Neo1973 and Qtopia with GPS application
goxboxlive at gmail.com
Wed Jan 2 06:52:47 CET 2008
Hi, i havent looked at the kernel defconfig, it thought it where a standard
one. I am using the stock one in OE repo.
Is there any diffrents in angstrom and openmoko kernel defconfig, shouldnt
the vfat module i have no idea, i havent checked if my sd card is
viewable or not, but as long as you can access it from shh
you should also be able to acess it from Qtopia. Check your
/opt/Qtopa/etc/default/Storage.conf and view the settings.
2008/1/2, Lorn Potter <lpotter at trolltech.com>:
> GoXbox Live wrote:
> > Hi.
> > I have made a Qtopia image for the Neo1973. The image is quite same as
> > the ones Lorn Potter releases, but mine has added two gps applications.
> > I have made a couple of screenies here:
> > http://www.linuxtogo.org/~goxboxlive/Neo1973/screenshots/RoadGPS.jpg and
> > http://www.linuxtogo.org/~goxboxlive/Neo1973/screenshots/Roadmap-1.jpg
> > <http://www.linuxtogo.org/~goxboxlive/Neo1973/screenshots/Roadmap-1.jpg>
> > To have this running you have to install gllin yourself, i cant include
> > that because of the restrictions with distribution.
> > Get gllin from here: http://3rdparty.downloads.openmoko.org/gllin/
> > <http://3rdparty.downloads.openmoko.org/gllin/> and install it.
> > The image uses Ängstôm 2008 base linux system and suplied with kernel
> > 126.96.36.199 <http://188.8.131.52>
> > How it works.
> > Just hit Roadmap or RoadGPS under applications. It will start gllin
> > automaticly (remember to install it first).
> > When you are done playing with the gps applications and to save battery
> > remember to stop gllin from running by hitting "Kill Glin" under
> > applications.
> > To get maps for Roadmap read their web site:
> > http://sourceforge.net/projects/roadmap/
> > My image togehter with the kernel uImage can be downloaded from here:
> > http://www.linuxtogo.org/~goxboxlive/Neo1973/images/
> > <http://www.linuxtogo.org/~goxboxlive/Neo1973/images/>
> > regards gxl
> It seems the alsa audio modules seems to be missing from your image.
> Lorn 'ljp' Potter
> Software Engineer, Systems Group, MES, Trolltech
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