Re: Freerunner LightSaber

2009-02-25 Thread KaZeR



kris Occhipinti wrote:
 
 I don't know what to tell you.
 I'm running om2008.9 and I don't think I did anything special other then
 install pygame as I posted above.
 
 As far as it running under Debian, I'm also running Hackable1 (based on
 Debian) and I can not get pygame to see the sound card.  I'm still trying
 to
 figure this out and ill post anything I find.
 


Hi, any news?
The link you gave at the beginning of the thread gives me a 404..
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Re: Freerunner LightSaber

2009-02-25 Thread kris Occhipinti
which link? this one:
http://filmsbykris.com/freerunner-debian/ko-user/ko-lightsaber.tar.gz
I just checked and it works

On Wed, Feb 25, 2009 at 11:11 AM, KaZeR ka...@altern.org wrote:



 kris Occhipinti wrote:
 
  I don't know what to tell you.
  I'm running om2008.9 and I don't think I did anything special other then
  install pygame as I posted above.
 
  As far as it running under Debian, I'm also running Hackable1 (based on
  Debian) and I can not get pygame to see the sound card.  I'm still trying
  to
  figure this out and ill post anything I find.
 


 Hi, any news?
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Re: Freerunner LightSaber

2009-01-30 Thread kris Occhipinti
I don't know what to tell you.
I'm running om2008.9 and I don't think I did anything special other then
install pygame as I posted above.

As far as it running under Debian, I'm also running Hackable1 (based on
Debian) and I can not get pygame to see the sound card.  I'm still trying to
figure this out and ill post anything I find.
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Re: Freerunner LightSaber

2009-01-29 Thread Daniel Spies
On Sun, 18 Jan 2009 09:18:56 -0500, kris Occhipinti
metalx2...@gmail.com
wrote:
 Well, I have Hackable1 installed on my Freerunner as well,
 and I thought it would work on that no problem after installing
 python-pygame.
 But, after installing pygame (apt-get install python-pygame)
 I tried to run it and I got an error message:
 open /dev/sequencer or /dev/snd/seq: No such file or directory
 
 The program doesn't crash, it keeps going, just with no sound.
 Which, makes the app useless.
 I'll play with it to day and see if I can get it going on Hackable1
 and if I can it should run on Debain as well.

On Debian it's the very same error message you get, so any update on this
issue?

Thanks,
Daniel

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RE: Freerunner LightSaber

2009-01-29 Thread KaZeR
 

 -Message d'origine-
  I guess SHR doesn't have pygame in the repos, and I don't feel like 
  trying to brick my distro right now... :P Oh well.
 
 I also use SHR and installed the pygame and libsmpeg packages 
 from http://rabenfrost.net/celtune/ipk/armv4t/
 (without changing the sources.list)
 The app works and it also seems that it didn't brake anything.
 Generally, I made the experience that installing single 
 packages from the celtune repository is quite compatible with 
 the SHR distribution.

I installed the following packages from this repository:
libpython2.5-1.0_2.5.2-ml9_armv4t.ipk
libsmpeg-0.4-0_0.4.4+0.4.5cvs20040311-r0_armv4t.ipk
python-pygame_1.8.1-ml1_armv4t.ipk

Unfortunately, i'm still getting ImportError: No module named pygame.mixer

Did i miss something? (SHR-Unstable)


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Re: Freerunner LightSaber

2009-01-28 Thread Daniel Spies
On Wed, 28 Jan 2009 18:21:51 -0500, kris Occhipinti metalx2...@gmail.com
wrote:
 What OS are you running?
 when you installed it did it give any errors?

I tried it on FSO-testing and installed all packages that could have been
missing. 

How to install the app? I copied the files to /usr...
Thanks for you answer! I'll try it on my new Debian later.

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Re: Freerunner LightSaber

2009-01-27 Thread Daniel Spies
kris Occhipinti metalx2...@gmail.com wrote on Saturday 17 January 2009:
 Well, a few months ago, before I have a FreeRunner I saw a LightSaber
 application for the iPhone, I thought was neat.

