Re: navit in V55

2013-05-29 Thread Matth
On Mittwoch, 29. Mai 2013, robin wrote:
 hi matth,
 
 could you please provide a step by step explanation of solving the
 libcryptoproblem. many thanks.
Get the package from
http://packages.debian.org/squeeze/libssl0.9.8 - choose armel.
Unpack this package (easyest in mc), copy the libcrypto.so.0.9.8 in a private 
directory (You could copy it directly to /usr/lib/arm-linux-gnueabi , but I 
prefer to have it separated from the official stuff, in that way I remember 
what I did later)
Make a symlink in  /usr/lib/arm-linux-gnueabi pointing to the 
libcrypto.so.0.9.8 in Your private directory.

Done.

Matth

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Re: navit in V55

2013-05-28 Thread robin
hi matth,

could you please provide a step by step explanation of solving the 
libcryptoproblem. many thanks.

robin


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Re: Navit for QT Moko

2011-12-19 Thread Alishams Hassam
Hehe, I don't think I've given a thank you to either of them either. It's
always hard in FOSS because you don't want to forget anyone. I think the
SHR folk and kernel hackers deserve lots of thanks as well! The folks who
have created themes for both have always made me love the phone more, also
all the authors of the various apps created for both stacks. Without each
of these groups the phone would be so much less. As nice as a fast stable
phone is, it's not as impressive without applications to make use of it and
a pretty UI; and no point to having a pretty UI and plentiful applications
if the phone isn't stable or working properly. Almost forgot to extend
thanks to Openmoko and all it's employees for taking the lead in this area
and producing this kind of hardware when no one else was willing.

I'm strapped for cash too, but whenever looking at other phones, I'm still
missing features that the FR has (except GTA04 of course, will be placing
my order as soon as I can budget for it- god damn it's expensive). As you
said, you'll have to pry it form my cold dead hands! I *love* being able to
run almost all 30,000+ apps in the debian repos if I need to; I *love* USB
host mode; I *love* that it runs Debian; I *love* that a group is working
on a completely free GSM firmware (does any other phone have anyone working
on that?); I *love* that we have schematics and that people have found good
mods to improve performance / fix bugs (I wish I had the soldering skills
to apply it, but I don't want to mess it up by lifting a pad or spilling
solder- those points are tiny); and tons more. There have been many people
bashing the phone, especially at launch, but most every complaint I've
heard has been resolved (at-least for me).

Don't get me wrong, it would be great if our community was as large as
Android or IOS, however we've come a long way with our limited
resources/numbers. I only wish I was able to contribute more myself.

On Sun, Dec 18, 2011 at 3:25 PM, Brian bn...@rochester.rr.com wrote:

 On Sun, 18 Dec 2011 18:18:43 -0500
 Brian bn...@rochester.rr.com wrote:

  On Sun, 18 Dec 2011 23:51:26 +
  Radek Polak pson...@seznam.cz wrote:
  brevity
   Hi,
   if all goes right i will have new Freerunner donated to me by Christ
   van Willegen.

 I'm such an IDIOT, I forogt to thank our benefactor! Thank you Christ
 Van Willigen!!!

 Sincerly,

 Brian

   I will try to make navit working with GPS out of the
   box and do v38 when it's done.
  
   Regards
  
   Radek
 
  You sir, deserve the highest praise for your efforts to keep a forlorn
  hardware platform from perpetual stagnation. I'm pretty tapped right
  now for cash and you would have to pry my Neo-FR from my dead cold
  hands before I gave it up but I would have gifted you a case or a new
  one if I could have.
 
  Happy Holidays,
 
  Brian
 
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Re: Navit for QtMoko

2011-12-18 Thread Guilhem Bonnefille
2011/12/16 Radek Polak pson...@seznam.cz:
 On Friday 16 December 2011 14:21:31 Patryk Benderz wrote:

 Dnia 2011-12-15, czw o godzinie 16:00 +0100, Radek Polak pisze:
  Hi,
  also navit is now ported to qtmoko.

 Did you ported it or was it someone else? Does it still use X server?
 Anyway big thanks to those who did it. Navit was the most lacking app
 for me on QtMoko.

 I have ported it - it was quite easy. It does not use X server. I uses qt
 painter that is drawing to framebuffer as all other qtmoko apps.

A really big thanks for this. Navit seems much more reactive on qtmoko
than on SHR.

But, the topic seems to need some more work for a better integration.
When I start navit, nothing occurs on GPS device part: nor power on,
nor GPSd launch. Did I missed something? Currently I imagine the
following solutions:
- use a script shell wrapper around navit to activate device, start
gpsd and fire navit (and undo all these when navit terminate)
- insert some specific code in navit for qtmoko, like NeronGPS does
(directly power on or off from code via
/sys/devices/platform/gta02-pm-gps.0/power_on)

This topic brings me an other question: what design for GPS related
tools? Raw device (like NeronGPS) or GPSd (like currently
pre-configured navit-qtmoko)?

Note: I'm still using qtMoko v35.

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Re: Navit for QtMoko

2011-12-18 Thread Radek Polak
On Sunday 18 December 2011 14:12:45 Guilhem Bonnefille wrote:

 But, the topic seems to need some more work for a better integration.
 When I start navit, nothing occurs on GPS device part: nor power on,
 nor GPSd launch. Did I missed something? Currently I imagine the
 following solutions:
 - use a script shell wrapper around navit to activate device, start
 gpsd and fire navit (and undo all these when navit terminate)
 - insert some specific code in navit for qtmoko, like NeronGPS does
 (directly power on or off from code via
 /sys/devices/platform/gta02-pm-gps.0/power_on)
 
 This topic brings me an other question: what design for GPS related
 tools? Raw device (like NeronGPS) or GPSd (like currently
 pre-configured navit-qtmoko)?

I think you can configure gpsd to automatically run script which is executed 
when client program connects. It could be e.g. /opt/qtmoko/bin/gps-poweron.sh 
I havent played with gpsd very much yet. I think i will not work on this until 
i have case for mine GTA02, because i cant test it now...

Regards

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Re: Navit for QT Moko

2011-12-18 Thread Radek Polak
On Sunday 18 December 2011 19:20:03 Rashid wrote:

 Hi Radek,
 
 this are great news with gpsd. I have never got it working with X.
 Do you want to release a QT moko 38 version for NAND. Using the
 freerunner as a full navigation system would be great :).
 
 Since you have probably the GTA04 board inside your freerunner, can you
 power it without the case?
 
 Or paste some should work code to power on the gpsd deamon with navit,
 so other can try (and maybe fix) it.

Hi,
if all goes right i will have new Freerunner donated to me by Christ van 
Willegen. I will try to make navit working with GPS out of the box and do v38 
when it's done.

Regards

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Re: Navit for QT Moko

2011-12-18 Thread Brian
On Sun, 18 Dec 2011 23:51:26 +
Radek Polak pson...@seznam.cz wrote:
brevity
 Hi,
 if all goes right i will have new Freerunner donated to me by Christ
 van Willegen. I will try to make navit working with GPS out of the
 box and do v38 when it's done.
 
 Regards
 
 Radek

You sir, deserve the highest praise for your efforts to keep a forlorn
hardware platform from perpetual stagnation. I'm pretty tapped right
now for cash and you would have to pry my Neo-FR from my dead cold
hands before I gave it up but I would have gifted you a case or a new
one if I could have.

Happy Holidays,

Brian

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Re: Navit for QT Moko

2011-12-18 Thread Brian
On Sun, 18 Dec 2011 18:18:43 -0500
Brian bn...@rochester.rr.com wrote:

 On Sun, 18 Dec 2011 23:51:26 +
 Radek Polak pson...@seznam.cz wrote:
 brevity
  Hi,
  if all goes right i will have new Freerunner donated to me by Christ
  van Willegen.

I'm such an IDIOT, I forogt to thank our benefactor! Thank you Christ
Van Willigen!!!

Sincerly,

Brian

  I will try to make navit working with GPS out of the
  box and do v38 when it's done.
  
  Regards
  
  Radek
 
 You sir, deserve the highest praise for your efforts to keep a forlorn
 hardware platform from perpetual stagnation. I'm pretty tapped right
 now for cash and you would have to pry my Neo-FR from my dead cold
 hands before I gave it up but I would have gifted you a case or a new
 one if I could have.
 
 Happy Holidays,
 
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Re: Navit for QtMoko

2011-12-16 Thread Patryk Benderz
Dnia 2011-12-15, czw o godzinie 16:00 +0100, Radek Polak pisze:
 Hi,
 also navit is now ported to qtmoko.
Did you ported it or was it someone else? Does it still use X server?
Anyway big thanks to those who did it. Navit was the most lacking app
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Re: Navit for QtMoko

2011-12-16 Thread Radek Polak
On Friday 16 December 2011 14:21:31 Patryk Benderz wrote:

 Dnia 2011-12-15, czw o godzinie 16:00 +0100, Radek Polak pisze:
  Hi,
  also navit is now ported to qtmoko.
 
 Did you ported it or was it someone else? Does it still use X server?
 Anyway big thanks to those who did it. Navit was the most lacking app
 for me on QtMoko.

I have ported it - it was quite easy. It does not use X server. I uses qt 
painter that is drawing to framebuffer as all other qtmoko apps.

Regards

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Re: Navit for QtMoko

2011-12-15 Thread Griera
On Thu, 15 Dec 2011 16:00:34 +0100
Radek Polak pson...@seznam.cz wrote:

 Hi,
 also navit is now ported to qtmoko. Please check:
 
 http://qtmoko.sourceforge.net/apps/qtmoko-navit.html

Nice. Thanks a lot!! 

 
 for install instuctions. It's still quite ugly hack. E.g. i modified QtGui.pc 
 so that it passes -lqtopia but otherwise it should work quite nice.
 
 I have to somehow solve automatic downloading of dependencies when .deb is 
 clicked in browser so that install is even easier.
 
 Regards
 
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Re: Navit for QtMoko

2011-12-15 Thread Ed Kapitein
big +1 !
On 12/15/2011 06:29 PM, Griera wrote:
 On Thu, 15 Dec 2011 16:00:34 +0100
 Radek Polak pson...@seznam.cz wrote:

 Hi,
 also navit is now ported to qtmoko. Please check:

 http://qtmoko.sourceforge.net/apps/qtmoko-navit.html
 Nice. Thanks a lot!! 

 for install instuctions. It's still quite ugly hack. E.g. i modified 
 QtGui.pc 
 so that it passes -lqtopia but otherwise it should work quite nice.

 I have to somehow solve automatic downloading of dependencies when .deb is 
 clicked in browser so that install is even easier.

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Re: navit / making announcement not execute a command line call as well

2011-11-13 Thread Ed Kapitein
Hi Robin,

I have something like this in my navit.xml:
speech type=cmdline data=/home/navit/scripts/say_it.sh '%s'/

and /home/navit/scripts/say_it.sh is a script  that does some post
processing for speech,
but you can make it do anything i guess.
The %s is passed on to the script as command line parameters, so you
could first handle
$* in the script and then dim/brighten the screen.

Kind regards,
Ed


On 11/13/2011 07:32 PM, robin wrote:
 Maybe someone from the openmoko list is using navit and has an idea if one can
 make the announcement tag not only announce the the next direction to turn to
 but also to execute a command as well.

 My idea would be to have navit fully dimmed if one is travelling on the 
 correct
 path. Once a there are crossings and directions are announced the display will
 change brightness via a fso call. once travelling on the right track again the
 display should be dimmed again.

 anyone has any idea?


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Re: navit in QTmoko: Map don't follow actual position

2011-08-06 Thread Hrabosh
Hallo Frank,

is your GPSD daemon running? Is it configured properly?

