Re: Crowdfunding an Ubuntu smartphone

2013-08-26 Thread Yury Sakarinen



Dr. H. Nikolaus Schaller писал 2013-08-24 17:31:

For me GTA04 is not usable as daily phone. It's now collecting dust 
in shelf.

Why?

1/ poor power management
2/ bugged reenumerating modem

GTA04 is good enough only in some situations. E.g. ok if i carry it 
to work
where i can anytime charge it. When i am on bike 150km from home i 
must have
reliable phone in case that the bike breaks up or in case that i need 
map.


I took GTA04 with 2 batteries and N900 on my bike trip this summer. I 
used
N900 as a phone with SIM card. GTA04 was switched off - i just used 
it for
GPS. But after 4 hours one battery was empty and second battery was 
50% empty
during one night in suspend. On the other hand N900 was working whole 
4 days.

I used it for calls, for wifi in camps and in the end even for GPS.


That is something I still don't understand. From a power budget the 
modem is
specified to have 3-10 mA in suspend while registered to a base 
station.


I have even verified this with an ampere-meter.

And there is only one potential deviation - if there is some
attenuation (e.g. wall)
there may be a situation where the modem receives the base station 
well and

tries to answer/register. But since the base station does not receive
it at all, it
tries with high power. In this case the modem current increases to 
50-100 mA.


BTW: this is the same with almost all mobile devices.

So it must be something in the OMAP system and that is IMHO the same 
as the

N900 has... So pure kernel code.

BTW: this would not change by redesigning the GTA04 into a spare N900 
case...




At that time, as the main developments are in the care of the common 
/ production / communication problems, the community should try to 
implement the microkernel (eg arm port gnu / hurd) on the existing 
architecture GTA02/04, to see the resources consumption of core servers 
(to give chance new mobile platform based on open hardware stack).





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Re: Interview of Jussi Hurmola, Jolla Mobile’s managing director - with a comment on Open Moko

2013-05-21 Thread Yury Sakarinen

Jolla news:

At the core of Jolla is Sailfish, a mobile-optimized OS that has the 
flexibility of a unique, open platform.


http://jolla.com/
https://join.jolla.com/en


Dr. H. Nikolaus Schaller писал 2012-07-25 19:21:

http://www.ossimantylahti.com/2012/07/interview-of-jussi-hurmola-jolla-mobiles-managing-director/
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Re: fairphone??

2013-05-15 Thread Yury Sakarinen

let's wait for first sales, if they are

urodelo писал 2013-05-15 20:30:

yep; i just wonder how can they keep the cost so low with 1500
preordes  and fair working conditions, salary etc... who really
checks the working  conditions in congo or wherever they produce it?

On Wed, 15 May 2013 17:38:05 +0200, Patryk Benderz
patryk.bend...@esp.pl  wrote:


[cut]

what do you think?

AFAIR It was already posted and discussed here. It is cheaper than
GTA04 - they must have invested money to order bigger batch of 
phones.

Specifications looks nice. I still have my working phone, so will not
order it. And even if I was looking for some phone, sadly I can't 
afford
it :(. Even my company does not pay for smart phones more than 
150-200

euro.




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Re: Another open hardware mod experiment: RFID-tag/Reader board for the Freerunner, Nanonote (?) and Beagleboard

2013-01-17 Thread Yury Sakarinen

Hi,

I would like to buy The Freerunner RFID but boards not on sale. Does 
anyone have an extra?


http://www.handheld-linux.com/wiki.php?page=RFID%20Board



Dr. H. Nikolaus Schaller писал 2011-04-11 11:23:

Dear all,
besides the GTA04 and the Freerunner Navigation Board,
we have been working behind the scenes on a new hardware mod,
originally for the Openmoko Freerunner. It is a

RFID Antenna, RFID Tag (M24LR64) and a RFID Reader (TRF7960) board.
For 13 MHz (ISO14443, ISO15693).

The project is still in its beginnings, but the hardware is designed 
and
first samples have been built and appear to work (at least as far as 
we
could test them). And, a first U-Boot based driver running on a 
BeagleBoard
has shown that the RFID reader chip responds and sends interrupts. 
The
tag chip also works and has been tested with an external USB based 
reader

stick.

