ASU as daily phone, someone ?

2008-07-30 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
possibilities while loosing some speed seems rather acceptable... Xavier Cremaschi. ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

Re: dead battery

2008-10-02 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Sarton O'Brien a écrit : The 'leave it overnight' scenario is the best one I encounter for a dead battery ;) ... I think you'll be right. Sarton A good one is : - Hold down the aux key. - Put battery in. - Put usb in. - Hold down the power key. - Release aux key. - Wait for menu.

[Om2008.9] Using Freerunner as a digital audio player

2008-10-13 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Hi folks, yesterday I tried to use qtopia-phone-x11-mediaplayer and some ogg/mp3 files to transform the FR into a digital audio player. I have encountered 3 software problems : 1. audio quality is bad (whereas it is good with Debian+Sonata/Mpd, so definitively not a hardware problem here) : is

Re: [Om2008.9] Using Freerunner as a digital audio player

2008-10-13 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Robin Paulson a écrit : 2008/10/13 Xavier Cremaschi [EMAIL PROTECTED]: how did you get it to recognise tags? i imported some songs, all with id3 tags. none of the tags were recognised, the songs are all listed by filename, with 'unknown artist' and 'unknown album' any ideas? In fact

[Debian] How can I simulate right click ?

2008-10-13 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Hi folks, has someone found a way to simulate right click on Debian using stylus or finger ? Because some software relies upon the presence of a second button, and it would be great to have the possibility to use them. I would have like a 'long pressure == right click', but (with Xfce) I can

Re: [Om2008.9] Using Freerunner as a digital audio player

2008-10-13 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Dan Jensen a écrit : Surely a program which grabs the information from your well-designed file system schema would work for you here? The trick is, doing it in this manner (that is, with tags) makes sure you have processing power left over when browsing the music, as all the tags are cached

Re: [Debian] How can I simulate right click ?

2008-10-13 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Thanks ! ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

Re: Introducing http://www.opkg.org

2008-10-13 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
I discover 4 useful applications just by browsing this website for 5min... kudos to you, this is awesome ! Xavier. ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

Re: [Om2008.9] Using Freerunner as a digital audio player

2008-10-13 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Matthias Camenzind a écrit : Convert the audio files before you copy them to the FR. The bad quality is caused of that pulseaudio and the openmoko-mediaplayer uses near to 100% cpu time. I converted some mp3 to mono 64kbps, they sound good.And cpu usage is around 60%. Here a little script:

Re: [Om2008.9] Using Freerunner as a digital audio player

2008-10-13 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Mmmm that's strange because everything sounds good under Debian. But thanks for the hint, I will check my cpu usage. You are right, after a bit of killing : - it sounds good with qtopia media player, and mediaserver eats 45% of CPU in top - it sounds good too with mplayer (frontend here

Re: [debian] I need hints! please help

2008-10-16 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
A bit of documentation here : http://www.debian-administration.org/articles/28 Xavier. ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

Re: console command history

2008-10-16 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
papa-piet a écrit : Fox Mulder schrieb: I didn't try it with 2008.9 because i only use debian I did. shh into your Neo workerd for me, but scp didn't, it looked like a timeout. Greetings Same behavior here, with bash I can ssh, but not scp. Here is the end of a scp -vvv with sh :

Re: Tangogps pre-cache?

2008-10-17 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Does someone know how to use .osm files with tangoGPS ? Because lots of countries seem ready to be downloaded here : http://download.geofabrik.de/osm/ If it's not possible I think I will use osmtiles ;) http://www.millions.ca/~stacy/osmtiles.tgz Xavier.