If my Navit works (i.e. has current position), I can see actual
coordinates in Action menu below the car icon (in the middle of left
row).

My navit.xml is attached.

BTW ... I have nothing on the screen but the map and + - icons. If you
managed to get ETA time, trip length, next turn, etc. information on the
screen, could you please share your navit.xml?

Thanks, Hrabosh 


Frank píše v Pá 05. 08. 2011 v 20:47 +0200:
 Hallo,
 I try to run navit on my freerunner.
 - QTmoko v35
 - navit Version: 0.2.0~svn3501+dfsg.1-1
 
 I downloaded and installed a OSM-Map for Germany.
 I see this map and can zoom and pan but ...
 
 My problem now is:
 
 The map is *not* centered on my actual position from GPS.
 
 I tried to configure some vehicle-Tags in /home/root/.navit/navit.xml
 
 vehicle name=.. profilename=car enabled=yes active=0 
 source=gpsd://localhost gpsd_query=w+xj follow=3
 
 But on navit's gui I only see the default DEMO-Vehicle which has no 
 GPSD-source.
 
 Can someone send me an example for a working freeruner-proved 
 'navit.xml' or a vehicle-Tag that follows GPS?
 
 How can I test, that navit gets the actual position from GPS-deamon?
 




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Re: navit and libQtGui

2011-06-14 Thread Guilhem Bonnefille
2011/6/9 Radek Polak pson...@seznam.cz:
 On Wednesday 08 June 2011 23:56:49 Guilhem Bonnefille wrote:
 Is there any solution to find to replace Debian's package libqtgui4
 with a one compiled without X11 support?

 This is something i am very interested in. If we could install QWS version of
 QT (embedded one which paints to framebuffer) it might be theoretically
 possible to run all QT applications in debian without recompiling.

 But this has to be tested and we would have to upgrade QtMoko's QT to 4.6 so
 that it's the same version as in debian.

I did not find anything related to QWS in Debian (yet). But I found
the following page:
https://wiki.kubuntu.org/Specs/M/ARMQtonEmbedded/Guide

The interesting part is QWS precompiled packages already exist.
The worth part is the introduction. It seems that X11 and QWS flavour
are API compatible, but not ABI compatible. So, precompiled Debian's
package with X11 are not supposed to run with QWS.

So, it seems that the only simple solution is to find a way to build
the qtpainter navit's plugin with QWS.

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Re: navit and libQtGui

2011-06-09 Thread Patryk Benderz
[cut]
 Where do the /opt/qtmoko/lib/libQtGui.so.4 came from?
 Is there any solution to find to replace Debian's package libqtgui4
 with a one compiled without X11 support?
 Anybody to rebuild just navit-graphics-qt-qpainter package with the Qt
 version of QtMoko?
I suppose Radek could answer those questions? Radek?
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Re: navit and libQtGui

2011-06-09 Thread Radek Polak
On Wednesday 08 June 2011 23:56:49 Guilhem Bonnefille wrote:

 I discovered that navit has a Qt frontend. So, I firstly do not
 understand why we should use Qx to run navit. Then, I discovered that
 the libQtGui provided by official Debian package is compiled with X11
 support.
 
 Where do the /opt/qtmoko/lib/libQtGui.so.4 came from?

QtMoko (or previously Qtopia) was meant to be embedded thing and it bundles 
it's own QT - in sources it's under qtopiacore/qt This is then built to 
/opt/qtmoko/lib/libQt* binaries.

As for source code - it's vanilla QT 4.5.3 from Nokia's git with like 2..3 one 
liner patches.

Building QT is part of the build system and build files. When you build qtmoko 
with configure  make  make install it also builds QT.

 Is there any solution to find to replace Debian's package libqtgui4
 with a one compiled without X11 support?

This is something i am very interested in. If we could install QWS version of 
QT (embedded one which paints to framebuffer) it might be theoretically 
possible to run all QT applications in debian without recompiling.

But this has to be tested and we would have to upgrade QtMoko's QT to 4.6 so 
that it's the same version as in debian.

 Anybody to rebuild just navit-graphics-qt-qpainter package with the Qt
 version of QtMoko?

Hmm interesting - if navit-graphics-qt-qpainter is separate and not big 
project it could have been simple.

Regards

Radek

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Re: Navit problem?

2011-04-12 Thread Radek Polak
On Monday 11 April 2011 17:19:57 Sven Hartrumpf wrote:

 Mon, 11 Apr 2011 11:02:07 +0200, psonek2 wrote:
  http://qtmoko.sourceforge.net/download/Xglamo.deb
 
 Is there a difference between the above file and the one from the debian
 repository?

Xglamo is small embedded version. It's very small (~1MB) and similar e.g. to 
Xfbdev [1] except that it supports glamo.

xserver-xorg-video-glamo is glamo driver for full Xorg server. It's included 
in debian [2]

Regards

Radek


[1] http://packages.debian.org/squeeze/xserver-xfbdev
[2] http://packages.debian.org/en/squeeze/xserver-xorg-video-glamo

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Re: Navit problem?

2011-04-11 Thread Nick
Gilles Filippini pini at debian.org writes:

 
 Hrabosh a écrit , Le 10/04/2011 19:36:
  Navit seems to run, but it is bigger than
  the screen (I can!t see part of the Navit keyboard, etc.) and I don!t
  have any Navit icon in QX.
 
 I can hardly help you further since I don't use the qtmoko distro. But
 you may want take a look at the wiki pages to find out how to fine tune
 your configuration using the navit.xml file:
 http://wiki.navit-project.org/
 
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Hi everybody,
freshly installed qtmoko_v35 on nand on a freerunner and tried 

1) to install navit via apt-get: doesn't work (apt-get didn't install the
navit.xml for example)

2) to install it via openmobile-zip file. After the map-configuration it starts,
I even get a map, but the gps doesn't work. Starting NeronGPS simultaneously
gives me a gps-signal on Neron but nor on Navit.
I dont get any routing as well.

Did anybody succeed in apt-get install navit ? Or is openmobile the only and
old-fashioned way ?

Where can I see the output from QX/navit ?

Oh gosh, QTmoko is really nice but without Navit .

Greetings,
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Re: Navit problem?

2011-04-11 Thread Sven Hartrumpf
Mon, 11 Apr 2011 06:31:24 + (UTC), calypso wrote:
 1) to install navit via apt-get: doesn't work (apt-get didn't install the
 navit.xml for example)

Debian puts navit.xml into /etc/navit/
 
 Did anybody succeed in apt-get install navit?

I still have no X running because I don't know which packages
are needed for Xglamo ...

Ciao
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Re: Navit problem?

2011-04-11 Thread Radek Polak
On Sunday 10 April 2011 11:10:24 Carsten Gerlach wrote:

 Wich packages do I have to install for Xglamo?
 
 A apt-cache search glamo gives only the result xserver-xorg-video-glamo
 - X.Org X server -- SMedia Glamo display driver
 
 I have installed this package, but the X server is not starting.
 

http://qtmoko.sourceforge.net/download/Xglamo.deb

Btw it should be as simple as this:

* install qtmoko (v35)
* start qx
* click the button start and when asked choose Xglamo
* wait until everything is installed
* xserver with xterm should start
* twice press AUX to end it

If you want more apps (like navit):

* from shell do apt-get install navit
* run qx
* choose Favourites in menu
* if the package installs .desktop file to /usr/share/application it will have 
icon there, so click it to enable it
* you can use menu-Settings on the application list item to adjust settings 
like window manager.
* if the app does not have .desktop file you can launch xterm and start it from 
there

Regards

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Re: Navit problem?

2011-04-11 Thread Radek Polak
On Sunday 10 April 2011 19:36:00 Hrabosh wrote:

 Then I installed Xglamo and Navit seems to run, but it is bigger than
 the screen (I can!t see part of the Navit keyboard, etc.) and I don!t
 have any Navit icon in QX.

Please check QX-Menu-Favourites and enable navit from there - it should work 
if navit installs /usr/share/applications/navit.deskop

The screen could be fixed if you enable window manager in application settings. 
Current QX window manager is quite simple, you might need to use matchbox for 
more complex things.

Regards

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Re: Navit problem?

2011-04-11 Thread Gilles Filippini
Sven Hartrumpf a écrit , Le 11/04/2011 08:50:
 I still have no X running because I don't know which packages
 are needed for Xglamo ...

This question has been answered already:
xserver-xorg-video-glamo

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Re: Navit problem?

2011-04-11 Thread Sven Hartrumpf
Mon, 11 Apr 2011 15:20:48 +0200, pini wrote:
 Sven a écrit , Le 11/04/2011 08:50:
 I still have no X running because I don't know which packages
 are needed for Xglamo ...
 
 This question has been answered already:
   xserver-xorg-video-glamo

Thanks for your patience.
This worked and automatically installed the following packages:

keyboard-configuration libaudit0 libdrm2 libpciaccess0 libxkbfile1 
x11-xkb-utils xkb-data xserver-common xserver-xorg xserver-xorg-core 
xserver-xorg-input-all xserver-xorg-input-evdev
  xserver-xorg-input-synaptics xserver-xorg-input-wacom xserver-xorg-video-glamo

Sven

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Re: Navit problem?

2011-04-11 Thread Sven Hartrumpf
Mon, 11 Apr 2011 11:02:07 +0200, psonek2 wrote:
 http://qtmoko.sourceforge.net/download/Xglamo.deb

Is there a difference between the above file and the one from the debian
repository?
 
 Btw it should be as simple as this:

...

Thanks for the detailed steps.
X works ok now (with Xglamo from the repository).
Sven

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Re: Navit problem?

2011-04-11 Thread Hrabosh
Radek Polak píše v Po 11. 04. 2011 v 13:28 +0200:
 On Sunday 10 April 2011 19:36:00 Hrabosh wrote:
 
  Then I installed Xglamo and Navit seems to run, but it is bigger than
  the screen (I can!t see part of the Navit keyboard, etc.) and I don!t
  have any Navit icon in QX.
 
 Please check QX-Menu-Favourites and enable navit from there - it should 
 work 
 if navit installs /usr/share/applications/navit.deskop
 
 Yes, it works!


 The screen could be fixed if you enable window manager in application 
 settings. 
 Current QX window manager is quite simple, you might need to use matchbox for 
 more complex things.
 

Yes, it works too! I've checked:
Prevent suspending
Use window manager
Enable GPS module
Fullscreen

And Navit now seems to run properly. I just need to play with navit.xml
to set correct maps, etc.

Thank you !!

Hrabosh

 Regards
 
 Radek
 
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Re: Navit problem?

2011-04-11 Thread Carsten Gerlach
Hello,

Am Montag 11 April 2011 schrieb Radek Polak:
 Btw it should be as simple as this:

[step by step instructions]

Thanks for this good description, now it works! :-)

Greetings, Carsten

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Re: Navit problem?

2011-04-10 Thread Sven Hartrumpf
Sat, 9 Apr 2011 14:58:08 +0200, psonek2 wrote:
 When I started QX from the GUI I had to install an X server.
 Which one is recommended? (Xorg or Xglamo?)
 
 I would go for Xglamo - it's very small (~1MB) and well tested.

Thanks for your recommendation.

 I have tested it on fresh v35 install and i worked just fine.

Where to find the package (the package does not seem to have an obvious name)?
The only one I found is:
xserver-xorg-video-glamo

Ciao
Sven

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Re: Navit problem?

2011-04-10 Thread Carsten Gerlach
Hello,

I have the same problems as Sven, so sorry for hijacking this thread.

