Re: freerunner unable to work with 3G SIMCards?

2008-07-08 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2008/7/7 Joachim Steiger [EMAIL PROTECTED]: after reading shawn lin's testreport i believe we really have a problem with the 1.8V sim cards then. too bad the one i tested has no voltage printed on (some sims have, this sadly doesnt). will try to find out next time i get near that sim. My

Re: freerunner unable to work with 3G SIMCards?

2008-07-08 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2008/7/8 Jeffrey Ratcliffe [EMAIL PROTECTED]: My German Blau SIM (On the back it says, amongst other things, 3V - does that mean volts?) does NOT work on my new GTA02, despite what is on http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Carriers One colleague's Dutch Orange SIM did work, but two other German

Re: GPS

2008-07-09 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
I'm having some trouble getting GPS to work on my Freerunner Having installed gpsd and tangogps, I tried starting gpsd and got: Starting gpsd: No /dev/ttyS3 GPS device, aborting gpsd startup. Check /etc/default/gpsd and tangogps couldn't find the gps receiver I saw this irc log:

Re: GPS

2008-07-10 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2008/7/10 simarillion [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Just have a look at http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Gpsd Ah. Thanks. I hadn't spotted that. Why hasn't this been corrected in the gpsd package? Regards Jeff ___ Openmoko community mailing list

Re: Accessing the freerunner filesystem

2008-07-11 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2008/7/11 Arne Zachlod [EMAIL PROTECTED]: for adding files on the freerunner i use gftp in ssh2 mode, that's very comfortable. There is probably a way to mount the FR filesystem with FUSE. Indeed http://wiki.vpslink.com/index.php?title=HOWTO:_Install_and_mount_FUSE_filesystems suggests that

Re: Accessing the freerunner filesystem

2008-07-11 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2008/7/11 Jeffrey Ratcliffe [EMAIL PROTECTED]: ssh [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/directory /mount_point That should have been sshfs [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/directory /mount_point http://myy.helia.fi/~karte/mount_sshfs.html ___ Openmoko community mailing list

Re: GPS

2008-07-11 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2008/7/11 Alexander Paersch [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Just today I stumbled upon a page on the openmoko wiki: http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/FreeRunner_GPS_antenna_repair_SOP It was written this morning. Anybody tried this fix and can report whether this realy fixes the issue? These look like

Re: Reason for GPS problems found!

2008-07-15 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2008/7/15 Mikko Rauhala [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Indeed that's a biggie... Here's hoping any kludgy but not-very-cumbersome fix will be found. (Let's wrap the µSD in tinfoil!) Or an external antenna? Regards Jeff ___ Openmoko community mailing list

Re: Reason for GPS problems found!

2008-07-16 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2008/7/15 Joerg Reisenweber [EMAIL PROTECTED]: The good news: *IF* all pans out, there's (or soon will be) a new kernel at Andy branch that stops SD-card clock when SDcard is idle. We hope this will almost cure the problem, at least reduce it to sth like you can't GPS while watching video from

Updates

2008-07-16 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
Am I the only one who hasn't got his head around exactly what gets updated where? As I understand it, you can flash 3 things: u-boot (the bootloader) the kernel the root filesystem Should I think of u-boot as the OpenMoko version of Grub? In which case why can't opkg update this? opkg can also

Re: Updates

2008-07-16 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2008/7/16 Mike Montour [EMAIL PROTECTED]: That's correct - u-boot is responsible for initializing the hardware (like a PC BIOS) as well as for loading and booting the kernel (like Grub). Thanks. I've updated the wiki. Regards Jeff ___ Openmoko

Re: freerunner unable to work with 3G SIMCards?

2008-07-18 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2008/7/7 Jeffrey Ratcliffe [EMAIL PROTECTED]: My German Blau SIM (On the back it says, amongst other things, 3V - does that mean volts?) does NOT work on my new GTA02, despite what is on http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Carriers One colleague's Dutch Orange SIM did work, but two other German

Re: Strange things

2008-07-18 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2008/7/18 Matthew Lane [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I'm also having similar problems. And sending an SMS message via the GUI on the stock 2007.2 build is via an icon above the contact's number. This only works from an existing contact. There isn't a possibility to start a message with a blank number,

Re: CRCFAIL?