The boards have solder points so that it should be possible to 
interface
to different SoC and boards, e.g. BeagleBoard, Nanonote, 
OpenPandora...


The minimum wiring is that it nedds 3.3V power, 3 SPI wires and a INT 
line
to a GPIO. If power should be controlled or the SoC has 1.8V I/O, 
more

wires are needed.

For documentation and details I have uploaded some material to
this page:

http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Freerunner_RFID_Board

Schematics and board layout are available in EAGLE format.

Now, what can you do with it? I don't know but would be happy to hear
about ideas...

We have the idea to sell these complete boards at 79 EUR (which
is approx. half the price of a TI eval board), if you are interested 
in

experimenting with this technology.


Nikolaus


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Re: [Community] OpenPhoenux Logo contest - Phase 2 (voting)

2013-01-15 Thread Yury Sakarinen

Voted for Proposition 2. Twice )
Very similar to the Debian.


Thamos писал 2013-01-15 14:58:

Hi all,
I voted for 5, 7, 8 and 10. I liked nearly all logos, so i did choose 
by

exclusion. 1 and 3 where nice eye-catchers, but i didn't find much
relation to the project. Second may be a nice backround picture, but 
i

think it's not scaleable at all. Number for droped out because of
scalability, too. The sixth i liked, but i find it too nerdlike, 
reminds

me somehow of startrek... Number 9 dropped out because i don't see a
direct connection with the tux. This project is about free hardware, 
not
software (despite the fact that we need software, too...)  Proposal 
11 i

can't connect to the project well, too.

Number five i choose because of its eye-catcher abilities. For 
scaling
small one may have to use the phoenix alone, without the device and 
the
whirls underneath. Number 7 i liked because auf it's simplicity. But 
i

don't know, if i have seen something like that already somewhere. I
think proposal 8 does connect at best with our devices. Maybe the 
broken

chain should be symbolised a little bit more clear. The 11th i chose
because it connects well to the fact that its about a hardware 
project,
the symbol alone is nice to use at small scales and i haven't seen 
much

symbols like that already (high recognizability)

so far, my 2 cents...
Thamos


Am 14.01.2013 17:53, schrieb Dr. H. Nikolaus Schaller:

Hi all,
we are currently running a logo contest for the new OpenPhoenux
umbrella project that intends to cover all old and new openmoko
activities.

We have received 11 proposals (and sometimes variants).

You can now participate by judging the proposals. Please think 
about:


	• does it connect to the remains of the original Openmoko project 
(Phoenix from the ashes)?

• is it eye-catching, easily remembered, unique?
• does it show some orientation towards future?
• does it carry a positive, inpiring, flying, pushing attitude?
• does it tell about freedom  openness?
	• do you feel that it represents your OpenPhoenux/OpenMoko 
community?
	• can it be recognized that it has something to do with wireless, 
portable devices (tablet, smartphone, gadgets etc.)?

• does it look equally good in different sizes?

Now please see yourself and submit your votes (up to 4 favourites):

http://www.openphoenux.org/logo/

Please vote until Tuesday evening (15th Jan 2013, GMT).

You may also discuss pros and cons as a followup to this mail.

Nikolaus


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Re: Ubuntu / Firefox OS for Openmoko?

2013-01-15 Thread Yury Sakarinen


acceptable GTA04 price poll results:

up to 300 euro - 22%
up to 400 euro - 48%
up to 500 euro - 15%
up to 600 euro - 15%

Total votes: 27

It would be nice to find a sponsor (fosdem2013 conference), which will 
be able to to compensate GTA04 price difference with the desired ~400 
euros (for whom 13 voted)..!?



Yury Sakarinen писал 2013-01-12 12:13:

Let's count GTA04 interest and preferences:

http://www.easypolls.net/poll.html?p=50f115aae4b04de5024b172e



Bob Ham писал 2013-01-12 01:23:

On Fri, 2013-01-11 at 20:43 +0100, Christoph Pulster wrote:


The hardware GTA04 is based on one person (Nikolaus), the software
QtMoko is based on one person (Radek). My daily cudos for both of 
them.

But I am afraid we really need a broader basis of manpower.