Re: Dillo: lightweight webbrowser v2.0

2008-10-17 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Thanks for sharing. Dillo is great and fast ! Xavier. ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

Re: Fennec on Openmoko

2008-10-18 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Do not forget dillo ;) http://www.dillo.org/ http://misc.andi.de1.cc/dillo/dillo_2.0-r0_armv4t.ipk ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

Re: Fennec on Openmoko

2008-10-18 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
http://www.angstrom-distribution.org/repo/?pkgname=fennec Just to share, I don't know if it is usable 'as if'. ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

Re: Fennec on Openmoko

2008-10-19 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Thanks for your advices, it is far more usable now. Xavier. ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

Re: Echo issue on OM2008.08 solved

2008-10-20 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Michael Zanetti a écrit : On Wednesday 15 October 2008 08:18:40 Marco Trevisan (Treviño) wrote: Here you are [1]. It includes also the mwester fix for re-registering network and my workaround for GSM firmware crash. I hope it won't have any incompatibility with your installed Qtopia... [1]

Re: [2008.9] Forcing the charge rate on alternate chargers

2008-10-27 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Cameron Frazier a écrit : Hello all, Is it possible to force the charging rate to a particular (500/1000 mA)? I have a vehicle cigarette lighter - USB charging adaptor capable of 1A, but I'm pretty sure my FR only charges at 100 mA. I'd like to force it to charge at at least 500mA. I

Re: Touchscreen scratch protection

2008-10-27 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Alastair Johnson a écrit : http://www.zagg.com/invisibleshield/openmoko-neo-freerunner-cases-screen-protectors-covers-skins-shields.php I am currently using a full invisible shield protection Invisible Shield protects your device from scratches, and it does it very well, but you lose a bit

Re: Touchscreen scratch protection

2008-10-27 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Alastair Johnson a écrit : Interesting. Is it less slippery because it is sticky/rubbery, or because it is rough? How does it feel with a stylus? I don't know how to describe it in English... If you play minesweeper for example, you have to click without moving for 1 or 2 seconds to put a

Re: problem sometimes getting network connection to FR

2008-10-28 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Workaround : suspend and resume Xavier. ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

Re: [Om2008.9] GPS pre-fetching maps from openstreetmap.org

2008-10-29 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
http://www.millions.ca/~stacy/osmtiles.tgz + there is a readme inside Enjoy! Xavier. ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

Re: no icons in 2008.testing

2008-10-30 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
While this problem is not solved, maybe you could downgrade to 'stable'. I have never done this, it is a bit rough, but you could try if you want : First put Om2008.8 in your /etc/opkg/*conf files (instead of testing) Then 'opkg update' to update your list of packages Then create the list of

Re: no icons in 2008.testing

2008-10-30 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Ok it works, you just have to remove your ~/.e because it has been upgraded to svnr36882 version Xavier. ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

Battery charging : 1A from PC?

2008-11-03 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Hi folks, I have an external 2.5 hard disk drive which could be used without any external power supply. To achieve this, it was shipped with a 'Y' USB cable : - on one end it has a mini USB connector - on the other end it has 2 USB connectors So you have to use 2 USB plugs to power the disk.

Re: DOOM For Neo Freerunner / 1973

2008-11-04 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Great news about a great game on a cool device ;) But I have the same problem with Doom as with Duke Nukem 3D : it's horribly slow, much slower than youtube videos of these FR games. And so it is not playable at all. While running Doom, I have no sound and 'top' tells me my FR is almost

Re: Battery charging : 1A from PC?

2008-11-04 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
arne anka a écrit : -- but i am sure, trying to _charge_ with 500 is asking too much. Thanks for your answer. Xavier. ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

Re: DOOM For Neo Freerunner / 1973

2008-11-04 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
SCarlson a écrit : Xavier -- Can you give us some details about your current distro and anything other information that might be interesting? Ok here we go... Hardware : a FreeRunner with - GSM on and registered - Wifi off - GPS off - Bluetooth off - GPRS off - maximal brightness - a 8GB

Virtual music instrument using microphone and touchscreen

2008-11-10 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Hi Folks, I know being just a follower could be bad, but I liked these iPhone videos so I wanted to share : http://www.korben.info/un-ocarina-dans-votre-iphone.html A fun idea don't you think ? Xavier Cremaschi. ___ Openmoko community mailing

Re: no icons in 2008.testing

2008-11-12 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
A recent update to testing showed this bug still occurs in my situation. So I just wanted to share a little update relative to downgrade commands from my previous mail : because opkg accepts more than one package's name as argument, we can speed up the whole thing by making far less calls.

