Re: [Cellhunter] no offline log any more

2009-03-20 Thread arne anka
 On every openmoko distro like fso or shr the user is root with home
 /home/root/

those are iirc all oe based -- debian is an om distro too, and it does not  
use /home/root/ but /root/. gentoo does so to iirc.

 /tmp is a bad idea because its only tmpfs and deleted
 everytime it boots up.

and that's worse than silent failing?

 but an other dir would be better, yes

sure, but which directory is available everwhere and can be presumed to be  
r/w to the every user?

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Re: [Cellhunter] no offline log any more

2009-03-20 Thread Sebastian Hammerl
arne anka schrieb:
 Cellhunter tries to read out your $HOME variable. when NOT set it goes
 to /home/root (line 536)
 

 that seems to be a very strange fallback
 - where is root's home below /home/? so far i've seen it in oe only
 - why is the user root assumed?

   
On every openmoko distro like fso or shr the user is root with home
/home/root/

normally $home should be set. I think other programs will have problems
too without this. /tmp is a bad idea because its only tmpfs and deleted
everytime it boots up. but an other dir would be better, yes

Sebastian
 a sane fallback would be /tmp, which usually exists everwhere and is r/w  
 for everyone.

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Re: [Cellhunter] no offline log any more

2009-03-20 Thread Sebastian Hammerl
Tony Berth schrieb:
 On Thu, Mar 19, 2009 at 8:31 PM, Sebastian Hammerl
 list-openm...@omoco.de mailto:list-openm...@omoco.de wrote:

 try to start it from the commandline  with parameter -d

 cellhunter.py -d

 perhaps this will tell you more.

 Sebastian



 I did re-start the phone but still 'cellhunter' doesn't create a log file.

 Here is the outcome when running from command line:

 ---
 __init__
 __init__ / checking for homedir
 __init__ / found homedir = /home/root
 __init__ / init config
 __init__ / init wget file
 __init__ / init dbus
 __init__ / init gtk main window
 main
 offline_mode
 offline_mode / offline=True
 check_cellid_auto
 check_cellid
 check_cellid / 0181 E637 4 786
 check_cellid / +COPS: 0,2,26203
 check_cellid / Provider: 262 3
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD 5DD9 4 990
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D4F 3 796
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD 5DE3 4 986
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD B563 5 801
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D4F 3 830
 check_cellid / neighbours:   2 0
 check_cellid / FIX/TIME: No Fix / 0 /
 check_cellid / POS:  /  /
 check_serverresponse
 check_cellid / scheduling next check in 1 ms
 check_cellid_auto / auto=1
 check_cellid
 check_cellid / 0181 E637 7 786
 check_cellid / +COPS: 0,2,26203
 check_cellid / Provider: 262 3
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD 5DD9 4 990
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D4F 3 796
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD 5DE3 5 986
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD B563 5 801
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D45 3 860
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D4F 3 830
 check_cellid / FIX/TIME: No Fix / 0 /
 check_cellid / POS:  /  /
 check_serverresponse
 check_cellid / scheduling next check in 1 ms
 check_cellid
 check_cellid / 0181 E637 6 786
 check_cellid / +COPS: 0,2,26203
 check_cellid / Provider: 262 3
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD 5DD9 4 990
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D4F 3 796
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD 5DE3 5 986
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD B563 6 801
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D45 3 860
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D4F 3 830
 check_cellid / FIX/TIME: No Fix / 0 /
 check_cellid / POS:  /  /
 check_serverresponse
 check_cellid / scheduling next check in 1 ms
 check_cellid
 check_cellid / 0181 E637 5 786
 check_cellid / +COPS: 0,2,26203
 check_cellid / Provider: 262 3
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD 5DD9 4 990
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D4F 2 796
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD 5DE3 5 986
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD B563 5 801
 check_cellid / neighbours:   2 0
 check_cellid / neighbours:   2 0
 check_cellid / FIX/TIME: No Fix / 0 /
 check_cellid / POS:  /  /
 check_serverresponse
 check_cellid / scheduling next check in 1 ms
 delete_event
 gui_destroy
 gui_destroy / sending AT+CREG=0\r\n
 gui_destroy / kill all old wgets
 -

what does

echo $HOME

tell you?

is /home/root/ accessable?

