GPRS working / gsm0710mux (was: (somewhat) with T-Mobile and Freerunner)
BeniSchindler at gmx.de
Tue Aug 19 18:44:32 CEST 2008
ok. i found out, that a upgrade from gsm0710mux is the problem.
they now have a different service name for the "muxer".
it isn't "org.pyneo.muxer" anymore it's now "org.mobile.mux".
you could edit "/etc/X11/Xsession.d/89qtopia" so it uses the new term,
(and also the "/usr/bin/gprson" script)
or add an additional service file to /usr/share/dbus-1/system-services/
root at om-gta02:~# cat
But now i have the problem that i get this errors in my log:
Aug 16 22:26:45 om-gta02 user.notice root: Waiting for pid: 1545
Aug 16 22:26:47 om-gta02 user.notice root: ficgta01hardware plugin
Aug 16 22:26:48 om-gta02 user.notice root: Modem : opening serial
device "/dev/ttySAC0" at 115200
Aug 16 22:26:48 om-gta02 user.notice root: Modem : Device:
"/dev/ttySAC0" is a tty device: True
Aug 16 22:26:48 om-gta02 user.notice root: Modem : NONBLOCK
Aug 16 22:26:48 om-gta02 user.notice root: Modem : Opened "/dev/ttySAC0"
Aug 16 22:26:48 om-gta02 user.notice root: Modem : querying multiplexer
Aug 16 22:26:48 om-gta02 user.notice root: AtChat : T : "^Z"
Aug 16 22:26:58 om-gta02 user.notice root: Mux : *** mux setup timed
Aug 16 22:26:58 om-gta02 user.notice root: AtChat : T : "^Z"
[last two lines repeat until a exit of the programm]
I think the "T" should be an "AT". so i try some different "gsm0710mux"
maybe i found something that works.
[btw: answers from could have some delay, because i am on vacation and
i don't have often internet without my gprs working on the freerunner.]
arne anka schrieb:
> On Thu, 14 Aug 2008 18:56:11 +0200, Michael 'Mickey' Lauer
> <mickey at openmoko.org> wrote:
> according to google there seem to be a few messages with a similar problem
> -- dbus.freedesktop.org mentions that dbus includes security policies but
> nothing more. security by obscurity, i guess ...
> anyway, there was one report from ubuntu stating that restarting dbus
> fixed the issue, but probably because he did some upgrading.
> else look into /etc/debus-1/ and check the files there, it seems like
> there are policy definitions.
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