[QtExtended] Latest and greatest, progress mail 7
filip at linux4.be
Fri Apr 17 11:35:52 CEST 2009
I know boot speed and resume speed is influenced by kernel boot
parameters: the more kernel/debug messages displayed (on rather slow
framebuffer), the slower the device will boot/resume. Might want to
compare boot params (cat /proc/cmdline , look for loglevel= and console= )
On Fri, 17 Apr 2009 11:30:02 +0200, Franky Van Liedekerke
<liedekef at telenet.be> wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 17, 2009 at 10:41 AM, Sascha Gering <haxxx at gmx.li> wrote:
>> Petr Vanek schrieb:
>> >> A new version is available that fixes the issue with incoming
>> >> phonenumbers being parsed wrong (was a typo of me):
>> >> http://users.telenet.be/liedekef/qte_20090416.tgz .
>> >> The new list with bugs is now at:
>> >> http://users.telenet.be/liedekef/qt-issues.txt
>> Hi Franky, Hi List,
>> first of all, thanks for this great release, i killed my "native"
>> QTExtended for your version and doesnt regret it. Phoning works, SMS
>> send/recieve works, Alarm works (important for me :)), its daily-usable
>> for me.
>> But there are some questions i need to ask.
>> The only working kernel for me is the FSO
>> kernel, any other kernel/modules combination gives me a blinking cursor
>> in the upper left on black screen after boot.
> I use this:
> # Get fso-console-image from:
> # http://downloads.openmoko.org/distro/unstable/daily/om-gta02/20090404/
> Does this kernel not work for you then? Remember that after flashing, you
> need to reboot *twice* ...
> But with this kernel i have a resume time from about 4secs, is this
>> normal, or can i tweak it somehow?
> I have that as well, maybe just 3 secs, but anyway :-)
> Is it possible that you can provide us with patches for small changes
>> like the "bin-only" ones? I hope i dont have to download ~30mb and copy
>> them every time.
> sorry, but for now, I try to bring out what I've got sofar, sometimes I
> don't know which binaries changed, so this is easier for me. I always
> use my
> own install script even :-) Once everything is more "stable", this will
> change of course.
> Again, thanks for your great work.
> glad you like it.
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