Re: [FSO][M4] DOOM Running slow.

2008-11-13 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
I noticed the same, but the solution from another thread worked here - either execute or put into ~/.profile : # fix doom accelerators echo 10 /sys/devices/platform/lis302dl.1/threshold echo 10 /sys/devices/platform/lis302dl.2/threshold Stefan Great tip ! That's why my Doom was so

Need help to create a french illume keyboard

2008-12-26 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
to be packaged And the problem with this solution is the lack of graphical stuff, the user will have to KNOW that ' is a composing key and that he has to type ' + c to make a ç Thanks in advance for any kind of help. Xavier Cremaschi. ___ Openmoko community

Re: Need help to create a french illume keyboard

2008-12-30 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
that's determined by the .kbd virtual resolution (at the top of the .kbd file) :) Default.kbd ends up determining it (it retains aspect ratio and expands to fill the screen width - thus height scale accordingly). the kbd virtual resolution is mapped on the physical keyboard area, therefore I

Re: Need help to create a french illume keyboard

2008-12-30 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Carsten Haitzler (The Rasterman) a écrit : the virtual res aspect ration determines the aspect ratio of the physical kbd - so make the virtual res taller and it will get taller. If I put 70x70 I should have a square keyboard, but I still have the same grey area -- in absolute coordinates

espeak, mbrola, utf8, navit : problem with french accentuated letters

2009-01-01 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
language ? Xavier Cremaschi. PS : $echo $LANG fr_FR.UTF-8 ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

Re: espeak, mbrola, utf8, navit : problem with french accentuated, letters

2009-01-01 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Gilles Casse a écrit : The issue with French accent is the same than the one with the German character: http://lists.openmoko.org/pipermail/community/2008-December/038801.html Yes I noticed that ;) I am currently using an old OM distro and hackable:1 and can't help further sorry for

Re: espeak, mbrola, utf8, navit : problem with french accentuated letters

2009-01-02 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Now I am trying to plug everything into speed-dispatcher... I added in /etc/speech-dispatcher/speechd.conf DefaultLanguage fr AddModule mbrola sd_generic mbrola.conf DefaultModule mbrola and I created a mbrola.conf in /etc/speech-dispatcher/modules It works (spd-say bonjour speaks!),

Re: Openmoko keyboard mockup

2009-01-06 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
I don't get how the dictionnary (illume and qtopia) actually helps to write some word. To write forest with illume keyboard you just have to type : - near the f key - near the o key - near the r key - near the e key - near the s key - near the t key For each key you type, the illume keyboard

Re: [Report] - Buzz fix

2009-01-06 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
The .pdf says this hardware fix transforms a GTA02v5 with buzz into a GTA02v7-equivalent (without buzz). But is the GTA02v7 currently produced and/or sold ? The wiki seems to stop at GTA02v6 (for which buzz is still a possibility). Xavier. ___

Re: Paroli Base

2009-01-09 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Do we have to kill or remove qpe to use Paroli ? (any resources conflict maybe ?) Xavier. ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

orrery, $LANG, numbers format : bad numbers make orrery crash.

2009-01-13 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
for this specific application ? A config file to tweak ? Best regards, Xavier Cremaschi. ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

Re: Yaouh! out (update for tangogps maps)

2009-01-16 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Carlo Minucci a écrit : http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Yaouh! i a simple interface for update the maps of tangogps it's optimized for low band usage Just a question : how can you check the remote file without dowloading it before ? Do you use etag [1] to do that ? Xavier. [1]

Re: Yaouh! out (update for tangogps maps)

2009-01-16 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
do you know a better way? No it seems great, I just wanted to know ;) Xavier. (will try the application) ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

Re: [debian] fennec

2009-01-29 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Davide Scaini a écrit : Is there any fool who tried to build fennec for arm? ;-) it would be interesting... d My 2 cents : I failed at compiling it : http://groups.google.com/group/mozilla.dev.platforms.mobile/browse_thread/thread/f35f8eb244fd0523# but people from Angstrom seems clever than

Another possible keyboard

2009-02-17 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Hi all, I have tested the Nokia 5800 xpressmusic, and its small keyboard looks like this : http://www.slashgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/11/all-about-symbian-review_-nokia-5800-xpressmusic-preview-part-1-1.jpg It is quite usable with finger (not nail, not thumb, but the index finger), I

SHR first impression : it's slow ?

