Robin Paulson wrote:
With Qi its possible to put different systems on different partitions on
the SD drive.
Also it supports control files to skip partition on boot.
Only way to change bootable partition on a boot time with Qi is to keep
AUX button after power on - it will boot from internal
I compiled eyepiece viewer with PDF support. It works fine on my NEO
(qtmoko v22), pdf loading speed is very good. There are some (original)
bugs and limitations on the viewer, but basic functions are working
fine. Link to the test version is in the
Radek Polak wrote:
works nice - i tried just one PDF, but it displayed nice. I can commit and
recompile the eyepiece package with your changes if you want.
Yes, IMHO its good to have pdf viewer in a box. I was also thinking to
create image plugin for pdf, but found that api is
Vencabot Teppoo wrote:
Hi, i had the same problem, but good news is that this is very easy to
I put in the kernel line glamo_mci.sd_max_clk=1000 setting. And
after this it works perfectly, no more problems so far for a ~5 months.
Hello, community! This is my first time joining
Radek Polak wrote:
Btw QtMoko sets sd_max_clk by default in /etc/init.d/qpe.sh script.
IMHO its not very good idea. My card (Kingston 8GB SHDC) works bad with
this value, and it was not very easy for me to find why its changing on
every restart :) I think that anyone who need this able to
Yoric Kotchukov wrote:
Please tell us whether there fsck for jffs2? After hovering and eject the
battery in the logs at boot:
There is no fsck for JFFS, it should do everything automatically after
start (thats why you having huge LA on first minutes). If JFFS2 is
on/off in devtools
- Automatically set wifi to maxperf when connected (Alina Friedrichsen)
- Automatically restart hcid if it crashed (Alex Samorukov)
- Removed setting sd_max_clk because it was causing problems (Alex Samorukov)
- Smaller icon for QNetWalk game - old icon was 1.5MB big
On 06/03/2010 09:35 AM, Radek Polak wrote:
On Thursday 03 June 2010 04:06:59 Stefan Monnier wrote:
Why not use the circular in-memory buffer provided by busybox's syslogd?
It's what OpenWRT uses (and many other embedded firmwares): it doesn't
eat up your Flash/disk, but still gives you
On 06/04/2010 08:09 AM, Gand' wrote:
The only issue i have with qtmoko is call volume ...
Even if both sliders are at their maximum, i often can barelly hear
Call volume works fine for me now (setting up in neocontrol). Anyway,
you can manually edit gsm state file, or copy it
On 06/04/2010 10:39 AM, Russell Hay wrote:
can you share your settings?
I think it was taken from this page:
Also, you can call to some number an play with alsamixer (thrue ssh) to
find optimal values.
On 06/07/2010 12:16 AM, Marvel Onwuka wrote:
I just checked. Its not supposed to ask you for user name and
password. Please try the link below again.
Best way to request features in opensource project is to do them :)
About requested features - from my personal point there are too much
things to do before touching this.
On 06/08/2010 10:21 PM, Aditya Gandhi wrote:
I want to request some features for the next version. Related to IM,
Radek Polak updated package repository, so i decided to announce some
1) Added PDF support to eyepiece viewer. I tested it with ~5 different
PDF files and it works fine.
2) Added qdictopia dictionary. This program allow to work with stardict
dictionary files. Project is
On 06/11/2010 02:44 PM, Radek Polak wrote:
On Friday 11 June 2010 12:29:41 Patryk Benderz wrote:
Long time I didn't installed QtMoko. Lately, after flashing recent
QtMoko v24 or v23 into NAND I get only terminal with login prompt after
It could be that modem failed to
Thank you very much for this, i will try to upload it to my phone today.
On 08/28/2010 10:31 PM, Radek Polak wrote:
qtmoko has new v26 release. You can get it from our sourceforge page .
Qtmoko is distribution for Openmoko Freerunner phone based on debian and
If you updated gsm firmware but it doesnt work then may be the problem
is with the device itself?
On 09/05/2010 06:13 PM, xChris wrote:
I know about it.
I had no luck, the FR does not 'see' my 3G SIM (three mobile UK).
But the WTF is that a 2005 mobile (Nokia 6320i) CAN use that SIM and
On 09/10/2010 10:50 AM, Radek Polak wrote:
I tried with v26 after correcting the line in
/home/root/Applications/Network/chat/connect-dialup and it worked. But i had
sometimes problems to get GPRS online too. Maybe it can be also related to
debug/nodebug kernels, because i am not aware that
On 09/16/2010 09:37 PM, Christ van Willegen wrote:
I think I broke my AUX button tonight.
