Re: community Digest, Vol 88, Issue 164

2008-07-29 Thread Charles Hill
I am using the phone for daily use and do not have problems with placing or
receiving calls, nor sending or receiving SMS messages.

 Charles

On Sun, Jul 20, 2008 at 3:27 PM, david pais [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 is this phone usable for daily light phone use (about 30-60 min/ day) or
 have the audio problems not been solved?


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 1. Re: Import Contacts (Roland Mas)
 2. Re: Special Letters? (doron)
 3. Re: Another Question - Kernel Headers (Andy Green)
 4. RE: AW: RE: unable to start up freerunner after
  batterie was
full down (steve)
 5. Re: Another Question - Kernel Headers (Joseph Reeves)
 6. RE: Can you help the Openmoko booth at Linuxworld,
  August
4-7,in SanFrancisco? (steve)
 7. Re: USB connector not Mini-AB? (Tobias Diedrich)
 8. Re: Import Contacts (Jeffrey Ratcliffe)
 9. Re: Another Question - Kernel Headers (arne
  anka)Jeffrey Ratcliffe, 2008-07-20 20:13:29 +0200 :
 
   I have the same problem, and additionally, the dump
  option runs
   without error, but also without output.
 
  I just tried again, and I managed to get these symptoms
  when running
  the script too soon after a boot.  The second run went on
  fine.  Maybe
  something needs the daemon to be started, and it's not
  started
  initially...
 
  Roland.
  --
  Roland Mas
 
  Au royaume des aveugles, il y a des borgnes à ne pas
  dépasser.
-- in Soeur Marie-Thérèse des Batignolles
  (Maëster)Carsten Haitzler (The Rasterman) wrote:
 
   On Sun, 20 Jul 2008 16:18:37 +0200 Roland Mas
  [EMAIL PROTECTED] babbled:
  
  
   arne anka, 2008-07-20 16:01:34 +0200 :
  
  
   sadly enough i currently have no clue what
  causes the lack of
   anything non-ascii, would have expected he fr
  to be unicode driven.
  
   I think it is Unicode driven.  My contacts have
  some non-ascii
   characters in their names, and they display just
  fine.  I guess the
   problem is mostly the input method.
  
  
   in ASU (not in current .dev build though, but in SVN
  for illume) the keyboard
   layout is customisable via a config file and can
  produce any keystroke that x
   is capable of (so it can produce ä, ó, ñ, ø etc.)
  but i don't have a layout
   that has every one of these in it currently, but
  it's a simple text file to put
   in a directory (.kbd file). for now it has 3 layouts,
  simply letters-only
   qwerty, numeric that covers the other keys
  (numbers, symbols) and a few
   accented chars, and a full qwerty layout (ok it is
  missing F1-F12, Pause/Break
   and PrtSc/SysRq but ... if u really want u can try
  cram them in somehow...). i
   will add anther key layout for intl chars
  (accented ones etc.).
  
   in the end i imagine people might do custom layouts
  for a language (eg german
   would only have ä, ö, ü and ß). romainian some
  other set, danish another set.
   etc. nice simple text files for everyone to enjoy :)
  this should allo for a
   greek and russian layout too, katakana/hragana,
  hangul, thai, ... anything
   really. but right now right-to-left languages wont
  work (well)
   (arabic/farsi/hebrew). unfortunatly that is really
  near the bottom of my list...
  
  
  I am using the 2007.2 ( and the qtopia image, from SD card)
  image and I
  am using Hebrew in my FreeRunner (include right - to -left)
  read and write.
 
  in the qtopia image I can read Hebrew SMS massages
  (right-to- left) but
  I didn't try to change / re-map the keyboard to Hebrew
  .
 
  works fine for me.
 
  - doron
 
 
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  Somebody in the thread at some point said:
  | http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Debian
  |
  | ?
 
  Awesome, nobody ever mentioned this marvel... got to give
  this a try
  tonight!
 
  - -Andy
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   Micheal jump started my battery in about 2 seconds. It was
  a Young
  Frankenstein momement!
   Without the sparks or pretty assistents. Anyways, my
  reanimated battery
  still works fine.
 
   Anecdotal I know

Re: community Digest, Vol 88, Issue 164

2008-07-20 Thread david pais
is this phone usable for daily light phone use (about 30-60 min/ day) or have 
the audio problems not been solved?