2009-02-23 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
settings panel (aka the wrench) it is fluid. Does anybody have an idea for 4. ? Best regards, Xavier Cremaschi. ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

Re: SHR first impression : it's slow ?

2009-02-23 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
I can hit the wrench and see: Display Look Screen Input No advanced at all. You can scroll horizontally. I have lots of item in this bar in my SHR (unstable installed yesterday) Xavier. ___ Openmoko community mailing list

Re: SHR first impression : it's slow ?

2009-02-24 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
1. wifi : Wifi Mofi hangs when I run it 3. SHR Panels : some panels in 'Settings' hang when I click on them (GSM/operators for example) 4. Everything is slow Seem better since yesterday evening upgrade, but it still very hard to scroll on desktop. 2. gps : GPS cannot fix I cannot

Re: [SHR] Revealing/Hiding my caller id

2009-02-24 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Indeed I have the same question for SHR now : how can I reveal or hide my phone number to my correspondents ? Xavier. ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

Re: SHR first impression : it's slow ?

2009-02-25 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Carl Lobo a écrit : Is fso-gpsd running? Try restarting it from Settings/Services. GPS seems to be working fine for me with my last update on Monday.. Yes of course, - date and timezone ok - persist file removed - fso-gpsd restarted - no concurrent gpsd running - telnet localhost 2947 ok but

Re: [SHR] Revealing/Hiding my caller id

2009-02-25 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Klaus Kurzmann a écrit : via GUI not yet... you can do it with a dbus call: http://git.freesmartphone.org/?p=specs.git;a=blob_plain;f=html/org.freesmartphone.GSM.Network.html;hb=HEAD#SetCallingIdentification mrmoku Thanks ! Does a dbus call persist over reboot or should I add it in an init

Re: SHR first impression : it's slow ?

2009-02-25 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Helge Hafting a écrit : Remove the file /etc/freesmartphone/persist/ogpsd.pickle then, restart frameword or just reboot. (Restarting frameworkd sometimes cause trouble with the phone side instead). ogpsd.pickle is where gps information is saved in order to speed up the next activation of

Re: [SHR/FSO] - GPS - no fix, ogpsd.pickle question

2009-02-25 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Since my update of yesterday evening I have successfully obtain a fix (and /etc/init.d/fso-gpsd stop rm ogps.pickle reboot) Try to do the update :if it works it was a regression, if not it confirms another problem, getting a fix is very tricky. Best regards, Xavier

Re: SHR first impression : it's slow ?

2009-02-26 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Helge Hafting a écrit : For example: telnet localhost gpsd r You should get at least one message per second after hitting enter after the r - whether you have a fix or not. Already done, 1 msg/second, always the same (no fix inside, no numerical values) You may also want to try grep

[SHR] Phonelog and hidden caller ids

2009-03-02 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
of caller-without-id ? Btw db still grows, so even if the app cannot be launched the FR still logs calls. Xavier Cremaschi. ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

Re: [SHR] Revealing/Hiding my caller id

2009-03-02 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
It does not seem persistent over reboot, even with the new GUI iface of Johny Tenfinger (thanks for that btw !) Xavier. ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

Re: Bying a Freerunner with the buzz-fix on it

2009-03-03 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Alexander Raab a écrit : Hi, I'm thinking about getting a Freerunner. But a few months ago I met someone and he told me that the buzzing is quite heavy. I read about a fix for that on the A7, but there is only a A6 sold. Have I missed something? And whats about the GTA03? Would it be

Re: [SHR] Phonelog and hidden caller ids

2009-03-14 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Klaus 'mrmoku' Kurzmann a écrit : what version of SHR (or more specifically ophonekitd) are you using? Must be rather old... This was fixed long time ago. pyphonelog - 0.16.3-r0 - ophonekitd - 0.0.1+gitr603+55f1ffd482fe6172a694a2416e18627a0acc6484-r15

