Replace battery in suspend

2009-05-09 Thread Christian Rüb
Hi, is it possible to do the following: * power off GSM * suspend * plug external USB power supply (can do 100,500 and 1000mA) * open device and exchange battery * resume again * power on GSM * (optional) unplug USB power supply I do not have a second battery (yet) but this scenario might

Re: Replace battery in suspend

2009-05-09 Thread Christian Rüb
Am Samstag, 9. Mai 2009 schrieb Joerg Reisenweber: Am Sa 9. Mai 2009 schrieb Christian Rüb: Hi, is it possible to do the following: * power off GSM * suspend * plug external USB power supply (can do 100,500 and 1000mA) * open device and exchange battery * resume again

Re: running google mobile applications?

2009-05-17 Thread Christian Rüb
Hello, I'd like to run the gmail java application in my moko. Has anybody tried that? I couldn't download the application from the freerunner itself ( woosh, midori and dillo2 all failed) so I found this link and downloaded the .jar with wget: wget

Re: Battery only charger

2009-05-31 Thread Christian Rüb
Hi, does anyone know a good charger for the battery only? The wiki page about the battery [1] tells that you cannot charge the Freerunner battery in a Nokia phone or with original Nokia chargers. Does anyone know a working charger and a source where to get it (preferably in Germany).

A few questions on navit

2009-06-11 Thread Christian Rüb
Hi, maybe someone can help me out here as I could not find appropriate answers in navit wiki... The menu in in internal GUI has several options that I am not sure about if they change anything in the app: Settings/Rules/Map follows Vehicle (cannot change the 'x') To find a point on the map it

Re: Stress test of my Freerunner

2009-06-12 Thread Christian Rüb
I attached my code. As said, it isn't much and not very user-friendly. However, I was surprised how few code is needed to get the idea working. storeLocation.py: This script is called on the FR to store the current coordinates to locations.dat E.g. storeLocation.py -t My Home -d This is

Re: Navit internal GUI

2009-06-14 Thread Christian Rüb
I have used navit for a while now and today I have updated to svn-2314. It gets better and better, but I still have my problems with some parts of the internal GUI. When adding more bookmarks than the screen can display I have no option to scroll in the bookmark list. So more than a

Re: [omgps] collect feature requests

2009-06-30 Thread Christian Rüb
It would be really helpful for track logging to be able to split a track from the main screen. This makes it easier for later OSM editing, so you know where a way/road changed. Otherwise I support any previously mentioned ideas to ease later import/edit in JOSM and alike. Cheers, Christian

Re: Elmdentica release 0.5.0

2009-07-04 Thread Christian Rüb
Great work! I found 2 little bugs on my system: * I get a SEGFAULT when no gconf account config is available, thus had to create it first before being able to rund elmdentica * Icons (twitter) were not stored unless I created /home/root/.elmdentica/cache/icons/ manually Cheers, Christian

travel-diary a simple GPS application

2009-07-08 Thread Christian Rüb
Hi, a while ago Sven send us his scripts to store places and some info and send all this to a server which then creates a kml file. [0] I made a litte GUI for this (actually it is more a rewrite ;-)) that you can find here:

Re: Elmdentica release 0.5.0

2009-07-08 Thread Christian Rüb
+svnr98-r1_armv4t.ipk Cheers, Christian Both of these are (hopefully, at least works for me) fixed on svn. Rui On Sat, Jul 04, 2009 at 12:21:56PM +0200, Christian Rüb wrote: Great work! I found 2 little bugs on my system: * I get a SEGFAULT when no gconf account config is available

Re: [shr-unstable] stopwatch?

2009-07-09 Thread Christian Rüb
list, im looking for a stopwatch app. i remember my old days of om2008.12 that there was a stopwatch app under the settings [?] anything like this, or soon to be like this for shr? you might want to try stopwatch [1] (needed QT packages are also there) sources here [2] It's made by a friend

Re: travel-diary a simple GPS application

2009-07-09 Thread Christian Rüb
, good to hear that the idea isn't dead! Looks far more solid than my few lines of code :-) I will give it a try this weekend. In the meantime, screenshots would be very interesting... Sven On Thursday 09 July 2009 00:00:52 Christian Rüb wrote: Hi, a while ago Sven send us his

Re: travel-diary a simple GPS application

2009-07-09 Thread Christian Rüb
On OM2009: r...@om-gta02:~# DISPLAY=:0 travel-diary.py (process:2313): Gtk-WARNING **: Locale not supported by C library. Using the fallback 'C' locale. Traceback (most recent call last): File /usr/bin/travel-diary.py, line 15, in module import fileinput ImportError: No