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 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Subject: community Digest, Vol 88, Issue 164
 To: community@lists.openmoko.org
 Date: Sunday, July 20, 2008, 3:45 PM
 Send community mailing list submissions to
   community@lists.openmoko.org
 
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 When replying, please edit your Subject line so it is more
 specific
 than Re: Contents of community
 digest...Today's Topics:
 
1. Re: Import Contacts (Roland Mas)
2. Re: Special Letters? (doron)
3. Re: Another Question - Kernel Headers (Andy Green)
4. RE: AW: RE: unable to start up freerunner after
 batterie was
   full down (steve)
5. Re: Another Question - Kernel Headers (Joseph Reeves)
6. RE: Can you help the Openmoko booth at Linuxworld,
 August
   4-7,in SanFrancisco? (steve)
7. Re: USB connector not Mini-AB? (Tobias Diedrich)
8. Re: Import Contacts (Jeffrey Ratcliffe)
9. Re: Another Question - Kernel Headers (arne
 anka)Jeffrey Ratcliffe, 2008-07-20 20:13:29 +0200 :
 
  I have the same problem, and additionally, the dump
 option runs
  without error, but also without output.
 
 I just tried again, and I managed to get these symptoms
 when running
 the script too soon after a boot.  The second run went on
 fine.  Maybe
 something needs the daemon to be started, and it's not
 started
 initially...
 
 Roland.
 -- 
 Roland Mas
 
 Au royaume des aveugles, il y a des borgnes à ne pas
 dépasser.
   -- in Soeur Marie-Thérèse des Batignolles
 (Maëster)Carsten Haitzler (The Rasterman) wrote:
 
  On Sun, 20 Jul 2008 16:18:37 +0200 Roland Mas
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] babbled:
 

  arne anka, 2008-07-20 16:01:34 +0200 :
 
  
  sadly enough i currently have no clue what
 causes the lack of
  anything non-ascii, would have expected he fr
 to be unicode driven.

  I think it is Unicode driven.  My contacts have
 some non-ascii
  characters in their names, and they display just
 fine.  I guess the
  problem is mostly the input method.
  
 
  in ASU (not in current .dev build though, but in SVN
 for illume) the keyboard
  layout is customisable via a config file and can
 produce any keystroke that x
  is capable of (so it can produce ä, ó, ñ, ø etc.)
 but i don't have a layout
  that has every one of these in it currently, but
 it's a simple text file to put
  in a directory (.kbd file). for now it has 3 layouts,
 simply letters-only
  qwerty, numeric that covers the other keys
 (numbers, symbols) and a few
  accented chars, and a full qwerty layout (ok it is
 missing F1-F12, Pause/Break
  and PrtSc/SysRq but ... if u really want u can try
 cram them in somehow...). i
  will add anther key layout for intl chars
 (accented ones etc.).
 
  in the end i imagine people might do custom layouts
 for a language (eg german
  would only have ä, ö, ü and ß). romainian some
 other set, danish another set.
  etc. nice simple text files for everyone to enjoy :)
 this should allo for a
  greek and russian layout too, katakana/hragana,
 hangul, thai, ... anything
  really. but right now right-to-left languages wont
 work (well)
  (arabic/farsi/hebrew). unfortunatly that is really
 near the bottom of my list...
 

 I am using the 2007.2 ( and the qtopia image, from SD card)
 image and I 
 am using Hebrew in my FreeRunner (include right - to -left)
 read and write.
 
 in the qtopia image I can read Hebrew SMS massages
 (right-to- left) but 
 I didn't try to change / re-map the keyboard to Hebrew
 .
 
 works fine for me.
 
 - doron
 
 
 ---BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-
 Hash: SHA1
 
 Somebody in the thread at some point said:
 | http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Debian
 |
 | ?
 
 Awesome, nobody ever mentioned this marvel... got to give
 this a try
 tonight!
 
 - -Andy
 -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-
 Version: GnuPG v1.4.9 (GNU/Linux)
 Comment: Using GnuPG with Fedora -
 http://enigmail.mozdev.org
 
 iEYEARECAAYFAkiDjNAACgkQOjLpvpq7dMp4/gCeM/40ALY08hufey5LF5CeGV07
 a2AAn0BqoYaYGL+mGjh62tYdp2KPGUxz
 =IVTe
 -END PGP SIGNATURE-Ya jOERG,
 
  Micheal jump started my battery in about 2 seconds. It was
 a Young
 Frankenstein momement!
  Without the sparks or pretty assistents. Anyways, my
 reanimated battery
 still works fine.
 
  Anecdotal I know. 
 
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 Michael Shiloh
 Sent: Wednesday, July 16, 2008 12:44 PM
 To: Joerg Reisenweber
 Cc: community@lists.openmoko.org; [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Subject: Re: AW: RE: unable to start up freerunner after
 batterie was full
 down
 
 
 
 Joerg