[debian] gps still no solution
dscaini at gmail.com
Wed Dec 3 23:18:56 CET 2008
i followed your recipe (without removing nodm, i'm frightened about playing
with this...), but
and i get
The name org.freesmartphone.ousaged was not provided by any .service files
so it breaks...
right now i have no tools to test your recipe till the end...
now i'll try if it works out of the box with its /etc/init.d/frameworkd then
i'll give up... (..for a while)
On Wed, Dec 3, 2008 at 5:05 PM, Sascha Wessel <wessel at nefkom.net> wrote:
> On Wed, Dec 03, 2008 at 04:00:00PM +0100, joakim at verona.se wrote:
> > Joachim Breitner <nomeata at debian.org> writes:
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > Am Mittwoch, den 03.12.2008, 15:20 +0100 schrieb Davide Scaini:
> > >> ...after installing new fso some weeks ago my gps stopped working...
> > >> I installed all requested packages, fso-config-gta02, but no gps
> > >> working (like previous versions...).
> > >> I tried to downgrade but i have no idea what/where i have to download.
> > >> I searched on wiki... checked all the possibilities and the frameworkd
> > >> conf file...
> > >> now: ogpsd comes with fso? ogpsd it's not packaged on debian (if it's
> > >> something to be packaged)... with debian comes only gpsd but seems
> > >> that fso dislikes it, and the config file mentions only ogpsd...
> > >>
> > >> I'm sure that someone uf you uses debian with gps... how in the
> > >> hell??? ;-)
> > >> with old fso???
> > >> if i type
> > >> cat /dev/ttySAC1 i have no output while when my gps worked i got lots
> > >> of output...
> > >
> > > it works here. Are you testing it with zhone?
> > I'm having the same experience.
> > fso-gpsd used to work fine and now all of a sudden after upgrades it has
> > refused to work for a while.
> Hmm, I just reinstalled frameworkd and it works without problems.
> Can you try the same?
> 1. backup
> 2. remove everything fso related
> $ dpkg -P fso-config-gta02 fso-frameworkd fso-frameworkd-wireless-glue
> fso-gpsd fso-sounds-openmoko-nonfree nodm gpsd
> 3. I got some warnings about non empty directories and removed them
> 4. install
> $ apt-get update
> $ apt-get install fso-frameworkd fso-frameworkd-wireless-glue
> fso-sounds-openmoko-nonfree fso-config-gta02
> 5. disbable frameworkd
> $ mv /etc/init.d/fso-frameworkd /etc/init.d/fso-frameworkd.backup
> 6. reboot
> 7. ssh and start screen with 3 windows (in this order):
> $ frameworkd # and wait some seconds
> $ /usr/share/doc/fso-frameworkd/examples/ogpsd_resource.py
> $ /usr/share/doc/fso-frameworkd/examples/ogpsd_signals.py
> 8. go outside for at least 10 minutes
> 9. check screen window 3
> optional: strace the pid/fd (get them with `lsof | grep ttySAC1`)
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