Am Samstag 09 April 2011 schrieb Radek Polak:
 Sven Hartrumpf wrote:
  When I started QX from the GUI I had to install an X server.
  Which one is recommended? (Xorg or Xglamo?)
 
 I would go for Xglamo - it's very small (~1MB) and well tested. I have
 tested it on fresh v35 install and i worked just fine.

Wich packages do I have to install for Xglamo?

A apt-cache search glamo gives only the result xserver-xorg-video-glamo - 
X.Org X server -- SMedia Glamo display driver

I have installed this package, but the X server is not starting.

  I tried both, but with no success (I saw Raptor install packages,
  but no error message; it could be that the root fs is full now).
  
  So, I tried
  
  apt-get install xserver-xorg
  
  which worked, but starting xterm (or navit) from QX leads to:
  
  Unable to connect to X server
 
 If you try runningX from command line does it work? Maybe uninstall the
 xserver-xorg (or remove /usr/bin/X) and QX should use Xglamo automatically.

A start of X gives the error

Failed to load module fbdev 

So I installed the package xserver-xorg-video-fbdev

Now the error was:

(EE) AIGLX error: dlopen of /usr/lib/dri/swrast_dri.so failed 
(/usr/lib/dri/swrast_dri.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or 
directory)
(EE) GLX: could not load software renderer

After the installing libxcb-glx0 libgl1-mesa-swx11 libgl1-mesa-dri I get no 
error messages, only this output

root@neo:~# X

X.Org X Server 1.7.7
Release Date: 2010-05-04
X Protocol Version 11, Revision 0
Build Operating System: Linux 2.6.31-rc9 armv5tel Debian
Current Operating System: Linux neo 2.6.34-qtmoko #1 Tue Mar 29 19:36:17 UTC 
2011 armv4tl
Kernel command line: loglevel=4 console=tty0 console=ttySAC2,115200 
init=/sbin/init ro  mtdparts=physmap-flash:-(nor);neo1973-
nand:0x0004(qi),0x0004(depr-ub-
env),0x0080(kernel),0x000a(depr),0x0004(identity-
ext2),0x0f6a(rootfs)  g_ether.dev_addr=00:1F:11:01:55:3F 
g_ether.host_addr=00:1F:11:01:55:40  root=/dev/mmcblk0p1 rootdelay=1 
console=tty0 loglevel=3 rootwait
Build Date: 19 February 2011  03:00:40PM
xorg-server 2:1.7.7-13 (Cyril Brulebois k...@debian.org) 
Current version of pixman: 0.16.4
Before reporting problems, check http://wiki.x.org
to make sure that you have the latest version.
Markers: (--) probed, (**) from config file, (==) default setting,
(++) from command line, (!!) notice, (II) informational,
(WW) warning, (EE) error, (NI) not implemented, (??) unknown.
(==) Log file: /var/log/Xorg.0.log, Time: Sun Apr 10 11:03:15 2011
(==) Using system config directory /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d
Primary device is not PCI
SELinux: Disabled on system, not enabling in X server

The screen becomes black and after clicking on the screen the graphic is 
redrawn. But a start of navit gives the old message

root@neo:~# navit
navit:main_init:Warning: LC_ALL is set, this might lead to problems (e.g. 
strange positions from GPS)
map_rect_new_textfile unable to open textfile /root/.navit/bookmark.txt

(unknown:1081): Gtk-WARNING **: cannot open display:

Greetings, Carsten
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Re: Navit problem?

2011-04-10 Thread Hrabosh

If you are connected via SSH, you need to set DISPLAY variable first.

Something like:

root@neo:~# DISPLAY=:0.0 navit


may work...


Hrabosh




Carsten Gerlach píše v Ne 10. 04. 2011 v 11:10 +0200:
 Hello,
 
 I have the same problems as Sven, so sorry for hijacking this thread.
 
 Am Samstag 09 April 2011 schrieb Radek Polak:
  Sven Hartrumpf wrote:
   When I started QX from the GUI I had to install an X server.
   Which one is recommended? (Xorg or Xglamo?)
  
  I would go for Xglamo - it's very small (~1MB) and well tested. I have
  tested it on fresh v35 install and i worked just fine.
 
 Wich packages do I have to install for Xglamo?
 
 A apt-cache search glamo gives only the result xserver-xorg-video-glamo - 
 X.Org X server -- SMedia Glamo display driver
 
 I have installed this package, but the X server is not starting.
 
   I tried both, but with no success (I saw Raptor install packages,
   but no error message; it could be that the root fs is full now).
   
   So, I tried
   
   apt-get install xserver-xorg
   
   which worked, but starting xterm (or navit) from QX leads to:
   
   Unable to connect to X server
  
  If you try runningX from command line does it work? Maybe uninstall the
  xserver-xorg (or remove /usr/bin/X) and QX should use Xglamo automatically.
 
 A start of X gives the error
 
 Failed to load module fbdev 
 
 So I installed the package xserver-xorg-video-fbdev
 
 Now the error was:
 
 (EE) AIGLX error: dlopen of /usr/lib/dri/swrast_dri.so failed 
 (/usr/lib/dri/swrast_dri.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or 
 directory)
 (EE) GLX: could not load software renderer
 
 After the installing libxcb-glx0 libgl1-mesa-swx11 libgl1-mesa-dri I get no 
 error messages, only this output
 
 root@neo:~# X
 
 X.Org X Server 1.7.7
 Release Date: 2010-05-04
 X Protocol Version 11, Revision 0
 Build Operating System: Linux 2.6.31-rc9 armv5tel Debian
 Current Operating System: Linux neo 2.6.34-qtmoko #1 Tue Mar 29 19:36:17 UTC 
 2011 armv4tl
 Kernel command line: loglevel=4 console=tty0 console=ttySAC2,115200 
 init=/sbin/init ro  mtdparts=physmap-flash:-(nor);neo1973-
 nand:0x0004(qi),0x0004(depr-ub-
 env),0x0080(kernel),0x000a(depr),0x0004(identity-
 ext2),0x0f6a(rootfs)  g_ether.dev_addr=00:1F:11:01:55:3F 
 g_ether.host_addr=00:1F:11:01:55:40  root=/dev/mmcblk0p1 rootdelay=1 
 console=tty0 loglevel=3 rootwait
 Build Date: 19 February 2011  03:00:40PM
 xorg-server 2:1.7.7-13 (Cyril Brulebois k...@debian.org) 
 Current version of pixman: 0.16.4
   Before reporting problems, check http://wiki.x.org
   to make sure that you have the latest version.
 Markers: (--) probed, (**) from config file, (==) default setting,
   (++) from command line, (!!) notice, (II) informational,
   (WW) warning, (EE) error, (NI) not implemented, (??) unknown.
 (==) Log file: /var/log/Xorg.0.log, Time: Sun Apr 10 11:03:15 2011
 (==) Using system config directory /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d
 Primary device is not PCI
 SELinux: Disabled on system, not enabling in X server
 
 The screen becomes black and after clicking on the screen the graphic is 
 redrawn. But a start of navit gives the old message
 
 root@neo:~# navit
 navit:main_init:Warning: LC_ALL is set, this might lead to problems (e.g. 
 strange positions from GPS)
 map_rect_new_textfile unable to open textfile /root/.navit/bookmark.txt
 
 (unknown:1081): Gtk-WARNING **: cannot open display:
 
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Re: Navit problem?

2011-04-10 Thread Gilles Filippini
Carsten Gerlach a écrit , Le 10/04/2011 11:10:
 A start of X gives the error
 
 Failed to load module fbdev 

What is in your xorg.conf file?

Here is mine:

pini@debian-gta02:~$ cat /etc/X11/xorg.conf
# Xorg configuration for an Openmoko FreeRunner
Section InputClass
Identifier  Clic droit
MatchIsTouchscreen  on
Option  EmulateRightButton1
EndSection

Section Device
Identifier  Configured Video Device
Driver  glamo
#   Driver  fbdev
EndSection

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Re: Navit problem?

2011-04-10 Thread Hrabosh
Sven Hartrumpf píše v So 09. 04. 2011 v 12:11 +0200:
 Hi.
 
 Fri, 08 Apr 2011 21:26:31 +0200, pini wrote:
  I am trying Navit for the first time and followed these instructions:
  
  http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/QtMoko#Navit_Installation
  
  Works fine, but after the suggested reboot, I just see
  Enter PIN the press Unlock (no numbers field as usual).
  The screen and the buttons do not react in any way.
 
 I had to flash again :-(
 
  IIUC qtmoko is based on Debian. Why not install
 
 Because I trusted the Wiki page :-)
 Could someone knowledgable update the Navit section, please?
 (OK, _if_ I get Navit working (see below), I could do this myself.)
 
  Navit from the
  appropriate Debian repository?
 
 OK. I tried this now.
 
 The following works without adjusting repositories:
 
 apt-get install navit

I did the same. Also gpsd should be installed.

Then I installed Xglamo and Navit seems to run, but it is bigger than
the screen (I can!t see part of the Navit keyboard, etc.) and I don!t
have any Navit icon in QX.




 
 When I started QX from the GUI I had to install an X server.
 Which one is recommended? (Xorg or Xglamo?)
 I tried both, but with no success (I saw Raptor install packages,
 but no error message; it could be that the root fs is full now).
 
 So, I tried
 
 apt-get install xserver-xorg
 
 which worked, but starting xterm (or navit) from QX leads to:
 
 Unable to connect to X server
 
 Ciao
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Re: Navit problem?

2011-04-10 Thread Gilles Filippini
Hrabosh a écrit , Le 10/04/2011 19:36:
 Navit seems to run, but it is bigger than
 the screen (I can!t see part of the Navit keyboard, etc.) and I don!t
 have any Navit icon in QX.

I can hardly help you further since I don't use the qtmoko distro. But
you may want take a look at the wiki pages to find out how to fine tune
your configuration using the navit.xml file:
http://wiki.navit-project.org/

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Re: Navit problem?

2011-04-10 Thread Carsten Gerlach
Hello,

Am Sonntag 10 April 2011 schrieb Gilles Filippini:
 Carsten Gerlach a écrit , Le 10/04/2011 11:10:
  A start of X gives the error
  
  Failed to load module fbdev
 
 What is in your xorg.conf file?

I didn't have this file. So I created it with your template and after a reboot 
the known error at starting navit Gtk-WARNING **: cannot open display: is 
gone.

Navit starts (the background color occurs), but it directly gets frozen. And 
if you click on the screen, the desktop becomes visible step by step.

By the way this happens only if i start navit in the terminal on the neo 
directly. If I want to start it over a ssh session from my laptop I get the 
well nown error:

root@neo:~# navit
navit:main_init:Warning: LC_ALL is set, this might lead to problems (e.g. 
strange positions from GPS)
map_rect_new_textfile unable to open textfile /root/.navit/bookmark.txt

(unknown:1388): Gtk-WARNING **: cannot open display: 

It is possible to start a program over ssh on an other device?


Thanks, Carsten

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Re: Navit problem?

2011-04-09 Thread Sven Hartrumpf
Hi.

Fri, 08 Apr 2011 21:26:31 +0200, pini wrote:
 I am trying Navit for the first time and followed these instructions:
 
 http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/QtMoko#Navit_Installation
 
 Works fine, but after the suggested reboot, I just see
 Enter PIN the press Unlock (no numbers field as usual).
 The screen and the buttons do not react in any way.

I had to flash again :-(

 IIUC qtmoko is based on Debian. Why not install

Because I trusted the Wiki page :-)
Could someone knowledgable update the Navit section, please?
(OK, _if_ I get Navit working (see below), I could do this myself.)

 Navit from the
 appropriate Debian repository?

OK. I tried this now.