2008-07-18 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2008/7/18 Andy Green [EMAIL PROTECTED]: However, PMU driver was feeling this way before userspace got started and therefore before pid 1 existed. It turned out that Linux reacts to this situation by killing the nearest thing to hand, which was the JFFS2 garbage collection thread, with a

Re: Import Contacts

2008-07-20 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 2008/7/16 C R McClenaghan : I get the following error using manage-contacts.py in the following way from SSH: python manage-contacts.py load [removed listing of first vcard entry] Traceback (most recent call last): File manage-contacts.py,

Re: Import Contacts

2008-07-20 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2008/7/20 Roland Mas [EMAIL PROTECTED]: 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... OK. A reboot got this working. Does

Re: Import Contacts

2008-07-21 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2008/7/20 Jeffrey Ratcliffe [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I started out by making the mistake of copying my Evolution db across... I had my contacts in Outlook because I was using an HTC Kaiser... Outlook-csv-Evolution-vcf-OM didn't work very well, a. because the field mapping was dodgy in places b

Re: Terminal + UTF-8

2008-07-27 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2008/7/27 Sebastian Reichel [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Also it seems the openmoko-terminal2 does not read in .profile, which would be a nice feature, since there should be a way to define some aliases, ... If you are using bash, .profile is only read if it a login shell. Try .bashrc. Jeff

Re: How do you reply to an sms in 2007.2?

2008-07-28 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2008/7/28 Kalle Happonen [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hit the pen (lower right) when you have the message open.. It doesn't give you a warm feeling that that is going to work when the to: number field is blank. Regards Jeff ___ Openmoko community mailing list

Re: Setting the wake-up on specific time

2008-07-30 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2008/7/30 Maciej Piechotka [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Ok. I'll have to look on RTC ioctl DBus interface. If you figure it out - please document it on the wiki, and report what you have done here. Regards Jeff ___ Openmoko community mailing list

Re: Phonecalls hanging up

2008-07-31 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2008/7/31 Kalle Happonen [EMAIL PROTECTED]: option. Is the phone going to suspend even if a call is active? It also seems to suspend even if you are logged in over ssh. There needs to be an option not to suspend if a. There is external power b. You are in a call Regards Jeff

Re: Umlauts in Openmoko

2008-08-03 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2008/8/3 Tobias Kündig [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I just have one question: I'm living in Switzerland, so I type my SMS in (Swiss) German. That's why it would be really useful to use Umlauts (ä, ö, ü / Ä, Ö, Ü). Unfortunately Umlauts mess up the whole message text. They are replaced by {, } or even

Re: Navit?

2008-08-04 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2008/8/5 Dale Maggee [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Has anybody managed to get Navit working on their freerunner? I've been working on this, but unfortunately, Real Life has been preventing me sorting out the problem I had - that the build was failing in the tool chain because it builds a sample map as part

Re: Navit?

2008-08-05 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2008/8/5 Yorick Moko [EMAIL PROTECTED]: this installs another version of navit that does not start when I press it I could install navit with opkg install http://www.mikeasoft.com/~mike/ipk/armv4t/navit_0.0.4-r0_armv4t.ipk but running it gives: ** (process:1582): WARNING **: failed to

Re: Navit?

2008-08-05 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2008/8/5 Jeffrey Ratcliffe [EMAIL PROTECTED]: ** (process:1582): WARNING **: failed to instantiate gui '(null)' On reflection, this is probably because I threw too big a map at it. Without a map, at least it starts. Jeff ___ Openmoko community

Re: Navit?

2008-08-11 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2008/8/5 Jeffrey Ratcliffe [EMAIL PROTECTED]: On reflection, this is probably because I threw too big a map at it. Without a map, at least it starts. No. It didn't like something in ~/.navit/navit.xml. I copied /usr/share/navit/navit.xml to ~/.navit/navit.xml, updated the map file data

Re: Navit OSM Map Convert

2008-08-14 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2008/8/14 carcinoma [EMAIL PROTECTED]: i'm in progres to convert the OSM Map of Berlin into an Navit Binary map File. Does anyone have some experiences with that? The Map i created and loaded into navit looks more like a fuzzy map. I followed the instructions on the wiki. used the python

Re: Navit?