Sebastian
 Thanks

 Tony

 

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Re: [Cellhunter] no offline log any more

2009-03-20 Thread Sebastian Hammerl
arne anka schrieb:
 On every openmoko distro like fso or shr the user is root with home
 /home/root/
 

 those are iirc all oe based -- debian is an om distro too, and it does not  
 use /home/root/ but /root/. gentoo does so to iirc.

   
 /tmp is a bad idea because its only tmpfs and deleted
 everytime it boots up.
 

 and that's worse than silent failing?

   
no, shurely not
 but an other dir would be better, yes
 

 sure, but which directory is available everwhere and can be presumed to be  
 r/w to the every user?

   
that was my problem when hacking together that code :)
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Re: [Cellhunter] no offline log any more

2009-03-20 Thread Tony Berth
2009/3/20 Sebastian Hammerl list-openm...@omoco.de

  Tony Berth schrieb:

 On Thu, Mar 19, 2009 at 8:31 PM, Sebastian Hammerl list-openm...@omoco.de
  wrote:

 try to start it from the commandline  with parameter -d

 cellhunter.py -d

 perhaps this will tell you more.

 Sebastian



 I did re-start the phone but still 'cellhunter' doesn't create a log file.

 Here is the outcome when running from command line:

 ---
 __init__
 __init__ / checking for homedir
 __init__ / found homedir = /home/root
 __init__ / init config
 __init__ / init wget file
 __init__ / init dbus
 __init__ / init gtk main window
 main
 offline_mode
 offline_mode / offline=True
 check_cellid_auto
 check_cellid
 check_cellid / 0181 E637 4 786
 check_cellid / +COPS: 0,2,26203
 check_cellid / Provider: 262 3
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD 5DD9 4 990
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D4F 3 796
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD 5DE3 4 986
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD B563 5 801
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D4F 3 830
 check_cellid / neighbours:   2 0
 check_cellid / FIX/TIME: No Fix / 0 /
 check_cellid / POS:  /  /
 check_serverresponse
 check_cellid / scheduling next check in 1 ms
 check_cellid_auto / auto=1
 check_cellid
 check_cellid / 0181 E637 7 786
 check_cellid / +COPS: 0,2,26203
 check_cellid / Provider: 262 3
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD 5DD9 4 990
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D4F 3 796
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD 5DE3 5 986
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD B563 5 801
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D45 3 860
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D4F 3 830
 check_cellid / FIX/TIME: No Fix / 0 /
 check_cellid / POS:  /  /
 check_serverresponse
 check_cellid / scheduling next check in 1 ms
 check_cellid
 check_cellid / 0181 E637 6 786
 check_cellid / +COPS: 0,2,26203
 check_cellid / Provider: 262 3
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD 5DD9 4 990
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D4F 3 796
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD 5DE3 5 986
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD B563 6 801
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D45 3 860
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D4F 3 830
 check_cellid / FIX/TIME: No Fix / 0 /
 check_cellid / POS:  /  /
 check_serverresponse
 check_cellid / scheduling next check in 1 ms
 check_cellid
 check_cellid / 0181 E637 5 786
 check_cellid / +COPS: 0,2,26203
 check_cellid / Provider: 262 3
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD 5DD9 4 990
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D4F 2 796
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD 5DE3 5 986
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD B563 5 801
 check_cellid / neighbours:   2 0
 check_cellid / neighbours:   2 0
 check_cellid / FIX/TIME: No Fix / 0 /
 check_cellid / POS:  /  /
 check_serverresponse
 check_cellid / scheduling next check in 1 ms
 delete_event
 gui_destroy
 gui_destroy / sending AT+CREG=0\r\n
 gui_destroy / kill all old wgets
 -

   what does

 echo $HOME

 tell you?

 is /home/root/ accessable?