The following works without adjusting repositories:

apt-get install navit

When I started QX from the GUI I had to install an X server.
Which one is recommended? (Xorg or Xglamo?)
I tried both, but with no success (I saw Raptor install packages,
but no error message; it could be that the root fs is full now).

So, I tried

apt-get install xserver-xorg

which worked, but starting xterm (or navit) from QX leads to:

Unable to connect to X server

Ciao
Sven

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Re: Navit problem?

2011-04-09 Thread Radek Polak
Sven Hartrumpf wrote:

 When I started QX from the GUI I had to install an X server.
 Which one is recommended? (Xorg or Xglamo?)

I would go for Xglamo - it's very small (~1MB) and well tested. I have tested 
it on fresh v35 install and i worked just fine.

 I tried both, but with no success (I saw Raptor install packages,
 but no error message; it could be that the root fs is full now).
 
 So, I tried
 
 apt-get install xserver-xorg
 
 which worked, but starting xterm (or navit) from QX leads to:
 
 Unable to connect to X server

If you try runningX from command line does it work? Maybe uninstall the 
xserver-xorg (or remove /usr/bin/X) and QX should use Xglamo automatically.

Regards

Radek

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Re: Navit problem?

2011-04-08 Thread Gilles Filippini
Sven Hartrumpf a écrit , Le 08/04/2011 17:50:
 Hi all.
 
 (This is on a freerunner with qtmoko v35.)
 
 I am trying Navit for the first time and followed these instructions:
 
 http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/QtMoko#Navit_Installation
 
 Works fine, but after the suggested reboot, I just see
 Enter PIN the press Unlock (no numbers field as usual).
 The screen and the buttons do not react in any way.
 
 What to do now?

IIUC qtmoko is based on Debian. Why not install Navit from the
appropriate Debian repository?

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Re: Navit - unusable?

2009-11-29 Thread Marc Bantle
Hi Jens,

Jens Seidel schrieb:
 Hi,

 I always wondered how people use navit. I started it already a few times but
 find it (in contrast to tangogps) completely unusable.

 Once I start it I just get an empty background. Shouldn't it display a map?
 I read http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Navit and tried the described Easy
 Way but do not find the dialog to download maps. I haven't tried the
 command line solution yet as I believe a graphical application should not
 depend on it.

 How to add a destination? I select as Country Germany, and my City followed
 by Street and Number. And now? Any click on Map, Bookmark and Destination
 does nothing. I assume I have to be online for this step, this is fulfilled.

 I use version 1:0.1.0+svnr2735-r0.4 from the default feed.
It took we quite some time to make navit work for me
as well. Meanwhile I use it as gps-aware map and for
bike navigation.

There's several aspects that need to be setup:

- Supplying the map data as already pointed out by others.
I use europe.navit.bin.
- Setup you locale as described in [1]
- Tweak the layouts, to show the details you like to see.
I had to enable living streets for cars and paths for
bike for navit to find the routes as expected.
- Onscreen Display (I still need to tweak that)
- Audio guidance (I haven't set that up so far)
- Valid network connection to your freerunner to
use it as gps device for your desktop, if desired.

It helped me a lot to split up configuration files
into one file per vehicleprofile and layout and include
those into the main navit.xml. That way you easily
compare different vehicleprofiles and layouts.

The binary data supplied by cloudmade contains most of the
OSM information, you just need to make navit display it in
a reasonable manner concerning design and cpu usage.
There are some problems with finding cities as Martin
pointed out. Most bigger places seem to work though.

You can have a look at my configuration at [2]. Note that
it's far from perfect but might help as a starting point.

Cheers,
Marc

[1] http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Navit#Preselect_Country_of_Destination
[2] http://www.gut-informierte-kreise.de/navit.xml.tar.gz




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Re: Navit - unusable?

2009-11-29 Thread Martin Jansa
On Sun, Nov 29, 2009 at 02:14:35PM +0100, Marc Bantle wrote:
 Hi Jens,
 
 Jens Seidel schrieb:
  Hi,
 
  I always wondered how people use navit. I started it already a few times but
  find it (in contrast to tangogps) completely unusable.
 
  Once I start it I just get an empty background. Shouldn't it display a map?
  I read http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Navit and tried the described Easy
  Way but do not find the dialog to download maps. I haven't tried the
  command line solution yet as I believe a graphical application should not
  depend on it.
 
  How to add a destination? I select as Country Germany, and my City followed
  by Street and Number. And now? Any click on Map, Bookmark and Destination
  does nothing. I assume I have to be online for this step, this is fulfilled.
 
  I use version 1:0.1.0+svnr2735-r0.4 from the default feed.
 It took we quite some time to make navit work for me
 as well. Meanwhile I use it as gps-aware map and for
 bike navigation.
 
 There's several aspects that need to be setup:
 
 - Supplying the map data as already pointed out by others.
 I use europe.navit.bin.
 - Setup you locale as described in [1]
 - Tweak the layouts, to show the details you like to see.
 I had to enable living streets for cars and paths for
 bike for navit to find the routes as expected.
 - Onscreen Display (I still need to tweak that)
 - Audio guidance (I haven't set that up so far)
 - Valid network connection to your freerunner to
 use it as gps device for your desktop, if desired.
 
 It helped me a lot to split up configuration files
 into one file per vehicleprofile and layout and include
 those into the main navit.xml. That way you easily
 compare different vehicleprofiles and layouts.
 
 The binary data supplied by cloudmade contains most of the
 OSM information, you just need to make navit display it in
 a reasonable manner concerning design and cpu usage.
 There are some problems with finding cities as Martin
 pointed out. Most bigger places seem to work though.
 
 You can have a look at my configuration at [2]. Note that
 it's far from perfect but might help as a starting point.
 
 Cheers,

I pushed some changes to SHR repo few hours ago.

We have better default config now and its splitted to 4 easier managable
config files in /usr/share/navit.

More tweaks will follow.

But check new configs with next navit update (not sure when buildhost
will build feed, because there is rebuild from scratch going..)

Cheers,

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Re: Navit - unusable?

2009-11-29 Thread Marc Bantle
Hi Jens,

Jens Seidel schrieb:
 How to add a destination? I select as Country Germany, and my City followed
 by Street and Number. And now? Any click on Map, Bookmark and Destination
 does nothing. I assume I have to be online for this step, this is fulfilled.
   
With valid gps-signal that position is your current postion.

Without gps input you can set postions by clicking on
the map, which will open the home screen. There select
actions--globe symbol, which stands for the position
you clicked on, and then choose whether you want it as
current or destination position. Equally you can define
a bookmark.

Hope that helps,
Marc





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Re: Navit - unusable?

2009-11-28 Thread Ed Kapitein
Jens Seidel wrote:
 Hi,

 I always wondered how people use navit. I started it already a few times but
 find it (in contrast to tangogps) completely unusable.

 Once I start it I just get an empty background. Shouldn't it display a map?
 I read http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Navit and tried the described Easy
 Way but do not find the dialog to download maps. I haven't tried the
 command line solution yet as I believe a graphical application should not
 depend on it.

 How to add a destination? I select as Country Germany, and my City followed
 by Street and Number. And now? Any click on Map, Bookmark and Destination
 does nothing. I assume I have to be online for this step, this is fulfilled.

 I use version 1:0.1.0+svnr2735-r0.4 from the default feed.

 Jens

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Hi Jens,

I find navit very useful, both on a eee pc and on the freerunner.
Please take a look at the wiki.navit-project.org page for instructions
on setting up maps.
You need to edit your navit.xml file to use the maps of your area.

Kind regards,
Ed


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Re: Navit - unusable?

2009-11-28 Thread Martin Jansa
On Sun, Nov 29, 2009 at 01:43:59AM +0100, Jens Seidel wrote:
 Hi,

Hi,

 How to add a destination? I select as Country Germany, and my City followed
 by Street and Number. And now? Any click on Map, Bookmark and Destination
 does nothing. I assume I have to be online for this step, this is fulfilled.

You don't have to be online, but you need right source for binary maps.
Last time I checked maps downloaded from
http://downloads.cloudmade.com/
I wasn't able to find town/street etc., I was told that cloudmade is
using older version of osm2navit and that maps from
http://maps.navit-project.org/download/
should have search working and really search works for me...

Not sure if its still the case.. Last time I checked was about half year
ago.

Cheers,

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Re: Navit - german localization causes rounding of GPS-position

2009-11-01 Thread Fox Mulder
David Garabana Barro wrote:
 O Sábado, 31 de Outubro de 2009, Christian Rüb escribiu:
 Hi,

 I had the same problem. Also bookmarks will be saved using comma instead of
  dot a separator (locale settings). As a workaround I unset LC_ALL before
  starting navit (i.e. Exec=unset LC_ALL; navit in
  /usr/share/applications/navit.desktop). That way your LANG variable keeps
  set to de_DE.UTF-8, but locale settings are not in German...

 I posted this in navit ML back in July - but no response if this is
  intended or a bug :(
 
 At least is't sure it's a known bug/feature:
 
 http://wiki.navit-
 project.org/index.php/FAQ#My_position_is_reported_incorrectly

I also use LANG=de_DE.UTF-8 and got the wrong position in navit but i
haven't set LC_ALL. So what settings/vars should i change to get navit
working in german and with correct position? :)

Ciao,
 Rainer

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Re: Navit - german localization causes rounding of GPS-position

2009-11-01 Thread arne anka
 I also use LANG=de_DE.UTF-8 and got the wrong position in navit but i
 haven't set LC_ALL. So what settings/vars should i change to get navit
 working in german and with correct position? :)

what does
locale
return?

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Re: Navit - german localization causes rounding of GPS-position

2009-11-01 Thread Fox Mulder
arne anka wrote:
 I also use LANG=de_DE.UTF-8 and got the wrong position in navit but i
 haven't set LC_ALL. So what settings/vars should i change to get navit
 working in german and with correct position? :)
 
 what does
 locale
 return?

It returns:
LANG=de_DE.UTF-8
LC_CTYPE=de_DE.UTF-8
LC_NUMERIC=de_DE.UTF-8
LC_TIME=de_DE.UTF-8
LC_COLLATE=de_DE.UTF-8
LC_MONETARY=de_DE.UTF-8
LC_MESSAGES=de_DE.UTF-8
LC_PAPER=de_DE.UTF-8
LC_NAME=de_DE.UTF-8
LC_ADDRESS=de_DE.UTF-8
LC_TELEPHONE=de_DE.UTF-8
LC_MEASUREMENT=de_DE.UTF-8
LC_IDENTIFICATION=de_DE.UTF-8
LC_ALL=

As i understand the problem it is that the seperator for numbers is
changed between . and , so maybe LC_NUMERIC or some other var also could
be problematic?

Ciao,
 Rainer

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Re: Navit - german localization causes rounding of GPS-position

2009-11-01 Thread arne anka
 It returns:
 LANG=de_DE.UTF-8
 LC_CTYPE=de_DE.UTF-8
 LC_NUMERIC=de_DE.UTF-8
 LC_TIME=de_DE.UTF-8
 LC_COLLATE=de_DE.UTF-8
 LC_MONETARY=de_DE.UTF-8
 LC_MESSAGES=de_DE.UTF-8
 LC_PAPER=de_DE.UTF-8
 LC_NAME=de_DE.UTF-8
 LC_ADDRESS=de_DE.UTF-8
 LC_TELEPHONE=de_DE.UTF-8
 LC_MEASUREMENT=de_DE.UTF-8
 LC_IDENTIFICATION=de_DE.UTF-8
 LC_ALL=

 As i understand the problem it is that the seperator for numbers is
 changed between . and , so maybe LC_NUMERIC or some other var also could
 be problematic?

i also have a dim recollection of that kind.
i use
LANG=en_DK.UTF-8
in /etc/default/locale and have no issues whatsoever (though no german  
interface -- which i don't want either).
navit is started by script with LANG=C to avoid that annoying lock-in to  
the locales country, i never really understood what caused that design  
decision anyway (what is f'rinst a french in russia supposed to do? have  
russian as locale, being unable to read anything or having french and  
being unable to search a place in russia).

