[SHR-u] Abyss or gsm0710muxd? (Was: Re: [SHR] opkg upgrade (10 Aug 2009))

D. Gassen dirk.gassen at web.de
Thu Aug 13 15:23:31 CEST 2009

I think it was added to the image at some point in time. Don't know  
why it wasn't installed automatically but it was mentioned on this  
(another?) mailing list at some time and I installed it manually.

I always try to avoid to reflash. I've got SHR working to my liking,  
I've got a couple of custom apps and I have the stupid habit of not  
writing down what I changed. I even didn't reflash when it was  
announced that you had to (I think that was when unstable became  
testing). I usually fix problems by reinstalling or removing and  
reinstalling packages.


On 13.08.2009, at 06:33, David Fokkema wrote:

> On Wed, 2009-08-12 at 13:56 -0400, D. Gassen wrote:
>> I had the same problem but I solved that (for me) by reinstalling a
>> couple of packages:
>> opkg install -force-reinstall libgsm0710mux0 libfsotransport0 \
>> 	 libfsoframework0 libfsobasics0 fso-abyss fsousaged \
>> 	libgsm0710mux-config frameworkd frameworkd-config-shr \
>> 	libframeworkd-phonegui-efl0 \
>> 	shr-contacts shr-messages shr-dialer ophonekitd
>> (I hope I got them all, I didn't use one command but several)
>> After that the phone connected properly to the GSM network, was able
>> to read all my contacts and I could make and receive calls again.
> That's funny. I don't have fso-abyss on my phone. Apparently, it is a
> new GSM muxer implementation by Mickey to replace fso-gsm0710muxd,  
> which
> _is_ installed on my phone. I'm running SHR-unstable from July 31st  
> (or
> a few days before that). Did something change in the latest images?
> Isn't SHR using nice metapackages to move people to the new daemon on
> upgrade? Or did you just custom install fso-abyss?
> David
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