tefol tefol | 1 May 12:57 2003

gnokii 0.5.0rc4 & OpenBSD


I get the following problem attempting to install this on my OpenBSD 3.2 

bollocks# ./configure --disable-nls
checking build system type... i386-unknown-openbsd3.2
checking host system type... i386-unknown-openbsd3.2
checking target system type... i386-unknown-openbsd3.2
checking for gcc... gcc
checking for C compiler default output... a.out
checking whether the C compiler works... yes
checking whether we are cross compiling... no
checking for suffix of executables...
checking for suffix of object files... o
checking whether we are using the GNU C compiler... yes
checking whether gcc accepts -g... yes
checking for gcc option to accept ANSI C... none needed
checking how to run the C preprocessor... gcc -E
checking for flex... flex
checking for yywrap in -lfl... yes
checking lex output file root... lex.yy
checking whether yytext is a pointer... yes
checking for rm... /bin/rm
checking for find... /usr/bin/find
checking for gmake... gmake
checking for a BSD-compatible install... /usr/bin/install -c
checking for egrep... grep -E
checking for ANSI C header files... yes
checking for sys/types.h... yes
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Jan Derfinak | 1 May 14:18 2003

Re: Sending ringtones to a 6310

On Wed, 30 Apr 2003, Niklas Koponen wrote:

> Hi!
> I'm trying to send a ringtone to a 6310 using the DLR-3P cable. The
> sending fails. I also notices that there are differences between the man

It seems to be generic problem. I used AT model, 6110 model and both failed.
I sended star.rtttl from gnokii's sample.



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Martin List-Petersen | 1 May 15:02 2003

Re: Bluetooth address translation

> > gnokii on the console w/o smsc specified just either fails with "Timeout:
> > abouting command ``/usr/lib/gnokii'' with signal 9
> > /usr/bin/gnokii: line 16: 1211 Killed     timeout $TIMEOUT $BINARY $ <at> "
> >

0.5.0rc4 also gives timeout. Here is the output of that. (/dev/rfcomm0, AT,
serial, Ericsson T39m)

GNOKII Version 0.5.0rc4
cfg_file_read - open /root/.gnokiirc: No such file or directory
Opened configuration file /etc/gnokiirc
Added new section global
Adding key/value port//dev/rfcomm0
Adding key/value model/AT
Adding key/value initlength/default
Adding key/value connection/serial
Adding key/value bindir//usr/sbin/
Adding key/value use_locking/yes
Adding key/value serial_baudrate/19200
Added new section connect_script
Adding key/value TELEPHONE/12345678
Added new section disconnect_script
Added new section sms
Adding key/value timeout/10
phone instance config:
model: AT
port_device: /dev/rfcomm0
connection_type: 0
init_length: 0
serial_baudrate: 19200
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Martin List-Petersen | 1 May 19:19 2003

Re: Bluetooth address translation

On Tue, 2003-04-29 at 11:51, Marcel Holtmann wrote:
> Hi Pawel,
> > > > Okay, so we need to test AT driver before the release. Hope Nokia 6310
> > > > will be a good tester for AT driver.
> > >
> > > I don't know/think so. I'm building a KDE sync program, and when I try to
> > > businit()  to the 6310i using connection=serial, the phone resets :-/
> > > With connection=bluetooth, everything is smooth.
> > 
> > I meant the configuration:
> > model = AT
> > connection = serial/bluetooth
> > and not:
> > model = 6310
> > connection = serial
> I have tested the Ericsson T39m and the Nokia 6210 with the following
> settings
> 	port       = aa:bb:cc:dd:ee:ff
> 	model      = AT
> 	connection = bluetooth

Ericsson T39m here also.

Something goes wrong here with that setup:

Debug output:
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Dimitris Stasinopoulos | 2 May 12:26 2003

gn_phonebook_entry: Last change timestamp?

Hello all, I'm developing a KDE addressbook<->gnokii-compatible phone 
synchronization program, so I've stabled on this slight issue:

I need to know when a gn_phonebook_entry was last changed. In 
include/gnokii/common.h, I can see that the gn_phonebook_entry structure 
has a member called 'date', which is of type gn_timestamp. The question 
is: Is that what I'm looking for? If not, what is it? And is there a way 
to do what I'm looking for?  Any help here would be greatly 



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but all combat sights as well.
Dimitris Stasinopoulos | 3 May 21:58 2003

Patch for gnokii.c

Hi, the attached patch fixes a small issue in gnokii.c (The "General" number 
appears as "Preferred number", even if it's not the preferred number, while 
the (real) preferred number appears as "Number"). This is patch is correct for 
the nk65xx models, dunno what's the truth for models which do not support 
subentries (Maybe in these phones the general number is also the preferred 

Please check and apply.


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Sebastian Muszynski | 4 May 12:56 2003

Re: Nokia 3310: "The given entry is too long" but that's not true!

No reactions...  :-( 

Are further information needed to solve the problem!? Would it be helpful,
if I put my mobile phone on a 24h avaible internet machine and give somebody, 
who wants to care about shell access?

Dimitris Stasinopoulos | 4 May 15:14 2003


Hello, has anyone else noticed that the GN_PHONEBOOK_NUMBER_MAX_LENGTH  as 
defined in include/gnokii/common.h, is actually 60 characters for the nk65xx 
phones (eg. 6310i), and not just 48? I have successfully tried this with my 
own 6310i and I have found that I can store 60 character entries in eg. 
postal address and note. Maybe we should have a per-model-family policy on 
these constants?


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Pawel Kot | 5 May 11:36 2003

Re: gnokii 0.5.0rc4 & OpenBSD

On Thu, 1 May 2003, tefol tefol wrote:

> bollocks# gmake
> gmake -C common/phones
> gmake[1]: Entering directory `/root/packages/gnokii-0.5.0rc4/common/phones'
> gcc -g -O2 -I../getopt  -I../../include -I/usr/local/include
> -I/usr/X11R6/include  -c -o generic.o generic.c
> In file included from generic.c:35:
> ../../include/gnokii-internal.h:83: syntax error before `wchar_t'
> ../../include/gnokii-internal.h:84: syntax error before `value'
> gmake[1]: *** [generic.o] Error 1
> gmake[1]: Leaving directory `/root/packages/gnokii-0.5.0rc4/common/phones'
> gmake: *** [common/phones] Error 2
> bollocks#

Try adding
#include <stdlib.h>
at the beginning of include/gnokii-internal.h

Please report if it fixes the problem.


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BORBELY Zoltan | 5 May 21:15 2003

Re: Re: gnokii on Solaris 8


On Mon, Apr 28, 2003 at 09:01:18AM +0300, alex a wrote:
> Another problem. I have compiled CVS version on two mashines Ultra30,
> Ultra10. It works fine on Ultra30. On Ultra10 any command like
> gnokii --identify, gnokii --sendsms ... bring the mashine to
> BootProm. Did somebody get stuck on this?

Interesting problem. Theoretically it cannot be possible to crash the
kernel from an user space application. Are the recommended patches
installed on the Ultra10 too?