Re: Note taking applications

2009-03-19 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Maybe he meant with a small screen ? I think we need a software which allows us to write a word in fullscreen (maximizing the available writing area), then detects (pause? gesture?) the word is complete, adds it to the current sentence, and cleans the screen for next word. Does anyone have an

Re: Fennec Beta 1 Released

2009-03-19 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Rui Miguel Silva Seabra a écrit : Does it have a sane compile process already? Or is it still the hell on drugs that I last saw (which was fairly recent)? I tried for alpha 1 and alpha 2 too, and I failed. But IIRC Marco Trevisan succeeded (for alpha 1) a long time ago... Marco if you read

[SHR] vim, ntpclient... a repository ?

2009-03-22 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Hi folks, does someone know how to install vim (not vi) in SHR ? I think there is one repository I don't have, I can't believe vim to be not available :P Xavier. ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org

Re: Bying a Freerunner with the buzz-fix on it

2009-03-23 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Hi, one month after, do you have any update relative to shipping date of GTA02v7 ? Kind regards, Xavier ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

Re: Bying a Freerunner with the buzz-fix on it

2009-03-24 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Xavier Cremaschi a écrit : Hi, one month after, do you have any update relative to shipping date of GTA02v7 ? Kind regards, Xavier mode Biff Tannen ON : Hello? Hello? Anybody home? Huh? :-/ ___ Openmoko community mailing list community

Re: projects.openmoko.org not reliable

2009-03-30 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Yorick Moko a écrit : i have the same weirdness with shr-project.org and bearstech.com sometimes i can't acces anything of it, except blog.shr-project.org (but not build or anything else) For me it's sometimes with www.angstrom-distribution.org ... maybe the dark power of the telco/internet

Re: Booting from MicroSD

2009-03-30 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
You probably need to remove 'ro' from kernel options of your boot loader (uboot I presume) Xavier. ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

Re: What is involved in preforming the hardware Buzz fix?

2009-04-03 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Adam Jimerson a écrit : P.S. Is the next hardware release of the phone, if one is planned, have this fix already applied? Future revision (GTA02v7) should have the fix applied. It was supposed to be released in February, but we still are waiting for it... Xavier.

Re: [SHR] 4-16 shr-testing is pretty good!

2009-04-21 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Vasco Nevoa a écrit : And Raster's keyboard finally works the way it should (fast and clean). With utf-8 support or not ? If I wrote 'ete' with my french dictionary, will it propose me 'été' ? Because IIRC, it was an utf-8 patch that made it very slow in the old SHR-testing... Xavier.

[SHR-testing] ls /lib/modules : input/output error.... fsck.jffs2 ?

2009-04-22 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Hi folks, I have updated my FR in shr-testing last sunday, and there was no icons on my desktop at all. And because of a lack of 'depmod -a', I couldn't access to my FR through ssh (no usb ethernet, no wifi). So I have booted on sd card (debian), mounted /dev/mtdblock6, chroot and depmod.

Re: [SHR] flashed kernel and uname

2009-05-04 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
No problem at all with shr and 2.6.29, but I solved the lack of modules by : - booting from sdcard - chrooting on flash - downloading and unpacking modules archive from http://build.shr-project.org Xavier. ___ Openmoko community mailing list

Re: [SHR,FSO] Serenity theme for illume

2009-05-05 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Just a question : before I used shr-testing and serenity, and my apps were black (tangogps, wifimofi). Yesterday I flashed my FR to restore a fresh new shr-testing, I restored serenity too, but my apps are grey (like a classical gtk widget). An idea ? Xavier.

Re: [SHR] flashed kernel and uname

2009-05-05 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Xavier Cremaschi a écrit : No problem at all with shr and 2.6.29, but I solved the lack of modules by : - booting from sdcard - chrooting on flash - downloading and unpacking modules archive from http://build.shr-project.org Xavier. I must add : with 2.6.29-rc2 (packaged in files named

Re: [SHR] flashed kernel and uname

2009-05-05 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
In the chroot, after unpacking, do not forget to do a depmod -a 2.6.29-rcX (put the name of your /lib/modules/directory here) Xavier. ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org

Re: [navit] Actions-Town-Streetname: no ok button?