 Sebastian

  Thanks

 Tony


yes indeed. 'echo $HOME' gives me 'home/root' and I can rwd anything there!

Thanks Tony
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Re: [Cellhunter] no offline log any more

2009-03-20 Thread Sebastian Hammerl
Tony Berth schrieb:
 2009/3/20 Sebastian Hammerl list-openm...@omoco.de
 mailto:list-openm...@omoco.de

 Tony Berth schrieb:
 On Thu, Mar 19, 2009 at 8:31 PM, Sebastian Hammerl
 list-openm...@omoco.de mailto:list-openm...@omoco.de wrote:

 try to start it from the commandline  with parameter -d

 cellhunter.py -d

 perhaps this will tell you more.

 Sebastian



 I did re-start the phone but still 'cellhunter' doesn't create a
 log file.

 Here is the outcome when running from command line:

 ---
 __init__
 __init__ / checking for homedir
 __init__ / found homedir = /home/root
 __init__ / init config
 __init__ / init wget file
 __init__ / init dbus
 __init__ / init gtk main window
 main
 offline_mode
 offline_mode / offline=True
 check_cellid_auto
 check_cellid
 check_cellid / 0181 E637 4 786
 check_cellid / +COPS: 0,2,26203
 check_cellid / Provider: 262 3
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD 5DD9 4 990
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D4F 3 796
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD 5DE3 4 986
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD B563 5 801
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D4F 3 830
 check_cellid / neighbours:   2 0
 check_cellid / FIX/TIME: No Fix / 0 /
 check_cellid / POS:  /  /
 check_serverresponse
 check_cellid / scheduling next check in 1 ms
 check_cellid_auto / auto=1
 check_cellid
 check_cellid / 0181 E637 7 786
 check_cellid / +COPS: 0,2,26203
 check_cellid / Provider: 262 3
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD 5DD9 4 990
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D4F 3 796
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD 5DE3 5 986
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD B563 5 801
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D45 3 860
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D4F 3 830
 check_cellid / FIX/TIME: No Fix / 0 /
 check_cellid / POS:  /  /
 check_serverresponse
 check_cellid / scheduling next check in 1 ms
 check_cellid
 check_cellid / 0181 E637 6 786
 check_cellid / +COPS: 0,2,26203
 check_cellid / Provider: 262 3
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD 5DD9 4 990
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D4F 3 796
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD 5DE3 5 986
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD B563 6 801
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D45 3 860
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D4F 3 830
 check_cellid / FIX/TIME: No Fix / 0 /
 check_cellid / POS:  /  /
 check_serverresponse
 check_cellid / scheduling next check in 1 ms
 check_cellid
 check_cellid / 0181 E637 5 786
 check_cellid / +COPS: 0,2,26203
 check_cellid / Provider: 262 3
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD 5DD9 4 990
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D4F 2 796
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD 5DE3 5 986
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD B563 5 801
 check_cellid / neighbours:   2 0
 check_cellid / neighbours:   2 0
 check_cellid / FIX/TIME: No Fix / 0 /
 check_cellid / POS:  /  /
 check_serverresponse
 check_cellid / scheduling next check in 1 ms
 delete_event
 gui_destroy
 gui_destroy / sending AT+CREG=0\r\n
 gui_destroy / kill all old wgets
 -

 what does

 echo $HOME

 tell you?

 is /home/root/ accessable?

 Sebastian
 Thanks

 Tony


 yes indeed. 'echo $HOME' gives me 'home/root' and I can rwd anything
 there!

 Thanks Tony

argl, got it now. could it be that auto submit is turned off?

auto check only checks the cells but does not transmit them. only when
transmitting the data is beeing sent / stored in offline file.

you have to push: offline mode - auto submit - auto check

more info at the manual at http://cellhunter.omoco.de

Sebastian
 

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Re: [Cellhunter] no offline log any more

2009-03-20 Thread Tony Berth
2009/3/20 Sebastian Hammerl list-openm...@omoco.de

  Tony Berth schrieb:

 2009/3/20 Sebastian Hammerl list-openm...@omoco.de

 Tony Berth schrieb:

 On Thu, Mar 19, 2009 at 8:31 PM, Sebastian Hammerl 
 list-openm...@omoco.de wrote:

 try to start it from the commandline  with parameter -d

 cellhunter.py -d

 perhaps this will tell you more.

