[RFC] gsmd on HTC Magician

Harald Welte laforge at openmoko.org
Sat Feb 17 23:39:04 CET 2007

On Sat, Feb 17, 2007 at 01:40:04PM +0100, pHilipp Zabel wrote:
> >First of all, thanks for trying gsmd on a differrent device :)  I'm more
> >than aware that it's currently a really large construction site, but I'm
> >constantly getting distracted by way too many other (moko-related) tasks
> >to finish it.
> I'm quite aware of  that, too. But I very much prefer a construction site 
> with a clean design to the somewhat-working hacks I've encountered so
> far :)

thanks, I hope the design is that clear, after all.  Anyway,
FIC/OpenMoko are dedicated to spend whatever neccessarry to mature this
into an mature and extensible infratructure component.

> >* debug current random crashes
> I didn't encounter any yet, but then again I only used libgsmd-tool
> so far. 

you're lucky then :)

> >I'd rather have the vendor plugin mechanism extended somewhat.  In the
> >end, we'll probably need something like
> >
> >* chipset plugin (something like the current vendor plugin)
> >* platform plugin (something like 'neo1973' that defines specifics
> >  of a particular system)
> Sounds good.

I hope to be able to work a lot on this during next week.  by the end of
the week, gsmd should be much more mature.

> +CMUX: (1),(0),(1-5),(10-100),(1-255),(0-100),(2-255),(1-255),(1-7)
> OK
> So I tried and sent, using the default values from GSM 07.07:
> AT+CMUX=1,0,5,10,64,3,30,10,2
> Next thing I get is:
> \x2\x2\x16AT-Command Interpreter ready\r\n\x2
> And the initialization starts again...

that sounds like the GSM stack is actually crashing :(

I've seen this before, at exactly this event, with a TI Calypso based
faeture phone.

But anyway, if GPRS is done over the second uart, you don't need to
worry about TS07.10 mux.

- Harald Welte <laforge at openmoko.org>          	        http://openmoko.org/
Software for the world's first truly open Free Software mobile phone

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