Re: travel-diary a simple GPS application

2009-07-09 Thread Christian Rüb
Christian Rüb christian.r...@gmx.net On OM2009: r...@om-gta02:~# DISPLAY=:0 travel-diary.py (process:2313): Gtk-WARNING **: Locale not supported by C library. Using the fallback 'C' locale. Traceback (most recent call last): File /usr/bin/travel-diary.py, line 15

QSuunto-Lite

2009-07-09 Thread Christian Rüb
Hi, glad someone is interested in this one as I want to (re)concentrate on it again. You can use divetools-ab to download via USB serial (see my little patch here [1]) - the package is already capable of using /dev/ttyUSB0 You need to switch to host mode and have a special adapter for your

Re: travel-diary a simple GPS application

2009-07-09 Thread Christian Rüb
Am Donnerstag, 9. Juli 2009 schrieb Christian Rüb: On OM2009: r...@om-gta02:~# DISPLAY=:0 travel-diary.py (process:2313): Gtk-WARNING **: Locale not supported by C library. Using the fallback 'C' locale. Traceback (most recent call last): File /usr/bin/travel-diary.py

Re: [shr-unstable] stopwatch?

2009-07-10 Thread Christian Rüb
Hi, you mean here [1]? we currently only package for SHR unstable (but most of them should also run on other FSO based images). Best is to check date of Packages file. I hope you all read the own risk part :) Cheers, Christian [1] http://openmoko.senfdax.de/ thanks for those links. how

Re: QSuunto-Lite

2009-07-10 Thread Christian Rüb
glad someone is interested in this one as I want to (re)concentrate on it again. Happy to make you glad. ;) QSuunto-Lite can only _display_ information from file _not_ download itself. These features are planned for the next dive program which will also not be Suunto specific and

Re: QSuunto-Lite

2009-07-10 Thread Christian Rüb
Hi, Is/will QSuunto-Lite a KDE program i.e. will it also run on kde4? No it is not KDE, but there is no problem running it under KDE4. Is some qSuunto-Lite code already available. Yes, see here: http://git.senfdax.de/?p=qdivelog;a=summary (I have a Suunto Cobra). Regards, Joop.

Re: What to do with urls in elmdentica? :)

2009-07-10 Thread Christian Rüb
On Thu, Jul 09, 2009 at 03:58:21PM +0100, Rui Miguel Silva Seabra wrote: Is there a good enough browser that takes urls from CLI? Or another interface? Dillo accepts an URL on the command line. wouldn' it be a good idea to have system like alternatives handle this? so you could have a

Re: travel-diary a simple GPS application

2009-07-19 Thread Christian Rüb
wiki page: http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Travel_Diary ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

Scuba divers wanted (Re: QSuunto-Lite)

2009-07-19 Thread Christian Rüb
Please see wiki page: http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/QSuunto-Lite and edit if you are also interested in a dive logging application. Thank you. ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org

Re: travel-diary a simple GPS application

2009-07-23 Thread Christian Rüb
wiki page: http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Travel_Diary Christian, well done! I'll be travelling on Monday and would like to integrate this somehow on my wordpress blog or something. Don't have the time right now to check but is the process documented somewhere (how to set up the .cgi

Re: [Wiki] Neon into Hall of Fame (2 Votes)

2009-08-13 Thread Christian Rüb
On Donnerstag, 13. August 2009 10:47:39 Adolph J. Vogel wrote: On Thursday 13 August 2009 10:10:01 Marcel wrote: Am Donnerstag, den 13.08.2009, 08:01 +0200 schrieb Adolph J. Vogel: seems rather chaotic if we all start a thread to vote for an app, aren't there places to make free polls?

Re: is wifi-driver developed anymore?

2009-08-13 Thread Christian Rüb
On Thu, 2009-08-13 14:17:23 David Fokkema wrote: On Thu, 2009-08-13 at 16:06 +0400, Paul Fertser wrote: David Fokkema dfokk...@ileos.nl writes: On Thu, 2009-08-13 at 10:34 +0200, arne anka wrote: Especially recommended for WiFi since due to the bugs in the firmware and the driver full

Re: is wifi-driver developed anymore?

