Re: [debian] LXDE?

2008-12-23 Thread mqy
Better to add a swap partition, or swap file. Else you will get out of memory error when for example apt-get install something. Here is my /etc/fstab: The 3rd line is for swap, make sure to change the first column to your partition device. If you can not create new partition for swap, just

Re: [debian] LXDE?

2009-01-18 Thread mqy
I've switched from debian+LXDE to SHR for several weeks. ShR is not perfect though, it is not released yet. 2009/1/18 arne anka (via Nabble) ml-user+362-447886...@n2.nabble.com: ok, i just played around with lxde and i am going to purge it immediately. my main points: - almost every component

Re: [SHR] Miscellanious minor issues

2009-02-01 Thread mqy
A temp solution is: create file .gtkrc-2.0 in use home dir, and add the following contents: style scroll { GtkScrollbar::slider-width = 25 } class * style scroll kimaidou wrote: Hi About the scrollbar, it is much to thin to be reachable with the finger. I proposed an enhancement

Re: [SHR] Miscellanious minor issues

2009-02-02 Thread mqy
kimaidou, Sorry, I have the same question as well :) I'm not expert at enlightenment and illume. I find that .cfg files in ~/.e/ is binary format, so can't give a hack :) What about go IRC for answers? host: chat.au.freenode.net channel: #openmoko-cdevel mqy 2009/2/2 kimaidou (via Nabble) ml

thoughts on A-GPS offline

2009-02-16 Thread mqy
[1] says AGPS offline is not possible because GTA02 lacks flash memory. It seems that's the only problem. but [2] does not contain any ALPSRV messages. My test failed on first step of enabling ALP messages (according to u-blox 5 spec), it returns NAK. So I think the chip firmware does not

Re: thoughts on A-GPS offline

2009-02-17 Thread mqy
wrote: mqy meng.qing...@gmail.com writes: I think get locations by cell id is especially useful in case of weak or no GPS signals. I'll have a look at opencellid, thanks. Note also that ogpsd of frameworkd supports sending this off-line aiding data

Re: thoughts on A-GPS offline

2009-02-22 Thread mqy
Yes, ogpsd within frameworkd saves/loads u-blox AID HUI/ALM/EPH messages. u-blox A-GPS online messages are of AID message types. Let's read the html content dumped from ghex: b5 62 0b 01 30 00 2d 26 29 f3 ba ca 13 1a ec b7 6b 18 20 a1 07 00 00 00 ee 05 c4 7a 67 0e 00 00 00 00 f4 01 00 00

Re: thoughts on A-GPS offline

2009-03-01 Thread mqy
U-blox receiver allows polling AID-EPH, AID-ALM data. For each type, we can poll 32 messages for 32 satellites. The precondition is: current fix is valid -- at least 3 SVs has valid EPH(or ALM?) data. These data get invalid 2~4 hours later, can be stored into files, and load into GPS receiver

Re: thoughts on A-GPS offline

2009-03-01 Thread mqy
From [ http://www.u-blox.cn/customersupport/gps.g5/ublox5_Fw5.00_Release_Notes(GPS.G5-SW-08019).pdf ]: UBX-AID-EPH and UBX-AID-ALM Messages for Satellite without valid Orbits When polling UBX-AID-EPH or UBX-AID-ALM messages, satellites without valid ephemeris or almanac data will return a

Re: thoughts on A-GPS offline

2009-03-03 Thread mqy
I've verified the issue on GPS receiver in GTA02: When dump ALM/EPH messages, in several messages, fields follow SV ID field in payload are filled with zeros. Daniel Willmann wrote: On Sun, 1 Mar 2009 14:25:14 -0800 (PST) mqy meng.qing...@gmail.com wrote: UBX-AID-EPH and UBX-AID-ALM

GPS: CFG-PRT, port #3 is enabled by default, power consumption?

