Re: Neon 0.9.6 is out

2009-02-03 Thread azmodie
http://tldp.org/HOWTO/html_single/Debian-Binary-Package-Building-HOWTO/

2009/2/3 Valery Febvre vfeb...@easter-eggs.com:
 kimaidou wrote:
 Is it possible to release a version for Debian ? Since it is written in
 python, it should run smoothly ?

 Yes, if EFL library (evas, ecore, edje) and python bindings are
 available, it should run without changes.
 I develop Neon under debian so I am pretty sure of that.
 Unfortunately, I don't know how to build a debian package. :-(

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Re: External battery charger

2008-12-31 Thread azmodie
My freerunner has been in my bag all week. i found if you hold the aux
button in. then plug in the external charger. it boots to nor flash.

azmodie

p.s. Happy GNU Year

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Re: [Debian][OM2008][FSO] Found an easy solution for universal right- and middle-click

2008-11-25 Thread azmodie
I am using a package called mousetweaks[1] wich does provide a
onscreen menu for dwell click events. eg right click, drag click etc..

not sure if is in the debian repo for freerunner (reinstalling debian
tommorrow)

there is a package in debian lenny repo [2]

azmodie
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people often look bright until they speak

[1] http://live.gnome.org/Mousetweaks/Home
[2] http://packages.debian.org/lenny/mousetweaks

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Re: [debian] Sephora 0.2 pre alpha 1 - Impressions and suggestions needed

2008-10-12 Thread azmodie
On Sun, Oct 12, 2008 at 7:59 PM, Michele Renda [EMAIL PROTECTED]wrote:

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i get this error :
debian-gta02:~# sephora

  File /usr/bin/sephora, line 1133

def getGprsListClasses(self)9

 gprs =
self.setInterface('gprs_net')

^

SyntaxError: invalid syntax


line 1133 : def getGprsListClasses(self)9^K gprs =
self.setInterface('gprs_net')

i presume 9^k is the error here and should be replace with : and a new line.

( yeah that fixed it.)

 line 1133 : def getGprsListClasses(self):
 line 1134 : gprs = self.setInterface('gprs_net')
 line 1135 : return gprs.ListAvailableGprsClasses()

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Re: gsmhandset state file to test

2008-10-02 Thread azmodie
On Thu, Oct 2, 2008 at 11:04 AM, Shawn prjktdtnt Thompson 
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 David Samblas wrote:
  Hi there on of our colleges[1] of the spanish list has provided us with
  an gsmhanset state file that solves low volume on call reciver , I
  have barelly tested it alone with a phone en each ear :). I will test it
  further along the day and post the results, any one else willing to try
  is wellcome to do it.
 
  from neo or ssh console
  cd /usr/share/openmoko/scenarios/
  mv gsmhandset.state gsmhandset.state.original
  wget http://n2.nabble.com/attachment/1129707/0/gsmhandset.state
 
  [1]The original post
  http://n2.nabble.com/-Fwd%3A-eco-y-audio--tc1129707ef1958.html
 


I been using this for last couple of days.
definatley makes a big improvment. call from my side seems fine and other
person could hear me clearly.
although there  was a constant buzz. the buzz is quiet and sounds a bit like
signal interference.


thanks for posting.

azmodie
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