Re: I'm out of here.

2008-08-15 Thread Fox Mulder
Maybe you should give the debian/fso version a try. It sounds like it is quite stable. I will test it the next days because the 2008.8 is to unstable and the 2007.2 is not really good when it comes to use as a phone. Ciao, Rainer Dimitri wrote: Unfortunately, I've decided to sell my

Re: Alpha 2 Release of Accelerometer-based Gestures, and Screen Orientation

2008-08-16 Thread Fox Mulder
I installed the same uboot version yesterday and my event2 doesn't work like with the old uboot version. I don't think uboot has something to do with the problem if the sensors work or not. Ciao, Rainer Risto H. Kurppa wrote: On Sat, Aug 16, 2008 at 1:56 PM, Christian Anke [EMAIL

Re: Navit patch for faster map dragging

2008-08-17 Thread Fox Mulder
Florian Hackenberger wrote: On Sunday 17 August 2008, Lothar Behrens wrote: I had the same issue, but doing the same with -nodeps worked here too. Sorry, forgot to mention that the ipk dependencies are a mess. You need the -force-depends option (-nodeps is similar). Great work :-)

Navit language?

2008-08-18 Thread Fox Mulder
Hi everybody, i want to change the default language in which navit speaks to german but i don't find the necessary config for this. I use rev 1255 with map move speed patch and everything (else) works fine. :) Now i tried a simple export LANG=de_DE and started navit but this seems to have no

USB keyboard in hostmode?

2008-08-19 Thread Fox Mulder
Hi, i tried to use my logitech usb keyboard with the freerunner with no luck so far. I'm using 2007.2 with the latest uBoot Image and latest kernel/system updates. First i switched to usb hostmode and supplied the 5V to the usb port with the following commands. echo host

Re: USB keyboard in hostmode?

2008-08-19 Thread Fox Mulder
in the mouse cursor being displayed - this should help your efforts there. Cheers, Joseph [1] http://blogs.thehumanjourney.net/finds/entry/20080716 [2] http://blogs.thehumanjourney.net/finds/entry/20080730 2008/8/19 Fox Mulder [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hi, i tried to use my logitech usb keyboard

Re: USB keyboard in hostmode?

2008-08-19 Thread Fox Mulder
the top of my head. A three headed cable might fix your problems (as described on the wiki), but you're right in saying that the best test might be to use a simpler keyboard. Cheers, Joseph 2008/8/19 Fox Mulder [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I use an usb female to female adapter with the standard neo

Re: USB keyboard in hostmode?

2008-08-19 Thread Fox Mulder
Now i tested it with an usb hub but the behaviour is the same. In the log it shows that it found the hub and after attaching the keyboard it found both hid devices (keyboard and mouse). But again only the mouse part works and the keyboard does nothing. The log doesn't show any relevant difference

Re: USB keyboard in hostmode?

2008-08-19 Thread Fox Mulder
I think i found the problem why the keyboard isn't working. I went to a friend and after a few tests with his usb keyboard we found out, that the keyboard works, but only within the console and not in the X environment. After a short search i found a ticket which exactly describes my problem:

Re: USB keyboard in hostmode?

2008-08-20 Thread Fox Mulder
For USB Hostmode to work with power from the internal battery no hardware modification nor usb-hub is needed. I found the problem why my usb keyboard doesn't work within X. I still use 2007.2 with the newest daily builds but it seems that the xserver-kdrive-glamo module is too old. There was a bug

Re: Debian on the FreeRunner -- now official

2008-08-20 Thread Fox Mulder
I just installed debian on my new 8gb micro sd card. I changed the filesystem to ext3 after partitioning and i also changed the fstab to ext3. But now when i boot i get some warning messages that the ext3 filesystem is mounted as ext2. What else must i change so that the system knows its ext3 and

Re: Debian on the FreeRunner -- now official

2008-08-20 Thread Fox Mulder
After it boots up the root filesystem is mounted as ext3 how i specified it in the fstab. So it seems that only while booting something is not configured right. Maybe i could ignore this message, but i would be happier if this message doesn't apper. :) Timo Juhani Lindfors wrote: Fox Mulder

Re: Debian on the FreeRunner -- now official

2008-08-20 Thread Fox Mulder
brightness, which isn't very battery friendly. ;) Ciao, Rainer Fox Mulder wrote: I just installed debian on my new 8gb micro sd card. I changed the filesystem to ext3 after partitioning and i also changed the fstab to ext3. But now when i boot i get some warning messages that the ext3