2009-03-03 Thread mqy
Here is the results of polling CFG PRT (0X06 0X00): (1) port #1 (id = 0x00)-- 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 (2) port #2 (id = 0x01)-- 0x01 0x00 0x00 0x00 0xd0 0x08 0x08 0x00 0x80 0x25 0x00 0x00 0x07 0x00 0x03 0x00 0x00 0x00

Re: thoughts on A-GPS offline

2009-03-09 Thread mqy
Mar 2009 06:47:26 -0800 (PST) mqy meng.qing...@... wrote: I've verified the issue on GPS receiver in GTA02: When dump ALM/EPH messages, in several messages, fields follow SV ID field in payload are filled with zeros. Okay, so what you're saying is that this commit http

Good news: FixNow mode can be wakenup through serial port

2009-03-13 Thread mqy
U-BLOX GPS chip ANTRAIS 4 and above can run in several power modes: 0: Continuous Tracking Mode, about 3.5 mA 1: Fix Now -- sleep mode about 130 uA Fix Now mode can be enabled by ubx binary message CFG-RXM. Detailed parameters are configured by CFG-FXN. One of the problem is how to activate

Re: Good news: FixNow mode can be wakenup through serial port

2009-03-16 Thread mqy
== FIXNOW_DISABLED; } #3 poll navigation data (no matter in FixNow mode or not) // TBD: prepare request packet // TBD: call write_ubx_packet() Regards, mqy In FixNow mode, NOTE: 1. to save power, the poll interval should not be small enough (e.g, less than 15 seconds?) 2

Re: test result of battery current against display brightness and GPS power mode

2009-03-27 Thread mqy
Thanks for the tip. My previous test program is written in C. I write a bash script and test again. GPS, WIFI, bluetooth, GSM, xserve, fso-frameworkd, python, batget are disabled/closed. OS suspending is disabled in SHR settings. With top command, I watch for a while to make sure no process

Re: test result of battery current against display brightness and GPS power mode

2009-03-28 Thread mqy
Hi, Thanks a lot! With echo /sys/bus/spi/devices/spi2.0/state sleep, the current drops from 82.125 mA to 81.562 mA within 10 minutes. The battery is fully charged before test. My kernel: # uname -a Linux om-gta02 2.6.28-rc4 #1 PREEMPT Sun Feb 8 19:53:16 CET 2009 armv4tl unknown Before read

Re: test result of battery current against display brightness and GPS power mode

2009-04-03 Thread mqy
On SHR with latest kernel of version 2.6.29-rc3, current is about 62.5 mA, 100% capacity. Here is link to the kernel: http://shr.bearstech.com/shr-unstable/images/om-gta02/uImage-2.6.28-oe1+gitr119778+9c4451ff31b937a478f3d3eabef30b71cbe12b12-r3.1-om-gta02.bin The name mismatches with actual

Re: [FSO/SHR] ogpsd/fso-gpsd: can't get 4Hz sample rate

2009-05-13 Thread mqy
read this: http://www.nabble.com/GPS-at-4-Hz-td17096809.html NOTE about baud rate. If you can't change it, you can disable some NMEA messages to make sure the default baud rate (9600) is ok for 4hz rate. On page 106, u-blox5_Protocol_Specifications(GPS.G5-X-07036).pdf says: ... The

Re: [FSO/SHR] ogpsd/fso-gpsd: can't get 4Hz sample rate

2009-05-14 Thread mqy
I tried again, it works as expected. KaZeR wrote: Hello list, I also noticed last time i tried that i wasn't able to filter GPLL, GPGSA and friends using the ubxgen script from the wiki. Is it related? -- View this message in context:

Re: Automatic screen lock

2009-05-16 Thread mqy
As of simple lock (which does not turn off display backlight power), I think you don't need configure simple lock in frameworkd. The AUX key binding is enough -- just a press to lock screen. If you really need the way of auto + manual, you have to write a ROBUST application, which listens to