I think it's unfair to mention only Nikolaus and Radek.  There are 
many

people working to push the GTA04 forward:


http://git.freesmartphone.org/?p=cornucopia.git;a=history;f=fsodeviced/conf/GTA04;hb=HEAD

http://git.shr-project.org/git/?p=meta-smartphone.git;a=history;f=meta-openmoko/conf/machine/om-gta04.conf;hb=HEAD

https://github.com/neilbrown/linux/commits/gta04/mainline/arch/arm/mach-omap2/board-omap3gta04.c


I don't think we necessarily need any more manpower.  To say 
that is

to say: I want people to do things for me.  Indeed, we all want 1000
programmers to start working on FSO and QtMoko so that our phones 
become

sweet bastions of freedom and coolness.  Alas, there is only us.

It is worth remembering that a factor in attracting programmers is 
the

ratio between (1) how much effort we spend complaining about how few
programmers the are and trying to attract more, and (2) how much 
effort

we spend creating useful systems with a small number of programmers.
Paradoxically, a focus on the latter is much more likely to attract 
new

contributors.

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Re: Ubuntu / Firefox OS for Openmoko?

2013-01-15 Thread Yury Sakarinen


Phoenix's Thirteen (c)


Yury Sakarinen писал 2013-01-15 16:18:

acceptable GTA04 price poll results:

up to 300 euro - 22%
up to 400 euro - 48%
up to 500 euro - 15%
up to 600 euro - 15%

Total votes: 27

It would be nice to find a sponsor (fosdem2013 conference), which
will be able to to compensate GTA04 price difference with the desired
~400 euros (for whom 13 voted)..!?


Yury Sakarinen писал 2013-01-12 12:13:

Let's count GTA04 interest and preferences:

http://www.easypolls.net/poll.html?p=50f115aae4b04de5024b172e



Bob Ham писал 2013-01-12 01:23:

On Fri, 2013-01-11 at 20:43 +0100, Christoph Pulster wrote:


The hardware GTA04 is based on one person (Nikolaus), the software
QtMoko is based on one person (Radek). My daily cudos for both of 
them.

But I am afraid we really need a broader basis of manpower.


I think it's unfair to mention only Nikolaus and Radek.  There are 
many

people working to push the GTA04 forward:


http://git.freesmartphone.org/?p=cornucopia.git;a=history;f=fsodeviced/conf/GTA04;hb=HEAD

http://git.shr-project.org/git/?p=meta-smartphone.git;a=history;f=meta-openmoko/conf/machine/om-gta04.conf;hb=HEAD

https://github.com/neilbrown/linux/commits/gta04/mainline/arch/arm/mach-omap2/board-omap3gta04.c


I don't think we necessarily need any more manpower.  To say 
that is
to say: I want people to do things for me.  Indeed, we all want 
1000
programmers to start working on FSO and QtMoko so that our phones 
become

sweet bastions of freedom and coolness.  Alas, there is only us.

It is worth remembering that a factor in attracting programmers is 
the
ratio between (1) how much effort we spend complaining about how 
few
programmers the are and trying to attract more, and (2) how much 
effort
we spend creating useful systems with a small number of 
programmers.
Paradoxically, a focus on the latter is much more likely to attract 
new

contributors.

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Re: Ubuntu / Firefox OS for Openmoko

2013-01-12 Thread Yury Sakarinen
Dear Diary. For me gta04 expensive. I'm willing to buy it for the same 
price I bought my freerunner 5 years ago in Idasystems. It is about 385 
euros plus delivery. Note: for this price, I buy only the motherboard 
without a case and screen. If it were possible to sell all produced for 
this moment GTA04 to ~15 gta02 owners who downloaded images 
(http://sourceforge.net/projects/qtmoko/files/GTA02/) at this price, 
then perhaps there would be a push to develop and more talks about 
gta04. Also I think that near 50 people stayed on older distributions 
openmoko (or shr). And I think that is all active community now.


robin писал 2013-01-11 22:04:


The biggest problem I see with the GTA04 is
the very limited amount of active developers and the reliability of 
the distri-
butions. I don't think it can handle much more losses on the 
developer side
or it would simply die (as Christoph stated currently there is only 
one
preorder for a GTA05...). I think it is a good decision of the 
developers to
keep supporting the GTA02s as much as they can, as these are the 
closest users

to go for a GTA04.