 So, I made My own for the FreeRunner Yesterday.

 Here is the link
 http://filmsbykris.com/freerunner-debian/ko-user/ko-lightsaber.tar.gz

 How to install:
 Just un-tar it to your root directory and it should place everything where
 it needs to be
 and give you an icon on your desktop.

 What it does:
 Start the App and the phone sounds like a LightSaber Extending and then
 Humming (You know, Like StarWars)
 Swing the Phone Around and it sounds like you're having a LightSaber Fight.

 Features so Far:
 Sound, Vibration, and The Power Button LED flashes Blue on Swings.

 Todo list:
 Work on the GUI (Currently just a big exit button)
 add buttons to extend and retract Saber ( so you don't have to exit the
 program to stop the sounds )
 And some sort of graphic or image of a Light Saber.
 Add More sounds
 Have buttons so you can choose the color of you lightsaber.

 Bugs:
 Sometimes while exiting, if you are still swinging the phone around, the
 LED and/or the vibrator will stay on.
 If this occurs, start the app up again and then close it with out swinging
 the phone around.
 I believe I can fix this with ease.  I just wanted to get what I have done
 out before I continued working on new things.

 I got the sound fx off a free sound fx website.  Don't know who made them.
 I hope it is ok that I used them.

Hi Kris,

I wanted to give it a try, but I always get the following error output:

r...@om-gta02:~# ko-lightsaber
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File /usr/bin/ko-lightsaber, line 4, in module
import pygame.mixer
ImportError: No module named pygame.mixer

Any idea what's the problem here? I installed the pygame package you suggested
http://www.angstrom-distribution.org/unstable/armv4t/python/python-
pygame_1.7.1-ml2_armv4t.ipk

Thanks,
Daniel

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Re: Freerunner LightSaber

2009-01-25 Thread Jan Henkins
Hello Kris,

Thanks a million!! What a laugh! I use it on OM2008.12. I'm starting it 
up with a dirty little script to set 
/sys/devices/platform/lis302dl.2/threshold value to 5 during play, and 
to then set it back to whatever the value was before. Thanks to matthias 
for this tip.

--start---
#!/bin/bash
# Scriptname: /usr/bin/start-ko-lightsaber
# Edit /usr/share/applications/ko-lightsaber.desktop to use this script

# Get the threshold value
THRESHOLD=`cat /sys/devices/platform/lis302dl.2/threshold`

# Adjust accellorometer threshold to 5 (Thanks for this tip matthias!)
echo 5  /sys/devices/platform/lis302dl.2/threshold

# Start lightsaber
/usr/bin/ko-lightsaber

# Put system settings back the way they were...
echo $THRESHOLD  /sys/devices/platform/lis302dl.2/threshold
---end---

kris Occhipinti wrote:
 Well, a few months ago, before I have a FreeRunner I saw a LightSaber 
 application for the iPhone, I thought was neat.

 So, I made My own for the FreeRunner Yesterday.

 Here is the link
 http://filmsbykris.com/freerunner-debian/ko-user/ko-lightsaber.tar.gz


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Re: Freerunner LightSaber

2009-01-18 Thread Tim Dobson
kris Occhipinti wrote:
 I forgot to mention the need for pygame.
 I'm still running  om2008.9
 and I installed pygame like this
 g iopkg install 
 http://www.angstrom-distribution.org/unstable/armv4t/python/python-pygame_1.7.1-ml2_armv4t.ipk
 
 If you have pygame installed it should work,
 I'll look into the pygame.error: No available audio device
 and installing pygame should brick your distro.

installing pygame bricks 2008.9?

*is in the process of doing it anyway*

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Re: Freerunner LightSaber

2009-01-18 Thread Francesco de Virgilio
Stopping speech-sipatcher it works, but it seems a bit slow to percept 
the movements... however, great app, thanks!!

