[QtExtended] Latest and greatest, progress mail 12
the.rhorn at gmail.com
Mon Jun 8 02:43:40 CEST 2009
I just tried out this version. I'm still having issues with GPRS. I'd like
to be able to fix the issue myself if I could, or at least point out a
possible fix. I know it can work because it does under SHR-Unstable.
Where should I be looking for this? Where is all the GPRS code located?
Where are the scripts?
On Mon, Jun 1, 2009 at 2:02 PM, Franky Van Liedekerke
<liedekef at telenet.be>wrote:
> (install instructions and script updated on 2090601: see below)
> It's been a while, but we haven't been sleeping :-)
> New website:
> We have a new website now, thanks to Fale: http://www.qtmoko.org
> There you can find all the latest changes, report bugs, etc ...
> IRC channel:
> For those wanting to talk: on irc.freenode.net, channel #qtopia is open
> for business.
> Things solved/added/changed:
> See http://www.qtmoko.org/wiki/Change_log
> See http://github.com/liedekef/qtmoko/commits/master for the changelog
> in detail
> Problems found (more like small nuisances now):
> See http://www.qtmoko.org
> - if you set the time back to something in the past, the clock service
> crashes and you need to restart qtextended if you want to use the
> clock again
> - bluetooth is not working totally ok, only after initial boot it
> works, not after suspend/resume. Seems to be kernel/bluez3 version
> combo issue ... After suspend/resume bluetooth seems to work, but
> receiving files for sure doesn't.
> - if you try to delete the "Wireless Lan", the system crashes ... cool
> huh, a crashed phone? So for now: don't do it :-)
> - slow building up of the Contacts, because of all the sql queries for
> a*, b*, c*, ...
> Install instructions:
> download the script
> http://www.e-dynamics.be/openmoko/qtmoko_install.sh , read the
> comments at the top and then execute the script on your openmoko (after
> having flashed the device and made sure internet works).
> The script has 2 options: "install" or "update". An update will just
> download the tgz file and replace your current qtmoko with it.
> For those who just want to replace their existing qtmoko manually,
> here's the link: http://www.e-dynamics.be/openmoko/qte_20090601.tgz .
> Openmoko community mailing list
> community at lists.openmoko.org
Sigs are boring, except this one...
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