2008-08-18 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2008/8/18 Nathan Kinkade [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I assume it has to do with this: http://navit.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/navit?view=revrevision=1169 I guess it's time for me to learn how to build packages for Openmoko. Or use http://www.acoveo.org/navit_0.1.0+svnrev1255-r0_armv4t.ipk which

Re: Navit?

2008-08-19 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2008/8/19 Christ van Willegen [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Are the instructions on the Wiki page still correct? It refers to http://www.mikeasoft.com/~mike/ipk/armv4t/navit_0.0.4-r0_armv4t.ipk Now they are. Jeff ___ Openmoko community mailing list

Re: Navit patch for faster map dragging

2008-09-02 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2008/9/2 Florian Hackenberger [EMAIL PROTECTED]: It's up to the OM developers to integrate my patch, I do not have SVN access. Could someone from OM please comment on that? Surely it is up to the Navit developers to accept the patch, and I don't suppose they read this mailing list... Jeff

Re: Debian size and uSD

2008-10-15 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
I bought myself a 4Gb uSD card and decided to have a go at moving the (full) 512Mb partition onto it, using http://inferno.slug.org/cgi-bin/wiki?Drive_Backup_And_Cloning as my reference. I backed up the 512Mb with no problem. The 4Gb card was not recognised, though; dmesg on the desktop

Re: External wired small USB keyboard

2008-10-24 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2008/10/24 Joseph Reeves [EMAIL PROTECTED]: http://oadigital.net/hardware/duraflex Especially the smaller model: http://oadigital.net/hardware/duraflex/duraflex-mini Do you have any prices? Regards Jeff ___ Openmoko community mailing list

Re: External wired small USB keyboard

2008-10-24 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2008/10/24 Joseph Reeves [EMAIL PROTECTED]: http://oadigital.net/hardware/duraflex Especially the smaller model: http://oadigital.net/hardware/duraflex/duraflex-mini Do you have any prices? Regards Jeff ___ Openmoko community mailing list

Re: I/O problems with SD card

2008-11-23 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2008/11/23 Andy Green [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Recent kernels have a workaround in that starts the card at slower clock until the first bulk transfer completed successfully when it is cranked up to 16MHz, that seemed to make the previous problems with some cards pretty much go away. Presumably

Re: Re: I/O problems with SD card

2008-11-24 Thread jeffrey . ratcliffe
On Nov 23, 2008 8:12pm, Andy Green [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Recent kernels have a workaround in that starts the card at slower clock until the first bulk transfer completed successfully when it is cranked up to 16MHz, that seemed to make the previous problems with some cards pretty much go away.

[2008.testing] GPS after resume

2009-01-02 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
Having installed navit on my GTA02v5, it seems that it loses GPS after resuming. I haven't finished playing around to see if this is a GPS problem or a navit problem, but while I do, has anyone else noticed? Found a solution? Regards Jeff ___ Openmoko

[navit] Sample map

2009-01-02 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
Given the fact that space is short on mobile devices, might I suggest that the sample map not be included in the .opkg? Regards Jeff ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

Re: [navit] Sample map

2009-01-02 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2009/1/2 Michael Shiloh mich...@openmoko.org: I beg to differ. Since Internet access is so iffy at the moment, having something to show right away is very important. Or at least put it in a separate package. ___ Openmoko community mailing list

Re: Car Charger?

2009-01-03 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2009/1/3 Gothnet openm...@nastylittlehorse.net: Has anyone found a car charger that would work to supply power to the FR running as a navigation aid? My previous phone was an HTC TyTN II, and the charger from that seems to work OK - eg.: http://www.expansys.com/p.aspx?i=138248 The exact one I

Re: [2008.testing] GPS after resume

2009-01-03 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2009/1/2 Marco Trevisan (Treviño) m...@3v1n0.net: I figure that this should be controlled by the kernel side. Simply the GPS chip is turned off and then on on suspend/resume. That's why on resuming it's like you've done a cold reset. There should be a thread about this on the kernel list...