 Sebastian



 I did re-start the phone but still 'cellhunter' doesn't create a log file.

 Here is the outcome when running from command line:

 ---
 __init__
 __init__ / checking for homedir
 __init__ / found homedir = /home/root
 __init__ / init config
 __init__ / init wget file
 __init__ / init dbus
 __init__ / init gtk main window
 main
 offline_mode
 offline_mode / offline=True
 check_cellid_auto
 check_cellid
 check_cellid / 0181 E637 4 786
 check_cellid / +COPS: 0,2,26203
 check_cellid / Provider: 262 3
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD 5DD9 4 990
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D4F 3 796
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD 5DE3 4 986
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD B563 5 801
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D4F 3 830
 check_cellid / neighbours:   2 0
 check_cellid / FIX/TIME: No Fix / 0 /
 check_cellid / POS:  /  /
 check_serverresponse
 check_cellid / scheduling next check in 1 ms
 check_cellid_auto / auto=1
 check_cellid
 check_cellid / 0181 E637 7 786
 check_cellid / +COPS: 0,2,26203
 check_cellid / Provider: 262 3
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD 5DD9 4 990
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D4F 3 796
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD 5DE3 5 986
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD B563 5 801
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D45 3 860
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D4F 3 830
 check_cellid / FIX/TIME: No Fix / 0 /
 check_cellid / POS:  /  /
 check_serverresponse
 check_cellid / scheduling next check in 1 ms
 check_cellid
 check_cellid / 0181 E637 6 786
 check_cellid / +COPS: 0,2,26203
 check_cellid / Provider: 262 3
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD 5DD9 4 990
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D4F 3 796
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD 5DE3 5 986
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD B563 6 801
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D45 3 860
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D4F 3 830
 check_cellid / FIX/TIME: No Fix / 0 /
 check_cellid / POS:  /  /
 check_serverresponse
 check_cellid / scheduling next check in 1 ms
 check_cellid
 check_cellid / 0181 E637 5 786
 check_cellid / +COPS: 0,2,26203
 check_cellid / Provider: 262 3
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD 5DD9 4 990
 check_cellid / neighbours: 0181 3D4F 2 796
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD 5DE3 5 986
 check_cellid / neighbours: 02FD B563 5 801
 check_cellid / neighbours:   2 0
 check_cellid / neighbours:   2 0
 check_cellid / FIX/TIME: No Fix / 0 /
 check_cellid / POS:  /  /
 check_serverresponse
 check_cellid / scheduling next check in 1 ms
 delete_event
 gui_destroy
 gui_destroy / sending AT+CREG=0\r\n
 gui_destroy / kill all old wgets
 -

what does

 echo $HOME

 tell you?

 is /home/root/ accessable?

 Sebastian

  Thanks

 Tony


 yes indeed. 'echo $HOME' gives me 'home/root' and I can rwd anything there!

 Thanks Tony


 argl, got it now. could it be that auto submit is turned off?

 auto check only checks the cells but does not transmit them. only when
 transmitting the data is beeing sent / stored in offline file.

 you have to push: offline mode - auto submit - auto check

 more info at the manual at http://cellhunter.omoco.de

 Sebastian



Bingo! :) Yep, that did the trick!

Thanks

Tony
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Re: [Cellhunter] no offline log any more

2009-03-20 Thread Stefan Monnier
 Cellhunter tries to read out your $HOME variable. when NOT set it goes
 to /home/root (line 536)
 that seems to be a very strange fallback
 - where is root's home below /home/? so far i've seen it in oe only
 - why is the user root assumed?
 a sane fallback would be /tmp, which usually exists everwhere and is r/w  
 for everyone.

No, a sane fallback would be to signal an error and exit.