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Re: Navit - german localization causes rounding of GPS-position

2009-11-01 Thread Matthias Huber

01.11.2009 14:10,   Fox Mulder :

David Garabana Barro wrote:
  

O Sábado, 31 de Outubro de 2009, Christian Rüb escribiu:


Hi,

I had the same problem. Also bookmarks will be saved using comma instead of
 dot a separator (locale settings). As a workaround I unset LC_ALL before
 starting navit (i.e. Exec=unset LC_ALL; navit in
 /usr/share/applications/navit.desktop). That way your LANG variable keeps
 set to de_DE.UTF-8, but locale settings are not in German...

I posted this in navit ML back in July - but no response if this is
 intended or a bug :(
  

At least is't sure it's a known bug/feature:

http://wiki.navit-
project.org/index.php/FAQ#My_position_is_reported_incorrectly



I also use LANG=de_DE.UTF-8 and got the wrong position in navit but i
haven't set LC_ALL. So what settings/vars should i change to get navit
working in german and with correct position? :)

  

export LC_NUMERIC=posix
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Re: Navit - german localization causes rounding of GPS-position

2009-10-31 Thread Christian Rüb
Hi,

I had the same problem. Also bookmarks will be saved using comma instead of dot 
a separator (locale settings).
As a workaround I unset LC_ALL before starting navit (i.e. Exec=unset LC_ALL; 
navit in /usr/share/applications/navit.desktop).
That way your LANG variable keeps set to de_DE.UTF-8, but locale settings are 
not in German...

I posted this in navit ML back in July - but no response if this is intended or 
a bug :(

Cheers,
 Christian

Am Samstag, 31. Oktober 2009 schrieb Mirothanus:
 
 Hi everybody,
 
 I have successfully localized my Navit to speak German I thought.
 
 Using SHR on my FR, I have installed every necessary localization packages
 (i.e. navit-locale-de and locale-base-de-de) and all speed-dispatcher
 packages. To start Navit I use the navit.sh - script from the wiki.
 
 If I use Navit in English (i.e. the main language of SHR is set to EN) or
 don't use the script, everything works smoothly, the GUI is in English, my
 GPS-position is found and the speech-dispatcher leads me in English to my
 destination.
 
 But if I set the SHR-Language to DE-de and use the script to start the
 localized Navit, something goes terribly wrong. The GUI is in German,
 alright. Spd-say seems to speak German, alright. But one thing is wrong: my
 GPS-Position!
 
 At the moment I'm at 50°5924 N 09°0104 E. But Navit thinks I am at
 50°5959 N 8°5959 E. That's far-off my position! TangoGPS and other
 GPS-apps report my correct position. If I change the street, for example,
 nothing changes in Navit.
 
 I guess that in the course of localization, the floating-point-number of my
 position is mangled and thus reported incorrectly to Navit.
 
 How can I solve this problem?
 
 Yours sincerely,
 Christoph
 


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Re: Navit - german localization causes rounding of GPS-position

2009-10-31 Thread David Garabana Barro
O Sábado, 31 de Outubro de 2009, Christian Rüb escribiu:
 Hi,
 
 I had the same problem. Also bookmarks will be saved using comma instead of
  dot a separator (locale settings). As a workaround I unset LC_ALL before
  starting navit (i.e. Exec=unset LC_ALL; navit in
  /usr/share/applications/navit.desktop). That way your LANG variable keeps
  set to de_DE.UTF-8, but locale settings are not in German...
 
 I posted this in navit ML back in July - but no response if this is
  intended or a bug :(

At least is't sure it's a known bug/feature:

http://wiki.navit-
project.org/index.php/FAQ#My_position_is_reported_incorrectly

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Re: navit: how to set country and use route planning?

2009-08-09 Thread arne anka
well, replying to myself ...
by accident i found an trac entry, mentioning, navit would read LC_LANG --  
it doesn't.

instead it reads LANG.
not a good idea ...
i certainly prefer to make that kind of decisions myslef instead of using  
that kind of fallible automatisms.

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Re: navit: how to set country and use route planning?

2009-08-09 Thread rakshat hooja
On Sun, Aug 9, 2009 at 2:46 PM, arne anka openm...@ginguppin.de wrote:

 a long time ago i was one time able to do some kind of route planning.
 then, there was a way to select the country i am in.

 but ever since then, this selection is not available anymore, navit
 plainly assumes i am in denmark and there's no way, to tell it off.
 since i use en_DK as locale, navit apparently blindly believes the locale
 should be trusted (what with those having C or en_US? does navit presume
 they are in the us?).


Not too sure if this helps you but you may wish to look at the info at

http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/SHR_User_Manual#Install_Maps


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Re: navit: how to set country and use route planning?

2009-08-09 Thread arne anka
 Not too sure if this helps you but you may wish to look at the info at

nope. nothing to do with it.

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Re: navit: how to set country and use route planning?

2009-08-09 Thread Ed Kapitein
arne anka wrote:
 a long time ago i was one time able to do some kind of route planning.
 then, there was a way to select the country i am in.

 but ever since then, this selection is not available anymore, navit  
 plainly assumes i am in denmark and there's no way, to tell it off.
 since i use en_DK as locale, navit apparently blindly believes the locale  
 should be trusted (what with those having C or en_US? does navit presume  
 they are in the us?).

 gui is internal, map is a cloudscape bin file for europe, and local, as  
 said, en_DK.

 btw: is there a way to set the _start_ point? it seems kind of an  
 exaggeration, that my current position must necessarily be my starting  
 point, even more so, when no gps signal is available atm and thus no  
 current position is available.
 as far as i can see, the navit wiki does not cover any of these issues.

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Hi Arne,

If you remove ~/.navit/center.txt the  navit center= tag from
~/.navit/navit.xml is used.
You can also touch the screen and in settings, set that point as your
current position.
Great for route planning at your desktop, without the need for a gps
with a fix !

You can start navit with a different locale, just type LANG=C navit
 but then the gui is also in that locale.
Also in the destination dialog, you can set the country. I am not using
the internal gui, but i remeber there is an option for it.

Please feel free to enhance the wiki, so it will help more people with
the same questions.

Kind regards,
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Re: navit: how to set country and use route planning?

2009-08-09 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2009/8/9 arne anka openm...@ginguppin.de:
 a long time ago i was one time able to do some kind of route planning.
 then, there was a way to select the country i am in.

With the internal GUI, you can change the country, but you'd better
make sure that icon_xs is set to 32 otherwise you won't be able to see
the icon.

Regards

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Re: Navit internal GUI

2009-06-14 Thread Christian Rüb
 I have used navit for a while now and today I have updated to  
 svn-2314. It gets better and better, but I still have my problems with
 some parts of the internal GUI.
 
 When adding more bookmarks than the screen can display I have no  
 option to scroll in the bookmark list. So more than a hand full
 of bookmarks are unusable. (If I am not missing any way to lookup the  
 bookmarks)
 
 When displaying the route description a next and prev button is shown  
 and this could be used for all list data.
 
 Thinking about bookmarks, why not adding a feature to the address book  
 to start navit with the contact as destination?
 (Or correlate the data anyhow)

Good point, if PIM could hold a value for coordinates it should not be too hard 
to implement this in any address book app.
It's 2 dbus calls to get the navit instance and another to set destination [1]

I did this with dbus-send after activating dbus interface of navit in navit.xml 
(centering works the same way as setting destination...):
dbus-send  --print-reply --session --dest=org.navit_project.navit 
/org/navit_project/navit org.navit_project.navit.iter
dbus-send  --print-reply --session --dest=org.navit_project.navit 
/org/navit_project/navit org.navit_project.navit.get_navit 
objpath:/org/navit_project/navit/main_iter/0
dbus-send  --print-reply --session --dest=org.navit_project.navit 
/org/navit_project/navit/navit/0 org.navit_project.navit.navit.set_center 
string:geo:13.35 52.5

http://wiki.navit-project.org/index.php/Dbus

Cheers,
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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 rhyme...) here. Is that a bug? Or 
 am I missing something? *g*
 
 --
 Marcel

Navit refines the result list when you add letters.
At the end you just have to pick the right item in the (small) list.

If you see nothing in town list after writing 'A' (for example), it 
could mean :
- you use a piece of openstreetmap with tags navit cannot understand
- no city with a name beginning by 'A' in the selected country (lol)

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Re: Navit skins...

2009-04-29 Thread Marco Trevisan (Treviño)
Yorick Moko wrote:
 your skin looks great,
 but it doesn't look all that good in landscape mode
 (needed to see all the letters of the navit keyboard)
 using the illume keyboard is a workaround though...

Sorry, I don't understand. Are you using the internal interface?
I'm not BTW.

However I've designed that skin by only using the moko in portrait
mode since my car-phone-holder can be used only in a such way :P

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Re: Navit skins...

2009-04-28 Thread Yorick Moko
your skin looks great,
but it doesn't look all that good in landscape mode
(needed to see all the letters of the navit keyboard)
using the illume keyboard is a workaround though...

On Mon, Apr 27, 2009 at 1:48 AM, Marco Trevisan (Treviño)
m...@3v1n0.net wrote:
 Marco Trevisan (Treviño) wrote:
 D. Gassen wrote:
 Am 06.04.2009 um 02:49 schrieb Marco Trevisan (Treviño):

 Hello, some days ago I saw this nice skin for Navit [1] on scap.
 Please, could the author share it? :P

 Anyway, how can these skins be written?
 Maybe you want to check out [1], [2] and [3].

 Thanks after few searches I found that too :P

 I've finally modified the OSD skin to improve the usability (from my
 point of view). You can find it here [4].

 And... How can be enabled the 3d-view? Should I change something in my
 navit.xml to get it working with latest svn version?
 On [1] they mention a cegui (not supported anymore) that can be
 started in 3D mode by specifying:

 Well, it should work also in the gtk view using a svn version of navit
 (check also its wiki homepage), but it doesn't to me. :(

 I've just found that to use the 3d-mode with the gtk interface I have to
 set manually the pitch by using the w and x key of the keyboard
 (rotation with a and d).

 Maybe should be added a pre-set 3d view in the Display menu too.

 [4]
 http://wiki.navit-project.org/index.php/OSD#Freerunner_version_by_Trevi.C3.B1o

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Re: Navit skins...

2009-04-27 Thread KaZeR



Marco Trevisan (Treviño) wrote:
 
 I've finally modified the OSD skin to improve the usability (from my
 point of view). You can find it here [4].
 

Nice job!
I only see a little glitch : on the upper right corner, your GPS signal
'widget' is on top of your current road name 'widget', hence the darker
area. The trick to avoid this (and to avoid long names being displayed under
the GPS signal level widget when you are on a road with a long name) would
be to reduce the width of your current road name widget.

Other than that, very good layout.

If someone is interested, it could also be useful to post landscape layouts
maybe?


Marco Trevisan (Treviño) wrote:
 
 Maybe should be added a pre-set 3d view in the Display menu too.
 
 [4]
 http://wiki.navit-project.org/index.php/OSD#Freerunner_version_by_Trevi.C3.B1o
 

Actually, you can enable/disable it from the Settings/Display. It's
called... 3D :)
(notice that there is a little bug atm : when you touch/click the 3D button,
the button background will blink to grey to show the click was taken into
account, but the button label won't change to 2D. If you go back to the map,
3D mode will be enabled (it may take 1 or 2 more seconds to draw the fist
time in 3D), or if you go back to settings, then display, you will see that
the button label would have changed to 2D now. Should be fixed Really Soon
Now.
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Re: Navit skins...