Re: [2008.testing] GPS after resume

2009-01-05 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2009/1/5 Al Johnson openm...@mazikeen.demon.co.uk: Yes, and I think ogpsd is supposed to do this. Almanac and ephemeris is saved when preparing for suspend, and loaded on resume, along with current time. If things haven't changed too much while suspend then resume should be faster than from

Re: Re: [2008.testing] GPS after resume

2009-01-12 Thread jeffrey . ratcliffe
Further tests show that 1. after resume, Navit does not get another GPS fix 2. leaving Navit open, and on forcing a cold start with agpsui, agpsui does not even see the time signal (I assume Navit blocks it), but this is enough for Navit to get a fix So at least there is a workaround. It

Re: [2008.testing] GPS after resume

2009-01-12 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2009/1/12 Vladimir Koutny vl...@moko.ksp.sk: As I wrote already, there is a bug in kernel GPS suspend/resume code which leads to GPS not being powered after resume. Simply re-enable it manually via Settings, or apply my patch sent to kernel list (but still not merged into git) -

Re: Re: Car Charger?

2009-01-16 Thread jeffrey . ratcliffe
On Jan 15, 2009 6:21pm, Josh Thompson om-c...@joshandbianca.net wrote: http://www.extremepda.com/AUTOMOUNT-GN-LG.html This looks very good. Can anyone recommend anything similar available in Germany? Regards Jeff ___ Openmoko community mailing

Re: [Tango-GPS] Map bulk download?

2009-01-22 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2009/1/22 Matthew Lane mal...@purdue.edu: I was wondering if anyone has a tar'd compilation of all the USA maps? Why not use navit? It uses the same osm source, but does the rendering itself, which is not quite as pretty as that from Osmarender, which tangogps uses, but grabbing a map of the USA

Re: Re: [Tango-GPS] Map bulk download?

2009-01-26 Thread jeffrey . ratcliffe
On Jan 26, 2009 4:07pm, Christ van Willegen cvwille...@gmail.com wrote: I'll do my best getting navit to (cross) build, so that I can distribute an .ipk file... Err.. The navit project has nightly opkg builds from SVN. Regards Jeff ___ Openmoko

Re: [debian] zhone not working

2009-02-01 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2009/1/31 vale va...@gmx.de: hm now zhone starts fullscreen and i cant change back to the xfce desktop. is there some trick ? if i choose to exit zhone from zhone menu, it also kills x11 and shuts down debian :( I've got the same problem with fbpanel, set up as given in

Re: Re: fbpanel dies. was: [debian] zhone not working

2009-02-02 Thread jeffrey . ratcliffe
On Feb 2, 2009 2:24pm, arne anka openm...@ginguppin.de wrote: wouldn't it be more sensible to use a better wm, like xfce or lxde? Quite possibly, but as I don't know any of them, I was working my way from the top of the wiki. xfce seems to have some of the same problems, judging from

Re: fbpanel dies. was: [debian] zhone not working

2009-02-02 Thread jeffrey . ratcliffe
On Feb 2, 2009 2:00pm, arne anka openm...@ginguppin.de wrote: uh. what does the while loop mean? anyone knows? what happens, when you comment the while loop and simply put fbpanel there? It allows you to reconfigure the window manager, kill it with killall fbpanel and see the results

Re: [Report] - Buzz fix

2009-02-03 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2009/2/1 Steve Mosher st...@openmoko.com: We have a SOP for people who want to do it by themselves or for others, but there are several other elements missing from the process that would allow us to help the non DIY folks. One thing that probably I have just got a friend of mine to do both

[2008.testing] sshfs

2009-02-22 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
Mounting my FR from my Ubuntu Intrepid box via sshfs is really useful, but sometimes, I cannot unmount it, getting: $ make moko- fusermount -u /home/jeff/OM/moko umount: /home/jeff/OM/moko: device is busy. (In some cases useful info about processes that use the device is found by

Re: [SHR Unstable + Qi]: WSOD

2009-02-23 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2009/2/23 Nacho Seijo lists.na...@gmail.com: I will flash uboot this afternoon, to try if I also get the annoying WSOD with it. This did it for me - with uBoot, no WSOD. Regards Jeff ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org

