Stefan Monnier | 1 Jun 22:55 2009
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Re: fso: automatic suspend again

>> Maybe I misunderstood what you said.  I mean that the auto-suspend only
>> takes place if you react to the wake-up,

> yes, but only if i do _not_ act on the wake up.
> to make it absolutely clear:
> - the phones is stowed away unsupervised.
> - a call/sms comes in
> - the phone wakes up
> - nobody picks up that call or sms or in another way interacts with the
> phone
> - <timespan> after the ringing has finished the phone suspends again.

Great, so we agree.  The problem is in defining "nobody picks up that
call or sms or in another way interacts with the phone".  In my case, my
phone is usually tucked away in some pocket, so as soon as i wakes up it
risks getting random touchscren "presses".

The safest choice would probably be some form of a screen-lock: as long
as the screen is locked (which it should be upon wake-up), suspend after
N seconds of idleness.

        Stefan
arne anka | 3 Jun 22:36 2009
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[debian] glamo

my Xorg.0.log is full of lines saying

GLAMOExaPrepareSolid: Only 16bpp is supported

while that's most likely only informative, i'd rather it won't fill up the  
file for nothing.
so, is there an xorg.conf option to set that 16bpp or whatever may be  
necessary?
Timo Juhani Lindfors | 3 Jun 22:53 2009
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Re: [debian] glamo

"arne anka" <openmoko <at> ginguppin.de> writes:
> GLAMOExaPrepareSolid: Only 16bpp is supported

This bug has been reported to upstream at

http://docs.openmoko.org/trac/ticket/2266

and fixed about a month ago.
arne anka | 3 Jun 23:29 2009
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[debian] fso+openmoko-panel-plugin: lost of errors

hi,
i just upgraded to the latest fso-frameworkd available and now opp has  
fits of eating enormous amounts of cpu.
starting manually printed in a few minutes that lot of errors below.

the objects in question are

self.gsmNetworkIface =  
self.parentObject.tryGetInterface('org.freesmartphone.ogsmd',
                                                                  '/org/freesmartphone/GSM/Device',
                                                                  'org.freesmartphone.GSM.Network')

self.gsmPDPIface =  
self.parentObject.tryGetInterface('org.freesmartphone.ogsmd',
                                                              '/org/freesmartphone/GSM/Device',
                                                              'org.freesmartphone.GSM.PDP')

and the methods listed as "has no attribute" (GetContextStatus,  
GetNetworkStatus, GetStatus) are listed with mdbus -s.
in my tests manually with mdbus they all simply fail with NoReply.

is this an opp bug or rather due to some changes in fso-frameworkd?
and how do i fix that?

debian-gta02:~$ ERROR:root:error getting gsm network status
         (org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.NoReply: Did not receive a reply.  
Possible causes include: the remote application did not send a reply, the  
message bus security policy blocked the reply, the reply timeout expired,  
or the network connection was broken.)
ERROR:root:error getting pdp context status
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Christian Adams | 4 Jun 10:30 2009
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Re: [debian] fso+openmoko-panel-plugin: lost of errors


moinmoin,
Am 03.06.2009 um 23:29 schrieb arne anka:

> hi,
> i just upgraded to the latest fso-frameworkd available and now opp  
> has fits of eating enormous amounts of cpu.
> starting manually printed in a few minutes that lot of errors below.
>
> the objects in question are
>
> self.gsmNetworkIface = self.parentObject.tryGetInterface 
> ('org.freesmartphone.ogsmd',
>                                                                  '/ 
> org/freesmartphone/GSM/Device',
>                                                                   
> 'org.freesmartphone.GSM.Network')
>
>
> self.gsmPDPIface = self.parentObject.tryGetInterface 
> ('org.freesmartphone.ogsmd',
>                                                              '/org/ 
> freesmartphone/GSM/Device',
>                                                               
> 'org.freesmartphone.GSM.PDP')
>
> and the methods listed as "has no attribute" (GetContextStatus,  
> GetNetworkStatus, GetStatus) are listed with mdbus -s.
> in my tests manually with mdbus they all simply fail with NoReply.
>
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peter boehm | 4 Jun 14:13 2009
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zhone keyboard

hello all,

i installed debian on freerunner with lxde which is running fine. i 
tried to use zhone (version 0-git20090202-3) and experienced the following:
When i try to make a new contact no keyboard for writing letters to the 
name field is shown below it. do i miss something?

thanks for help
peter
arne anka | 4 Jun 15:54 2009
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Re: zhone keyboard

there is no keyboard included.
you need to install a virtual keyboard -- with debian that would be either  
vxkbd or matchbox-keyboard.
and even when installed, the keyboard will not appear automatically once  
you enter an edit field!
if you use openmoko-panel-plugin, there's already an option to show a  
keyboard icon, toggling the appearance.
if not, you need to create a button or what ever lxde offers to make it  
appear.
Juan Cañete | 4 Jun 15:55 2009
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Re: zhone keyboard

Hi, 

I use the same applications as you. When I need a keyboard I have to launch it manually from the applications
menu. The keyboard I use is the one provided by the package matchbox-keyboard.

regards.

El Thu, 04 Jun 2009 14:13:19 +0200
peter boehm <boehm <at> mlab.at> escribió:

> hello all,
> 
> i installed debian on freerunner with lxde which is running fine. i 
> tried to use zhone (version 0-git20090202-3) and experienced the following:
> When i try to make a new contact no keyboard for writing letters to the 
> name field is shown below it. do i miss something?
> 
> thanks for help
> peter
> 
> 
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jeffrey.ratcliffe | 4 Jun 16:05 2009
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Re: Re: zhone keyboard

On Jun 4, 2009 3:55pm, Juan Cañete <jcazor.listas <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> I use the same applications as you. When I need a keyboard I have to launch it manually from the applications menu. The keyboard I use is the one provided by the package matchbox-keyboard.

How do you make it disappear afterwards?

Regards

Jeff

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arne anka | 4 Jun 16:21 2009
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Re: Re: zhone keyboard

> How do you make it disappear afterwards?

usually with the [x] closing button of the decoration.
if you use a window manager without decorations, either matchbox-keyboard  
or matchbox-window-manager(?) contains a script, that toggles show/hide --  
can be bound to the aux button or to a desktop icon or ....
opp offers the same functionality.

Gmane