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Re: Ubuntu / Firefox OS for Openmoko?

2013-01-12 Thread Yury Sakarinen

Let's count GTA04 interest and preferences:

http://www.easypolls.net/poll.html?p=50f115aae4b04de5024b172e



Bob Ham писал 2013-01-12 01:23:

On Fri, 2013-01-11 at 20:43 +0100, Christoph Pulster wrote:


The hardware GTA04 is based on one person (Nikolaus), the software
QtMoko is based on one person (Radek). My daily cudos for both of 
them.

But I am afraid we really need a broader basis of manpower.


I think it's unfair to mention only Nikolaus and Radek.  There are 
many

people working to push the GTA04 forward:


http://git.freesmartphone.org/?p=cornucopia.git;a=history;f=fsodeviced/conf/GTA04;hb=HEAD

http://git.shr-project.org/git/?p=meta-smartphone.git;a=history;f=meta-openmoko/conf/machine/om-gta04.conf;hb=HEAD

https://github.com/neilbrown/linux/commits/gta04/mainline/arch/arm/mach-omap2/board-omap3gta04.c


I don't think we necessarily need any more manpower.  To say that 
is

to say: I want people to do things for me.  Indeed, we all want 1000
programmers to start working on FSO and QtMoko so that our phones 
become

sweet bastions of freedom and coolness.  Alas, there is only us.

It is worth remembering that a factor in attracting programmers is 
the

ratio between (1) how much effort we spend complaining about how few
programmers the are and trying to attract more, and (2) how much 
effort

we spend creating useful systems with a small number of programmers.
Paradoxically, a focus on the latter is much more likely to attract 
new

contributors.

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Re: [QtMoko] MokoFaen theme v2

2013-01-10 Thread Yury Sakarinen
Hi, list (and Joif if u still here coz I remember u gonna leave FR dev 
for another phone).


Is it possible to use old-school style (Faengo, Finxy? don't remember 
now, sorry) icons instead Faience in MokoFaen theme v2? Old icons were 
large and very clear and comfortable.


Faience icons seems smaller compared to iPhone and other smart phones 
icons.

And given the fact that the screen we have less..

So, need I make (hack) a new theme, or may simply overwrite icons? 
Sure, i want stay with small upper menu and other goodies.


francesco.dev...@mailoo.org писал 2012-07-01 14:34:


Updates:
- new icons based on the Faience icon theme [3], but for now I
updated just a couple of them;




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Re: [QtMoko] MokoFaen theme v2

2013-01-10 Thread Yury Sakarinen



We have a lot of screens in QtMoko, exactly which icons do you refer 
to?


Finxy theme, all icons from Main screen.
Icons from Settings, Apps, Mail.. they haven't background and bigger.




I took a look to old screenshots, in some screens indeed there are
differences in icons size, but they are really few, e.g. in the
applications menu now we have 9 icons but before there were 8.
For matters like this, we cannot modify everything through the theme
config files.
For example, the dialer screen is almost completely customizable
through the theme files, but the application menu is not.
For the latter, you have to look in qtmoko UI code.
So, if you want larger icons in some screen, maybe it is not
sufficient nor to change the icons nor to make a new theme.
Other developers I'm sure can correct me if I'm wrong and clarify 
this issue.




Thanx, I'll see what can I hack this weekend.



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Re: [QtMoko] MokoFaen theme v2

2013-01-10 Thread Yury Sakarinen

Main screen = Main menu

Yury Sakarinen писал 2013-01-11 07:57:
We have a lot of screens in QtMoko, exactly which icons do you refer 
to?


Finxy theme, all icons from Main screen.
Icons from Settings, Apps, Mail.. they haven't background and bigger.




I took a look to old screenshots, in some screens indeed there are
differences in icons size, but they are really few, e.g. in the
applications menu now we have 9 icons but before there were 8.
For matters like this, we cannot modify everything through the theme
config files.
For example, the dialer screen is almost completely customizable
through the theme files, but the application menu is not.
For the latter, you have to look in qtmoko UI code.
So, if you want larger icons in some screen, maybe it is not
sufficient nor to change the icons nor to make a new theme.
Other developers I'm sure can correct me if I'm wrong and clarify 
this issue.