[GPS] new GPS GUI application for OM freerunner

2009-05-20 Thread mqy
Hi all: I got my gta02 freerunner on DEC 2008. After nearly 5 months development, I'm happy to announce the first alpha release of omgps. It is not as feature rich as other GPS applications, such as tangoGPS, anyway I think it should satisfy most of the daily needs. Please goto

Re: [GPS] new GPS GUI application for OM freerunner

2009-05-20 Thread mqy
You can do it by soft link. Actually I soft link /home/root/.omgps to a sdcard partition. I haven't test the share yet :) Risto H. Kurppa wrote: Looks great but PLEASE use /home/root/Maps to store map tiles - share with Tangogps... right..? r -- | risto h. kurppa | risto at

Re: [GPS] new GPS GUI application for OM freerunner

2009-05-20 Thread mqy
Thanks, good suggestion. More works are needed for integrating with OSM better. Ease of recording is preferred anyway, which helps post-processing. I'm thinking about how to collect issues, what about http://code.google.com/p/omgps/issues/list ? 2009/5/21 Stefan Monnier (via Nabble)

Re: [GPS] new GPS GUI application for OM freerunner

2009-05-21 Thread mqy
Wild! No easy sure. But... can be done with: (1) a bigger background pximap (2) iimage rotation (3) curve fitting to determine direction (4) semi transparency as you said Waste energy! However, to see clearly in sun light, you have to adjust backlight nearly 100%, thus energy is not a problem.

Re: LCD Displays?

2009-05-21 Thread mqy
What about protection film? Tim Schmidt wrote: On Thu, May 21, 2009 at 9:12 AM, zogg zoggif...@gmail.com wrote: Looks like LCD for indoors are common, and for outdoors theres scarcity. So, do you know any manufacturers, or at least in what direction should i try and look at? The OLPC

Re: [GPS] new GPS GUI application for OM freerunner

2009-05-21 Thread mqy
1. Center button is not auto center which waste power -- that's on each update, if the screen distance between new position and previous one greater than (say 5 pixels), the position is redrawn. As of auto center, the whole map must be updated, that's really a waste. 2. Each time you press the

Re: [GPS] new GPS GUI application for OM freerunner

2009-05-21 Thread mqy
It's the two sides of a coin. It's not a good idea to suppose something that we are not sure, right? Let me explain. 1. Think about app A save it's maps to dir_a, app B save it's maps to dir_b, and c, d... What about when the default one changes it's directory? 2. soft link is the best choice.

Re: [GPS] new GPS GUI application for OM freerunner

2009-05-21 Thread mqy
you and me a new version with faster UI response. Thanks a lot! ivvmm wrote: mqy wrote: Hi all: I got my gta02 freerunner on DEC 2008. After nearly 5 months development, I'm happy to announce the first alpha release of omgps. It is not as feature rich as other GPS applications

Re: [GPS] new GPS GUI application for OM freerunner

2009-05-22 Thread mqy
. BillK On Wed, 2009-05-20 at 12:53 -0700, mqy wrote: Hi all: I got my gta02 freerunner on DEC 2008. After nearly 5 months development, I'm happy to announce the first alpha release of omgps. It is not as feature rich as other GPS applications, such as tangoGPS, anyway I think it should

Re: [omgps] important updates

2009-05-27 Thread mqy
Make sense, accepted as a defect. Consider there are other things to be fixed, I defer the next update to a couple of days later. 2009/5/27 Risto H. Kurppa (via Nabble) ml-user+45424-2075827...@n2.nabble.com: On Wed, May 27, 2009 at 1:05 AM, mqy meng.qing...@... wrote: Although

Re: [omgps] important updates

2009-05-27 Thread mqy
Acceleration * 7 Airborne with 4g Acceleration Default is automotive. As of my understanding, the model determines how GPS receiver calculates fixes, automotive should be OK, right? William Kenworthy wrote: On Wed, 2009-05-27 at 08:37 +0300, Risto H. Kurppa wrote: On Wed, May 27, 2009 at 1:05 AM, mqy

