OpenWrt on your Neo - some updates...
sten at kvamme.se
Thu Jul 9 23:16:39 CEST 2009
Made my own custom image on Ubunty Interpeid. Worked like a charm. Had
to install 3-4 packages for the make script to be happy.
Have a few comments:
localhost. should probably be localhost (without a dot).
How can I connect to the X11 server via unixport or port 6000? are there
any config file to change to open up external X11 connections?
tis 2009-07-07 klockan 00:47 +0200 skrev Mirko Vogt:
> long time no news regarding OpenWrt <-> the Openmoko Neo devices; but it
> happened much!
> We think we now reached a state which justifies providing
> - an update what's up
> - an image and environment to play around with
> == So, what happened last 6 months?
> - kernel 220.127.116.11 is running
> we extracted all neo-specific patches from the OM-kernel-tree and
> created an atomic and maintainable patchset for the Neo (Lars did great
> work here)
> - clean, stable and accelerated graphics system
> thanks to the gorgeous work of the xf86-video-glamo developers, finally
> there's no need for <Xglamo> anymore - acceleration is done from within
> an usual <Xorg> with the glamo-driver used. The infamous WSOD should be
> ultimately purged out.
> - GPS works
> the amazing application <tangoGPS> is also available as an
> OpenWrt-package now
> - performance tuned
> due to it's architecture itself, fixed bugs and found ways for
> optimizations through all layers, OpenWrt now boots in less than 1
> minute into illume (very first boot excluded)
> - software added/upgraded
> besides lot's of just OpenWrt-related improvements, also typical
> OM-community-used packages were added and upgraded to recent versions
> (e.g. tangogps, enlightenment/the whole efl-suite, paroli, fso, connman,
> - a beautiful bootsplash
> real beauty can't be described by words
> - phone calls are still possible
> thanks to paroli, the basic phone stuff is (still) working (phone calls,
> messages, contacts, etc.)
> == Images / environment
> Images can be found here: http://nanl.de/files/openwrt/openmoko/
> Mind - that, as usual for OpenWrt - the default IP of your device will
> be "192.168.1.1" and the only running service will be <telnet> on port
> After logging in and setting a password, <telnetd> is getting replaced
> through <sshd> (port 22).
> The mentioned files/images have the prefix "20090706_r16709_1", based on
> svn-revision 16709.
> It seems there are some problems with "Qi" at the moment; in case you're
> using Qi please try using u-boot from NOR-flash until this issue is
> == In case of errors/failures and resulting aggressions, ultimate
> happiness or just questions and criticism...
> ...please do not hesitate to tell us your thoughts and feelings.
> There's also a wiki-page about OpenWrt on the Neo:
> http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/OpenWrt (thanks to Romuald "neomilium"
> Conty at this point, for his great work of co-maintaining the wiki-page,
> testing and making lot's of great suggestions what could be done
> Try it out :)
> mirko (the other one)
> On Fri, 2009-01-30 at 19:58 +0100, Mirko Vogt wrote:
> > Hey folks,
> > I'm glad to announce that OpenWrt now has basic support for the
> Openmoko GTA02 "Freerunner"!
> > There's still lot's of work to do but let's see what's already working
> for now:
> > - kernel (2.6.28) is building and booting (merging the Openmoko and
> OpenWrt patchsets, whereof one (and that's not ours ;)) consists of
> either over 620 little non-atomic patches or one 10MB patchblob [kudos
> to git!], is no picnic (thanks to the work of Michael "mb" Buesch at
> this point!)
> > - D-Bus and the freesmartphone.org reference implementation (they
> import the libc.so.6 via ctypes - I was really puzzled when python told
> me it can't find my libc, because I was using the uclibc)
> > - Xglamo with acceleration (in the beginning Xglamo just crashed,
> even JTAG wasn't available anymore; it took us weeks to figure out that
> a compiler bug was the cause (thanks to Felix Fietkau, Holger Freyther
> and Lars Clausen) - Lars btw. is currently making good progress to get
> glamo acceleration working within Xorg)
> > - the EFL (enlightenment foundation libraries) and enlightenment
> including illume (needs some more love to make it really fit into the
> OpenWrt-environment - currently <edje_cc> and <eet> are required as
> pre-installed host tools)
> > - paroli phone application suite (in case it's working ;))
> > A few days ago we established the first OpenWrt<->OpenWrt phone call
> which worked out of the box after flashing our devices - so we thought
> that might be a good occasion for an announcement :)
> > We're pleased for all of your feedback and any kind of help is highly
> > Thanks a lot!
> > mirko (the other one)
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> devel at lists.openmoko.org
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