Debian on the FreeRunner -- a few questions/solutions

2008-08-21 Thread Fox Mulder
First of all i must say that i'm quite impressed with debian on the freerunner. It runs quite smooth most of the time and the software choices are realy nice. :) There is a thing what i found out about the matchbox keyboard. The standard layout is quite bad so i tried my customized from 2007.2

Re: Debian on the FreeRunner -- a few questions/solutions

2008-08-21 Thread Fox Mulder
not affected by CAPSLOCK. y and z are swapped (joke) -Aapo Rantalainen 2008/8/21 Fox Mulder [EMAIL PROTECTED]: First of all i must say that i'm quite impressed with debian on the freerunner. It runs quite smooth most of the time and the software choices are realy nice. :) There is a thing

Re: Debian on the FreeRunner -- a few questions/solutions

2008-08-21 Thread Fox Mulder
+7 = ?should be / shift+0 = +should be = shift+. = : should be ; öä and umlaut-u do not affected by CAPSLOCK. y and z are swapped (joke) -Aapo Rantalainen 2008/8/21 Fox Mulder [EMAIL PROTECTED]: First of all i must say that i'm quite impressed with debian

Re: Debian on the FreeRunner -- a few questions/solutions

2008-08-21 Thread Fox Mulder
and no layout switch possibilities. :/ Ciao, Rainer Aapo Rantalainen wrote: 2008/8/21 Fox Mulder [EMAIL PROTECTED]: In the console the umlaute doesn't work at all. maybe i have to change my language or font settings. When i try it in mousepad the umlaute works and are affected by capslock

Re: Debian - alsa sound ?

2008-08-22 Thread Fox Mulder
I got the same problem as you with no sound but the modules are loaded and the soundcard is listed. The test with mpg123 gives also the same result. :( The command alsactl -f /usr/share/openmoko/stereoout.state restore didn't help at all. Did you find a solution for the problem that the neo

Re: FO - how do I get the hardware revision?

2008-08-22 Thread Fox Mulder
Just open the backcase and remove the battery. there you find your revision on the label with the serial number. Torfinn Ingolfsen wrote: Hello, I run FSO (testing) on my Neo 1973 (from shr.bearstech.com). If I want to find the hardware revision, the wiki says to use libgsmd-tool, see [1].

Re: 29 hours in suspend = 70% battery left

2008-08-22 Thread Fox Mulder
I suppose you installed debian on the sd-card. So you have no problem with any data corruption with suspend/resume actions? I disabled suspend because i read so much about the sd-card problem when suspending. :/ Ciao, Rainer Timo Juhani Lindfors wrote: Hi, I just hold down power button

Re: Debian - alsa sound ?

2008-08-23 Thread Fox Mulder
worked fine. Sound comes out the FR and one headphone. not sure why both headphone don't work. I didn't do any configuring to get sound working, if you want any of my config file, ask. ~ Matt Fox Mulder wrote: I got the same problem as you with no sound but the modules are loaded

Re: Customize Debian image in a mini desktop

2008-08-24 Thread Fox Mulder
It looks really nice. :) But i would suggest to change the modifier action from one mouse click to double click. On a touchscreen it is hard to flew over the icons to show the quicktip and not activate/deactivate the function. This would also prevent unintentional acivation or deactivation. Also

Re: Customize Debian image in a mini desktop

2008-08-24 Thread Fox Mulder
Here it works withput problems. But it isn't displayed at the bottom where the other panel aplications show up. It is located in the upper right at the panel which shows all open applications. Didn't you get any error messages? Does the process run at all in the background? arne anka wrote:

Re: Debian on the FreeRunner -- a few questions/solutions

2008-08-24 Thread Fox Mulder
Timo Juhani Lindfors wrote: Fox Mulder [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: First thing is that i can't find the setting, when the display dims the brightness. The default setting dims it after some minutes (~3-5 min, i didn't measure it) what is way to late for battery usage. Also it would

Re: Debian on the FreeRunner -- a few questions/solutions

2008-08-25 Thread Fox Mulder
Timo Juhani Lindfors wrote: Fox Mulder [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: else: self.timeouts = { \ IDLE: 1, IDLE_DIM: 2, IDLE_PRELOCK: 3, LOCK: 4, SUSPEND: 20, \ } But i