Thanx, I'll see what can I hack this weekend.



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another frerunner-alike case

2012-10-19 Thread Yury Sakarinen

WTH, painfully similar to FR -- http://www.playmg.com/buy-now


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Re: OpenMoko vibro engine

2012-09-25 Thread Yury Sakarinen

Hi, Alex

http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/FreeRunner_Parts
Vibrator: MOTOR P0408B-13-P2H SMD-2P T.AM.I.

http://www.asusparts.eu/product_info.php?cPath=196359products_id=10740

Vibrator TaMi P0408B-13-P2H


Alex Samorukov писал 2012-09-25 16:54:

Hi,

After fall vibra engine in my GTA02 is not working anymore. Anyone
knows part number and store in EU (in the worst case - in US) to find
a replacement? I tried my old broken nokia, but it soldered in + very
different size :(

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Re: OpenMoko vibro engine

2012-09-25 Thread Yury Sakarinen



P.S. phone is really hard-to-damage, it was fallen so many times and
its a first real issue.


I'm surprised GTA02's assemble quality. I bought it in 2008. And it 
still works like a personal PDA (debian+gprs). Many thanks to the 
developers.



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[Gta02-owner] - fbreader (v39 qtmoko)

2012-05-11 Thread Yury Sakarinen


Hello, Radek and list.

Regarding fbreader - does anyone know a way how to exit full screen 
mode in v39 qtmoko?




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Re: [Gta02-owner] - fbreader (v39 qtmoko)

2012-05-11 Thread Yury Sakarinen
  

Unfortunately there is no context menu in full-screen mode. That is
problem. 

Radek Polak писал 11.05.2012 14:38: 

 On Friday, May 11,
2012 08:59:39 AM Yury Sakarinen wrote: 
 
 Hello, Radek and list. 


 
 
 Regarding fbreader - does anyone know a way how to exit full
screen 
 
 mode in v39 qtmoko? 
 
 IIRC there might be empty entry
in context menu that does it, but i am not sure (maybe it quits the
whole app). 
 
 Regards 
 
 Radek

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Re: [dfu-util] who use it for flashing FR?

2012-05-07 Thread Yury Sakarinen

Hi, Patryk.

You better use the poll for this purpose. I still use dfu-util for
flashing FR in my debian and ubuntu laptop. Thank you for new release.

Patryk Benderz писал 07.05.2012 16:58:

Hi all,
regarding recent discussion on de...@lists.openmoko.org [1] I am 
asking,
how many of you are still using dfu-util for flashing your FR's 
internal

memory?
I also would like to inform you about new dfu-util release.[2]

[1]
http://lists.openmoko.org/pipermail/devel/2012-May/007245.html

[2]
http://lists.openmoko.org/pipermail/devel/2012-April/007243.html



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Re: How to bring forward the community?

2012-02-29 Thread Yury Sakarinen


Same here. No success with 
http://www.dealextreme.com/p/bluetooth-v2-0-wireless-keyboard-with-protective-case-for-apple-ipad-black-55976 
on qtmoko. Debian not tested yet..



Giacomo 'giotti' Mariani писал 29.02.2012 14:45:

[cut]

 does anyone know similar keyboards with real QWERTY layout ?

...or this one [1]. Generally google returns a lot of information on
this topic.

[1]

http://www.uberreview.com/2010/05/tiny-bluetooth-qwerty-keyboard-for-smartphones.htm

I own a similar one

(http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Mini-Pocket-Bluetooth-Keyboard-PC-PDA-Phone-/260694344470)
but I've never been able to use it on my freerunner. I get it paired
(and some traffic is visible hcidump on SHR) but it never worked as
input device.

Did you have any (successful) experience?

Regards,
Giacomo




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Re: QtMoko v39 for Freerunner

2012-02-07 Thread Yury Sakarinen

Thank you. I will take it for presentation at LVEE winter 2012.

