My first day

michael at michael at
Fri Aug 3 19:29:25 CEST 2007

 	The dev image you installed still has the modules from the moko10 kernel, so
you need to download the modules for moko11, put them on your device (in
/lib/modules) and reboot. Your device can't all the modules included on the
website, though. In order to get *just* audio working I'd suggest the 
following directory tree:

Sound will probably not be much fun without the media card, though, so you'll
probably want

also. If you put those on your device and reboot it'll auto-detect the audio
and load the modules necessary.

- Michael

On Fri, 3 Aug 2007, Richard Lussier wrote:

> Here are my first impressions.
> First it was quite easy to install kernel and filesystem under Ubuntu.
> Just a bit annoying to keep pressing aux switch to keep alive.
> I happened to get the phone connecting to network (fido / rogers in Canada.
> The problem I have is with audio.
> There is no audio, and when I try to access alsactl to enable audio, it says
> no audio device.
> I have installed uImage moko11R1 and dev image 20070728.
> It will be a great device when fully developped.
> I am very impressed, thanks to all developpers...

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