Sad Story

Timo Juhani Lindfors timo.lindfors at
Sun Dec 14 12:58:56 CET 2008

polz <polz at> writes:
> openmoko10 (or whatever that firmware was called) hasn't fixed the issue for 
> me. And no, a software workaround which still drains the battery in less than 
> a day IMO is not enough.

Have you actually measured that the workaround draws so much power?

>> > 3. A stable, FSO-based distribution 
> ...
>> there was just recently a mail from om lining out the development in this
>> respect.
> I must have missed it. To find it, what should I be googling for ?
> On a related note, the latest FSO in debian (apt-get update; apt-get upgrade 
> about an hour ago) never asks me for a PIN. Who should I report this to, 
> which logs should I attach?

1) make sure frameworkd.conf has

# GTA02 has TI Calypso
modemtype = ti_calypso
ti_calypso_deep_sleep = never
log_level = DEBUG

2) start frameworkd from terminal with something like

script -c 'sudo frameworkd' frameworkd.log

3) start whatever phone program you use

4) send frameworkd.log to in a bug report if
   it still does not ask for pin and report output of

dpkg -l | grep fso
dpkg -l zhone

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