Re: New release of Enscribi - version 0.2.0

2009-05-27 Thread mqy
I've tried 0.1, it does not recognize well. Need more work to enhance back-end engine. Anyway, good start point :) Olof Sjobergh wrote: Hi, Enscribi, the handwriting recognition input method for Japanese and Chinese, has gotten bumped to version 0.2.0. What's new in this version? Not

Re: [omgps] important updates

2009-05-28 Thread mqy
? Comment from anyone able to compare this? Bill On Wed, 2009-05-27 at 07:31 -0700, mqy wrote: Yes, ease of use is also an important thing other than power-safe and stability. In fact I haven't ever used any GPS application other than TangoGPS. Before writing this application, I know

Re: [android] android on ubuntu

2009-05-28 Thread mqy
I've did this half a year ago, not very difficult, but plenty of modifications :) GNUtoo wrote: On Thu, 2009-05-28 at 11:29 +0200, arne anka wrote: might be interesting: some ubuntu guys compiled android against libc (not the android flavour) and hacked its ipc to make it run under

Re: [omgps] important updates

2009-05-29 Thread mqy
text color on center button is gray, when in keep cursor in view mode. it seems the button is inactive, but actually not :) ivvmm wrote: Am I the only who has the 'center' button always inactive so cannot test the new centering features? ___

Re: [Community Updates] # 4.3 Wishlist

2009-06-22 Thread mqy
Agree too. But no matter where the wish list being displayed, the core is to encourage feeding back. Also, release plans and votes help focusing on key problems. Risto H. Kurppa wrote: On Mon, Jun 22, 2009 at 1:06 PM, Patryk Benderzpatryk.bend...@esp.pl wrote: Hi, Recently someone added

Re: which gps app can do this?

2009-06-28 Thread mqy
hi lanzo, I have to say that your problem is interesting, but it's a bit too specific for a GPS application to do this. One quick and dirty solution is: You write a small application which: 1) calculate a polygon area which contains the allowed range. to do this you have to use web map or

Re: [shr-unstable] omgps wsod with full

2009-06-29 Thread mqy
hi jeremy, I encountered the WSOD two days ago with latest SHR-unstable, after a upgrade without restart xserver or FR. Haven't seen that problem again after reboot. I suggest you try other applications (eg. tangoGPS) with full/unfull buttons, and/or do a upgrade then test again. I will do a

[omgps] collect feature requests

2009-06-29 Thread mqy
user defined layers as plugins? 3. and other big things related to routing. Requirement of version 0.2 will be frozen due 07-07, the core task is to make it track-friendly for OSM map and JOMS application. Please feel free to comment or add new feature requests here. regards, mqy -- View

[omgps] collect feature requests

2009-06-29 Thread mqy
user defined layers as plugins? 3. and other big things related to routing. Requirement of version 0.2 will be frozen due 07-07, the core task is to make it track-friendly for OSM map and JOMS application. Please feel free to comment or add new feature requests here. regards, mqy -- View

[omgps] collect feature requests

2009-06-29 Thread mqy
user defined layers as plugins? 3. and other big things related to routing. Requirement of version 0.2 will be frozen due 07-07, the core task is to make it track-friendly for OSM map and JOMS application. Please feel free to comment or add new feature requests here. regards, mqy -- View

[omgps] collect feature requests

2009-06-29 Thread mqy
user defined layers as plugins? 3. and other big things related to routing. Requirement of version 0.2 will be frozen due 07-07, the core task is to make it track-friendly for OSM map and JOMS application. Please feel free to comment or add new feature requests here. regards, mqy -- View

Re: [omgps] collect feature requests

2009-06-29 Thread mqy
hehe, how big? double? jeremy jozwik wrote: BIGGER BUTTONS!!! -- View this message in context: http://n2.nabble.com/-omgps--collect-feature-requests-tp3178254p3178300.html Sent from the Openmoko Community mailing list archive at Nabble.com.

