Can you detail further how you got this GPS position thing working?
What client/server did you use?
On Thu, Feb 19, 2009 at 6:52 AM, Daniel Benoy dan...@benoy.name wrote:
I'm having lots of fun with Debian. I put an 8GB card in my freerunner, and
put Debian, zhone, and
Saw this on reddit the other day and thought it might help .
sqlite3 has a vacuum command which does a few nifty things to
compact your database  in which the example shows you can do it to
your firefox 3 sqlite db files to increase performance (in things like
the awesome bar etc). I
I can't get enough of these! Keep us posted!
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Sie sich bitte an meine Kollegen aus dem IT-PM.
A screen should show up. It won't if your accelerometers aren't working. To
check this run:
which should give you output from the accelerometer that openmoocow uses.
If you're using FDOM try replacing neod with a different copy to see if that
solves it. Some people
Hmm i found that too Yaroslav. Would definitely be handy. Also the keyboard
is almost incompatible. When you type in a name and select it, the keyboard
puts in a space character which yields no results until you backspace. Is
there a way to get the keyboard to lose predictive text so it can sort
Sign up to Koolu's forum  and see what's going on there. Cfriedt also has
a spreadsheet of progress that seems to have been updated frequently .
Last time I check there were a few to go but now, not so much. See also .
Online mode: http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Neo_FreeRunner_GPS#Assist_Online
I've signed up for an account but not sure if the scripts worked for me or
not. Haven't tested it fully.
Make sure you update the wiki if you have any success or more information.
On Tue, Oct 28, 2008 at 6:24 AM,
Denis is right. It's trying to do a reverse DNS lookup. This plauges all
incorrectly configured linux distros. At least every so often on any one I
Gestures daemon does use a bit but only 5% I believe. Just check with top. I
turn it off anyway as I don't use it at the moment:
lanzo I don't believe FDOM (2008.x) uses FSO as middleware...yet.
On Tue, Oct 28, 2008 at 8:59 AM, lanzo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
member kamituel wrote:
script works on the FSO and is using Call and SMS DBus interfaces.
Andy has already spoken of this. The second CPU is called a PMU and would be
troublesome with user-access, in that the user would have access to upgrade
the PMU and consequently be able to brick it. Difficult in an open scenario
such as the Freerunner I guess.
On Tue, Oct 28, 2008
Hi Aus people,
Neil: the info I got was referred to me by another Brisbane guy who pointed
me to the Buying over the internet page  which is where I got the 5%
from (check the table down the bottom).
Dennis: I did the UPS one and it came to around $170 which is drastically
different from $70
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