Radek Polak писал 07.02.2012 19:25:

Hi,
i have uploaded QtMoko v39 which should fix problems with v38, that 
is:


* alsa states are now in correct place and sound should work now 
again

* the kernel package should be now again installable

I have quickly tested it in NAND and it looked ok to me. I hope there
will be
no problems this time.

Regards

Radek

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Re: about the cases

2011-12-13 Thread Yury Sakarinen



Dr. H. Nikolaus Schaller писал 13.12.2011 09:42:

I meant the standart (default freerunner GTA02) covers..
Look, they're pretty thick


There are 2 covers for gta02 made ​​of plastic and are too thick (~ 
2.5 mm).


Do you have some photos to share?






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Re: about the cases

2011-12-12 Thread Yury Sakarinen

Hi, list.

There are 2 covers for gta02 made ​​of plastic and are too thick (~ 2.5 
mm).
If it were possible to make them out of aluminum (0.5-1mm), we would 
have

a slim and elegant case for our phone.. No other changes needed..

Dr. H. Nikolaus Schaller писал 12.12.2011 12:04:

Am 12.12.2011 um 09:51 schrieb Patryk Benderz:


Dnia 2011-12-11, nie o godzinie 23:36 +0100, Fernando Martins pisze:

Hi,

Out of curiosity would it be possible to recover the original 
moulds

used to produce the cases?

Anybody knows what happened to them?
Good question, however moulds are designed to produce certain amount 
of

cases. Looking at how much was made, moulds can be at end of their
lives.


AFAIK they have been made in 2006 or 2007 for the Neo1973 (and have
been slightly modified for the GTA02). So I think they have been made
within FIC and since FIC was finally the manufacturing subcontractor 
of
Openmoko, Inc. I think they could be somewhere within FIC. Or have 
been

scrapped there after some years of not being used.

Anyways, they aren't of big help since the components inserted into 
the

case (earpiece, vibracall motor, speaker) are no longer produced
or available.

So we have to go the painful way of designing our own cases. But the
good side is that we can improve on the outer shape and lookfeel.

Nikolaus

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Re: How to run navit in qtmoko

2011-06-15 Thread Yury Sakarinen


Hi, you have to use this guide to install navit from navit-qtm.zip (not 
from repo):

http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/QtMoko#Navit_Installation


On Wed, 15 Jun 2011 18:12:09 +0200, Guilhem Bonnefille wrote:

Oups... wrong solution.

A bigest problem:
Qtopia: navit:plugin_load:can't load
'/usr/lib/navit/gui/libgui_internal.so', Error
'/usr/lib/navit/gui/libgui_internal.so: undefined symbol:
navit_add_bookmark'

Check you have installed navit_gui_internal (or something like that).

2011/6/15 Guilhem Bonnefille guilhem.bonnefi...@gmail.com:
I think you have to comment the mapset using 
/usr/share/navit/maps/*.xml


I'm thinking about a Debian bug report to clean the configuration 
packaged.


2011/6/15 Frank fr...@fotodrachen.de:

Hallo,
can anybody tell me about the 'secret' to run navit on my neo?

I use qtmoko (v35).
When I 'Launch' navit from QX then for a few seconds I see
press AUX to leave. Then it falls back to QX-Gui.
At second attempt I see only the linux-console for a few seconds.

There is some output in '/var/log/user.log' you see below but I 
can't decide

which of this problems is killig navit.

In /home/root/.navit/navit.xml I have configured a OSM-Map:

 mapset enabled=yes
  map type=binfile
   enabled=yes data=/media/card/maps/germany.bin /
 /mapset

All other Mapsets are set to enabled=no.


user.log:

gpsd[1059]: gpsd: can't bind to IPv4 port gpsd, Address already in 
use

gpsd[1059]: gpsd: maybe gpsd is already running!
gpsd[1059]: gpsd: can't bind to IPv6 port gpsd, Address already in 
use

gpsd[1059]: gpsd: maybe gpsd is already running!
Qtopia: (II) verbosity set to 5
Qtopia: Using GLAMO 3362 card
Qtopia: (II) Screen: 16/16 depth/bpp
Qtopia: (II) vram size:8323072, onscreen vram size:614400, 
offscreen vram

