[Qt Extended] debian image

Filip Onkelinx filip at linux4.be
Thu Apr 2 09:37:32 CEST 2009


I did a quick try of Radek's image on a µSD last night, and alltough I  
have no 'hard-figures', it seemed to be considerably slower to me as well  
compared to my home-brewn SD.
Not sure what/why it is slower: kernel, QtE binaries or other...

voicenotes: could it be that the 'mic' is muted? Maybe try using the alsa  
files from another image (radek's?)



On Thu, 02 Apr 2009 09:19:59 +0200, Franky Van Liedekerke  
<liedekef at telenet.be> wrote:

> Hi,
> yesterday evening I've tried the debian image (converted to  
> uimage+jffs2),
> but it seems very slow compared to a fso based image. Also the voicenotes
> *seems* to be recording, but not playing :-)
> So I've tried an fso-nox image+andy-tracking kernel, and that just worked
> out of the box (but again not the voicenotes). Although there's an issue
> with bluetoothd not finding HAL (any tips are appreciated), and probably
> because of that, bluetooth doesn't work in QtExtended as well ... it  
> needs
> further investigation.
> So this evening I'll play a bit with that image (I need to add atd from
> angstrom to get the alarms to work probably) and see about the bluetooth
> thingie.
> Can anybody explain to me what the gstreamer engine does for qtextended?  
> It
> seems the compile is ok, I've got sound, but no mp3 support yet (so for
> that: do I just need extra gstreamer plugins or the mp3 libmad patch?)
> Franky
> On Thu, Apr 2, 2009 at 2:23 AM, Stefan Monnier  
> <monnier at iro.umontreal.ca>wrote:
>> > Yes, i was thinking exactly the same. There are some things that
>> > have to be solved cleanly before this can be done. E.g. the udev
>> > rule for GSM modem. I have described it in my howto.
>> The udev rule seems easy to fix: rather than put it in
>> /media/card/etc/udev/rules.d/50-udev.rules, put it in a new file
>> /media/card/etc/udev/rules.d/50-qtextended.rules
>>        Stefan
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