latest FSO from debian/sid not working
openmoko at ginguppin.de
Wed Mar 21 20:56:37 CET 2012
- fso-gt02 is installed
- LED still does not work
- phoneui-apps: i don't intend to sue the device as phone
- rules: is there a howtod/description? as i said i don't have a backup of
my old installation where i tweaked rules.yaml and don't after 1.5 years
not recall what i did there
- dmesg: what does a message in dmesg have to do with fso? or do you mean,
that indicates that kernel wise everything is in place (drivers)?
apparently i set DEBUG in the wrong set of config files
(/etc/freesmartphone/conf/default/ is _not_ a sensible name for a
configuration not being used) -- but now i see at least messages about
state changes in /var/log/fsodeviced.log and signs of activity in
> Am Montag, 19. März 2012, 21:01:43 schrieb arne anka:
>> > Can you describe the problem?
>> - no apparent reaction to key presses -- no action (suspend or so), no
>> line in logs (everything set to DEBUG)
> There are no actions defined. If you press power for 2 seconds, dmesg
> report this, if everything is ok.
>> - no led action
>> - persist/ folder missing (frameworkd complaining about it and throwing
> LEDs should work.
> Please check, if fso-gta02 package is installed. It depends on necessary
> packages with config files.
>> - files in /sys/ missing (i'd expect the fso in debian to work with the
>> kernel there -- or is it just the usual discrepancy one encounters in
>> now and then?)
>> i updated to 220.127.116.11 from SHR, and at least the files in /sys/ are back
>> -- but nothing else changed.
> I think, you will need 2.6.39. SHR kernel is working here.
>> i got rid of LXDE (tested it years ago and never was happy with it) and
>> installed e17 -- but even without any X, FSO should do something when
>> pressing buttons at least.
> You have do define actions yourself in
> Try installing fso-gta02 and phonui-apps.
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