size:7708672
Qtopia: (II) initialising offscreen pixmaps
Qtopia: error opening security policy file 
/usr/lib/xserver/SecurityPolicy
Qtopia: Extended Input Devices not yet supported. Impelement it at 
line 637

in ../../../../hw/kdrive/src/kinput.c
Qtopia: Could not init font path element 
/usr/share/fonts/X11/cyrillic,

removing from list!
Qtopia: Could not init font path element
/usr/share/fonts/X11/100dpi/:unscaled, removing from list!
Qtopia: Could not init font path element
/usr/share/fonts/X11/75dpi/:unscaled, removing from list!
Qtopia: Could not init font path element 
/usr/share/fonts/X11/Type1,

removing from list!
Qtopia: Could not init font path element 
/usr/share/fonts/X11/100dpi,

removing from list!
Qtopia: Could not init font path element 
/usr/share/fonts/X11/75dpi,

removing from list!
Qtopia: Could not init font path element
/var/lib/defoma/x-ttcidfont-conf.d/dirs/TrueType, removing from 
list!

Qtopia:
Qtopia: (process:1064): Gtk-WARNING **: Locale not supported by C 
library.

Qtopia: ^IUsing the fallback 'C' locale.
Qtopia:
Qtopia: (unknown:1064): Gdk-WARNING **: locale not supported by C 
library

Qtopia: navit:plugin_load:can't load
'/usr/lib/navit/gui/libgui_internal.so', Error
'/usr/lib/navit/gui/libgui_internal.so: undefined symbol:
navit_add_bookmark'
Qtopia: navit:plugin_load:can't load 
'/usr/lib/navit/osd/libosd_core.so',

already loaded
Qtopia: vehicle_gpsd:vehicle_gpsd_try_open:Trying to connect to
localhost:default
Qtopia: netlib_connectsock() returns socket on fd 21
Qtopia: vehicle_gpsd:vehicle_gpsd_try_open:Connected to gpsd fd=21
evwatch=0xb2710
Qtopia: navit:xinclude:Unable to include 
/usr/share/navit/maps/*.xml

Qtopia: navit:navit_init:no gui
Qtopia: sh: gdb: not found
Qtopia: FreeFontPath: FPE /usr/share/fonts/X11/misc refcount is 
2, should

be 1; fixing.


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Re: How to run navit in qtmoko

2011-06-15 Thread Yury Sakarinen



On Wed, 15 Jun 2011 20:14:11 +0200, Frank wrote:

Am 15.06.2011 19:52, schrieb Frank:


Am 15.06.2011 18:26, schrieb Yury Sakarinen:
 
  Hi, you have to use this guide to install navit from 
navit-qtm.zip (not

  from repo):
  http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/QtMoko#Navit_Installation

...

I think, I'll try the WIKI-Version again 


Success!

From WIKI http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/QtMoko#Navit_Installation I
only had to repeat

# cd /
# unzip /media/card/download/navit-qtm.zip   (I didn't remove it)

  and than configure QX's favorites again.

I don't see any map, but navits's gui.

Step by step 


now u need to rename  place your german map to 
/media/card/MapsNavit/osm_benelux.bin
then try with name should make sense steps.. but better stop this 
point and give up others steps )






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Re: Qtmoko v35 FBreader

2011-06-15 Thread Yury Sakarinen



I want FBReader without QX too (and Navit is second on my list). It
should be
just matter of writing qbuild project files, but i am currently 
working on

something else and dont want to interrupt it...



Radek


Yeah.. i see,,

FYI: I found FBreader that works fantastically,
without any problems with taps by finger.

http://www.mikecrash.com/index.php?name=Downloadsd_op=getitlid=81

Just remove fbreader and install modified version with dpkg:
fbreaderm_0.10.7dfsg-2_armel.deb

Might be worth to add it to qt-appl repository?

There are also several useful programs for debian.
I do not know who this man, but he did a good job.


http://www.mikecrash.com/index.php?name=Contentpa=showpagepid=10





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Re: Qtmoko v35 FBreader

2011-06-14 Thread Yury Sakarinen


You can not scroll pages, especially when the tap enabled. This 
functionality is not provided.

Also you can disable the text selection in the settings.