Korbinian Rosenegger wrote:
 Hi
 
 On Sat, 2009-01-17 at 18:30 +0100, Francesco de Virgilio wrote:
 Great app, but...
 On 2008.12 I've installed python-pygame and this follows when I try to 
 run the program:

 r...@om-gta02:~# export DISPLAY=:0
 r...@om-gta02:~# ko-lightsaber
 Traceback (most recent call last):
File /usr/bin/ko-lightsaber, line 32, in module
  pygame.mixer.init()
 pygame.error: No available audio device

 Any tip?
 
 Try stopping speech-dispatcher or running lightsaber with the aoss
 wrapper.
 Also have a look at my other mail (Workaround for speech-dispatcher)
 when this works for you.
 
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Re: Freerunner LightSaber

2009-01-18 Thread matthias
For me (running OM2008.12) ko-lightsaber works fine with the following
tweakings:

echo 100  /sys/devices/platform/lis302dl.2/sample_rate
echo5  /sys/devices/platform/lis302dl.2/threshold

play around with threshold-values around 10.
cat /sys/devices/platform/lis302dl.2/threshold says 0 (???), but it
works fine now.

I removed speech-dispatcher from /etc/init.d/ and rc5.d/ and only start
it with navit and end when quitting navit via bash-skript.

I am your father, Luke! *heavy breathing* :D


Francesco de Virgilio schrieb:
 Stopping speech-sipatcher it works, but it seems a bit slow to percept 
 the movements... however, great app, thanks!!

 Korbinian Rosenegger wrote:
   
 Hi

 On Sat, 2009-01-17 at 18:30 +0100, Francesco de Virgilio wrote:
 
 Great app, but...
 On 2008.12 I've installed python-pygame and this follows when I try to 
 run the program:

 r...@om-gta02:~# export DISPLAY=:0
 r...@om-gta02:~# ko-lightsaber
 Traceback (most recent call last):
File /usr/bin/ko-lightsaber, line 32, in module
  pygame.mixer.init()
 pygame.error: No available audio device

 Any tip?
   
 Try stopping speech-dispatcher or running lightsaber with the aoss
 wrapper.
 Also have a look at my other mail (Workaround for speech-dispatcher)
 when this works for you.

 cu Korbi



 

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Re: Freerunner LightSaber

2009-01-18 Thread Davide Scaini
Someone tryed it with success on debian?
d

On Sun, Jan 18, 2009 at 12:18 PM, Francesco de Virgilio fradev...@gmail.com
 wrote:

 Stopping speech-sipatcher it works, but it seems a bit slow to percept
 the movements... however, great app, thanks!!

 Korbinian Rosenegger wrote:
  Hi
 
  On Sat, 2009-01-17 at 18:30 +0100, Francesco de Virgilio wrote:
  Great app, but...
  On 2008.12 I've installed python-pygame and this follows when I try to
  run the program:
 
  r...@om-gta02:~# export DISPLAY=:0
  r...@om-gta02:~# ko-lightsaber
  Traceback (most recent call last):
 File /usr/bin/ko-lightsaber, line 32, in module
   pygame.mixer.init()
  pygame.error: No available audio device
 
  Any tip?
 
  Try stopping speech-dispatcher or running lightsaber with the aoss
  wrapper.
  Also have a look at my other mail (Workaround for speech-dispatcher)
  when this works for you.
 
  cu Korbi
 
 
 
  
 
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Re: Freerunner LightSaber

2009-01-18 Thread Christian Reitwießner
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The Digital Pioneer schrieb:
 I guess SHR doesn't have pygame in the repos, and I don't feel like trying
 to brick my distro right now... :P Oh well.

I also use SHR and installed the pygame and libsmpeg packages from
http://rabenfrost.net/celtune/ipk/armv4t/
(without changing the sources.list)
The app works and it also seems that it didn't brake anything.
Generally, I made the experience that installing single packages from
the celtune repository is quite compatible with the SHR distribution.