2009-08-13 Thread Christian Rüb
On Thu, 2009-08-13 14:59:13 Paul Fertser wrote: arne anka openm...@ginguppin.de writes: Keeping the module loaded and just request/release it via FSO (I have a little GUI for this) should be pretty safe? according to You just kill fsoraw or wpa_supplicant and the wifi module gets

Re: QSuunto-Lite new version - divers and non-divers wanted

2009-08-13 Thread Christian Rüb
Hi, QSuunto-Lite is an application to download your logged dives from your Suunto dive computer or view previously dowloaded ones. More info here: [1] I hope to find interested people who want to test my new version (before it gets a version number). As always you can find prebuild

Re: Commercial alternative to MintyBoost

2009-08-13 Thread Christian Rüb
On Mon, Aug 10, 2009 at 12:29 AM, Rask Ingemann Lambertsenccc94...@vip.cybercity.dk wrote: The catch is that fresh off the charger, the voltage is nearly 5.6 V and the absolute maximum rating of the Neo is 5.5 V. Yepp, you need a comparator, which also waste power... Btw, what is the

Re: Litemoko, new window environment

2009-08-14 Thread Christian Rüb
On Freitag, 14. August 2009 08:57:45 rakshat hooja wrote: There isn't much source code to see :-), the launcher is 100 lines, litephone and literki are already available (although I'll try to put literki on a repo). I had to do some hacks in icewm, I'll release the patch (that one I have

Re: Litemoko, new window environment

2009-08-14 Thread Christian Rüb
On Freitag, 14. August 2009 08:57:45 rakshat hooja wrote: There isn't much source code to see :-), the launcher is 100 lines, litephone and literki are already available (although I'll try to put literki on a repo). I had to do some hacks in icewm, I'll release the patch (that one I

Convert travel diaries to JOSM suitable gpx files

2009-08-15 Thread Christian Rüb
Hi, as I use travel-diary[1] every now and then to map POIs I made a little perl script to convert the CSV to gpx files. You can find it here[2]. It reads from STDIN and prints to STDOUT Usage is simple: cat diaryfile | traveldiary2gpx.pl poi.gpx If you want the timestamp to be included you

Re: [litephone] entering numbers during a call

2009-08-16 Thread Christian Rüb
Hi I think that was my mistake. It worked, but during my changes I removed it and forgot it to add. I fixed in git[1]. Kind regards, Christof [1] http://git.senfdax.de/?p=litephone;a=summary On Sat, Aug 15, 2009 at 03:26:55PM -0700, Ali wrote: I finally got a chance to test the app

Re: [litephone] entering numbers during a call

2009-08-18 Thread Christian Rüb
On Sun, 2009-08-16 at 10:59 +0200, Christian Rüb wrote: I made a new ipk based on above commit [1] (litephone_0.0+git52+e6f7...). Ali, can you please check if it works for you now? Cheers, Christian [1] http://openmoko.senfdax.de/shr-unstable/ Hey, thanks for the quick reply

Re: [litephone] entering numbers during a call

2009-08-18 Thread Christian Rüb
On Tue, 2009-08-18 at 22:01 +0200, Christian Rüb wrote: Just tried it with litephone integrated numpad and it worked (checked my account balance using IVR). I just packaged latest version from git which includes bug fixes (e.g. call log) and UI improvements (messages). current

Different Navit builds

2009-08-21 Thread Christian Rüb
Hi, as there are some notable differences between navit from SHR[1] and navit directly [2]. Does someone know how the navit binary from [2] is built? Maybe advantages can be merged? Navit version from [1] is 0.1.0+svnrev2309-r3 from [2] is svn-2511 differences I noticed so far: [1]: honours

Re: QSuunto-Lite new version - divers and non-divers wanted

2009-08-25 Thread Christian Rüb
undrwater wrote: undrwater wrote: Whats new? * Stylesheet(s) * Download via GUI (divetools-ab needed) * More settings I WAS diving yesterday, so I will attempt to grab my profiles today or tomorrow. :) Russell Dwiggins Discovered the usb host adapter I have is

Re: Different Navit builds

2009-08-25 Thread Christian Rüb
Christian Rüb wrote: Hi, as there are some notable differences between navit from SHR[1] and navit directly [2]. Does someone know how the navit binary from [2] is built? Maybe advantages can be merged? Navit version from [1] is 0.1.0+svnrev2309-r3 from [2] is svn-2511 differences I

Re: Python email or direct GMail lib?