Re: [omgps] collect feature requests

2009-06-29 Thread mqy
. regards, mqy -- View this message in context: http://n2.nabble.com/-omgps--collect-feature-requests-tp3178254p3178254.html Sent from the Openmoko Community mailing list archive at Nabble.com. ___ Openmoko community mailing list community

Re: NABBLE [was: Re: [omgps] collect feature requests]

2009-06-29 Thread mqy
or research a message. TY 4x posted message: On 06/29/09 20:29, mqy wrote: First, I must appreciate all omgps users, for your test and feed back. Because ersion 0.1 gets stable for now, and it will be integrated into official openembeded repository, I'm planing start next major developing

Re: [omgps] collect feature requests

2009-06-30 Thread mqy
hi Ciao, omgps supports two data providers: (1) UBX binary and (2) fso ogpsd (through dbus). with #1, no way to utilize ogpsd, you know duplicate connection to /dev/ttySAC1 would cause unexpected result. Fox Mulder wrote: The possibility to enable/disable aided gps start within the

Re: [omgps] collect feature requests

2009-06-30 Thread mqy
to switch data provider to ogpsd. To get data from ogpsd you have to register signals (aysnc mode, ogpsd sends data per second) or poll in synchronous mode. So the finnaly conclusion: you can't manually switch to ogpsd. BTW, is the start time unacceptable? Ciao, mqy :) Fox Mulder wrote: My name

Re: [omgps] collect feature requests

2009-06-30 Thread mqy
The summary is listed here: http://code.google.com/p/omgps/wiki/FeatureRequests?ts=1246375354updated=FeatureRequests I will go traveling during 07-02 ~ 07-04. If your comment or suggestion may not list there, it is likely due to delay. -- View this message in context:

Re: [omgps] collect feature requests

2009-06-30 Thread mqy
hi Laszlo, I've developed concurrent Java programs on sever, ever experienced problem of file descriptor out of per process limit. Haven't seen it crash file system on server or desktop boxes. By default the fd limit is 1024 (see it with ulimit -a), If that's the cause, you would fail even if

Re: [omgps] collect feature requests

2009-06-30 Thread mqy
Onen, obm data can be abstracted as a kind of POI to display. obm can be integrated into omgps with loosely coupled interfaces. to support obm, omgps must: 1. get obm data within an lat/lon rectangle and display them as a layer (just like POIs) 2. show details of each node 3. optionally as a

Re: [omgps] collect feature requests

2009-06-30 Thread mqy
Laszlo, I understand your trouble, but I have to say that your problem is uncommon, because that is caused by unstable underlying infrastructure. Have you ever tested with other uSD cards, or have you upgraded kernel image and rootfs image to latest? Your request for archived repository was

Re: New archive file format (was: [omgps] collect feature requests)

2009-07-01 Thread mqy
standard file system based one. I'd like to see if xar works well too. regards, mqy Laszlo KREKACS wrote: Hi! I have studied all the available archive and compression options. ... Best regards, Laszlo ... -- View this message in context: http://n2.nabble.com/New-archive-file

Re: New archive file format (was: [omgps] collect feature requests)

2009-07-01 Thread mqy
XML is used as a database, elements can be easily added, modified, removed. xor tends to be overkilled as of map tile usage -- we don't need iterating, delete, and that much meta information. With my suggested design, we can even add newly downloaded tiles: insert record into meta database, and

Re: [shr-unstable] 20090624 suspend off not really off?

