Re: Battery recovery issues

2009-04-29 Thread Philipp Kocher
Emiliano Pastorino wrote: Hello everyone, I'm trying to recover a battery than seems to be broken. This is what I've done so far: - I've plugged the battery on an unsecured XO. - When I run watch-battery from the ok prompt, I get a No battery message. - I tried see-bstate and I get

Re: Battery recovery issues

2009-04-29 Thread Richard A. Smith
Emiliano Pastorino wrote: Put batman.fth in /home/olpc and try fload nand:\home\olpc\batman.fth. OK. That worked (I think), but now I'm getting this when I execute fload: sd.ddd isn't unique sd.dd isn't unique ec-rambase isn't unique ec-ram@ isn't unique logstr isn't unique

Re: Battery recovery issues

2009-04-29 Thread Emiliano Pastorino
Are you using the latest batman.fth? I pulled a lot of batman functionality into the firmware and had to modify batman.fth to avoid the errors above. I'm using 0.3.6. Originally, I only pulled in some key diagnostics but then in later firmwares I needed the formatting functions too so

Re: Battery recovery issues

2009-04-29 Thread Richard A. Smith
Emiliano Pastorino wrote: Are you using the latest batman.fth? I pulled a lot of batman functionality into the firmware and had to modify batman.fth to avoid the errors above. I'm using 0.3.6. Sorry. I didn't have the latest up on the site. Grab a fresh copy. Is there

application for project hosting: PhoneticExplorer

2009-04-29 Thread Lars Huttar
Hopefully this is not a repost. I initially sent this to sysad...@laptop.org and to this list, as instructed by http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Project_hosting However that was right after subscribing to this list, and it was not yet clear whether I needed to confirm my subscription before I could

Re: application for project hosting: PhoneticExplorer

2009-04-29 Thread Walter Bender
You can host your project at http://git.sugarlabs.org/ without any intervention on our part. Looking forward to seeing your project. -walter On Wed, Apr 29, 2009 at 6:34 PM, Lars Huttar lars_hut...@sil.org wrote: Hopefully this is not a repost. I initially sent this to sysad...@laptop.org and

application for project hosting: PhoneticExplorer

2009-04-29 Thread Lars Huttar
1. Project name :PhoneticExplorer 2. Existing website, if any :http://wiki.laptop.org/go/PhoneticExplorer 3. One-line description :Explore the sounds of the world's languages. 4. Longer description :A phonetics toy, allowing children basic exposure to sounds of the world's

Re: application for project hosting: PhoneticExplorer

2009-04-29 Thread Stefan Unterhauser
Hi Lars, since you are developing a sugar activity it is wise to host your project on sugarlabs.org infrastructure cu dogi On Wed, Apr 29, 2009 at 6:53 PM, Walter Bender walter.ben...@gmail.com wrote: You can host your project at http://git.sugarlabs.org/ without any intervention on our part.

Re: application for project hosting: PhoneticExplorer

2009-04-29 Thread James Cameron
On Wed, Apr 29, 2009 at 05:34:37PM -0500, Lars Huttar wrote: So now my message is in the moderator queue, but rather than wait for moderator approval I thought I'd go ahead and resend the message to the list now that I am a confirmed subscriber. That's fine. We can wear the duplicates. --

plz test Build 802 + Firmware Q2E41 = Candidate Release 8.2.1

2009-04-29 Thread Holt
The build is now signed so you don't even need a developer key: http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Friends_in_testing Helping us test WPA (WPA2 especially) would be most useful, since these wifi connections sometimes fail as much as 20% of the time, when Release 8.2.0 seemed to fail only ~10% of the

Re: [laptop.org #39401] application for project hosting: PhoneticExplorer

2009-04-29 Thread Lars Huttar
On 4/29/2009 6:13 PM, sysad...@laptop.org wrote: sorry but like i already answer on devel, you should host your project on sugarlabs infrastructure cu dogi OK. Can somebody please change the obsolete, misleading text at http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Project_hosting If you're looking to

Re: [laptop.org #39401] application for project hosting: PhoneticExplorer

2009-04-29 Thread Walter Bender
On Wed, Apr 29, 2009 at 9:56 PM, Lars Huttar lars_hut...@sil.org wrote: On 4/29/2009 6:13 PM, sysad...@laptop.org wrote: sorry but like i already answer on devel, you should host your project on sugarlabs infrastructure cu dogi OK. Can somebody please change the obsolete, misleading text

Re: plz test Build 802 + Firmware Q2E41 = Candidate Release 8.2.1

2009-04-29 Thread NoiseEHC
As I understand 802 differs from 801 only in the firmware. Is it true? Shall I test 802 if I have been using 801 for a long time? Will anybody fix kernel/X errors if I report them? Holt wrote: The build is now signed so you don't even need a developer key:

Re: plz test Build 802 + Firmware Q2E41 = Candidate Release 8.2.1

2009-04-29 Thread Chris Ball
Hi, As I understand 802 differs from 801 only in the firmware. Is it true? That's right. Shall I test 802 if I have been using 801 for a long time? A small amount of testing would be very good, yes. We don't expect any changes to be visible outside of the firmware and battery