2009-08-25 Thread Christian Rüb
Adolph J. Vogel wrote: On Tuesday 25 August 2009 11:42:10 Michal Brzozowski wrote: 2009/8/25 Adolph J. Vogel ajvo...@tuks.co.za That's exactly the problem - I've no idea how to get there, anyway it's still browser based and imho using web browsers on the Neo sucks. Font sizes

Re: Different Navit builds

2009-08-25 Thread Christian Rüb
KaZeR wrote: Christian Rüb wrote: using svn r2517 $HOME/.navit/navit.xml is used by navit again, there seemed to be a bug in opk package as navit.xml in /usr/share/navit was empty, too. Also speed seems to be the same for menus etc. One more advantage of using [2]: deactivating

Re: Different Navit builds

2009-08-26 Thread Christian Rüb
arne anka wrote: hand crafted OSD layout also very useful on my FR. care to share? screenshot? will post relevant part of navit.xml and screenshot tonight ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org

Re: Different Navit builds

2009-08-26 Thread Christian Rüb
KaZeR wrote: arne anka wrote: hand crafted OSD layout also very useful on my FR. care to share? screenshot? Feel free to post the screenshot and OSD in the wiki, too. A landscape OSD layout could be useful. And are you aware that you can store your OSD in a separate xml

Re: Different Navit builds

2009-08-26 Thread Christian Rüb
arne anka wrote: hand crafted OSD layout also very useful on my FR. care to share? screenshot? I am not sure if all OSD Layouts should be placed on OSD wiki page [1], so i put it on my user page [2]. Scrrenshots here: [3] - I was missing the upload file link in navit wiki and have them up

Re: Different Navit builds

2009-08-26 Thread Christian Rüb
Sebastian Krzyszkowiak wrote: Navit in revision 2520 is now in SHR unstable repo :) Sorry if the following is getting a bit off topic Thanks for doing the updates, but current version does not build (qpainter error during compile as it is based on qt 4.5.2) Also could you also please change

QNavitCtl - Navit Bookmarks via dbus

2009-08-26 Thread Christian Rüb
I wrote a little Qt app to send destination or position to Navit via dbus (needs to be activated in navit.xml first) or center the map. package [1] source [2] screenshot [3] How to use it: create a file with name;lat;lon per line and start the program. If the file is named bookmarks.csv and

Re: Different Navit builds

2009-08-27 Thread Christian Rüb
On Donnerstag, 27. August 2009 11:50:52 KaZeR wrote: Pike-2 wrote: Hi hand crafted OSD layout also very useful on my FR. care to share? screenshot? Feel free to post the screenshot and OSD in the wiki, too. Oh - ah - ok http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/User:Pike/Navit I

Re: Different Navit builds

2009-08-27 Thread Christian Rüb
KaZeR wrote: Christian Rüb wrote: arne anka wrote: hand crafted OSD layout also very useful on my FR. care to share? screenshot? I am not sure if all OSD Layouts should be placed on OSD wiki page [1], so i put it on my user page [2]. Scrrenshots here: [3] - I was missing

Re: Different Navit builds

2009-08-27 Thread Christian Rüb
I am not sure if all OSD Layouts should be placed on OSD wiki page [1], so i put it on my user page [2]. Scrrenshots here: [3] - I was missing the upload file link in navit wiki and have them up there anyway... Actually i think they should rather go into the same page, otherwise

Re: QNavitCtl - Navit Bookmarks via dbus

2009-08-29 Thread Christian Rüb
arne anka: i just tried qnavitctl right now and had two problems: - where is the bookmarks.csv supposed to come from? navit creates bookmark.txt - tab buttons, button register leads only to could not get Navit instance and QDBusObjectPath: invalid path reply: coud not get iter

Re: QNavitCtl - Navit Bookmarks via dbus

2009-08-29 Thread Christian Rüb
Christian Rüb: arne anka: i just tried qnavitctl right now and had two problems: - where is the bookmarks.csv supposed to come from? navit creates bookmark.txt - tab buttons, button register leads only to could not get Navit instance and QDBusObjectPath: invalid path reply

Re: Scuba divers wanted (Re: QSuunto-Lite)

2009-09-18 Thread Christian Rüb
undrwater wrote: Christian Rüb wrote: Please see wiki page: http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/QSuunto-Lite and edit if you are also interested in a dive logging application. The day my host cable adaptor arrived also heralded the day I discovered my mosquito won't go into TR-PC

