QtMoko: how is long Power key press (=> shutdown/restart menu) handled?

Neil Jerram neil at ossau.homelinux.net
Fri Dec 7 09:31:32 CET 2012

Radek Polak <psonek2 at seznam.cz> writes:

> On Thursday, December 06, 2012 08:25:36 PM Neil Jerram wrote:
>> Neil Jerram <neil at ossau.homelinux.net> writes:
>> > Radek Polak <psonek2 at seznam.cz> writes:
>> >> Could people who use GTA04 as phone report contents of the file? This
>> >> could help us better to monitor the situation.
>> > 
>> > Here's mine:
>> > 
>> > Sun Nov 18 21:18:30 GMT 2012 modem reenumerated
>> On reflection, though, I'm confused.  What now calls
>> fix-modem-reenumerate.sh (apart from the
>> restart-when-modem-stops-working, if that is installed)?
> It's called only from serial port class when restart-when-modem-stops-
> working.patch is applied.

Ah, OK, I think I understand now.  You apply
restart-when-modem-stops-working.patch to your tree when building for a
QtMoko release - right? - which means that the reenumeration ability is
included in QtMoko releases.

But I lost that reenumeration ability as soon as I did and installed my
own build - probably shortly after November 18th.

It also means that the high CPU state that I described can only be
observed by people who do their own builds, and hence won't have
affected most people.

I'll include restart-when-modem-stops-working.patch in my build from now
on.  I think I've been seeing the high CPU state about once every 1-2
days, so I guess I should now see modem reenumeration with similar


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