2009-04-27 Thread KaZeR

BTW : you can have a huge speedup in menus (from 1 or 2s to almost nothing)
by using PNG files instead of SVG.

I've posted the tip on the French forum, but forgot to paste it here, until
it is integrated in navit's SVN.

I've made a tarball with the necessary files here :
http://www.kazer.org/navit/freerunner_navit_icons.tar

Simply untar in in /usr/share/navit/xpm and your menus should be way more
reactives.

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Re: Navit skins...

2009-04-27 Thread Risto H. Kurppa
Please people add all these hacks to one single package easily
available so everyone don't have to go  find a navit skin, images,
config file etc for freerunner but just download  install (or untar)
a single package..

Thanks!

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Re: Navit skins...

2009-04-27 Thread Marco Trevisan (Treviño)
Marco Trevisan (Treviño) wrote:
 And... How can be enabled the 3d-view? Should I change something in my
 navit.xml to get it working with latest svn version?
 On [1] they mention a cegui (not supported anymore) that can be  
 started in 3D mode by specifying:
 Well, it should work also in the gtk view using a svn version of navit
 (check also its wiki homepage), but it doesn't to me. :(
 
 I've just found that to use the 3d-mode with the gtk interface I have to
 set manually the pitch by using the w and x key of the keyboard
 (rotation with a and d).
 
 Maybe should be added a pre-set 3d view in the Display menu too.

Ah, and I've written in the Configuration Navit wiki, it can be pre-set
for any interface by setting the pitch=xx argument in the navit tag
of the navit.xml file.

(i.e. navit center=xxx . pitch=15  )

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Re: Navit skins...

2009-04-26 Thread Marco Trevisan (Treviño)
Marco Trevisan (Treviño) wrote:
 D. Gassen wrote:
 Am 06.04.2009 um 02:49 schrieb Marco Trevisan (Treviño):

 Hello, some days ago I saw this nice skin for Navit [1] on scap.
 Please, could the author share it? :P

 Anyway, how can these skins be written?
 Maybe you want to check out [1], [2] and [3].
 
 Thanks after few searches I found that too :P

I've finally modified the OSD skin to improve the usability (from my
point of view). You can find it here [4].

 And... How can be enabled the 3d-view? Should I change something in my
 navit.xml to get it working with latest svn version?
 On [1] they mention a cegui (not supported anymore) that can be  
 started in 3D mode by specifying:
 
 Well, it should work also in the gtk view using a svn version of navit
 (check also its wiki homepage), but it doesn't to me. :(

I've just found that to use the 3d-mode with the gtk interface I have to
set manually the pitch by using the w and x key of the keyboard
(rotation with a and d).

Maybe should be added a pre-set 3d view in the Display menu too.

[4]
http://wiki.navit-project.org/index.php/OSD#Freerunner_version_by_Trevi.C3.B1o

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Re: Navit is not finding current position

2009-04-11 Thread Tilman Baumann

On 07.04.2009, at 09:23, Francesco de Virgilio wrote:

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 Christ van Willegen ha scritto:
 On Mon, Mar 9, 2009 at 6:55 PM, Christ van Willegen
 cvwille...@gmail.com wrote:
 Any hint on this?
 What am I doing wrong?
 If you run Navit from the terminal, it may tell you...

 In my case, it seems that the libgps installed on my system is too  
 new.

 I haven't figured out how to solve this yet, but I'll let you know  
 if
 I find out.

 I got Navit to work doing the following
 - Drop to a shell prompt on the FreeRunner (or use ssh to connect)
 - cd /usr/lib
 - ln -s libgps.so.17 libgps.so.16

 This makes Navit think that libgps.so.16 is installed.

 Note: This may work for Navit for now, but may break other programs.

Pardon!? Yes it is hackish and ugly and potentially not stable.
But there is just no way how it could break other apps that are  
correctly linked. And wrongly linked apps might work which they did  
not before.



 If someone has used this solution, could confirm me that TangoGPS
 continued to work? I'm trying this in my SHR-testing, but I don't want
 any breakage.

Com on. People who don't understad what this command does should not  
use a developer phone or should not tinker with it.



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Re: Navit is not finding current position

2009-04-11 Thread Ali
On Sat, 2009-04-11 at 21:27 +0100, Tilman Baumann wrote:

 Com on. People who don't understad what this command does should not  
 use a developer phone or should not tinker with it.
 
I could argue otherwise. They can always learn what the commands do as
they start to need them. Maybe their point in grabbing this phone was so
they could learn linux commands (a natural consequence of tinkering) or
maybe they really like the idea of having source. Everyone has to start
somewhere, and I think it's good that he's willing to learn. Using this
phone is like linux about 10 years ago. Lots of shit doesn't work great
out of the box but improvements happen so fast one always wants to stay
close to bleeding edge everything. Tinkering is how one learns and what
makes this phone fun (for me anyway). In fact, tinkering is what
separates most of us from our fellow proprietary software users. He may
not be a power user yet, but that comes in time. Only other thing I have
to say, don't be afraid to break anything software: a change can almost
always be undone or lead you to fix the problem, and worse case scenario
just re-flash the image. Except maybe those fluid commands for flashing
the modem firmware, be more careful with those. 


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Re: Navit is not finding current position

2009-04-07 Thread Francesco de Virgilio
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Christ van Willegen ha scritto:
 On Mon, Mar 9, 2009 at 6:55 PM, Christ van Willegen
 cvwille...@gmail.com wrote:
 Any hint on this?
 What am I doing wrong?
 If you run Navit from the terminal, it may tell you...

 In my case, it seems that the libgps installed on my system is too new.

 I haven't figured out how to solve this yet, but I'll let you know if
 I find out.
 
 I got Navit to work doing the following
 - Drop to a shell prompt on the FreeRunner (or use ssh to connect)
 - cd /usr/lib
 - ln -s libgps.so.17 libgps.so.16
 
 This makes Navit think that libgps.so.16 is installed.
 
 Note: This may work for Navit for now, but may break other programs.

If someone has used this solution, could confirm me that TangoGPS
continued to work? I'm trying this in my SHR-testing, but I don't want
any breakage.

And... in my /usr/lib directory I don't have any libgps... how could I
solve this?

 HTH!

Thanks anyway :)

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Re: Navit is not finding current position

2009-04-07 Thread Christ van Willegen
On Tue, Apr 7, 2009 at 11:48 AM, Christ van Willegen
cvwille...@gmail.com wrote:
 I am currently running tangoGPS to see what it does. There doesn't
 seem to be a problem running it, although I am inside and consequently
 don't have any satellite reception :-)

Here I am talking to mysef again :-)

In the mean time, my FR _did_ get enough satellite reception to get
tangoGPS to display the current location. So, that works...

HTH!

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Re: Navit is not finding current position

2009-04-07 Thread Christ van Willegen
On Tue, Apr 7, 2009 at 10:23 AM, Francesco de Virgilio
fradev...@gmail.com wrote:
 Christ van Willegen ha scritto:
 Note: This may work for Navit for now, but may break other programs.

 If someone has used this solution, could confirm me that TangoGPS
 continued to work? I'm trying this in my SHR-testing, but I don't want
 any breakage.

I am currently running tangoGPS to see what it does. There doesn't
seem to be a problem running it, although I am inside and consequently
don't have any satellite reception :-)

 And... in my /usr/lib directory I don't have any libgps... how could I
 solve this?

Try a 'find /* -name '*libgps*' -print' or something like that on your FR...

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Re: Navit is not finding current position

2009-04-07 Thread Francesco de Virgilio
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Christ van Willegen ha scritto:
 On Tue, Apr 7, 2009 at 11:48 AM, Christ van Willegen
 cvwille...@gmail.com wrote:
 I am currently running tangoGPS to see what it does. There doesn't
 seem to be a problem running it, although I am inside and consequently
 don't have any satellite reception :-)
 
 Here I am talking to mysef again :-)
 
 In the mean time, my FR _did_ get enough satellite reception to get
 tangoGPS to display the current location. So, that works...

I've done the ln, now I'll put FR near the windows hoping for a fix :D

I've solved the absence of libgps with a simple ipkg install libgps17
(opkg install libgps17 won't work...).

 HTH!

I've much appreciated your help :D Thanks again :)

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Re: Navit is not finding current position

2009-04-07 Thread Francesco de Virgilio
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Christ van Willegen ha scritto:
 On Tue, Apr 7, 2009 at 11:48 AM, Christ van Willegen
 cvwille...@gmail.com wrote:
 I am currently running tangoGPS to see what it does. There doesn't
 seem to be a problem running it, although I am inside and consequently
 don't have any satellite reception :-)
 
 Here I am talking to mysef again :-)
 
 In the mean time, my FR _did_ get enough satellite reception to get
 tangoGPS to display the current location. So, that works...
 
 HTH!
 
 Christ van Willegen

It works! With TangoGPS no problem ;)

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Re: Navit skins...

2009-04-06 Thread D. Gassen

Am 06.04.2009 um 02:49 schrieb Marco Trevisan (Treviño):

 Hello, some days ago I saw this nice skin for Navit [1] on scap.
 Please, could the author share it? :P

 Anyway, how can these skins be written?

Maybe you want to check out [1], [2] and [3].

I stumbled accross these pages by searching for Mineque on the  
documentation wiki (they had a screenshot of a skin called Mineque on  
their main page).

I was quite amazed about the possibilities of this software :-)

 And... How can be enabled the 3d-view? Should I change something in my
 navit.xml to get it working with latest svn version?

On [1] they mention a cegui (not supported anymore) that can be  
started in 3D mode by specifying:

 gui type=cegui tilt=400 view_mode=3D skin=Mineque /
I haven't tried if it works with any other GUI's but maybe it's worth  
giving it a try?

Dirk

[1] http://wiki.navit-project.org/index.php/Configuring_Navit
[2] http://wiki.navit-project.org/index.php/Skinning_the_SDL_GUI
[3] http://wiki.navit-project.org/index.php/OSD
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Re: Navit skins...

2009-04-06 Thread Marco Trevisan (Treviño)
D. Gassen wrote:
 Am 06.04.2009 um 02:49 schrieb Marco Trevisan (Treviño):
 
 Hello, some days ago I saw this nice skin for Navit [1] on scap.
 Please, could the author share it? :P

 Anyway, how can these skins be written?
 
 Maybe you want to check out [1], [2] and [3].

Thanks after few searches I found that too :P

 I stumbled accross these pages by searching for Mineque on the  
 documentation wiki (they had a screenshot of a skin called Mineque on  
 their main page).
 
 I was quite amazed about the possibilities of this software :-)

Me too ;)

 And... How can be enabled the 3d-view? Should I change something in my
 navit.xml to get it working with latest svn version?
 
 On [1] they mention a cegui (not supported anymore) that can be  
 started in 3D mode by specifying:

Well, it should work also in the gtk view using a svn version of navit
(check also its wiki homepage), but it doesn't to me. :(

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Re: Navit is not finding current position

2009-03-09 Thread Leonti Bielski
Any hint on this?
What am I doing wrong?

Leonit

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Re: Navit is not finding current position

2009-03-09 Thread Christ van Willegen
 Any hint on this?
 What am I doing wrong?

If you run Navit from the terminal, it may tell you...

In my case, it seems that the libgps installed on my system is too new.

I haven't figured out how to solve this yet, but I'll let you know if
I find out.