Re: Debian on the FreeRunner -- a few questions/solutions

2008-08-25 Thread Fox Mulder
I'm playing with debian for the last week and there are some new things i'm curious about. First thing is how i update the kernel and modules? I see that while installing debian it uses this kernel from openmoko:

Re: Debian on the FreeRunner -- a few questions/solutions

2008-08-25 Thread Fox Mulder
arne anka wrote: And then i wanted to ask if there is a working way to rotate the xfce screen like with 2007.2? the fbdev driver used does not support randr. the xglamo does, but it does not play well w/ tslib out of the box, someone posted a workaround recently making xglamo and tslib

Re: Debian on the FreeRunner -- a few questions/solutions

2008-08-25 Thread Fox Mulder
Joachim Breitner wrote: Hi, Am Montag, den 25.08.2008, 14:42 +0200 schrieb Fox Mulder: I'm playing with debian for the last week and there are some new things i'm curious about. First thing is how i update the kernel and modules? I see that while installing debian it uses this kernel from

Re: Debian on the FreeRunner -- a few questions/solutions

2008-08-25 Thread Fox Mulder
session, but for a short test it works good. :) Ciao, Rainer Michele Renda wrote: Fox Mulder wrote: Thats a good question. But i tried the gps with tangogps and it works quide good. So i think the fix is already implemented. But maybe it only works good because i used the agps utility from

Re: Debian on the FreeRunner -- a few questions/solutions

2008-08-25 Thread Fox Mulder
Joachim Breitner wrote: Hi, Am Montag, den 25.08.2008, 15:17 +0200 schrieb Fox Mulder: ATM, there are no automatic kernel updates in Debian. Phil Kern has tried to build a proper debian kernel package from the upstream sources, but it takes a very long time in a qemu builder, so fixing all

Re: Fennec on Openmoko

2008-08-25 Thread Fox Mulder
At the moment i got iceweasel running on my debian freerunner. It is also a firefox port which works great. I could use any original addon from mozilla. :) Maybe it is a bit slow when starting but at the moment it is the best browser i found for my neo. But you are right. In the future i hope

Re: Workaround for suspend/resume SD card problems

2008-08-25 Thread Fox Mulder
Maybe it is possible to get a workaround for this problem until it is fixed. When using a custom suspend script we maybe could do this stuff manual. When i would suspend the neo i start a script which first activates the sd_idleclk. Than it activates some access to the sd card and after that

Re: Debian on the FreeRunner -- a few questions/solutions

2008-08-26 Thread Fox Mulder
package this programm is provided. :/ Ciao, Rainer Johannes Florineth wrote: Johannes 2008/8/25 Joachim Breitner [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Hi, Am Montag, den 25.08.2008, 16:27 +0200 schrieb Fox Mulder: Oh thanks, i just overlooked the modules file

Re: USB host successes

2008-08-26 Thread Fox Mulder
Maybe this version is also possible: http://www.digitus.info/en/products/network/?c=1241p=651 Here in germany they are not as cheap but with ~10€ it is still ok. But on the website they only say that it uses a realtek chipset but not which. I know that the kernel supports some realtek chipsets

Re: AXFS filesystem for NOR

2008-08-26 Thread Fox Mulder
I was thinking of the NOR flash as a backup if everithing goes wrong. If you flashed the NAND with a new bootloader and it fails you maybe couldn't start the bootloader from NAND anymore. But you always could boot from NOR flash because you couldn't/didn't reflash this bootloader. Maybe i'm totaly

Re: Partitioning 4GB with the Debian Installer

2008-08-28 Thread Fox Mulder
arne anka wrote: secondly, the installer assumes ext2 imo, since etx3 is not recommended for sd card. That sounds interesting. I partitioned my 8gb sd-card to use ext3 for the rootfs and added an extra bootmenu entry for ext3. But why is ext3 not recommended for sd-card when compared to

Re: ASU keyboards

2008-08-28 Thread Fox Mulder
I will try matchbox keyboard and the illume version this evening. On 2007.2 i use the matchbox keyboard with a selfmade german layout with all needed keys including the f-keys. I really loved this keyboard and would be happy to use my keyboard.xml file in 2008.9. :) Ciao, Rainer Minh Ha

