Latest SHR-?

Helge Hafting helge.hafting at
Fri Jan 29 13:00:59 CET 2010

Neil Jerram wrote:
> On 29 January 2010 02:15, William Kenworthy <billk at> wrote:
>> shr-testing is probably the most usable out-of-the-box at the moment.
>> Only a few "annoyances" rather than show stoppers.
> I tried shr-t again a couple of days ago (after getting annoyed with
> the unreliability of my Debian...).  I thought the integration of the
> phone apps, including the great today/locking screen, is now quite
> slick.  And aesthetically it's now starting to look nice too.
> But - I found that I very quickly ran into system freezes, and/or
> weird graphical effects.  E.g. after only a couple of minutes of
> panning and zooming the maps in tangogps.  Am I the only one seeing
> this kind of problem?
You may want to run filesystem checks, a bad filesystem on flash or
sdcard can cause all sorts of weird problems.

I run shr-unstable. I upgrade often, get various improvements, and
the occational breakage as well. But no freezes, just particular
apps/functionality that fail

Helge Hafting

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