2009-07-02 Thread mqy
I assume that auto-suspending is disabled by some app while you try adjusting in SHR-settings :) Auto suspending is disabled by omgps, you can't adjust auto-suspending when omgps is running. vendion wrote: I have just noticed the opposite problem, I am unable to get shr- unstable to auto

Re: New archive file format (was: [omgps] collect feature requests)

2009-07-02 Thread mqy
x and y are tile no in tile coordinate system within range of [0.. 2^zoom). just do it if you have time, since proof of concept is necessary :) keep in mind clear APIs. it's likely that, the final version to be integrated into omgps is rewritten in C. Laszlo KREKACS wrote: If I understand

Re: New archive file format (was: [omgps] collect feature requests)

2009-07-04 Thread mqy
for this, why not do vector maps? BillK On Thu, 2009-07-02 at 00:42 -0700, mqy wrote: x and y are tile no in tile coordinate system within range of [0.. 2^zoom). just do it if you have time, since proof of concept is necessary :) keep in mind clear APIs. it's likely that, the final version

Re: [omgps] collect feature requests

2009-07-05 Thread mqy
(via Nabble) ml-user+167888-1251911...@n2.nabble.com: On Mon, Jun 29, 2009 at 05:29:22PM -0700, mqy wrote: Please feel free to comment or add new feature requests here.    Two comments on the package control file: 1) The dependency on python2.6 is missing. 2) The description is still

[SHR-unstable] screen flickering

2009-07-06 Thread mqy
hi: SHR unstable version is 20090624. I've seen this problem for several times when omgps running. I often switch current page to menu which avoid refreshing views -- to save power. The whole screen gets blur. Fortunately in this case I can click the 'exit' button, but have to restart. Each

Re: [SHR-unstable] screen flickering

2009-07-06 Thread mqy
hehe, I'm not alone :) My problem is similar to the second one you described -- whole screen image moves back and forth frequently. I saw colored vertical bars 5 months ago, it is triggered drawing part of pixmap to window. regards, mqy rhn-2 wrote: I saw two incarnations

Re: [omgps] collect feature requests

2009-07-09 Thread mqy
On GTA02 ogpsd uses UBX only (no NMEA) so the only overhead compared to omgps would be that the parsing is implemented in python. I'm sorry that I said ogpsd uses NMEA :( omgps talks with ogpsd (gypsy service) through dbus APIs, so another overhead is delivering of dbus signals. As of my

Re: lowering gps sampling rate

2009-07-11 Thread mqy
Longer sampling rate does not save that much energy as expected. Also refer to this [1]. Omgps uses fixed 1Hz send rate for now, but ever tested a lot (even FIXNOW) before release. Incoming version will support configuring sampling rate which is implemented by sleep(). During my last trip

Re: Record call.

2009-07-14 Thread mqy
-handset.state restore # arecord -D hw -f cd -d 5 -t wav rec.wav # alsactl -f stereoout.state restore # aplay -t wav rec.wav It works like a charm (with a bit noise), with both built-in mic and Motorola A1200 headset :) -- mqy Ed Kapitein wrote: Hi all, I would like to automatically

Re: [SHR - Latest unstable] screenshot application

2009-07-14 Thread mqy
think about what will be captured if you issue that command from desktop :) One way: from Terminal (which is on desktop), issue this command: # sleep 5; gpe-scap then switch to the window you want, wait a while... Of course you can add your own gpe-scape.desktop which execute a shell script

Re: [SHR - Latest unstable] screenshot application

2009-07-15 Thread mqy
The value of Categories is strange. The icon is shown after I changed Action to Applications cheers, mqy 2009/7/15 Tony Berth (via Nabble) ml-user+122456-1165138...@n2.nabble.com: well 'gpe-scap.desktop' is already there! And reads: [Desktop Entry] Name=Take Screenshot Comment=Save

good bye google code

2009-07-17 Thread mqy
sourceforge.net because it connects to google analytics. Would you please avoid registering your new projects to google code? thanks, mqy -- View this message in context: http://n2.nabble.com/good-bye-google-code-tp3277602p3277602.html Sent from the Openmoko Community mailing list archive at Nabble.com

Re: good bye google code

2009-07-17 Thread mqy
you can't do the smalles things w/o having a google account -- not even contact authors of google code projects, let alone reporting bugs. I like google search, but google lives a bad life in my country. I dislike the feature of google code: it increases SVN revision number whenever you edit