Re: Partitioning 4GB with the Debian Installer

2008-08-28 Thread Fox Mulder
arne anka wrote: But why is ext3 not recommended for sd-card when compared to ext2? i understood ist because of the additional wear caused by journalling. I played with debian on my sd card for over a week without any problems so far concerning the sd-card. I hope i must not backup my

Re: Debian Install failure: Hash Sum Mismatch

2008-08-28 Thread Fox Mulder
Interesting is, that i updated my NAND uboot to the latest version in http://downloads.openmoko.org/releases/Om2008.8-update/ which was from 27.8 at the time i downloaded it and it displays 1.3.2-moko12 at bootscreen. The last version before i used to update was from a few weeks before from

Re: Workaround for suspend/resume SD card problems

2008-08-28 Thread Fox Mulder
that the gps works without problems. And i don't want to do the sd_idleclk de-/activation trick when starting a gps app. Fox Mulder wrote: Maybe it is possible to get a workaround for this problem until it is fixed. When using a custom suspend script we maybe could do this stuff manual. When i

Re: GPS hardlocks OM2008.08

2008-08-28 Thread Fox Mulder
Alexey Kurochkin wrote: On Thu, 2008-08-28 at 17:07 +0200, Erland Lewin wrote: 2008/8/28 Alexey Kurochkin [EMAIL PROTECTED] When I run any program which uses GPS (Tango, locations, orrery, agps-ui) after some time OM hangs and nothing works. The only remedy is

Re: Workaround for suspend/resume SD card problems

2008-08-28 Thread Fox Mulder
That is exactly the thing i was searching for. Scripts that would be automatically executed before suspend or after resume. :) Now i will try this and activate suspend support on my neo. Until now i don't use suspend with my debian system on the sd-card because i don't want to have problems with

Re: GTA04

2008-08-29 Thread Fox Mulder
There is no GTA03 so why ask about GTA04? These kind mails just fills the list up with nonsense mails which i have to filter out afterwards. This is really annoying. Sorry if i say it so directly, but this is what i think about it. :/ H.Hveem wrote: Does anyone know What kind of hardware will

Re: debian/apm/apmd - experimenting

2008-08-31 Thread Fox Mulder
Do you refer to the sd-card partition table corruption bug when suspending/resuming? Ciao, Rainer Christian Adams wrote: moinmoin i just did some experiments with apmd .. now i have to reinstall debian on my 8G because - some might already guess - i had no backup sofar .. darn!

Re: scummvom on [EMAIL PROTECTED]

2008-08-31 Thread Fox Mulder
I got scummvm running, but it is not usable at all because the screen rotation doesn't work on-the-fly right now with xfce. So the window is much too wide and i can't see the buttons at the right end. :/ Ciao, Rainer Christian Adams wrote: moinmoin someone got scummvm on [EMAIL

Re: debian/apm/apmd - experimenting

2008-08-31 Thread Fox Mulder
. Don't know if this helps, but some people report that this works for them. :) Ciao, Rainer Christian Adams wrote: i guess so .. first time it occured to me .. and hopefully never again .. regards, morlac Am 31.08.2008 um 11:52 schrieb Fox Mulder: Do you refer to the sd-card

Re: scummvom on [EMAIL PROTECTED]

2008-08-31 Thread Fox Mulder
to classic (with config file entry) which makes more buttons visible but not all. :/ Ciao, Rainer Christian Adams wrote: .. could you tell us - who did not succeed in this yet - how you got it running? ;) regards, morlac Am 31.08.2008 um 12:00 schrieb Fox Mulder: I got scummvm

Re: debian/apm/apmd - experimenting

2008-08-31 Thread Fox Mulder
schrieb Christian Adams: i already found a workaround - running at least for me - for suspend/ resume - http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Debian#Suspend - but i wanted to be sure disabling service apmd is really required regards, morlac Am 31.08.2008 um 12:14 schrieb Fox Mulder: When playing

Re: debian/apm/apmd - experimenting

2008-08-31 Thread Fox Mulder
I already use the newest kernel with debian. Maybe i should try it with the default kernel instead. I have a little issue with all newer kernels than the original supplied one by debian install. With all new kernels the mouse cursor pops a few pixel below the position i touched the screen and

Re: Do others have sound on Debian?

