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Sat Jun 16 22:11:35 CEST 2012
if i remember well, you just need to create that folder and than fix
On Fri, 15 Jun 2012 12:31:13 +0200, David Garabana Barro
<david at garabana.com> wrote:
> There is a problem with this image
> When you try to apt-get update and install any package with apt, You get
> following error:
> Setting up linux-image-2.6.34-qtmoko-gta02 (45-1) ...
> WARNING: Couldn't open directory /lib/modules/2.6.34-qtmoko: No such
> file or
> FATAL: Could not open /lib/modules/2.6.34-qtmoko/modules.dep.temp for
> No such file or directory
> dpkg: error processing linux-image-2.6.34-qtmoko-gta02 (--configure):
> subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit
> status 1
> It seems kernel package is not completely installed...
> Thanks for your valuable work!
> On Miércoles, 13 de junio de 2012 00:40:27 Radek Polak escribió:
>> QtMoko v45 is out now. You can get images for GTA02 (Freerunner) here
>> and GTA04 (Phoenux) here.
>> For more info about QtMoko please visit our homepage .
>> This is list of changes since previous v44 version:
>> * fixed wifi password not saving problem
>> * new big transparent keyboard
>> * GTA04 has new 3.4 kernel thanks to Neil Brown
>> * GTA04 has now vibra motor support
>> * show atmospheric pressure on home screen on GTA04 (Neil Jerram)
>> * removed all other input methods from build
>> * display wifi icon in title bar
>> * run ping on default DNS when wifi icon is clicked
>> * gps icon in title bar with number of satellites and fix indicator
>> * gps has now api for number of satellites
>> * gps plugin for GTA04 now makes gps always enabled
>> * GTA04 charge indicator is polling battery every 30s
>> * GTA02 gps - checking for ntpserver available with ping (Jiri
>> * qterminal can now run scripts using setDocument() api method
>> * scripts for powering on/off modem on GTA04A04
>> * charging udev rules for GTA04 (Neil Brown)
>> * options to boot from all mmc partitions in shutdown ui
>> * build fixes and various code improvements (Yann Dirson)
>> * added new freecell game
>> Probably most noticeable is new keyboard. It has two layouts - one
>> for terminal and one for SMS. They look like this:
>> Layouts are completely customizable. You can easily change key size,
>> position, background. It's very easy to add international characters and
>> new layouts. Just have a look at /opt/qtmoko/etc/im/svgkbd/ The layouts
>> are normal svg images. You can use inkscape to open and edit them. It
>> should be very clear what to do. Only thing to explain is how you should
>> name the key XML elements. In Inkscape go to Edit->XML editor and click
>> key. The element name must be in form:
>> For possible QtKeycode values check this link and for unicode values
>> your favourite unicode character map.
>> Please not that my layouts are just very simple. If you manage to create
>> better ones i will be glad to replace them. I can also make your
>> keyboards variants easily installable from qtmoko apps page.
>> As for the other changes - you can now make clickable elements in themes
>> that launch scripts in qterminal. So e.g. you can have icon on
>> with your favourite script. For example how to do it check what happens
>> when you click the new wifi icon in finxi theme (search for setDocument
>> string here ).
>> Another nice thing is atmospheric pressure indicator on GTA04
>> homescreen or
>> number of gps sattelites/fix indicator on title bar.
>> One more is freecell game - you can now waste a lot of time here :)
>> GTA04 owners can now enjoy latest 3.4 kernel thanks to Neil Brown's
>> kernel work. I have been running this kernel for several days and all
>> perfectly. No regressions were spotted. Many thanks for this Neil.
>> Thanks also everyone for their support and work.
>> Enjoy the release!
>>  http://sourceforge.net/projects/qtmoko/files/GTA02/
>>  http://sourceforge.net/projects/qtmoko/files/GTA04/
>>  http://qtmoko.sourceforge.net/
>>  http://qt-project.org/doc/qt-4.8/qt.html#Key-enum
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