Is there anyone who can fiox this?
I did this one time.
Open your phone and find if aux button on board is damaged or not. In my
case it was only unsoldered, so i soldered it back
On 09/18/2010 06:40 PM, Marcel Meyer wrote:
I tried QtMoko in it's latest incarnation as the changelog said the GPRS-
handling got improved :-) . I stumbled upon the following things:
It was a minor fix with adding +++ to the chat script. Not too much, but
helps in some cases.
On 09/19/2010 02:53 AM, Brian Kemp wrote:
P.S. I believe that some of the problem are related to openmoko
multiplexer, but a lot of them - to the ancient modem with first
generation gprs. I`m now trying to get qtmoko running with external
demuxer, to see if it will improve the situation.
After debugging i found that most of gprs related issues are coming from
qtopia multiplexer. I decided to try to use external multiplexer with
qtopia. For the initial experiment i did:
1) compiled latest gsm0710muxd on debian (i know that there is
fso-abyss, but i got some problems on
On 09/19/2010 01:44 PM, Radek Polak wrote:
1) compiled latest gsm0710muxd on debian (i know that there is
fso-abyss, but i got some problems on compilation, gsm0710 is much easer
to build, so i started with it).
what about using the multiplexer in kernel? We will probably
On 09/19/2010 03:31 PM, ANT wrote:
I recently found an interesting online music recognition service  that
allows you to upload a short (e.g. 10-15 sec) audio fragment (in almost any
popular format) directly to the project's web page and get the information
about the track title, artist's
On 09/18/2010 06:40 PM, Marcel Meyer wrote:
* on demand does not seem to work. When I use NeronGPS and a map is missing,
it seems as GPRS _tries_ to get online but that's all ;-)
I never tested on demand mode. Now i see that there is a bug in
original qtopia. When pppd is started in
On 09/14/2010 11:08 AM, Christ van Willegen wrote:
I, too, have experienced QtMoko. The one thing that annoys me, is that
sometimes (well, more often than sometimes...) my FR turns on at
night, and stays on until it wakes me from sleep indicating it's
hungry... My wife doesn't approve :-(
On 09/20/2010 07:59 PM, Alfa21 wrote:
I now compiled atd w/o this
define to see if it will work correctly. If it will - then this will be
fixed in the next release.
please take a look at:
Thats me (Samm :))
Once again - to do the
Hi and thank you for testing.
For me it never been an issue. I`m using a little customized profiles
for the alsa states, and i can confirm that sound quality is great. I
used freerunner as AUX source for my car audio some time ago and the
quality was the same as from internal sources (e.g.
is distribution based on debian+qtopia, for more info see .
Changes from latest v26 stable release:
* New 2.6.34 kernel 
* GPRS fixes (Alex Samorukov and Pierre)
* Alarm fixes (Alex Samorukov)
* Using devtmpfs for faster boot and more memory
For new kernel credits go to Gennady Kupava
On 09/25/2010 08:41 PM, Gennady Kupava wrote:
В Сбт, 25/09/2010 в 21:38 +0200, Alex Samorukov пишет:
2) Syslogd replacement with debian`s busybox. Its already works for me,
i will try to send patches tomorrow.
I`m using memory buffer for logging and it makes my flash
On 09/25/2010 09:53 PM, Timo Juhani Lindfors wrote:
At least here the RTC drifts so fast (6 seconds per hour) that I don't
even try to keep it in sync. Instead I predict what the RTC will read
at a given time using a simple linear model. I sent a patch to add
--predict option to hwclock and
On 09/25/2010 10:45 PM, Timo Juhani Lindfors wrote:
Alex Samorukovm...@os2.kiev.ua writes:
Thank you for update. How did you measure this drift? Anyway, i don`t
Also it can compare only system clock with
Looks very cool. I am really waiting upgrade for my GTA02 :)
On 09/21/2011 01:45 PM, Dr. H. Nikolaus Schaller wrote:
Here is a short video showing booting
* GTA02 (with quite old OM2009.5 - modern SHR and QtMoko are faster)
* GTA04 (with Debian Squeeze 6.0.2 and LXDE) and
* iPhone 3G (iOS
I really like statement in openbsd mantra Shut Up and Code.