2008-09-01 Thread Fox Mulder
I have sound with Debian. After first installation i also thought that sound doesn't work at all. But after some tests i found out that just not all apps seems to work with sound. Firstly in the default installation only alsa is supported, no oss or pulseaudio. But even not all apps with alsa

Debian and Zhone

2008-09-01 Thread Fox Mulder
I regulary upgrade my debian system every 1-2 days. In the last 2 days i got an update for zhone automatically installed which doesn't work anymore. Now when i start zhone the zhone screen appears as normal window within xfce like before. When i didn't do anything the screen gets dimed and short

Re: debian/apm/apmd - experimenting

2008-09-01 Thread Fox Mulder
Ok, my problem was, that i tried to suspend and resume without zhone running. After starting zhone and using the original kernel suspend and resume works without problems when pressing the power button. But isn't there a way to use suspend/resume with the power button without zhone? Because most

Re: Debian and Zhone

2008-09-01 Thread Fox Mulder
Fox Mulder wrote: I regulary upgrade my debian system every 1-2 days. In the last 2 days i got an update for zhone automatically installed which doesn't work anymore. Now when i start zhone the zhone screen appears as normal window within xfce like before. When i didn't do anything

Re: debian/apm/apmd - experimenting

2008-09-01 Thread Fox Mulder
this problem in other mails, so i have to search a bit more for a solution. :) Ciao, Rainer Cédric Berger wrote: On Sun, Aug 31, 2008 at 13:41, Fox Mulder [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I don't know which one is better, but after a short test with apm -s i found out that the script in the suspend.d dir

Re: Navit patch for faster map dragging

2008-09-02 Thread Fox Mulder
Is your patch surrently in the svn version integrated or do we still need to patch the sourcecode with this? If it is not integrated, wouldn't it be good to send this patch to the author so he could integrate it? I use debian on my neo and use the svn version to compile it myself instead of

Re: Navit patch for faster map dragging

2008-09-02 Thread Fox Mulder
Ok, i also meant the navit developer instead of OM. I know that this problem doesn't exist with normal pc's but it also doesn't harm normal pc's. So i think it isn't a bad thing if you just ask the navit developer if he/she integrates it into the source tree. Until than i stick with version 1255

Re: tslib xserver input driver debian packge, addition

2008-09-02 Thread Fox Mulder
Nik Lutz wrote: And if you want to rotate the screen add Option RotateCW to both (Device AND InputDevice ) sections of your xorg.xonf I have a few questions about your Rotate addition to xorg.conf What does this entry do? Does it always start the screen rotated

Re: xfwm instead of matchbox-wm on debian?

2008-09-03 Thread Fox Mulder
You have to replace the matchbox-wm line in zhone-session by xfwm4 to start the xfce-wm. I also experiment with it at the moment but i got one big problem. Everything looks fine after start and xfwm is running. Now it is much more to my liking with window resize and move functions. But the

Re: xfwm instead of matchbox-wm on debian?

2008-09-03 Thread Fox Mulder
schrieb Fox Mulder: You have to replace the matchbox-wm line in zhone-session by xfwm4 to start the xfce-wm. I also experiment with it at the moment but i got one big problem. Everything looks fine after start and xfwm is running. Now it is much more to my liking with window resize and move

Re: xfwm instead of matchbox-wm on debian?

2008-09-03 Thread Fox Mulder
comfortable. :) Ciao, Rainer Fox Mulder wrote: Ok it seems it does work after restart. I only tried to kill matchbox-wm and start xfwm4 (and matchbox-keyboard-toggle) but then it doesn't work. Now i tried to replace the wm within the zhone-session file and rebooted and the keyboard comes

Re: [EMAIL PROTECTED] xfce-battery-plugin

2008-09-04 Thread Fox Mulder
Why don't you just use the selfmade openmoko-panel-plugin which also displays the battery status? Ciao, Rainer Christian Adams wrote: moinmoin did someone manage to get the xfce-battery-plugin working properly? when i include it in the panel i always get a warning my battery is at

Re: xfwm instead of matchbox-wm on debian?

2008-09-04 Thread Fox Mulder
like exactly? I cannot seem to reproduce this... :/ -Marcel Am Mittwoch 03 September 2008 23:02:48 schrieb Fox Mulder: I found a solution. With xfwm4 i now can change settings for all windows. When i set the keyboard window to always on top it gets over all other windows. Now it is useable

Re: xfwm instead of matchbox-wm on debian?