[debian] Illume won't show any icons

2009-03-07 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
Following this thread: http://lists.openmoko.org/nabble.html#nabble-td2315355 I installed menu-xdg, deleted ~/.e and restarted e, and was able to choose Enlightenment (Applications), but I still see no icons. What else do I have to do? Illume is in black and white. Is this supposed to be the

Re: [debian] Illume won't show any icons

2009-03-08 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2009/3/8 Klaus 'mrmoku' Kurzmann m...@mnet-online.de: don't know for debian... we had missing icons because of not installed e-wm- utils... Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be e-wm-utils package for Debian. Anyone else got any ideas? Regards Jeff

[debian/illume] Can't suspend

2009-03-08 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
When I press the power button, I get a group of icons, one of which is a crescent, which if I press, I get a message saying that it is going to suspend, but the doesn't. I'm using the 2.6.28 kernel. How can I get it to suspend? Another icon is a padlock. If I press that, the screen is locked,

Re: Re: [debian/illume] no sound

2009-03-10 Thread jeffrey . ratcliffe
On Mar 9, 2009 7:57pm, Davide Scaini dsca...@gmail.com wrote: mmm... that sounds (sorry) wierd! which kernel? probably you should try to change your alsa state... don't know if this helps... 2.6.28. I'll reinstall 2.6.24 to see if it makes a difference. Of course the 2.6.28 kernel I have in

Re: Re: Yet Another Screen Of Death

2009-03-12 Thread jeffrey . ratcliffe
On Mar 12, 2009 3:25pm, Stefan Fröbe frob...@googlemail.com wrote: As I was one of the first promoters of this fix I want to just update that ( as announced by Andy in the associated ticket ) the git commit Fix jbt6k74 qvga_normal state handling 83cf37799009 from Feb. 25th fixed all resume

Re: Yet Another Screen Of Death

2009-03-12 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2009/3/12 Michael Zanetti michael_zane...@gmx.net: create a file /etc/apm/resume.d/01display: #!/bin/sh export DISPLAY=:0 echo qvga-normal /sys/bus/spi/devices/spi2.0/state echo normal /sys/bus/spi/devices/spi2.0/state xrandr -s 480x640 make it executable and enjoy your WSOD-free Neo

Re: FreeRunner, most used distributions

2009-03-13 Thread jeffrey . ratcliffe
On Mar 13, 2009 11:06am, Juan Lucas Dominguez Rubio jldoming...@prodevelop.es wrote: Hello, I was wondering: anyone has an idea or stats about which distributions are used by the FreeRunners out there? Something like: Om 2007.x: 50% Om 2008.x: 20% SHR: 10% [...] Other hacks: 5% I imagine

Re: FSO status?

2009-04-07 Thread jeffrey . ratcliffe
On Apr 7, 2009 9:56am, David Garabana Barro da...@garabana.com wrote: Is Openmoko still founding FSO? No, at least according to Mickey's blog (http://www.vanille-media.de/site/index.php/category/opensource/openmoko/) Regards Jeff ___ Openmoko

[all] Car charger

2009-04-26 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
David, You have a car charger in your shop: http://www.tuxbrain.net/shop/product_info.php?products_id=44 Does this have the appropriate resistor to allow the FR to automatically select a higher charging rate? Regards Jeff ___ Openmoko community

Re: Re: [shr-testing] no screen lock

2009-04-27 Thread jeffrey . ratcliffe
On Apr 27, 2009 11:09am, Jakob jackram...@googlemail.com wrote: you can bind the aux button to Desktop Simple Lock. open the wrench -- input -- keybindings Thanks for the tip, but the window is larger than the screen. How can I scroll it left and right?

