[FSO] official local.conf
dirk.gassen at web.de
Fri Nov 14 01:03:56 CET 2008
I also have trouble with openmoko-terminal2. It seems that there is a
package missing. If you run from the command line:
> DISPLAY=:0 openmoko-terminal2
then you will see that it complains about:
> (openmoko-terminal2:1535): Vte-WARNING **: can not run /usr/libexec/
and indeed /usr/libexec/gnome-pty-helper doesn't exist. Unfortunately,
I don't know which package provides this.
BTW, clicking on "New" will emit that warning again and openmoko-
terminal2 will quit (without further error message).
Have you tried logging in via ssh and provide no password? (press
"Enter" when it asks for a password). AFAIK there is no password for
root when you get a freshly built image.
On 13.11.2008, at 09:00, Previdi Roberto wrote:
> hello, i tried for some weeks to build and install the fso-testing-
> image from the fso-makefile with the procedure described in the
> wiki, but i always had some problems
> for example
> i couldn't use the terminal
> the terminal application loaded, but no shell appeared in it
> so i couldn't change the root password,
> so i couldn't log in with ssh,
> so i couldn't know why it doesn't work...
> the sound card wasn't recognized by the kernel
> I always thought that it should have gone that way, being the
> testing version. but yesterday i downloaded and flashed the prebuilt
> image from http://downloads.openmoko.org/framework/milestone3/ and i
> have got many more functionality.
> anybody can explain this difference? where are the configuration
> files for the openembedded build environment (local.conf) used by
> the automatic builders?
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