2008-09-04 Thread Fox Mulder
I updated the wiki instructions with my working zhone-session file as an example. Michael Shiloh wrote: Fox Mulder wrote: Ok it seems it does work after restart. I only tried to kill matchbox-wm and start xfwm4 (and matchbox-keyboard-toggle) but then it doesn't work. Now i tried to replace

Re: usb mass media storage

2008-09-05 Thread Fox Mulder
1. This only works until reboot or manually reverting it. 2. Don't know, maybe. :) 3. /dev/mmcblk0p1 is the first partition on the sd card. So the usb stick will only show this one partition and nothing more. Ciao, Rainer Dale Maggee wrote: Petr Vanek wrote: I have spent a while

Where to get recent kernel and modules for debian now?

2008-09-05 Thread Fox Mulder
Now that buildhost is no more available i wonder where i could get the newest OM kernel and modules for use with debian. I know that i can get the kernel from http://downloads.openmoko.org/releases/Om2008.8/ but there are no modules package like i found on buildhost. I can't find any standalone

Re: Where to get recent kernel and modules for debian now?

2008-09-08 Thread Fox Mulder
. july. And i can see that in the latest kernels after around 4. september the sd-card corruption problem seems to be fixed by a patch. So it would be nice if somewhere the corresponding modules to the latest kernels where available. :) Ciao, Rainer Fox Mulder wrote: Now that buildhost

Re: Where to get recent kernel and modules for debian now?

2008-09-08 Thread Fox Mulder
it works i'm happy with it. :) Ciao, Rainer Thomas Markus wrote: Fox Mulder wrote: Hmm doesn't all the debian users update their original OM kernel with the recent ones? Apt-get upgrade doesn't update the kernel and modules at all. Even the debian installer script still uses the old kernel

Re: Where to get recent kernel and modules for debian now?

2008-09-09 Thread Fox Mulder
I tested it and suspend doesn't work anymore with the new kernel. Maybe i have to insmod some module for this to work. When i look at the zhone.log file i can see that the press of the pwr button is recognized, but nothing more happens. :/ Ciao, Rainer arne anka wrote: And now i got the

Re: Where to get recent kernel and modules for debian now?

2008-09-10 Thread Fox Mulder
In which mailing list or forum could i reach fso developer to ask them about this problem? I searched on www.freesmartphone.org and only found the list on http://projects.linuxtogo.org/pipermail/smartphones-standards/. Is this the right list or is there a more apropriate list for this kind of

Re: Questions regarding shell/startup scripts

2008-09-10 Thread Fox Mulder
Maybe you should first write which distro you use if you want usefull answers. ;) SCarlson wrote: Hey guys -- Does anyone's resolv.conf get stomped on every time the machine is rebooted? I have been adding my nameservers by hand.. Just wondering if there is a good reason for this?

Re: milestone3 available in Debian

2008-09-13 Thread Fox Mulder
I updated my debian system to the new fs03 files and also updated the kernel/modules to the newest one at [8] from 11-Sep-2008. But now suspend doesn't work anymore. I thought that the fso kernels are working together with zhone to support suspend like the original installed fso2 kernel did with

Re: milestone3 available in Debian

2008-09-13 Thread Fox Mulder
I just installed remoko but when i try to start it i get some error messages and the start is aborted. It looks like a dbus error, but i'm not sure. Here is the console output: warning: x11-16 is not supported, fallback to x11 dbus_objectInit... could not create proxy for

Re: 2008.9 Basic questions

2008-09-20 Thread Fox Mulder
When i ordered the phone the reseller said on the website that the phone isn't useable for daily use and is only for enthusiasts. And this information was everywhere in the net even at july when i ordered my phone. So don't say you didn't noticed this when you ordered your phone. Or did you just

Re: gta02v5_and_up-u-boot.bin

2008-09-20 Thread Fox Mulder
I think the message WARNING: Do not flash U-Boot unless you are sure you need to is meant to stop users with no knowledge with these things at all. I reflashed my uboot ~4 times until now and it always worked. The more problematic message is the warning that dfu-util is broken, why i didn't

Re: new version of the openmoko-panel-plugin 0.3

2008-09-21 Thread Fox Mulder
I think he doesn't say more about the openmoko-panel-plugin because the older versions are floating around this mailing list for quite some time. :) It is a small xfce plugin to show and change the status of wlan, gps, bluetooth, battery, gsm, usb and keyboard. It is like the indicator bar of

Re: 2008.9 Basic questions

2008-09-21 Thread Fox Mulder
For a complete and working routing solution just use navit. It uses maps from openstreetmaps.org compiled to a binary format which consumes just ~90MB for whole germany. It also supports speach output for directions. I tested it between two cities where i live and it routed me very well. The

Re: 2008.9 Basic questions

2008-09-21 Thread Fox Mulder
I also experienced the problem that the FR slowes down to a point where it freezes when the memory consumption goes to the limit of the internal ram. And this happenes quite often when using many programs. To solve this problem i created a swap file with 64MB on my sd-card (vfat, but this

Re: Audio Jack Sampling Rate?