Re: Re: Re: [shr-testing] no screen lock

2009-04-27 Thread jeffrey . ratcliffe
On Apr 27, 2009 11:27am, Robin Paulson robin.paul...@gmail.com wrote: commands available. or try the 'Rotator' app, to get landscape mode Ah, yes. That did the trick. Now what I would really like to do is to bind the AUX key to a script that switched between portrait and landscape modes,

Re: [debian] new navit

2009-04-28 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2009/4/28 Marcel tan...@googlemail.com: Just tried to install your package - it depends on libgps17, but I can only find libgps18 in the repository. I have this problem, too. ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org

Re: [debian] new navit

2009-05-01 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2009/4/30 arne anka openm...@ginguppin.de: there's a new deb up that depends on libgps18 now. Thanks! Now it works. ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

Re: Re: [All?] Dictator - the most undemocratic recording and dictation software ever

2009-05-08 Thread jeffrey . ratcliffe
On May 8, 2009 8:48am, Andreas Kemnade andr...@kemnade.info wrote: The only thing I notice, in our (community) work is that today we have a LOT of applications doing gpx recording (going with memory, I remember TangoGPS, BikeAtor, Navit, probably also GPS Sight and Mumpot). Some applications

Re: DON'T PANIC

2009-05-09 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2009/5/9 Johny Tenfinger seba.d...@gmail.com: If you are using SHR from microSD an Qi, you can use that bootsplash when whole system is booting just in just 2 steps: Execute: opkg install shr-splash-theme-dontpanic Open /boot/append-GTA02 file and add splash to the end of line. On

Re: DON'T PANIC

2009-05-10 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2009/5/9 Yorick Moko yorickm...@gmail.com: tried the shr-unstable feeD? $ wget http://shr.bearstech.com/shr-unstable/ipk/armv4t/shr-splash-theme-dontpanic_1.1-gitr20+855b61e3e556d0b5e6703ddd3d7837510024e73e-r3_arm v4t.ipk $ opkg install

Fwd: [Announce] Intel and Nokia announce open source telephony project (oFono)

2009-05-11 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
-- Forwarded message -- From: Aki Niemi aki.ni...@nokia.com Date: 2009/5/11 Subject: [Announce] Intel and Nokia announce open source telephony project (oFono) To: debian-de...@lists.debian.org Cc: Marcel Holtmann mar...@holtmann.org Intel and Nokia are pleased to jointly announce

Re: Re: [shr-testing] sim not recognised

2009-05-15 Thread jeffrey . ratcliffe
On May 15, 2009 12:08pm, Robin Paulson robin.paul...@gmail.com wrote: # scp host:/path/to/image /dev/mmcblk0 or # wget URL-to-image -O /dev/mmcblk0 on the FR ought to do the trick. Alternatively, from outside the FR: $ scp /path/to/image r...@gta02:/dev/mmcblk0 i was under

Re: Re: Tangogps or navit with prepackaged Europe map

2009-05-29 Thread jeffrey . ratcliffe
On May 29, 2009 10:20am, KaZeR ka...@altern.org wrote: I'm using navit almost daily on my GTA02, for real-life navigation (not just test cases). Route computation is a bit slow, but we can also blame the FR for that. I'm using the MG maps (OSM coverage in my area is still rather poor) and i'm

Re: [all] navit install problems

2009-07-04 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2009/7/4 Robin Paulson robin.paul...@gmail.com: i'm trying to install navit using the instructions on the wiki - i've got the feed in opkg, and when i try to install, it stops part way through and returns 'Killed'. i see from opkg.org that i'm not alone with this. i've tried shutting down the

Re: good bye google code

2009-07-20 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2009/7/20 Patryk Benderz patryk.bend...@esp.pl: Sourceforge doesn't allow to delete code :( You can. I have done - you just have to go in with the shell - or ask them to do it. ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org

Re: a script to find broken packages before they break you!

2009-07-27 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2009/7/27 Previdi Roberto previdi.robe...@gmail.com: hello list. I wrote this little script taking inspiration from the powerful gentoo command revdep-rebuild. It scans all the binary files in /usr/bin and shows the broken ones (the ones linking non existent library) Nice work! Presumably it

Re: navit: how to set country and use route planning?

2009-08-09 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2009/8/9 arne anka openm...@ginguppin.de: a long time ago i was one time able to do some kind of route planning. then, there was a way to select the country i am in. With the internal GUI, you can change the country, but you'd better make sure that icon_xs is set to 32 otherwise you won't be

Re: Re: [fso] opimd?