2009-05-29 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Marcel a écrit : Hello! I'm fiddling around a bit with navit and found that there's no confirm button when searching for a location (?) via the internal gui: Menu-Actions-Town-[enter town's name]-[click green tick]-Street name- [enter street name]- There's no green tick to click (what a

A5 buzzfixed : which alsa state file ?

2009-06-08 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Everything is in the title : should I keep my A5 files or use the A7 ones ? Xavier. ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

Re: [OM2009] Couple of troubles

2009-06-10 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
It successfully connects to bouth of my wifi routers, acquires DNS servers so I can see them in /etc/resolv.conf. But I cant ping any of internet addresses. Even IP addresses =( Check your routes (route -n), I think the source of your problem is there

Re: Om2009 testing release 5

2009-06-24 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
I see none of my contacts... am I missing something obvious or is it a bug ? Xavier. ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

Re: Debuzzing

2009-06-25 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Olivier Migeot a écrit : Now my lovely lil' Neo is back, and is (as far as I can tell) buzz-free. Thanks a lot guys. These are initiatives that makes me happy I bought an FR, no matter how many problems occured/still occurs. Mine is back too, after a nice trip to Germany... it just told

[om2009] shr-settings like ? usability ?

2009-06-30 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Hi folks, is there any way to activate/deactivate suspend (for gps use) from GUI in Om2009, as with the Settings menu in SHR ? Other question : I leave for a 5 days trip tomorrow. The last time I did this I was using SHR (it went fine), but few days ago I installed Om2009. But I don't have

Re: [om2009] shr-settings like ? usability ?

2009-06-30 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Risto H. Kurppa a écrit : On Tue, Jun 30, 2009 at 12:11 PM, Xavier Cremaschiomega.xav...@gmail.com wrote: Hi folks, is there any way to activate/deactivate suspend (for gps use) from GUI in Om2009, as with the Settings menu in SHR ? Settings (prss aux for 2sec) - phone - suspend - -1

Re: [om2009] shr-settings like ? usability ?

2009-06-30 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Laszlo KREKACS a écrit : On Tue, Jun 30, 2009 at 5:06 PM, Xavier Cremaschiomega.xav...@gmail.com wrote: Thanks for the tip ! Btw do you know how I can scroll in 'Settings' without entering into a submenu ? Yepp. It is fixed since two days or so Upgrade to the latest unstable or wait

Re: [om2009] Perfect for holidays

2009-07-06 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Laszlo KREKACS a écrit : if self.LetterDict and len(value): The len(value) part is not needed, because you already fixed it before. And if the value is None, the len(value) fails with a TypeError exception. I was not sure (and am still not) the two 'if' before this one represent all the

Re: [all] navit install problems

2009-07-06 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Robin Paulson a écrit : 2009/7/6 Christ van Willegen cvwille...@gmail.com: On Sat, Jul 4, 2009 at 1:09 PM, Jeffrey Ratcliffejeffrey.ratcli...@gmail.com wrote: It works if you set up a swapfile. Having to set up a swap file for an .ipk file of 3M in size still seems unreasonable... the ipk

Re: [om2009] shr-settings like ? usability ?

2009-07-10 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Laszlo KREKACS a écrit : if self.LetterDict and len(value): The len(value) part is not needed, because you already fixed it before. And if the value is None, the len(value) fails with a TypeError exception. I pushed a fix which should be enough:

Re: [shr] i did something really stupid...help needed with opkg

2009-07-11 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Robin Paulson a écrit : yeah, like really really dumb. i've been taking a few packages from debian and installing them on my shr system. all was going well, until i got to libc6. here i should have stopped - this is a pretty critical part of any system, unlike gphoto and other trivial stuff

Re: [Om2009] No suspend after ffalarms alarm while suspended

2009-07-11 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Marcel a écrit : G'evening, I'm not sure where this problem comes from, so I tell you about it before filing a bug somewhere. Steps to reproduce: 0. Boot the Neo freshly 1. Set an alarm in ffalarms 2. suspend the Neo 3. wait for the alarm to ring (whatever sound you have set :p) 4.