2008-09-21 Thread Fox Mulder
Here's another approach: Why not use two freerunner on different locations which do have one ir input attached. They synced the clock with ntp and both of them save the time difference between mic and ir data. You know the exact location of both and you could sync the data over wlan/gprs and

Re: [EMAIL PROTECTED] missing LAN tools

2008-09-21 Thread Fox Mulder
In my debian installation were no ping, traceroute and nslookup preinstalled. Everything needs to be installed after installation like many other nice things. I would suggest that you take a look at your resolv.conf because it seems that your name resolving doesn't work. Try adding a working dns

Re: new version of the openmoko-panel-plugin 0.3

2008-09-23 Thread Fox Mulder
Am 21.09.2008 um 11:45 schrieb Fox Mulder: I think he doesn't say more about the openmoko-panel-plugin because the older versions are floating around this mailing list for quite some time. :) It is a small xfce plugin to show and change the status of wlan, gps, bluetooth, battery

Re: [debian] Can't type with matchbox keyboard

2008-09-23 Thread Fox Mulder
In the official debian repos (i only use the default) is the actual svn version since a few days. I updated a few days ago and the new version was installed without any of these troublesome bugs. ;) Ciao, Rainer Aapo Rantalainen wrote: does any volunteer to get in touch with the

Re: [debian gps] How to check gps

2008-09-23 Thread Fox Mulder
For me fso-gpsd didn't work right so i changed back to gpsd and everything works like a charm with gps. :) Maybe you try installing gpsd and deinstall fso-gpsd. Ciao, Rainer Christian Weßel wrote: Hello, tangogps and fso-gpsd were installed from http://ftp2.de.debian.org, but I get no

Re: [debian gps] How to check gps

2008-09-24 Thread Fox Mulder
Al Johnson wrote: On Wednesday 24 September 2008, Christian Weßel wrote: Ok, if I understand in right: HW SW SW SW gps - ogpsd - fso-gpsd - tangogps - location Right? That's my understanding, yes. As far as i know Location doesn't use FSO-gpsd. It

Re: FR as a USB-Key

2008-09-24 Thread Fox Mulder
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm using the stable OM2008.9, and so I can't even do rmmod g_ether, because it is built-in. (or maybe it's cdc_ether, but the problem is the same) . So there is no chance for me. :( I guess you have to use a custom kernel, or perhaps an FSO or Testing image...

Re: [debian gps] How to check gps

2008-09-24 Thread Fox Mulder
Roland Mas wrote: Fox Mulder, 2008-09-24 17:51:30 +0200 : If someone of you manage to use fso-gpsd with tangogps for more than a few minutes without problems than please report it. My try to do so ended in a failure why i use (old) gpsd at the moment. It works for me. I don't record

Re: [debian gps] How to check gps

2008-09-24 Thread Fox Mulder
Ok, than this bug still exists. I think i will stick to gpsd a bit longer until fso-gpsd works a bit more reliable. ;) Roland Mas wrote: Fox Mulder, 2008-09-24 18:10:13 +0200 : It works for me. I don't record traces these days because I'm stuck at home working, but I get a fix that lasts

Re: [debian] Sephora 0.1 - Suggestions needed

2008-09-25 Thread Fox Mulder
Risto H. Kurppa wrote: One more that came to my mind: you mentioned mute/volume - how about ability to easily change the behavior in case of a call or text message: Full ringing, just a discreet 'beep', vibration on/off and so on.. And an extension to this would naturally be possibility to

Re: [debian] openmoko-panel-plugin 0.4

2008-09-26 Thread Fox Mulder
I installed the new 0.4 and the notifications are quite cool. :) But i had the problem, that the gsm, usb and brightness icon wasn't shown anymore. After a bit investigation i found out that the new 0.4 deb package misses quite some icons. It misses the following icons: brightness.png

