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> Angstrom + E-wm On Tosa, almost there?
post Jan 8 2009, 10:33 PM
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With help from Dmitri and others working on the kernel for the Tosa on Angstrom, things are starting to get interesting again!

I decided I'd like to start to play again. I was able to get e-wm installed and it even starts up to the point where the language is asked for, but can get no further.

First thing: there is no language selectable on that screen...not sure if that even matters.

The killer: the screen is not registering touches...nor do any of the buttons or keys seem to do any selecting of items on the screen.

I've got tslib installed, but I'm wondering if there's anywhere these things get logged. Can't find anything pertinent in dmesg.

tmio-nand tmio-nand: timeout waiting for interrupt

Don't think that's anything...

If anyone has any pointers on where to start looking, I'd appreciate it.
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post Jan 18 2009, 01:09 AM
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Also, I don't know if this will be relevant, but sometimes I can't get apps to raise properly unless I go through qtopia to start them, the ones not tweaked specifically for this ROM.

If you have qcop on board, you can do that with something like:

qcop QPE/Application/COMMAND 'raise()'

Another way to watch what is happening, if qtopia is involved, is with qcoptest. It's another possible tool that can help you figure out the right qcop parameters to use. My qcoptest page, with limited discussion and links to the IPK (not specific for Tosa, I think I am using the one from my Collie) is at http://sdjf.esmartdesign.com/ipks/qcoptest.html

But I would not do strace at the same time...this is just another different approach.
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