How to permanently set ServiceCenterNumber in SIM

2009-09-18 Thread Christian Rüb
Hi, I need to change the ServiceCenterNumber in order to be able to receive status reports. However if I change it via mdbus -s org.freesmartphone.ogsmd /org/freesmartphone/GSM/Device org.freesmartphone.GSM.SIM.SetServiceCenterNumber ' +49177062' This only lasts until next start/stop of

Re: QSuunto-Lite new version - divers and non-divers wanted

2009-09-22 Thread Christian Rüb
undrwater wrote: I'm looking at replacing my Mosquito (mentioned in the other post) with a D9 (a dive buddy has offered it up at a great price). Does your new version now support the D9? Lucky you :) No, it does not support D9, these are different protocols, see here [1]. But you might want

[SHR-U] No suspend when no phone app is running

2009-09-30 Thread Christian Rüb
Hi, when there is no program running requesting GSM resource my phone does not suspend. This is what I get with mdbus -s -l ... [SIGNAL]org.freesmartphone.Device.IdleNotifier.Statefrom :1.9 /org/freesmartphone/Device/IdleNotifier/0 ('suspend',) ... But the phone does not suspend. Is

Re: [SHR-U] No suspend when no phone app is running

2009-09-30 Thread Christian Rüb
Am Mittwoch, 30. September 2009 17:13:24 schrieb Sebastian Krzyszkowiak: On 9/30/09, Christian Rüb christian.r...@gmx.net wrote: Hi, when there is no program running requesting GSM resource my phone does not suspend. This is what I get with mdbus -s -l ... [SIGNAL

Waterproof bag

2009-10-10 Thread Christian Rüb
Hi, has anyone tried one of the waterproof (5m) bags from Aquapac? Is the mini [1] sufficient or is it too tight and it would be better to use medium [2]? Thanks for your replies. Cheers, Christian [1] http://www.aquapac.net/ukstore/mini-waterproof-phone-case-br-code-104-1119-0.html [2]

Re: Waterproof bag

2009-10-12 Thread Christian Rüb
...@mikeasoft.com wrote: Hi Christian, Christian Rüb wrote: has anyone tried one of the waterproof (5m) bags from Aquapac? Is the mini [1] sufficient or is it too tight and it would be better to use medium [2]? Yes, I have one, the mini is too small (it almost fits, but not quite), luckily

Re: QSuunto-Lite new version - divers and non-divers wanted

2009-10-19 Thread Christian Rüb
undrwater wrote: Christian Rüb wrote: ...these are different protocols, see here [1]. I've seen those before...but they mention that d9 fails? I do not have a D9 to test ;-) But you might want to look at divetools-ab (vyperlink.c) [2] sources and just rewrite the parts, so

Re: Navit - german localization causes rounding of GPS-position

2009-10-31 Thread Christian Rüb
Hi, I had the same problem. Also bookmarks will be saved using comma instead of dot a separator (locale settings). As a workaround I unset LC_ALL before starting navit (i.e. Exec=unset LC_ALL; navit in /usr/share/applications/navit.desktop). That way your LANG variable keeps set to de_DE.UTF-8,

Re: QSuunto-Lite new version - divers and non-divers wanted

2009-11-01 Thread Christian Rüb
On the other hand you can experiment with libdc [3] yourself writing a testapp to try the basics - there are already some basic examples in the sources. I compiled libdc and ran the d9 test dump app which resulted in success for memory dump as well as sdm dump (I assume the database

Re: [ALL] will the owner of the stopwatch application please report to the front desk

2009-11-07 Thread Christian Rüb
Hi, I know who wrote it and he will propably reply soon - otherwise I will tell him on monday personally ;-). In the meanwhile you can find the source here [1] and bb recipe here [2] if that helps. Btw I have it running on SHR-U currently... [1] http://git.senfdax.de/?p=stopwatch;a=summary [2]

Re: Midori Browser Config

2009-12-09 Thread Christian Rüb
Am Dienstag, 8. Dezember 2009 22:46:23 schrieb Thomas Zimmermann: Am Dienstag 08 Dezember 2009 22:03:44 schrieb Thomas Zimmermann: Am Dienstag 08 Dezember 2009 21:51:42 schrieb Andrew Stephen: I am using Midori 0.2.1-r1.4 on SHR-U. There are two usability issues which are causing me

QSuunto-Lite version 0.1.0 released

2009-12-22 Thread Christian Rüb
Hallo everybody, there finally is a release of QSuunto-Lite, a divelog viewing program for Suunto dive computers. What has changed? * there is now real data in time/depth graph displayed [4a] * you can save settings * UI changes * Suunto Spdyder does work now as well To download dives from