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Re: Navit is not finding current position

2009-03-09 Thread Christ van Willegen
On Mon, Mar 9, 2009 at 6:55 PM, Christ van Willegen
cvwille...@gmail.com wrote:
 Any hint on this?
 What am I doing wrong?

 If you run Navit from the terminal, it may tell you...

 In my case, it seems that the libgps installed on my system is too new.

 I haven't figured out how to solve this yet, but I'll let you know if
 I find out.

I got Navit to work doing the following
- Drop to a shell prompt on the FreeRunner (or use ssh to connect)
- cd /usr/lib
- ln -s libgps.so.17 libgps.so.16

This makes Navit think that libgps.so.16 is installed.

Note: This may work for Navit for now, but may break other programs.

HTH!

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Re: Navit is not finding current position

2009-03-09 Thread Leonti Bielski
Yeap, this helped.
Thanks for help!

Leonti

On Mon, Mar 9, 2009 at 9:08 PM, Christ van Willegen
cvwille...@gmail.com wrote:
 On Mon, Mar 9, 2009 at 6:55 PM, Christ van Willegen
 cvwille...@gmail.com wrote:
 Any hint on this?
 What am I doing wrong?

 If you run Navit from the terminal, it may tell you...

 In my case, it seems that the libgps installed on my system is too new.

 I haven't figured out how to solve this yet, but I'll let you know if
 I find out.

 I got Navit to work doing the following
 - Drop to a shell prompt on the FreeRunner (or use ssh to connect)
 - cd /usr/lib
 - ln -s libgps.so.17 libgps.so.16

 This makes Navit think that libgps.so.16 is installed.

 Note: This may work for Navit for now, but may break other programs.

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Re: Navit desktop symbol not visible in FSO ?

2009-01-04 Thread Jakob
On Sat, Jan 3, 2009 at 2:16 PM, lollisoft lothar.behr...@lollisoft.de wrote:

 Hi,

 the current navit release seems to have a new desktop symbol, but it didn't
 show up on FSO (Installed 'more Homework').

 The files are here /usr/share/icons/hicolor/22x22/apps/navit.png and
 /usr/share/icons/hicolor/128x128/apps/navit.png

 And the desktop file is here /usr/share/applications/navit.desktop

 What's wrong ?

 Thanks

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hi lothar,
you might want to read http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Customize_Application_Icons
Also i noticed that you may have to change the section Categories= in
the respective .desktop file, because some keywords like e.g. Utilitiy
let it appear on the desktop and some don't. Maybe someone else knows
more about this.
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Re: [navit] Sample map

2009-01-02 Thread Michael Shiloh
Jeffrey Ratcliffe wrote:
 Given the fact that space is short on mobile devices, might I suggest
 that the sample map not be included in the .opkg?

I beg to differ. Since Internet access is so iffy at the moment, having 
something to show right away is very important.

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Re: [navit] Sample map

2009-01-02 Thread Jeffrey Ratcliffe
2009/1/2 Michael Shiloh mich...@openmoko.org:
 I beg to differ. Since Internet access is so iffy at the moment, having
 something to show right away is very important.

Or at least put it in a separate package.

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Re: [navit] Sample map

2009-01-02 Thread Michael Shiloh
Jeffrey Ratcliffe wrote:
 2009/1/2 Michael Shiloh mich...@openmoko.org:
 I beg to differ. Since Internet access is so iffy at the moment, having
 something to show right away is very important.
 
 Or at least put it in a separate package.
 
yes, that would work. i would hope that whoever decides what goes into a 
distro (2008.12, FDOM, SHR, etc.), when Navit is included, so would the 
sample map.

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Re: [navit] Sample map

2009-01-02 Thread Francesco de Virgilio
I think that a separate package is a good thing, it saves space on the
device and not prevent anyone from installing it to have a map to show :)

Jeffrey Ratcliffe ha scritto:
 2009/1/2 Michael Shiloh mich...@openmoko.org:
 I beg to differ. Since Internet access is so iffy at the moment, having
 something to show right away is very important.
 
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Re: Navit speech dispatcher and ß

2009-01-01 Thread Fox Mulder
I wish a happy new year to everybody. :)

How do you use speech-dispatcher directly and not via command line?
I compiled navit with the speech options speech-dispatcher and
commandline but never found the real meaning of the first option.
At the moment i use the export var and spd-say in the cmd line.

Ciao,
 Rainer

carcinoma wrote:
 Hi,
 
 i had solved this, by usind the speech dispatcher directly (not via spd-say) 
 and does add export LANG=de_DE.UTF-8 to the speech-dispatcher
 start script to localize spd for germany. and in this mode
 the ß is no problem anymore. may be this would also work for the cmd line
 version. so, try it.
 
  Carci
 
 Am Mittwoch, 31. Dezember 2008 14:48:02 schrieb Benjamin Schmidt:
 Michael Tansella wrote:
 Hi,

 does anybody know how to configure speech dispatcher.
 I use it the following way:
 spd-say -l de '%s'

 The only problem I have is that it cannot say the german letter ß
 it always pronounces it EsZett instead of  s

 In Navit that's a big problem because the german word for street is
 Straße

 Any idea?

 Greets
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 maybe this works as a quick and dirty hack:
 (sed should be installed)


 echo '%s' | sed 's/ß/ss/' | spd-say -l de

 OR

 spd-say -l de '`echo '%s' | sed 's/ß/ss/'`'


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Re: Navit speech dispatcher and ß

2008-12-31 Thread Benjamin Schmidt
Michael Tansella wrote:
 Hi,
 
 does anybody know how to configure speech dispatcher.
 I use it the following way:
 spd-say -l de '%s'
 
 The only problem I have is that it cannot say the german letter ß
 it always pronounces it EsZett instead of  s
 
 In Navit that's a big problem because the german word for street is Straße
 
 Any idea?
 
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maybe this works as a quick and dirty hack:
(sed should be installed)


echo '%s' | sed 's/ß/ss/' | spd-say -l de

OR

spd-say -l de '`echo '%s' | sed 's/ß/ss/'`'


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Re: Navit speech dispatcher and ß

2008-12-31 Thread carcinoma
Hi,

i had solved this, by usind the speech dispatcher directly (not via spd-say) 
and does add export LANG=de_DE.UTF-8 to the speech-dispatcher
start script to localize spd for germany. and in this mode
the ß is no problem anymore. may be this would also work for the cmd line
version. so, try it.

 Carci

Am Mittwoch, 31. Dezember 2008 14:48:02 schrieb Benjamin Schmidt:
 Michael Tansella wrote:
  Hi,
 
  does anybody know how to configure speech dispatcher.
  I use it the following way:
  spd-say -l de '%s'
 
  The only problem I have is that it cannot say the german letter ß
  it always pronounces it EsZett instead of  s
 
  In Navit that's a big problem because the german word for street is
  Straße
 
  Any idea?
 
  Greets
  Michael
 
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 maybe this works as a quick and dirty hack:
 (sed should be installed)


 echo '%s' | sed 's/ß/ss/' | spd-say -l de

 OR

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Re: Navit language?

2008-12-29 Thread Michael Tansella
Am Sonntag, 28. Dezember 2008 01:12:48 schrieb Fox Mulder:
 export LANG=de_DE and spd-say -l de '%s' works for me to let navit
 speak german. Don't know anymore why it didn't work at that time.

Thanks,

I was missing the package
locale-base-de-de
which is not installed by default in FSO,
now it works pretty good.

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Re: Navit language?

2008-12-27 Thread Michael Tansella
I've got the same problem.
Does anybody have an answer?


Am Montag, 18. August 2008 13:38:15 schrieb Fox Mulder:
 Hi everybody,

 i want to change the default language in which navit speaks to german
 but i don't find the necessary config for this. I use rev 1255 with map
 move speed patch and everything (else) works fine. :)

 Now i tried a simple export LANG=de_DE and started navit but this
 seems to have no effect at all. I also installed the package
 navit-locale-de for this purpose.

 I see that in the source tree within the directory po all the language
 files exist. I also changed the navit.xml entry for the speech engine to
 spd-say -l de '%s' which pronounces the sentences the german way. But
 the sentence strings still comes in english to the speech engine.

 I tried to find the needed information in the navit wiki, but i only
 found the needed changes to the speech entry in the navit.xml. But this
 entry just changes the way the sentence is spoken, not the language
 navit reports the sentences. :(

 Can anybody say me where the option to change the language is?
 Or must it be compiled with the wanted language and it can't be changed
 afterwards?

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Re: Navit language?

2008-12-27 Thread Fox Mulder
export LANG=de_DE and spd-say -l de '%s' works for me to let navit
speak german. Don't know anymore why it didn't work at that time.
Just be sure to install a recent version because it works much better. :)

Ciao,
 Rainer

Michael Tansella wrote:
 I've got the same problem.
 Does anybody have an answer?
 
 
 Am Montag, 18. August 2008 13:38:15 schrieb Fox Mulder:
 Hi everybody,

 i want to change the default language in which navit speaks to german
 but i don't find the necessary config for this. I use rev 1255 with map
 move speed patch and everything (else) works fine. :)

 Now i tried a simple export LANG=de_DE and started navit but this
 seems to have no effect at all. I also installed the package
 navit-locale-de for this purpose.

 I see that in the source tree within the directory po all the language
 files exist. I also changed the navit.xml entry for the speech engine to
 spd-say -l de '%s' which pronounces the sentences the german way. But
 the sentence strings still comes in english to the speech engine.

 I tried to find the needed information in the navit wiki, but i only
 found the needed changes to the speech entry in the navit.xml. But this
 entry just changes the way the sentence is spoken, not the language
 navit reports the sentences. :(

 Can anybody say me where the option to change the language is?
 Or must it be compiled with the wanted language and it can't be changed
 afterwards?

 Ciao,
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RE: Navit add destination

2008-12-19 Thread KaZeR
 

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 Envoyé : jeudi 18 décembre 2008 20:58
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 Objet : Re: Navit add destination
 
 On Thu, 18 Dec 2008 19:13:07 +
 Samuel Pereira em...@samuelpereira.net (SP) wrote:
 
 Hi,
 
 Can you add any destination on navit?
 
 Thanks,
 Samuel
 
 
 With the new version: click anywhere you want to go to on the 
 map, this will bring up menu, choose Actions and then you 
 will see the coordinates of the selected point. Click on it 
 and choose from: Set as destination, Set as position, Add as 
 bookmark, POIs (you can also see the name of the street or of 
 the selected element). You want to choose Set as destination.
 


If you have searchable OSM maps, or MG maps, you can also :
- touch scren
- touch action
- touch town
Now you are able to search for a town.
You should have the country flag in the upper left corner. If you have a
cross (meaning your country isn't auto-detected) or if you have the wrong
country, touch the flag and you'll be able to search for a country.

Once you have a town, touching it will bring a submenu (destination, view on
map, search street).
If you touch the green tick on the upper right corner, it will bring you
directly to the street search.

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Re: Navit add destination

2008-12-19 Thread Nathan Kinkade
2008/12/19 KaZeR ka...@altern.org:
snip
 On Thu, 18 Dec 2008 19:13:07 +
 Samuel Pereira em...@samuelpereira.net (SP) wrote:

 Hi,
 
 Can you add any destination on navit?
 
 Thanks,
 Samuel


 With the new version: click anywhere you want to go to on the
 map, this will bring up menu, choose Actions and then you
 will see the coordinates of the selected point. Click on it
 and choose from: Set as destination, Set as position, Add as
 bookmark, POIs (you can also see the name of the street or of
 the selected element). You want to choose Set as destination.



