ghislain at basetrend.nl
Tue Dec 15 23:32:12 CET 2009
Radek Polak wrote:
> On Tuesday 15 of December 2009 21:48:20 ghislain wrote:
>> By removing python from the image, gpsd is also missing, therefore
>> (under QX) will not run.
>> Maybe its better to leave python (and gpsd) a part of the image?
> It can be installed via apt-get and gpsd can be configured to start on
> boot. Or
> is there any problem so that it does not work this way?
Because the files and folders in /usr/share/man are missing (to preserve
space), apt-get install gpsd will fail.
> I think NeronGPS is much better then TangoGPS, it's native app and we can
> 10 MB (packed). Maybe i am wrong, but the number of people that prefer
> TangoGPS over NeronGPS must be small and it is quite simple to install
> (one apt-get install).
I also think NeronGPS is much better, but TangoGPS has some functions which
are quite useful (locate your friends). But even then, when missing gpsd,
Navit will also not work.
>> I also noticed that you removed multiplexing, does this mean we cannot
>> GPRS and calling at the same time?
> Yup, but it wasnt working before too. I'd like to get multiplexing back,
> it must be without bugs first and in v15 it was causing at least 2 bugs
> with Qtopia stuck in call screen - very annoying and nearly 100%
> after first boot and second is with GPRS - now it starts always, before
> you had
> to try several times).
> So the plan is now to disable multiplexing and hopefully after it's fixed
> will be back.
I was not having that much problems when using GPRS, okay, at first boot I
had to try twice, and sometimes when booting I got stuck in the PIN-code
screen, but then, I could make a call even when using GPRS, now I have to
choose... I don't know which option I prefer.
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