun 2008, at 12:45, Ewan Marshall wrote: ... Also how do you get unread message notification on forums? ... forums only do whole threads, not individual post in thread.

Re: Delay is getting worse...

2008-06-19 Thread Peter Nijs
I received this mail around 22:40 UTC+1. (the time I downloaded my pop mail). I saw on the list archive someone asked for the headers, so here are they. I haven't gotten that mail already though. I have checked my mail every half hour this evening. Peter == Mail with headers. ===

Re: SV: delay in recieving mails

2008-06-16 Thread Peter Nijs
I've also got the delay. And I've only got the delay for this list. All other mails sent from anywhere in the world get to my mailbox immediatly. Peter Op Monday 16 June 2008 00:32:24 schreef Jörgen Lidholm: I get them very fast, my guess is it's probably something with your service provider.

Re: bluetooth proximity

2008-06-16 Thread Peter Nijs
One can also measure the signal strength. I don't know how accurate that is. KDE has a tool that locks the desktop if you (and your bluetooth phone ofcourse) are to far away. Peter Op Monday 16 June 2008 15:59:45 schreef Alexey Feldgendler: On Mon, 16 Jun 2008 12:24:27 +0200, W. B.

Re: Acceleration in our pockets

2008-06-13 Thread Peter Nijs
[EMAIL PROTECTED] escribió: De: Joerg Reisenweber [EMAIL PROTECTED] Asunto: Re: Acceleration in our pockets Para: community@lists.openmoko.org CC: Peter Nijs [EMAIL PROTECTED] Fecha: jueves, 12 junio, 2008 2:37 Am Do 12

Re: [OT] compiz and other unproductive candy

2008-06-12 Thread Peter Nijs
Op Thursday 12 June 2008 09:15:10 schreef Cedric Cellier: -[ Wed, Jun 11, 2008 at 04:13:19PM +0100, Andy Powell ] And better yet for productivity, at least for a developper : do not use any workspace that require management. :-) Sorry, but that just doesn't make sense at all. If

Re: Acceleration in our pockets

2008-06-12 Thread Peter Nijs
Op Tuesday 10 June 2008 10:11:23 schreef Andy Green: Somebody in the thread at some point said: | I have seen it this morning in the planet.openmoko.com, | http://unadventure.wordpress.com/2008/06/08/accelerating-in-my-pocket/ | Andrzej balrog-kun Zaborowski was able to use mplayer with glamo

Re: Free Runner price vs iphone 3G price

2008-06-11 Thread Peter Nijs
I pay my carrier €50 per year on avarage. And buying an OM will not increase that amount. Peter On Tuesday 10 June 2008 19:56:44 ian douglas write: Robert Taylor wrote: You pay through the nose for it because you HAVETO sign up for a 2 year contract minimum. Granted, the Apple and ATT

Re: Free Runner price vs Meizu M8 price

2008-06-11 Thread Peter Nijs
U also have to know that running linux doesn't mean it's open. Some Telenet digiboxes (The onlything in Belgium that can receive the encrypted DBV-C) run Linux, but they are the most closed devices I've ever seen, and they also fail in what they are designed to do. I assume they where designed

Re: QVGA V/s VGA for GTA03 (was something about yummy CPU-GPU combos!)

2008-06-08 Thread Peter Nijs
Op Sunday 08 June 2008 14:25:35 schreef Carsten Haitzler: On Sun, 8 Jun 2008 09:02:03 +0200 Dr. H. Nikolaus Schaller [EMAIL PROTECTED] babbled: but there is definitely a i want as insane a dpi as i can get group here. this is for sure. the question is - is it really the majority of