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You should find all the information I'm willing to publish at [http://danielmewes.dnsalias.net my web page] :-)
 
You should find all the information I'm willing to publish at [http://danielmewes.dnsalias.net my web page] :-)
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I had a lot of problems with reliably running gsmd and openmoko-dialer right after startup. Just putting /etc/init.d/gsmd restart into /etc/matchbox/session didn't make it run very well. Dialer normally asked for the pin, but gsmd died just after submitting it.
 
I had a lot of problems with reliably running gsmd and openmoko-dialer right after startup. Just putting /etc/init.d/gsmd restart into /etc/matchbox/session didn't make it run very well. Dialer normally asked for the pin, but gsmd died just after submitting it.
  
My /etc/matchbox/session now reads like
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I eventually ended up with my /etc/matchbox/session reading like
<nowiki>/etc/init.d/gsmd stop
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/etc/init.d/gsmd stop
/etc/init.d/gsmd start
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/etc/init.d/gsmd start
echo o | libgsmd-tool -m shell
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echo o | libgsmd-tool -m shell
sleep 1                     
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right before the openmoko-today & (and openmoko-dialer) line. Seems to work well this way.
echo O | libgsmd-tool -m shell
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sleep 1</nowiki>
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right before the openmoko-today & (and openmoko-dialer) line.
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Media player works after installing gst-plugin-pulse, but in this constellation with mad and pulseaudio is too slow to play most MP3s (and OGGs of course). Madplay works better for the moment :-)
 
Media player works after installing gst-plugin-pulse, but in this constellation with mad and pulseaudio is too slow to play most MP3s (and OGGs of course). Madplay works better for the moment :-)

Latest revision as of 19:22, 10 October 2007

You should find all the information I'm willing to publish at my web page :-)


I had a lot of problems with reliably running gsmd and openmoko-dialer right after startup. Just putting /etc/init.d/gsmd restart into /etc/matchbox/session didn't make it run very well. Dialer normally asked for the pin, but gsmd died just after submitting it.

I eventually ended up with my /etc/matchbox/session reading like

/etc/init.d/gsmd stop
/etc/init.d/gsmd start
echo o | libgsmd-tool -m shell

right before the openmoko-today & (and openmoko-dialer) line. Seems to work well this way.


Media player works after installing gst-plugin-pulse, but in this constellation with mad and pulseaudio is too slow to play most MP3s (and OGGs of course). Madplay works better for the moment :-)

GSMD seems to survive suspend-resume cycles, but the phone does not wake up on incoming calls. At least Today shows a missed call after resuming.


I just ordered some new RAM for some PC I had around which I will then use as my own buildhost and to do some development / bug fixing. buildhost.openmoko.org seems to be outdated, so ipkg update; ipkg upgrade does not install current software atm. :-(

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You should find all the information I'm willing to publish at my web page :-)

I had a lot of problems with reliably running gsmd and openmoko-dialer right after startup. Just putting /etc/init.d/gsmd restart into /etc/matchbox/session didn't make it run very well. Dialer normally asked for the pin, but gsmd died just after submitting it.

My /etc/matchbox/session now reads like /etc/init.d/gsmd stop /etc/init.d/gsmd start echo o | libgsmd-tool -m shell sleep 1 echo O | libgsmd-tool -m shell sleep 1 right before the openmoko-today & (and openmoko-dialer) line.

Media player works after installing gst-plugin-pulse, but in this constellation with mad and pulseaudio is too slow to play most MP3s (and OGGs of course). Madplay works better for the moment :-)

GSMD seems to survive suspend-resume cycles, but the phone does not wake up on incoming calls. At least Today shows a missed call after resuming.


I just ordered some new RAM for some PC I had around which I will then use as my own buildhost and to do some development / bug fixing. buildhost.openmoko.org seems to be outdated, so ipkg update; ipkg upgrade does not install current software atm. :-(