To avoid an issue of particularly slow to tap pages, you need to 
install version 0.12.10, but it is
not in the repository: http://www.fbreader.org/desktop/#debian (now 
only for i386 and amd64 platforms)


In version 0.10.7 tap normally works only when you press screen by 
stylus.

FBreader contains curve algorithm for determining gestures.

to list: please advise if anyone knows other convenient bookreaders 
(may be without using QX if possible).



On Mon, 13 Jun 2011 14:16:12 +0200, Francesco De Vita wrote:


Thanks! Next/previous page works, but I'm still unable to scroll, if
I press and hold somewhere the resultant action is a text selection. 
I

tried also with up than 100ms but nothing...

Joif

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Re: Qtmoko v35 FBreader

2011-06-08 Thread Yury Sakarinen


Thanks Radek. Now my FR used for 100 pct without the tedious
procedure of running through qx xterm %)

If you copy-paste this to FR shell you'll be able to use Favourites 
and
there will be new icon for E-book reader QX which will launch 
FBReader

correctly:

cat  /usr/share/applications/FBReaderQX.desktop __END__
[Desktop Entry]
Name=E-book reader QX
GenericName=E-book reader
Comment=E-book reader
TryExec=fbreader.sh
Exec=fbreader.sh %F
StartupNotify=true
Terminal=false
Type=Application
Icon=FBReader.png
Categories=Office;Viewer;Literature;
__END__

cat  /usr/bin/fbreader.sh __END__
#!/bin/sh
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=
FBReader
__END__

chmod +x /usr/bin/fbreader.sh


Hope this helped

Regards

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[qtMoko] qtmoko.sourceforge.net bug

2011-06-08 Thread Yury Sakarinen


another bug report for applications page
http://qtmoko.sourceforge.net/apps/qtmoko-keyboard-russian-abc.html
(Russian layout for finger keyboard)

when u click on link or from FR More apps menu (arora), there is no 
appropriate page:


An error has been encountered in accessing this page.

1. Server: qtmoko.sourceforge.net
2. URL path: /apps/qtmoko-keyboard-russian-abc_1-1_all.deb
3. Error notes: NONE
4. Error type: 404
5. Request method: GET
6. Request query string: NONE
7. Time: 2011-03-17 18:32:29 UTC (1300386749)

Reporting this problem: The problem you have encountered is with a 
project web site hosted by SourceForge.net. This issue should be 
reported to the SourceForge.net-hosted project (not to SourceForge.net).



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Re: Qtmoko v35 FBreader

2011-06-07 Thread Yury Sakarinen


Thanks, Radek! It works, but a bit uncomfortable. I hope this issue 
will be fixed in future releases.
I don't like to have a lot of gadgets, and have no time to mess around 
with the filling of the

contents of e-books, which still have to carry around..



 there is a problem to run fbreader on qtmoko v35,
 need help from someone who uses fbreader on qtmoko v35.


You need to run it from QX. However there is problem that FBReader 
tries to

use QtMoko's embedded QT instead of system QT. To start it correctly
you need
to do something like this (e.g. from QX xterm):

export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=
fbreader

Radek




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Qtmoko v35 FBreader

2011-06-06 Thread Yury Sakarinen


Hi, list

there is a problem to run fbreader on qtmoko v35,
need help from someone who uses fbreader on qtmoko v35.


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Re: qtmoko v35

2011-04-09 Thread Yury Sakarinen

Hi, Radek.

when select deep sleep in FR gui interface it doesnt
change /opt/qtmoko/etc/default/Trolltech/Modem.conf
modem.conf settings, also after reboot FR

so u need to put

[DeepSleep]
Active=yes

manually then it will works


On Fri, 8 Apr 2011 16:34:38 +0200, Radek Polak wrote:

On Friday 08 April 2011 16:15:43 giacomo 'giotti' mariani wrote:


Hi Radeck,
 thank you very much for your great work!

Anyway I have a problems: the battery life looks quite shorter than
previous releases, at least shorter than v28 and v31.
It's so for me only?


Do you have deep sleep enabled? According to current_now in
NeoControl battery
should be ok. You should have ~12mA. I tested only 2.6.37 kernel 
which was

more then 5 days on one charge.

Regards

Radek

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