Stefan


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Re: [Cellhunter] no offline log any more

2009-03-20 Thread arne anka
 No, a sane fallback would be to signal an error and exit.

that's no fallback -- that's an exit strategy.

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Re: [Cellhunter] no offline log any more

2009-03-20 Thread Stefan Monnier
 No, a sane fallback would be to signal an error and exit.
 that's no fallback -- that's an exit strategy.

For a problem detected at startup, it's much better than
a bogus fallback.
After all, a missing HOME envvar, or a $HOME that points to a missing
directory is the result of a misconfiguration that needs to be fixed in
any case.


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Re: [Cellhunter] no offline log any more

2009-03-19 Thread Tony Berth
that's what I thought too but cellhunter doen't create a new log when going
offline! That's exactly my problem. It did created once, and after
'cellhunter_upload.sh' deleted that file no new log is been generated any
more!

Thanks

Tony

On Thu, Mar 19, 2009 at 5:01 PM, Leonti Bielski prishe...@gmail.com wrote:

 What do you mean by no log was re-generated?

 Script cellhunter_upload.sh send info to the server and then delets log
 file.

 New log will be created next time you are using cellhunter in offline mode.

 Leonti

 On Thu, Mar 19, 2009 at 9:37 AM, Tony Berth tonybe...@googlemail.com
 wrote:
  I have SHR latest unstable and the latest cellhunter version.
 
  In the very first beginning, when I switched to offline mode a log was
  indeed created. After going online and run 'cellhunter_upload.sh' to
 upload
  it to the cellhunter server, no log was re-generated? Why?
 
  Thanks
 
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Re: [Cellhunter] no offline log any more

2009-03-19 Thread Leonti Bielski
What do you mean by no log was re-generated?

Script cellhunter_upload.sh send info to the server and then delets log file.

New log will be created next time you are using cellhunter in offline mode.

Leonti

On Thu, Mar 19, 2009 at 9:37 AM, Tony Berth tonybe...@googlemail.com wrote:
 I have SHR latest unstable and the latest cellhunter version.

 In the very first beginning, when I switched to offline mode a log was
 indeed created. After going online and run 'cellhunter_upload.sh' to upload
 it to the cellhunter server, no log was re-generated? Why?

 Thanks

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Re: [Cellhunter] no offline log any more

2009-03-19 Thread arne anka
 that's what I thought too but cellhunter doen't create a new log when  
 going
 offline! That's exactly my problem. It did created once, and after
 'cellhunter_upload.sh' deleted that file no new log is been generated any
 more!


no clue about cellhunter -- but did you ever restart it?
maybe it still writes to the file, although the handle got deleted?

i managed once to delete a log file still being written to -- the app  
calmly wrote to the file descriptor, but i had no handle (filename) to  
access it anymore.
after restart the log file got created again and everything was fine.

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Re: [Cellhunter] no offline log any more

2009-03-19 Thread Johny Tenfinger
Happens for me too - for me cellhunter offline log has never created.
I can't see anything about that in stdout.

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Re: [Cellhunter] no offline log any more

2009-03-19 Thread Sebastian Hammerl
try to start it from the commandline  with parameter -d

cellhunter.py -d

perhaps this will tell you more.

Sebastian

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Re: [Cellhunter] no offline log any more

2009-03-19 Thread Alex (Maxious) Sadleir
Something I realised on Debian/fyp was that in /usr/bin/cellhunter.py
home is set to /home/root but on fyp root's home is just /root.
Cellhunter 0.4.2 *did not* present an error message when it tried to
write the offline log to a non-existant path, it just silently failed.
So this should definately be fixed!

I lost a whole morning's worth of cells - better luck next time ;)

On Thu, Mar 19, 2009 at 7:37 PM, Tony Berth tonybe...@googlemail.com wrote:
 I have SHR latest unstable and the latest cellhunter version.

 In the very first beginning, when I switched to offline mode a log was
 indeed created. After going online and run 'cellhunter_upload.sh' to upload
 it to the cellhunter server, no log was re-generated? Why?

 Thanks

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