2009-08-17 Thread jeffrey . ratcliffe
On Aug 16, 2009 5:22pm, Sebastian Krzyszkowiak seba.d...@gmail.com wrote: The same for messages, but it stores smses only when some other backend than SIM-Messages-FSO is specified as default. About databases in /etc - I agree, but that's how it was before I started to work at opimd and I din't

Re: [Off Topic] Prepaid SIM Suggestions

2009-08-31 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
On Mon, Aug 31, 2009 at 04:58:50PM -0400, Cameron Frazier wrote: 1) I'd like to use the same card in Germany (Munich), France (Toulouse), and Switzerland (Lausanne) This should be possible with most pre-paid card. However, roaming costs are not cheap (although they just got a load less

Re: HOWTO: Sharing SHR-U GPRS to *buntu laptop

2009-09-25 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
On Fri, Sep 25, 2009 at 09:17:33PM +0300, Risto H. Kurppa wrote: I got some help at irc setting things up so I thougt I'd share it with you. Thanks for doing this. I have been looking for exactly such instructions. There is a wiki page entitled tethering with some of this info - perhaps you

Re: HOWTO: Sharing SHR-U GPRS to *buntu laptop

2009-09-26 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
On Sat, Sep 26, 2009 at 04:23:24PM +0200, Sebastian Krzyszkowiak wrote: No, but if someone wants I can add it to my TODO for shr-settings. Yes, please :-) signature.asc Description: Digital signature ___ Openmoko community mailing list

Re: HOWTO: Sharing SHR-U GPRS to *buntu laptop

2009-09-26 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
On Sat, Sep 26, 2009 at 02:34:31PM +0100, Michael Lauer wrote: Alternatively, use org.freesmartphone.Network.StartConnectionSharingWithInterface usb0 and find a dhcp server running on the FR with everything else preconfigured. Is this exposed anywhere by a GUI? Regards Jeff

Re: HOWTO: Sharing SHR-U GPRS to *buntu laptop

2009-10-07 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2009/9/26 Michael Lauer mic...@vanille-media.de: Alternatively, use org.freesmartphone.Network.StartConnectionSharingWithInterface usb0 and find a dhcp server running on the FR with everything else preconfigured. I'm having a couple of problems with this: $ mdbus -s

Re: HOWTO: Sharing SHR-U GPRS to *buntu laptop

2009-10-11 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
On Thu, Oct 08, 2009 at 03:51:21PM +0200, Michael 'Mickey' Lauer wrote: As per mdbus --help, you need a busname and an objectname before the method -- you can gather these by recursively calling mdbus -s ... OK. Got it working: $ mdbus -s org.freesmartphone.onetworkd

Re: ffalarms 0.3 -- recurring alarms

2009-11-18 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
On Mon, Oct 26, 2009 at 09:16:49PM +0100, Łukasz Pankowski wrote: Of course you can do it simpler using repeat instead of shell for loop, than this kill-hack is not needed: [alarm] repeat=10 player=sh -c 'mdbus -s org.freesmartphone.odeviced /org/freesmartphone/Device/LED/neo1973_vibrator

Recamping (#1024) fix

2009-11-23 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
A few days ago, I received my FR back from Golden Delicious, who had performed the recamping (#1024) fix. He was very prompt - it took Hermes longer to get my FR to him than it did for him to fix it and send it back. I'm not connected in any way to Golden Delicious, apart from as a satisfied

Re: Free, as in beer, Freerunner - contest over

2010-03-08 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
On Sat, Mar 06, 2010 at 12:48:42PM -0500, Ken Young wrote: If someone wants to tell me what Sendeh roo shamsheer means, I'd still appreciate it, but I have no more prize phones to send. A Persian native-speaking colleague of mine says that it means Live like a man, but that the literal

Re: Applying for GSoC 2010

2010-03-11 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
On Thu, Mar 11, 2010 at 05:23:15PM +0100, Dr. Michael Lauer wrote: After our successful GSoC in 2007 and 2008 as Openmoko -- and us not being on board in 2009, I decided to try apply again as a mentoring organization this year. Isn't tomorrow the closing date for submissions? Jeff