Re: good bye google code

2009-07-18 Thread mqy
I registered to github, need some time to get used to it. My first impression is clean and efficient. Strange that can't be authorized by SVN of projects.openmoko.org. BTW, a new omgps installer ipk package was released, download from omgps.googlecode.com. regards, mqy Bumbl wrote: you

Re: good bye google code

2009-07-19 Thread mqy
for the tip, don't you think that your suggestion is a joke? Time to go to bed, should I enjoy the raining evening or try asking somebody in my dream? regards, mqy -- View this message in context: http://n2.nabble.com/good-bye-google-code-tp3277602p3285190.html Sent from the Openmoko Community

Re: good bye google code

2009-07-20 Thread mqy
use git command, plus gitk program. BTW, it seems projects.openmoko.org runs a outdated program, at least needs further maintenance. It does not allow deleting a project by project admin, even if the project is empty. And sourceforge.net is dressed up like a young girl :D regards, mqy

Re: New Open Hardware company

2009-07-20 Thread mqy
Last night the hairdresser told me he want to learn programming, even pay for training :) steven mosher wrote: That's cool. It's kinda funny every female I have showed the device to wants one. And they alreadyown Iphones and blackberry's. perfect for my purse! weird I didnt expect that.

Re: [shr-unstable] omgps track disappearance

2009-07-20 Thread mqy
a card reader, unplug SD card and try restore from a PC. May your dear data with you. best regards, mqy jeremy jozwik wrote: hello list. just saturday i went on a fairly long trip which i tracked via omgps. just this morning i was reviewing the track. and now, only a few minutes ago i

Re: New Open Hardware company

2009-07-20 Thread mqy
marterials from Xiangfu Liu: http://lists.qi-hardware.com/pipermail/developer/2009-July/03.html subscribe: http://lists.qi-hardware.com/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/developer 2009/7/21 Rafael Campos (via Nabble) ml-user+18499-1338436...@n2.nabble.com: Nice geek gadget!! (i also would like

Re: [shr-unstable] omgps track disappearance

2009-07-20 Thread mqy
jerem, I mean omgps does not auto delete normal files such as track log. As of recovery, I know EXT3 is difficult to recover :( Read carefully including comments! mqy jeremy jozwik wrote: On Mon, Jul 20, 2009 at 4:00 PM, mqymeng.qing...@gmail.com wrote: Hi jeremy, I can confirm omgps

Re: [shr-unstable] omgps track disappearance

2009-07-20 Thread mqy
in SD card, the link file exists even if SD card fails to mount. Broken soft link file should trigger error dialog on omgps startup. If your partition is ext3, see this link http://www.xs4all.nl/~carlo17/howto/undelete_ext3.html mqy jeremy jozwik wrote: hello list. just saturday i went

Re: [shr-unstable] omgps track disappearance

2009-07-20 Thread mqy
trigger error dialog on omgps startup. If your partition is ext3, see this link http://www.xs4all.nl/~carlo17/howto/undelete_ext3.html mqy on that part i was in error. i was running cd /.omgps instead of cd ~/.omgps. the omgps folders exist as does the softlink to the sd card partition

Re: good bye google code

2009-07-23 Thread mqy
through a TPLINK router (model:Tl-r402M) which connects to ADSL box. So, I'm really sorry, I apologize. At least it is my local problem, irrelevant to google or some firewalls. Anyway, I like google, and feel sorry and even angry whenever they suffer by some secret reasons I don't agree with. mqy

Re: [openBmap] New cells visualisation interface on the website (beta)

2009-07-25 Thread mqy
Onen, glad to see openBmap gets better and better, congratulation :) best regards, mqy Onen wrote: Hi everyone, Nick did a very nice work about the visualisation interface of the cells on the website [1]. You can now browse and zoom to an area, and see (depending on the level