I just installed the SHR images (kernel and rootfs) from December 4th, and I
also upgraded to Qi for my bootloader. I assume that Qi wouldn't cause my
problem, so that leaves the newest version of SHR.
The default suspend options are
I always give a larger
Davide Scaini wrote:
ah i forgot...:
then try opkg update opkg upgrade, maybe this will fix the second
part of your bug.
So it's fixed now? I'll give it a try tonight.
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Back in the days of the April release for SHR-Testing, the keyboard wouldn't
auto-display, and I thought that was somewhat inconvenient, so I was happy
when I upgraded to SHR-U and saw that the keyboard would auto-display when I
clicked in text fields.
However, I've found that the behavior is
I've noticed that each version that I've upgraded of TangoGPS has increased
the font size for the speed display on the map screen. I don't need or want
it to take up 1/4 of the screen as it does now. I've looked inside the
TangoGPS config file (~.gconf/apps/tangogps/%gconf.xml), but I couldn't
Sebastian Krzyszkowiak wrote:
On Tue, Jan 5, 2010 at 18:33, vancel35 van...@thespazcat.com wrote:
That's matchbox-keyboard-im which makes keyboard popping up
automatically with GTK+ apps (don't be suggested with name, on default
install matchbox-keyboard-im pops up Illume keyboard
Stefan Fröbe wrote:
Don't know about any configuration options, but had the same issues and
changed it in my geocaching patch:
change this line in src/gps_functions.c after setting global_font_scale to
sth like 40:
@@ -94,7 +94,7 @@ osd_speed(gboolean force_redraw)
Marcus Bauer wrote:
On Tue, 5 Jan 2010 09:39:53 -0800 (PST)
vancel35 van...@thespazcat.com wrote:
I've noticed that each version that I've upgraded of TangoGPS has
increased the font size for the speed display on the map screen.
Nope. I just had a quick look: it was 72pt
I recently did an update / upgrade, and I've notice that the problem is back,
but more stupid.
I removed the package again (matchbox-keyboard-im), and the package that
depended on it but provided no files (opkg files showed the package name,
but nothing in the list). I suppose that package was
I have the opposite problem. Mine suspends regardless of settings.
In fact, I did my upgrade a week or so ago, and at first I could turn off
the auto-suspend switch in the power settings screen, but it would still
suspend regardless. Now it doesn't even let me slide the switch to the off
I recently did an opkg update / upgrade, and a new version of Navit was
installed. I am a new user to Navit, so I have it turned on even when I
know where I'm going to learn how its routing engine works in practice...
and because new programs are fun. :)
Since I've been taking the same route
An update here.
I upgraded my phone the night before last, and my wifi works again. I had
just given up and was upgrading nightly. I'm not sure what specific package
fixed it, but I noticed that some of the core packages were updated (such as
phonefsod, libframeworkd, mdbus2, etc.).
I got this in the SHR feeds the other night, and the speed numbers are
probably the size you actually intended rather than that weird combination
of DPI and size.
I had noticed that it was faster too, but since I hadn't read the list of
improvements yet, I wasn't sure if it was just in my mind.
I don't know if what I saw was the same problem, but I left mine on my wifi
ovenight and when I woke up, it wasn't responding very quickly, but as far
as I know, nothing had been killed.
I didn't even think about the Wifi being the problem. If it's data-related,
I probably didn't have enough
I tried to upgrade last night (Mar 15th), and it didn't complete, but the
display got messed up enough that I couldn't continue the process. I
thought the upgrade was complete since the command prompt was back, so I
After the reboot, I have a few problems, and I'm not sure how to fix
jeremy jozwik wrote:
had that problem a few moths ago on shr. i was able to ssh into the
phone and re-start the upgrade but the phone never really became
ended up copying whatever files i needed to my desktop, and did a reflash.
lesson of the ordeal... dont bother with
Unfortunately I cannot get into the boot menu, and my desktop computers don't
see the FR. Not only that, but last night I tried the 1 amp wall charger to
see if the higher output would get it to recognize the USB/power cable, and
The interesting thing about the USB port is that if I
Why dont you reflash? (you do know that the FR has two boot options for
flashing - one being read only so it cant be easily trashed? - see the
Your description implies that the upgrade left you with a missmatched
kernel and modules, or no modules - can you flash
This is probably a stupid question but have you tried removing the
battery and leaving the FR unplugged for ~15 minutes and then see if
you can get the NOR boot menu? I only ask because I've had a similar
issue and this solved my problem.
As far as the desktops not
On Wed, 2010-03-17 at 08:28 -0800, vancel35 wrote:
Unfortunately I cannot get into the boot menu, and my desktop
computers don't see the FR. Not only that, but last night I tried
the 1 amp wall charger to see if the higher output would get it to
recognize the USB
i'm using shr-unstable from february 2010
Linux version 2.6.29-rc3 (s...@opmbuild) (gcc version 4.4.2 (GCC) ) #1
Fri Feb 5 18:47:47 CET 2010
i use the freerunner permanently plugged to my server for sending sms.
it worked 10 days normally.
then first the X
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