Re: [FDOM] new release 20080927

2008-09-28 Thread Fox Mulder
Sounds like the usb network module isn't loaded. All newer kernels has these modules no more compiled into the kernel and maybe it was forgotten to add to the /etc/modules file in the actual FDOM version. Take a look at the loaded modules (with ldmod) if g_ether is loaded and if it is in

Re: Minty Boost FreeRunner

2008-09-29 Thread Fox Mulder
Why not just measure the batteries yourself? It's just two AA cells where one cell is 50mm height and 14mm diameter. Than you add the space you need for the little step-up converter and that's all. Ciao, Rainer Matthias Apitz wrote: El día Monday, September 22, 2008 a las 11:17:58PM

Re: [debian] Sephora 0.1 - Suggestions needed

2008-09-29 Thread Fox Mulder
When you get the first fix you also should see your position. But after first fix the position is quite unsharp and gets better in the next seconds/minutes. For me i have my position within 30-60 seconds after starting gps. I use the latest fso and sometimes the latest om kernel with debian Ciao,

[Debian/gta02v5] zhone suspend not working anymore

2008-09-29 Thread Fox Mulder
Since over a week suspend isn't working anymore for me. I use the latest fso kernel [1] and latest updates for debian until 29.9.08. When i take a look at the zhone.log file everything seems to be fine. After pressing the power button for 1 sec my neo goes into sleep [2]. But than i can't wake it

Re: [debian] Sephora 0.1 - Suggestions needed

2008-09-29 Thread Fox Mulder
Renda 2008/9/29 Fox Mulder [EMAIL PROTECTED]: When you get the first fix you also should see your position. But after first fix the position is quite unsharp and gets better in the next seconds/minutes. For me i have my position within 30-60 seconds after starting gps. I use the latest fso

Re: [Debian] Still no resume

2008-10-01 Thread Fox Mulder
Suspend is broken again in the latest fso kernels. But with the latest openmoko kernel suspend works. But zhone is reacting a bit weird after resuming. ;) Ciao, Rainer Sven Bretfeld wrote: Hello list No matter what I'm doing, Debian won't wake up from suspend. I have installed a recent

Re: [Debian] Still no resume

2008-10-01 Thread Fox Mulder
It seems that OM and FSO apply different patches to the standard kernel so they behave a little different. At the moment i stick to OM kernels because they are build daily instead of FSO which build new kernels only in longer intervals. And as long as OM kernels work with the fso framework it is

Re: [debian] Top bar does not appear

2008-10-02 Thread Fox Mulder
FSO3 in debian doesn't have the top bar anymore in zhone. You can use the openmoko-panel-plugin floating around in this mailing list. This xfce plugin shows the status of gsm, battery and some other usefull stuff. :) Ciao, Rainer Denis Galvão wrote: Hi guys. After some time trying to

Re: [debian] openmoko-panel-plugin 0.4

2008-10-02 Thread Fox Mulder
I previously posted a note that the actual 0.4 package misses quite some icons. So to get it to work you just have to put the missing icons back to /usr/share/pixmaps/openmoko-panel-plugins. You can get the icons from http://www.ohli.de/download/openmoko-panel-plugin_0.4.orig.tar.gz It misses the

Re: [debian] openmoko-panel-plugin 0.4

2008-10-04 Thread Fox Mulder
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: My .deb doesnt appear to miss these icons, except brightness.png. I cant find the brightness.png file in the src tgz. When i take a look at the .deb with dpkg-deb -c openmoko-panel-plugin_0.4-1_all.deb i can see that all my mentioned icons are missing. But maybe there

Re: duke3d on debian ?

2008-10-04 Thread Fox Mulder
Right click patch isn't implemented in xglamo so far. It's also really bad that there exists the xglamo package which seems to work but no really progress is made to use it as default for debian. Only with xglamo rotation and other usefull stuff works right. I wish there would be some news about

Re: Tango GPS shows GPS Times form 1999

2008-10-04 Thread Fox Mulder
This seems to be a fso-gpsd bug. I also experienced this problem why i went back to use gpsd which always show the right time and satellites. Ciao, Rainer Matthias Camenzind wrote: I've installed Debian on microSD 2GB with Xfce, tangogps and fso-gpsd. The Trip section is normaly showing a

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