Re: [OM2009] paroli - settings scroll

2009-07-12 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Risto H. Kurppa a écrit : On Sun, Jul 12, 2009 at 7:33 PM, Previdi Robertoprevidi.robe...@gmail.com wrote: Is it possible to scroll the settings in paroli without clicking anyone? At the moment it isn't, it hasn't been fixed yet, as far as I know. r I can do it, it has been fixed some

Re: moving mouse cursor automatically with xautomation (Re: touchpad on OM)

2009-07-20 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
I don't think X supports two pointers to have at two different places. That's why I have to draw a fake pointer. I don't know for the X in Freerunner but http://wearables.unisa.edu.au/mpx/?q=mpx Xavier. ___ Openmoko community mailing list

Re: moving mouse cursor automatically with xautomation (Re: touchpad on OM)

2009-07-20 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Timo Juhani Lindfors a écrit : Xavier Cremaschi omega.xav...@gmail.com writes: I don't know for the X in Freerunner but http://wearables.unisa.edu.au/mpx/?q=mpx Any idea what the status is? I don't seem mpx in debian unstable and that page seems to be from 2006. Wikipedia : - MPX

tangogps : updating tiles ?

2009-07-21 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Hi folks, I have been using tangogps since the beginning of my Openmoko life (july 08), and now I've got lots of openstreetmap tiles stored on my microSD which cover useful areas for me. Does anyone know how I can update my tiles to get the most up-to-date openstreetmap info ? I don't care to

Re: tangogps : updating tiles ?

2009-07-21 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
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Re: tangogps : updating tiles ?

2009-07-23 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Yaouh is nice, but the whole process is slow so I left my FR up all the night to update tiles (95k tiles updated/173k total). It seems fine now :) ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org

Re: Buzz fix party at Debconf09 pics aviable :)

2009-08-11 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
David Reyes Samblas Martinez a écrit : There are some more from other camera unpublished yet but a great bunch of them are avialable with comments in spanish and english english version here http://www.tuxbrain.com/en/content/there-and-back-againtuxbrain-debconf09-pics I'm working on the

Paroli : migrating SIM contacts

2009-08-19 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
regards, Xavier Cremaschi. ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community

Re: Paroli : migrating SIM contacts

2009-08-23 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Michael Pilgermann a écrit : Hi Xavier, generally speaking, you could use PISI (http://www.opkg.org/package_191.html) for this problem. Although, we developed and tested PISI on SHR. So, I do not know, whether it is running on Om 2009 as well? (Any experiences from anybody??) If it

Re: Paroli : migrating SIM contacts

2009-08-23 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Michael Pilgermann a écrit : Hi Xavier, I don't think, you can configure this somewhere. I will have to apply some minor changes to the code - could you please send me a sample VCF file (some sanitized version of your file), which triggers the error message. I will try to fix this then

Re: Paroli : migrating SIM contacts

2009-08-26 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
I have used a python script to load my VCF file into Paroli, now I have my contacts even if SIM is still empty. PISI failed to load the VCF file into SIM, but I still want to do that as soon as possible, because SIM is far more reliable than a file on FR. Xavier.

Re: Om2009

2009-08-27 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
to change SIM, which is rare) - stable while upgrading : I was used to break lots of things while upgrading my SHR-U, it's far better with Om2009 Xavier Cremaschi. ___ Openmoko community mailing list community@lists.openmoko.org http://lists.openmoko.org

Re: Om2009

2009-08-27 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
Risto H. Kurppa a écrit : Sorry to tell you but this is because there have been no changes in OM2009 - nothing that could break anything. SHR instead is developed all the time - changes when upgrading - things might eventually break.. True, but as my gsm, my gps, etc... are ok, no could break

Re: Om2009

2009-08-27 Thread Xavier Cremaschi
upgrading... ok now! don't move then!. Of course I understand the lack of -testing and/or -stable branch is a suffered constraint and not a choice. I am not *against* SHR, but please do not forget people who prefer stability over bleeding-edge (hello Debian users o/) Xavier Cremaschi

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