You want to get stolen sources and asking developers to break signed
NDA. Just want to note - new/modified firmware based on stolen sources
will cause legal problems not only for OpenMoko project but for idea of
the free phone
On 10/02/2011 06:55 PM, Denis 'GNUtoo' Carikli wrote:
On Sun, 2011-10-02 at 04:12 +0200, Rashid wrote:
You may have heard about the Cellebrite cell phone extraction device
(UFED) in the news lately. It gives law enforcement officials the
ability to access all the information on your cell phone
On 10/02/2011 07:36 PM, Sebastian Krzyszkowiak wrote:
On Sun, Oct 2, 2011 at 19:32, Alex Samorukovm...@os2.kiev.ua wrote:
Now back to OpenMoko. It depends on distro you are using (i am qtmoko user)
but typically there is nothing but ssh running on USB (USB over Ethernet).
If you setting up
On 10/04/2011 09:36 AM, Michael Sokolov wrote:
I'm sure your skills are strong enough to improve your MUA, i.e., to teach
it how to insert proper References:/In-Reply-To:. Could you devote a small
amount of your time to this thing? I'm quite convinced that all of your
On 10/17/2011 02:53 PM, Radek Polak wrote:
today i finally received my GTA04. After 2 hours i made case. Then compiled
kernel unpacked qtmoko v36 tar on SD card and it booted on first try to GUI.
After calibration and initial settings it didnt started because of modem, but
On 12/10/2011 07:48 PM, urodelo wrote:
words, HP will keep the control of the development.
Do they think they can still get anything ($$) from webOS? If not, why
they didn't let everything in the hands of the community?
I've never used webos devices, just red articles about Palm devs,
On 01/09/2012 01:10 PM, Сергей Попов wrote:
Hi, I'm work NET developer about 1 year in Russia Federation. At this
moment I would like to take part in the opensource project. I pay
attention to your project and would like to offer assistance in
writing the software version for Windows Phone 7.
On 03/12/2012 08:14 PM, Kosa wrote:
A just found this site and wondered if anyone has tried this OS?
Pricing: Starts at 400EUR, depending on features and NOT including
the hardware (phone).
And no link to SVN. And remote destuction... I think it is designed
roh, gismo and myself (at least) have root on all the boxes.
There is no prescribed contact procedure, and there is nobody who is
even officially supposed to maintain the machines and/or the software
and configurations on them.
roh and gismo used to be doing paid syssadmin work for Openmoko
On 09/22/2012 10:26 AM, Adam Ward wrote:
I should be able to chat to the modem to get some information.
But the following command does not return anything:
root@neo:~# chat -vse '' 'AT+CTZU=?' '' ''
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 :(
On 09/25/2012 03:09 PM, Yury Sakarinen wrote:
Vibrator: MOTOR P0408B-13-P2H SMD-2P T.AM.I.
Vibrator TaMi P0408B-13-P2H
Thank you so much. Probably i had a ban
On 01/24/2013 02:59 PM, jcomm...@math.leidenuniv.nl wrote:
I would be very glad to receive pointers about what is needed for this,
both in terms of hardware and software. (Since I have never soldered
before, I would like to know of solutions that work via USB or something
On 02/10/2013 06:10 PM, Peter Viskup wrote:
Have you watched this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cpWHJDLsqTU
How do they get this speed on the screen? Do they use something else
than X11? There is also not mutch technical background information at
Ubuntu's pages http://www.ubuntu.com/
On 02/14/2013 02:05 PM, joerg Reisenweber wrote:
You Sir are a discgrace! A) you are the criminal as you deliberately
admit. B) We never owned the sourcecode of the GSM stack and you
know that (Paul explained to you in loving verbosity, a year or 2
ago). You also know that what Openmoko had
On 02/15/2013 05:56 PM, Bob Ham wrote:
It is also absolutely clear that distribution of this sources or
firmware will be illegal,
If you have chosen to live and accept citizenship in a country where
such things are illegal, I feel sorry for you. If you like, I can
give you a free
On 06/22/2014 02:15 PM, Ed Kapitein wrote:
Some of the reasons to build a phone myself were:
-1 because you can ;-)
-2 the pi is made in large quantities and has a big community.
-3 up-to-date kernel
-4 huge collection of programs in the raspbian repository.
I hope it inspires someone to
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