Re: reliable wifi gui for SHR

2009-12-23 Thread Christian Rüb
On Wednesday, 23. December 2009 15:05:05 Michal Brzozowski wrote: Hi, What's the most reliable wifi utility nowadays on SHR? I tried mokonnect, but it can't see any networks, although 'iwlist scan' shows them properly. Is there any other tool that will let me: -select a hotspot -type the

Re: reliable wifi gui for SHR

2009-12-23 Thread Christian Rüb
to me. I am not much of a python person, but just being able to find the scripts for the settings modules would probably help. Any info? Christian Rüb wrote: On Wednesday, 23. December 2009 15:05:05 Michal Brzozowski wrote: Hi, What's the most reliable wifi utility nowadays on SHR

Re: Quick e-mail poll: Still using your Freerunner?

2009-12-30 Thread Christian Rüb
Do you use FR as your daily/primary phone? not yet Do you use FR as your primary PDA? yes What distribution you run most of the time? SHR-U If you don't use FR as your daily phone/PDA, what phone did you change over to, and why? Have not switched over to FR yet, but still using my 9y

Re: QNavitCtl - Navit Bookmarks via dbus

2009-12-30 Thread Christian Rüb
as destination, as soon as i am near waypoint 1. Thanks a lot in advance. Kind regards, Ed Christian Rüb wrote: I wrote a little Qt app to send destination or position to Navit via dbus (needs to be activated in navit.xml first) or center the map. package [1] source [2] screenshot [3

Re: QNavitCtl - Navit Bookmarks via dbus

2009-12-30 Thread Christian Rüb
had, i can't set a destination with the current version of navit. (Dbus is enabled) So, i will ask the people from the navit team on how to use dbus with the current version. Thanks again and happy new year everybody. Kind regards, Ed Christian Rüb wrote: Hi Ed, to build

Re: QNavitCtl - Navit Bookmarks via dbus

2009-12-31 Thread Christian Rüb
. Kind regards, Ed Christian Rüb wrote: Hi Ed, to build it on your PC, you need to have qmake (from Qt) installed. Then simply run #qmake (the name may differ, liket qmake-qt4 or something) This will create your Makefile, then simply run #make and you are done, you will get one

Re: QNavitCtl - Navit Bookmarks via dbus

2010-01-01 Thread Christian Rüb
took a look at the source code, but i couldn't find out how to use it. Happy new-year, my has started perfectly ;-) Kind regards, Ed Christian Rüb wrote: Hi Ed, try this: dbus-send --print-reply --dest=org.navit_project.navit /org/navit_project/navit/default_navit

pimlico dates with multiple calendars

2010-01-02 Thread Christian Rüb
Hi, is it possible to use more calendars (i.e. ics files) in pimlico dates? Cheers, Christian ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

Re: [SHR-U] Wifi?

2010-01-04 Thread Christian Rüb
I didn't try bluetooth, but WiFi just works here with plain wpa_supplicant, with open, WPA and WEP networks. Is plain wpa_supplicant the default SHR setup? Last time I checked, I thought it wasn't. I've always wondered why not, as none of the other options (Mofi, wicd etc.) have ever

Re: [SHR-U] Wifi?

2010-01-04 Thread Christian Rüb
Plain wpa_supplicant has been working for me for many months now (no encryption, WPA(2) PSK, WEP). Can you post a quick howto here on how you do that? http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/WiFi#Using_wpa_supplicant_manually P. I use it in conjunction with a wpa_action script (from Debian),

QT and dbus - no such signal

2010-01-08 Thread Christian Rüb
Hi, I am about to write my own little GPS application in Qt and try to connect to FixStatusChanged signal from Gypsy but have the following problem Code snippet: ... deviceInterface = new QDBusInterface(org.freedesktop.Gypsy, /org/freedesktop/Gypsy/default, org.freedesktop.Gypsy.Device,

Re: QT and dbus - no such signal

2010-01-08 Thread Christian Rüb
On Friday, 8. January 2010 13:01:40 Christophe M wrote: Hi, I am about to write my own little GPS application in Qt and try to connect to FixStatusChanged signal from Gypsy but have the following problem Code snippet: ... deviceInterface = new QDBusInterface(org.freedesktop.Gypsy,