Kind regards,
Christian
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Re: Freerunner LightSaber

2009-01-18 Thread kris Occhipinti
Well, I have Hackable1 installed on my Freerunner as well,
and I thought it would work on that no problem after installing
python-pygame.
But, after installing pygame (apt-get install python-pygame)
I tried to run it and I got an error message:
open /dev/sequencer or /dev/snd/seq: No such file or directory

The program doesn't crash, it keeps going, just with no sound.
Which, makes the app useless.
I'll play with it to day and see if I can get it going on Hackable1
and if I can it should run on Debain as well.
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Re: Freerunner LightSaber

2009-01-18 Thread Charles-Henri Gros
matthias wrote:
 Fine, excactly the right thing for my boredom right now!
 but you should have mentioned the dependencies from python-pygame.
 on om2008.12 it seemed quite slow to me and did not recognized my
 movements, but let's try it a few more times!

Accelerometers don't appear to work correctly in 2008.12:

http://docs.openmoko.org/trac/ticket/2145

There appears to be a workaround though

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Re: Freerunner LightSaber

2009-01-17 Thread Riccardo Centra
Upload it on opkg.org

2009/1/17 kris Occhipinti metalx2...@gmail.com

 Well, a few months ago, before I have a FreeRunner I saw a LightSaber
 application for the iPhone, I thought was neat.

 So, I made My own for the FreeRunner Yesterday.

 Here is the link
 http://filmsbykris.com/freerunner-debian/ko-user/ko-lightsaber.tar.gz

 How to install:
 Just un-tar it to your root directory and it should place everything where
 it needs to be
 and give you an icon on your desktop.

 What it does:
 Start the App and the phone sounds like a LightSaber Extending and then
 Humming (You know, Like StarWars)
 Swing the Phone Around and it sounds like you're having a LightSaber Fight.

 Features so Far:
 Sound, Vibration, and The Power Button LED flashes Blue on Swings.

 Todo list:
 Work on the GUI (Currently just a big exit button)
 add buttons to extend and retract Saber ( so you don't have to exit the
 program to stop the sounds )
 And some sort of graphic or image of a Light Saber.
 Add More sounds
 Have buttons so you can choose the color of you lightsaber.

 Bugs:
 Sometimes while exiting, if you are still swinging the phone around, the
 LED and/or the vibrator will stay on.
 If this occurs, start the app up again and then close it with out swinging
 the phone around.
 I believe I can fix this with ease.  I just wanted to get what I have done
 out before I continued working on new things.

 I got the sound fx off a free sound fx website.  Don't know who made them.
 I hope it is ok that I used them.


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Re: Freerunner LightSaber

2009-01-17 Thread matthias
Fine, excactly the right thing for my boredom right now!
but you should have mentioned the dependencies from python-pygame.
on om2008.12 it seemed quite slow to me and did not recognized my
movements, but let's try it a few more times!
Good work! :) That's apps we need for making the freerunner more sexy!!!

matthias

kris Occhipinti schrieb:
 Well, a few months ago, before I have a FreeRunner I saw a LightSaber
 application for the iPhone, I thought was neat.

 So, I made My own for the FreeRunner Yesterday.

 Here is the link
 http://filmsbykris.com/freerunner-debian/ko-user/ko-lightsaber.tar.gz

 How to install:
 Just un-tar it to your root directory and it should place everything
 where it needs to be
 and give you an icon on your desktop.

 What it does:
 Start the App and the phone sounds like a LightSaber Extending and
 then Humming (You know, Like StarWars)
 Swing the Phone Around and it sounds like you're having a LightSaber
 Fight.

 Features so Far:
 Sound, Vibration, and The Power Button LED flashes Blue on Swings.

 Todo list:
 Work on the GUI (Currently just a big exit button)
 add buttons to extend and retract Saber ( so you don't have to exit
 the program to stop the sounds )
 And some sort of graphic or image of a Light Saber.
 Add More sounds
 Have buttons so you can choose the color of you lightsaber.

 Bugs:
 Sometimes while exiting, if you are still swinging the phone around,
 the LED and/or the vibrator will stay on.
 If this occurs, start the app up again and then close it with out
 swinging the phone around.
 I believe I can fix this with ease.  I just wanted to get what I have
 done out before I continued working on new things.