 If you have searchable OSM maps, or MG maps, you can also :
 - touch scren
 - touch action
 - touch town
 Now you are able to search for a town.
 You should have the country flag in the upper left corner. If you have a
 cross (meaning your country isn't auto-detected) or if you have the wrong
 country, touch the flag and you'll be able to search for a country.

 Once you have a town, touching it will bring a submenu (destination, view on
 map, search street).
 If you touch the green tick on the upper right corner, it will bring you
 directly to the street search.

 Hope this helps!

Is navigation only available with the prebuilt OSM binary map data for
Navit?  I have one of the prebuilt planet.bin files and I can
successfully (well, somewhat) search for towns, etc.  However, I also
downloaded 2 other smaller binary maps files from
http://maps.navit-project.org/download/ and there seems to be no
searchable town data in those files, or at least Navit doesn't find
any when I try to search a town.  The only one it finds is some place
called Matei when I enter an M.

Sorry if this is somewhere on the Navit site, I ddin't see it.

Thanks,

Nathan

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RE: Navit add destination

2008-12-19 Thread KaZeR
 

 -Message d'origine-
 
 Is navigation only available with the prebuilt OSM binary map 
 data for Navit?  I have one of the prebuilt planet.bin files 
 and I can successfully (well, somewhat) search for towns, 
 etc.  However, I also downloaded 2 other smaller binary maps 
 files from http://maps.navit-project.org/download/ and there 
 seems to be no searchable town data in those files, or at 
 least Navit doesn't find any when I try to search a town.  
 The only one it finds is some place called Matei when I enter an M.
 
 Sorry if this is somewhere on the Navit site, I ddin't see it.
 

Don't worry, documentation needs a big cleanup and expand :)

In what countries are those maps?


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Re: Navit add destination

2008-12-19 Thread Nathan Kinkade
2008/12/19 KaZeR ka...@altern.org:
snip
 Is navigation only available with the prebuilt OSM binary map
 data for Navit?  I have one of the prebuilt planet.bin files
 and I can successfully (well, somewhat) search for towns,
 etc.  However, I also downloaded 2 other smaller binary maps
 files from http://maps.navit-project.org/download/ and there
 seems to be no searchable town data in those files, or at
 least Navit doesn't find any when I try to search a town.
 The only one it finds is some place called Matei when I enter an M.

 Sorry if this is somewhere on the Navit site, I ddin't see it.


 Don't worry, documentation needs a big cleanup and expand :)

 In what countries are those maps?

I have 3 binary-type map files.  The planet map files is from Sept.
28, 2008 (planet-080928.bin).  I downloaded it from
http://maps.navit-project.org/ a few months ago.  The other two maps I
downloaded just a few days ago using the Planet extract tool at
http://maps.navit-project.org/download/.   For one of them I made a
box around the entire United States, and for the other I made a box
around the entire state of Florida (U.S.).

The prebuilt planet file seems to have searchable city/street data,
but the two I downloaded via the Planet Extract tool don't seem to
have any searchable data.  There are two reasons that I really want to
reduce the size of the map files.  First, searching is somewhat slow
for the entire planet. :-)  Second, since the search results for the
data don't indicate state/district, I may get dozens of towns by the
same name and have no way of knowing which state it's in.  The view
on map option, besides being tedious, doesn't seem to work as I would
expect.  It shows the map for a few seconds then returns to the main
map and I have to start all over again, and the map it did show for a
few seconds was at a zoom-level at which I couldn't tell what I was
looking at.

Thanks!

Nathan

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Re: Navit add destination

2008-12-18 Thread Petr Vanek
On Thu, 18 Dec 2008 19:13:07 +
Samuel Pereira em...@samuelpereira.net (SP) wrote:

Hi,

Can you add any destination on navit?

Thanks,
Samuel


With the new version: click anywhere you want to go to on the map, this
will bring up menu, choose Actions and then you will see the
coordinates of the selected point. Click on it and choose from: Set as
destination, Set as position, Add as bookmark, POIs (you can also see
the name of the street or of the selected element). You want to choose
Set as destination.


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Re: Navit city search ?

2008-12-17 Thread Lothar Behrens

Yes,

I have found it too.

If someone has interest, I am currently create an XSLT template to  
extract the relevant data of villages / cities and streets with their  
lon / lat coordinates.


If I have it I try to setup a database to be a possible base for  
searching :-)


Lothar

Am 17.12.2008 um 17:51 schrieb Tilman Baumann:


Lothar Behrens wrote:

Hi,

has someone an example of searching a city and a street that works  
with

the germany map when it was downloaded from the quicklink
as of the page here
lists: http://wiki.navit-project.org/index.php/OpenStreetMaps ?


http://wiki.navit-project.org/index.php/OpenStreetMaps#Search_doesn.27t_work_in_most_countries
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Re: Navit city search ?

2008-12-17 Thread Tilman Baumann
Lothar Behrens wrote:
 Hi,
 
 has someone an example of searching a city and a street that works with 
 the germany map when it was downloaded from the quicklink
 as of the page here 
 lists: http://wiki.navit-project.org/index.php/OpenStreetMaps ?

http://wiki.navit-project.org/index.php/OpenStreetMaps#Search_doesn.27t_work_in_most_countries
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Re: Navit city search ?

2008-12-17 Thread Lothar Behrens

Hi,

I have got a basic database and was able to fill it with a map area of  
about 2.7 MB data.


But this is very less compared to germany with about 3.5 GB. So when  
trying to get the database
out of germany xsltproc gets killed due to memory problems. I  
currently only have 1 GB :-)


The processing should be tailored into smaller regions.

But about the data and the search:

I think I would do search that way:

1.) Find the villages and its lon / lat by a SQL query by given first  
characters entered (minimum = 3).
2.) Find all streetnames by given first characters entered (minimum =  
3).

3.) Display streets to villages sorted by distance

If the data is in the database, this should be very fast. Then, when  
the user selects a street, it's position

could be used to center the display to.

Is this practical ?

Lothar

Am 17.12.2008 um 19:53 schrieb Lothar Behrens:


Yes,

I have found it too.

If someone has interest, I am currently create an XSLT template to  
extract the relevant data of villages / cities and streets with  
their lon / lat coordinates.


If I have it I try to setup a database to be a possible base for  
searching :-)


Lothar

Am 17.12.2008 um 17:51 schrieb Tilman Baumann:


Lothar Behrens wrote:

Hi,

has someone an example of searching a city and a street that works  
with

the germany map when it was downloaded from the quicklink
as of the page here
lists: http://wiki.navit-project.org/index.php/OpenStreetMaps ?


http://wiki.navit-project.org/index.php/OpenStreetMaps#Search_doesn.27t_work_in_most_countries
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Re: Navit and espeak trouble

2008-12-17 Thread Fox Mulder
I also needed a bit time until i got it working together.

First problem was that speech-dispatcher doesn't start at boot because
it want to create /var/run/speech-dispatcher/speech-dispatcher.pid wich
doesn't work at boot-time. Don't know why, because it works after i
booted up. So i start speech-dispatcher in a script just before i start
navit and end it after i quit navit.

Then i tried text2speech with espeak and spd-say and spd-say works a
bit better for me. First i tried in the console if text2speech was
working. After successful tests i had to edit the speech line in
navit.xml to [1].

Last problem was that navit doesn't speak german. But i just had to set
the LANG variable before starting navit and adding the -l de parameter
to spd-say.

And now it works together without problems. Only the speech output
sometimes stutter a bit because it needs quite much cpu.


Ciao,
 Rainer

[1] speech type=cmdline data=spd-say -l de '%s' /

Dan Staley wrote:
 I'm also trying to set navit up in debian, however I am having trouble
 getting speech dispatcher to work as well as getting navit to talk to
 gpsd.  Did you do anything special to get those working?
 
 Thanks,
 -Dan Staley
 
 On Tue, 2008-12-16 at 19:27 -0500, Fox Mulder wrote:
 Christian Anke wrote:
 Am Dienstag 16 Dezember 2008 12:37:38 schrieb Lothar Behrens:
 Hi,

 I think I have figured out why navit sometimes seems to hang (except
 it calculates big routes).

 After killing my last navit session I have seen espeak still running,
 but it did not say anithing :-)

 Is this a known problem ?

 I am currently using ASU 2008/8 with a timestamp at 16, Nov 2008.
 Navit is the latest 0.1.0 release.

 Lothar

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 Lothar Behrens
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 73252 Lenningen
 Hi,

 do you use espeak with speech-dispatcher?

 and btw, did it speak german?
 I use it with speech-dispatcher and navit speaks german. You just have
 to set the language before starting navit (LANG variable).

 Ciao,
  Rainer

 PS: I only use it with debian.


 

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Re: Navit and espeak trouble

2008-12-16 Thread Christian Anke
Am Dienstag 16 Dezember 2008 12:37:38 schrieb Lothar Behrens:
 Hi,

 I think I have figured out why navit sometimes seems to hang (except
 it calculates big routes).

 After killing my last navit session I have seen espeak still running,
 but it did not say anithing :-)

 Is this a known problem ?

 I am currently using ASU 2008/8 with a timestamp at 16, Nov 2008.
 Navit is the latest 0.1.0 release.

 Lothar

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Hi,

do you use espeak with speech-dispatcher?

and btw, did it speak german?

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Re: Navit and espeak trouble

2008-12-16 Thread Fox Mulder
Christian Anke wrote:
 Am Dienstag 16 Dezember 2008 12:37:38 schrieb Lothar Behrens:
 Hi,

 I think I have figured out why navit sometimes seems to hang (except
 it calculates big routes).

 After killing my last navit session I have seen espeak still running,
 but it did not say anithing :-)

 Is this a known problem ?

 I am currently using ASU 2008/8 with a timestamp at 16, Nov 2008.
 Navit is the latest 0.1.0 release.

 Lothar

 -- | Rapid Prototyping | XSLT Codegeneration | http://www.lollisoft.de
 Lothar Behrens
 Heinrich-Scheufelen-Platz 2
 73252 Lenningen
 Hi,
 
 do you use espeak with speech-dispatcher?
 
 and btw, did it speak german?

I use it with speech-dispatcher and navit speaks german. You just have
to set the language before starting navit (LANG variable).

Ciao,
 Rainer

PS: I only use it with debian.

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Re: Navit and espeak trouble

2008-12-16 Thread Dan Staley
I'm also trying to set navit up in debian, however I am having trouble
getting speech dispatcher to work as well as getting navit to talk to
gpsd.  Did you do anything special to get those working?

Thanks,
-Dan Staley

On Tue, 2008-12-16 at 19:27 -0500, Fox Mulder wrote:
 Christian Anke wrote:
  Am Dienstag 16 Dezember 2008 12:37:38 schrieb Lothar Behrens:
  Hi,
 
  I think I have figured out why navit sometimes seems to hang (except
  it calculates big routes).
 
  After killing my last navit session I have seen espeak still running,
  but it did not say anithing :-)
 
  Is this a known problem ?
 
  I am currently using ASU 2008/8 with a timestamp at 16, Nov 2008.
  Navit is the latest 0.1.0 release.
 
  Lothar
 
  -- | Rapid Prototyping | XSLT Codegeneration | http://www.lollisoft.de
  Lothar Behrens
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  73252 Lenningen
  Hi,
  
  do you use espeak with speech-dispatcher?
  
  and btw, did it speak german?
 
 I use it with speech-dispatcher and navit speaks german. You just have
 to set the language before starting navit (LANG variable).
 
 Ciao,
  Rainer
 
 PS: I only use it with debian.
 
 


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Re: Navit actions menu layout ?

2008-12-15 Thread arne anka
 Are you trying to compute a long trip?

no, just looking what navit is able to.
i take it the starting point is my current location? then it would have  
been about 7 kilometers -- how long is that supposed to take?

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