Re: QT and dbus - no such signal

2010-01-08 Thread Christian Rüb
Hi, thanks for your reply, but it is possible to connect a signal to a signal [1] and that is exactly what I want. It is even possible to connect a signal directly to another signal. [1] http://doc.trolltech.com/4.6/signalsandslots.html On Friday, 8. January 2010 13:27:32 Mickael Labrousse

Re: QT and dbus - no such signal

2010-01-08 Thread Christian Rüb
Am Freitag, 8. Januar 2010 schrieb Christophe M: Hi, I am about to write my own little GPS application in Qt and try to connect to FixStatusChanged signal from Gypsy but have the following problem Code snippet: ... deviceInterface = new QDBusInterface(org.freedesktop.Gypsy,

Re: QT and dbus - no such signal

2010-01-08 Thread Christian Rüb
Am Freitag, 8. Januar 2010 schrieb Michael Zanetti: On Friday 08 January 2010 12:52:14 Christian Rüb wrote: Hi, I am about to write my own little GPS application in Qt and try to connect to FixStatusChanged signal from Gypsy but have the following problem Code snippet

fake nmea device

2010-01-09 Thread Christian Rüb
Hi as I am still debugging my Qt dbus problem I installed DSO packages from [1] on my local Debian box. But I do not have a real GPS and no blueetooth. So, is there a way to fake a GPS device (something like cat'ing a NMEA log to a FIFO) to trick frameworkd? Thanks for your help. Cheers,

Re: fake nmea device

2010-01-09 Thread Christian Rüb
Am Samstag, 9. Januar 2010 schrieb Thomas Zimmermann: Am Samstag 09 Januar 2010 12:44:36 schrieb Christian Rüb: Hi as I am still debugging my Qt dbus problem I installed DSO packages from [1] on my local Debian box. But I do not have a real GPS and no blueetooth. So, is there a way

Re: QT and dbus - no such signal

2010-01-09 Thread Christian Rüb
Am Freitag, 8. Januar 2010 schrieb Christian Rüb: Hi, I am about to write my own little GPS application in Qt and try to connect to FixStatusChanged signal from Gypsy but have the following problem Code snippet: ... deviceInterface = new QDBusInterface(org.freedesktop.Gypsy, /org

Re: QT and dbus - no such signal

2010-01-09 Thread Christian Rüb
[...] I built Qt4 for SHR-unstable with SHR Makefile, Qt 4.5.2. Does anyone have a Qt version running on SHR where connection signals DOES work? Just a shot in the dark. Building Qt on shr some time ago (but already on the shr/merge branch) resulted in unstable behaviour, I had to

Re: New significant speedups coming to FreeRunner

2010-01-09 Thread Christian Rüb
Am Samstag, 9. Januar 2010 schrieb Michal Brzozowski: 2010/1/9 Radek Polak pson...@seznam.cz Btw if someone wants to try here is new kernel with modules: http://activationrecord.net/radekp/qtmoko/download/experimental/ Is this going to work with SHR or only with Qtmoko? I used

Re: QT and dbus - no such signal

2010-01-10 Thread Christian Rüb
[...] Thanks for this. Where exactly did you change it? I grepped 'Os' and 'O2' in openembedded/recipes/qt4/* but found neither. -O seems no to be set in CFLAGS under qt4/ I do not know if this is the right way, just digged in bitbake sources and added to local.conf the line:

Re: QT and dbus - no such signal

2010-01-10 Thread Christian Rüb
[...] As you can see, the ResourceChanged signal is not listed (neither on my FR nor on my PC), but with qdbusviewer I can connect to it and receive the signal: It seems the signature is wrong. In a my working snippet I used (with QDBusConnection::connect):

Re: [SHR] Podboy 1.2.0

2010-01-13 Thread Christian Rüb
Hi, A new version of Podboy is available. Changes in 1.2.0: * New feature: show details of episodes in page Downloads (like in page Episodes). * New feature: update only the selected podcast in page Downloads. * New feature: episodes can now be tagged as Ignore in page Downloads.

Re: [SHR] Podboy 1.2.0

2010-01-13 Thread Christian Rüb
Hi, I just wanted to try it and after importing a podcast I wanted to download 1 episode but get No folder defined for media - where can I define a folder? Thanks, Christian ___ Openmoko community mailing list

Calendar app supporting 2 or more ICS files?

2010-01-13 Thread Christian Rüb
Hi, does anyone know a calendar application - preferably for SHR - that does support more than 1 calendar and stores in ICS files? dates (from pimlico) seems to support only one. Thanks. Cheers, Christian ___ Openmoko community mailing list

Interactive password for PISI?