 I got the sound fx off a free sound fx website.  Don't know who made
 them.  I hope it is ok that I used them.

 

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Re: Freerunner LightSaber

2009-01-17 Thread The Digital Pioneer
I guess SHR doesn't have pygame in the repos, and I don't feel like trying
to brick my distro right now... :P Oh well.

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Re: Freerunner LightSaber

2009-01-17 Thread Francesco de Virgilio
Great app, but...
On 2008.12 I've installed python-pygame and this follows when I try to 
run the program:

r...@om-gta02:~# export DISPLAY=:0
r...@om-gta02:~# ko-lightsaber
Traceback (most recent call last):
   File /usr/bin/ko-lightsaber, line 32, in module
 pygame.mixer.init()
pygame.error: No available audio device

Any tip?

kris Occhipinti wrote:
 Well, a few months ago, before I have a FreeRunner I saw a LightSaber 
 application for the iPhone, I thought was neat.
 
 So, I made My own for the FreeRunner Yesterday.
 
 Here is the link
 http://filmsbykris.com/freerunner-debian/ko-user/ko-lightsaber.tar.gz
 
 How to install:
 Just un-tar it to your root directory and it should place everything 
 where it needs to be
 and give you an icon on your desktop.
 
 What it does:
 Start the App and the phone sounds like a LightSaber Extending and then 
 Humming (You know, Like StarWars)
 Swing the Phone Around and it sounds like you're having a LightSaber Fight.
 
 Features so Far:
 Sound, Vibration, and The Power Button LED flashes Blue on Swings.
 
 Todo list:
 Work on the GUI (Currently just a big exit button)
 add buttons to extend and retract Saber ( so you don't have to exit the 
 program to stop the sounds )
 And some sort of graphic or image of a Light Saber.
 Add More sounds
 Have buttons so you can choose the color of you lightsaber.
 
 Bugs:
 Sometimes while exiting, if you are still swinging the phone around, the 
 LED and/or the vibrator will stay on.
 If this occurs, start the app up again and then close it with out 
 swinging the phone around.
 I believe I can fix this with ease.  I just wanted to get what I have 
 done out before I continued working on new things.
 
 I got the sound fx off a free sound fx website.  Don't know who made 
 them.  I hope it is ok that I used them.
 
 
 
 
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Re: Freerunner LightSaber

2009-01-17 Thread kris Occhipinti
I forgot to mention the need for pygame.
I'm still running  om2008.9
and I installed pygame like this
g iopkg install
http://www.angstrom-distribution.org/unstable/armv4t/python/python-pygame_1.7.1-ml2_armv4t.ipk

If you have pygame installed it should work,
I'll look into the pygame.error: No available audio device
and installing pygame should brick your distro.
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Re: Freerunner LightSaber

2009-01-17 Thread The Digital Pioneer
On Sat, Jan 17, 2009 at 12:25 PM, kris Occhipinti metalx2...@gmail.comwrote:

 and installing pygame should brick your distro.

How comforting. ;) Don't worry, I know what you mean.

I tried installing it, and after just a little manual dependency following,
I got concerned about upgrading my c libs. SHR needs to get with it and
update... :\

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Re: Freerunner LightSaber

2009-01-17 Thread Korbinian Rosenegger
Hi

On Sat, 2009-01-17 at 18:30 +0100, Francesco de Virgilio wrote:
 Great app, but...
 On 2008.12 I've installed python-pygame and this follows when I try to 
 run the program:
 
 r...@om-gta02:~# export DISPLAY=:0
 r...@om-gta02:~# ko-lightsaber
 Traceback (most recent call last):
File /usr/bin/ko-lightsaber, line 32, in module
  pygame.mixer.init()
 pygame.error: No available audio device
 
 Any tip?

Try stopping speech-dispatcher or running lightsaber with the aoss
wrapper.
Also have a look at my other mail (Workaround for speech-dispatcher)
when this works for you.

cu Korbi



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