Re: Thinking about a german data offer (GPRS) from Klarmobil

2010-03-16 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
On Tue, Mar 16, 2010 at 12:58:32PM +0100, Lothar Behrens wrote: Who knows about usable and cheap providers in germany to get at least a GPRS volume contract? Blau.de does 100Mb and 1Gb per 30 days for €4 and €10 respectively. I am using the former at the moment. Regards Jeff signature.asc

Re: Introducing the Freerunner Navigation Board

2010-05-03 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
On 3 May 2010 11:04, Dr. H. Nikolaus Schaller h...@goldelico.com wrote: Having navigation work inside tunnels would allow mapping them accurately for openstreetmap. And also have underground navigation - some tunnels have got intersections/roundabouts inside, with several possible exits.

barebox

2010-09-02 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
I just stumbled across barebox[1], a successor to u-boot. Anybody know anything about it? Would it be useful for the FR? Jeff [1] http://www.barebox.org/ ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org

[SHR-T] ffalarms

2010-09-20 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
ffalarms often rings with multiple simultaneous processes. Looking around to see what was going on, I expected to find some sort of at-command to queue the alarms, but the only at* executable is atd. So: a. anybody else seeing this behaviour from ffalarms? b. how do I view the atd queue on

Re: [Shr-User] [SHR-T] ffalarms

2010-09-20 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
Hi Łukasz, 2010/9/20 Łukasz Pankowski lukp...@o2.pl: I, as the author of ffalarms see it too :), but as no one complains I can live with it.  The problem is that at the moment if you set multiple Well, it *is* rather annoying. alarms at the same time they all schedule new alarms and due to

Re: [Shr-User] [SHR-T] ffalarms

2010-09-20 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2010/9/20 Łukasz Pankowski lukp...@o2.pl: Are you saying that if I want to schedule new alarms, at say, 6.00, 6.05, and 6.10, then I should create 6.00, quit and restart ffalarms, create 6.05, etc..? No, only if you set two alarms at 6.00 they both start at 6.00 and my schedule the next

ELM 327 Bluetooth OBD2

2012-06-03 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
Has anybody tried their GTA0[24] with the above device? Regards Jeff ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

Re: ELM 327 Bluetooth OBD2

2012-06-03 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
On 3 June 2012 21:43, Benjamin Deering ben_deer...@swissmail.org wrote: I've used a usb ELM327 based scanner with my GTA02.  I have successfully read codes, cleared codes, and watched sensors. I use this program: http://code.google.com/p/pyob2read/ but I strip out references to the graph

Re: ELM 327 Bluetooth OBD2

2012-06-04 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
On 4 June 2012 01:23, Benjamin Deering ben_deer...@swissmail.org wrote: to reprogram the battery's internal regulator.  It had no problem powering the ELM327, but I would hope that is getting the power from the car's electrical system. I was hoping that the ELM327 could power the FR over USB

Re: ELM 327 Bluetooth OBD2

2012-06-05 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
On 4 June 2012 22:55, Benjamin Deering ben_deer...@swissmail.org wrote: I just went out and tested and the ELM327 does not charge my phone in host or device mode.  It may be possible to use a Y usb cable to charge and talk to ELM327 at the same time if you need to log for longer than the FR

Re: Wanted: GTAxx with Wifi and RS-232

2013-01-02 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
Hi Troy, On 30 December 2012 21:08, Troy Benjegerdes ho...@hozed.org wrote: I can do this with a GTA02 (wifi built-in, and USB-host mode), or *maybe* My per-unit budget for the hardware is between $50 (bare GTA) and $150 (GTA running my python code with wifi and rs232) Does this mean that

GTA02 giveaway

2013-10-14 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
My GTA02 has been sitting around for too long without attention. The battery has discharged completely and I can't get it to boot, even with external power, even from the NOR menu. I don't have spare batteries or the equipment for the other boot tricks, and I had stopped using the Freerunner, so

Re: GTA02 giveaway

2013-10-17 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
On 14/10/13 20:23, Jeffrey Ratcliffe wrote: My GTA02 has been sitting around for too long without attention. Thanks for all the interest. My GTA02 now has a new home. Regards Jeff signature.asc Description: OpenPGP digital signature ___ Openmoko