2010-01-13 Thread Christian Rüb
Hi, what about making passwords also interactive (e.g. if set to @interactive as for VCF file selection), so one can enter the password before sync and it does not need to be stored in clear text on the phone? Another question about PISI - if I got it right it only copies contacts during sync

QCurrency - simple currency calculator

2010-01-13 Thread Christian Rüb
Hi, I made a simple currency calculator as I could not find any. Feature: * can save excahnge rate :-) Source: http://git.senfdax.de/?p=qcurrency;a=summary Package (SHR): http://openmoko.senfdax.de/shr-new-unstable/qcurrency_0.1-r1.4_armv4t.ipk Wiki: http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/QCurrency

Re: QCurrency - simple currency calculator

2010-01-14 Thread Christian Rüb
Am Donnerstag, 14. Januar 2010 schrieb jeremy jozwik: On Wed, Jan 13, 2010 at 3:06 PM, Christian Rüb christian.r...@gmx.net wrote: Hi, I made a simple currency calculator as I could not find any. Feature: * can save excahnge rate :-) looks good so far. i like the big buttons, nice

Re: QCurrency - simple currency calculator

2010-01-14 Thread Christian Rüb
The reason I wrote it - I am travelling in Febuary. So new features will not come until March... february you say... hope your not taking cathay pacific! [traveling then too, hence my sudden extreme interest in this application] No, different airline ;-) If you need to change the rate,

Which FSO interface is best to get battery state

2010-01-24 Thread Christian Rüb
Hi, after reading docs here [1] I implemented some function in my program to release all resources if battery capacity drops below a user defined value. The docs say a wall charger reports 100, but looking at dbus it reports the current capacity of the battery while charging, see here:

Re: Which FSO interface is best to get battery state

2010-01-24 Thread Christian Rüb
Hi Mickey, thanks for your fast reply. On Sunday, 24. January 2010 Michael 'Mickey' Lauer wrote: Hi Christian, I'm afraid I didn't update the docs after changing the semantics slightly for FSO2. These days, for most applications, I advise to use the aggregated power supply instance, which

QGPSLog to be released

2010-01-26 Thread Christian Rüb
Hi, I wrote a GPS logging GUI that uses FSO for GPS and power control. It's simple and never supposed to get a map. My main target was to do track logging (start,stop,split) and be avoid supsend when logging. You can specify a minimum battery capacity needed to log (otherwise it will stop

Re: QGPSLog to be released

2010-01-28 Thread Christian Rüb
Hi, I wrote a GPS logging GUI that uses FSO for GPS and power control. It's simple and never supposed to get a map. My main target was to do track logging (start,stop,split) and be avoid supsend when logging. You can specify a minimum battery capacity needed to log (otherwise it will

Re: QGPSLog to be released

2010-01-29 Thread Christian Rüb
On Friday, 29. January 2010 07:16:54 Risto H. Kurppa wrote: On Fri, Jan 29, 2010 at 1:27 AM, Christian Rüb christian.r...@gmx.net wrote: Hi, I wrote a GPS logging GUI that uses FSO for GPS and power control. It's simple and never supposed to get a map. ... [1] http

Re: QGPSLog to be released

2010-01-29 Thread Christian Rüb
On Friday, 29. January 2010 10:53:24 Christ van Willegen wrote: On 1/29/10, Christian Rüb christian.r...@gmx.net wrote: Hi, I wrote a GPS logging GUI that uses FSO for GPS and power control. It's simple and never supposed to get a map. My main target was to do track logging (start,stop

Re: Two queries about Android installation

2010-04-25 Thread Christian Rüb
Neil Jerram wrote: On 24 April 2010 21:59, James Ancona j...@anconafamily.com wrote: The installer puts all of Android in NAND. After installation the SD card is only used for extra storage (web downloads, media, etc.) Any FAT formatted SD card will do. You can run with no SD card in

Re: Glamo slowness question. Glamo transfer speed improvements (+33%). Video sofdecoding playing profile. Glamo dma transfer.

2010-07-20 Thread Christian Rüb
On Monday, 19. July 2010 21:04:54 Petr Vanek wrote: I prepared u-boot to set new timings by default: www.bsdmn.com/openmoko/glamo/242/u-boot_glamo242.udfu sounds great! is there a qi version setting up these parameters? running system from uSD is much easier with qi... no qi? too bad :(

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