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> fast 6000 kernel, along with special libsdl
adf
post Mar 7 2005, 07:58 AM
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I'll send the kernel (or a link) when I get home from work (about 8 hrs from now) or sooner if i can get the time to move stuff around on my home network via secure shell. I would attach it here, but I guess ZUg doesn't like attachments that big.

I don't have any bluetooth devices,i have a 6000l, and usb bluetooth support is an either/or--you can have bluetooth support in the "bluetooth section" (on a make menuconfig), or you can have usb bluetooth dongle support in the usb section. I went with usb bluetoth support.--my CF is pretty much dedicated to drive space.

I'd be happy to try one with regular, but no usb bluetooth for you if the one I send isn't quite it.

What bluetooth device are you using? 6000w? cf card? usb ?
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post Mar 7 2005, 08:55 AM
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Thank you very much adf.

I use a socket CF BT card (rev. F).

I tried to install the latest bluez drivers from Tumnus I found in another ZUG thread, but while they install correclty, I cannot really talk to the card.
I also tried guyhlem bluez I found on his webpage (under the SCO BT headset topic), but I cannot install them, neither with the graphical installer nor by commandline.

That's why I was checking if you could connect with BT and how.
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post Mar 7 2005, 02:34 PM
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my knowledge of buetooth is about zero.

Do you know what driver you need? the chip in the card? anything that will help me pick what bluetooth stuff to include? there are a bunch of options in the blutooth section....I will pick the best I can and hope it works... any info would be appreciated.
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post Mar 7 2005, 06:33 PM
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you, or anyone else who wants it should be able to get 2 versions of guylhem's kernel from my site.
the zImge is the one I am rtunning today, the zImage.bt is a bluetooth experiment I haven't tried. Remember to start from a sharp image, and remove (at least) the hitachi ohci module and leave the keyboard and mouse and hid modules (the rest, except sd) are negotiable, I think

the site is anyerlildog2.com

user: zug@anyerlildog2.com
pass: zug

good luck. lemme know if there is a problem
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post Mar 7 2005, 11:43 PM
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Thank you very much adf!

I tried to connect to your ftp, but I received an error.
Could be my proxy server in the office that only allows http via 8080.
I'll try to download them this evening from home.

Regarding BT, I Have a normal socket rev F. card, which is normally well suppoirted by the bluez drivers hanging around in ZUG.
But for some reasons I could not make them work under the fats kernel.
I'll give a try to your kernel and see what I need to install in order to have it work (I suppose I do not need the kernel modules....

Thanks again,
ciao,
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post Mar 7 2005, 11:49 PM
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You will get better results by using ftp client software, not a browser. no idea how you tried, of course .
edit:I can connect from opieftp.. ftp should be ok
I simply guessed and then added as much support as I thought would compile on the .bt kernel. honestly i am not entirely confident that it will even boot.
if it does boot, I have hopes for it though.
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post Mar 8 2005, 01:43 PM
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silence......

Did you manage to get the kernels? I am hopeful this is a good sign,,,,,
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post Mar 8 2005, 02:20 PM
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Hi adf,
sorry for my silence, but as I said, from the office I could not connect to your ftp site.
From home I managed to d/l a ftp client and am now downloading your kernels.
In the meantime I am restoring the sharp kernel.
I'll try your kernels, starting from the BT one and let's hope!

I do not have still a usb adapter (looking for it), but I'll try tumnus BT ipk and I'll let you know if it works.

Do you use the USB BT dongle?
Does it works?

Thanks for the help!

Ciao,
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post Mar 8 2005, 02:24 PM
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I have no bluetooth devices.... I compiled it in, like the svt0680 camera support, and the various ir networking options, as a sort of "just in case" measure.... If I had to use BT, I think I would use the dongle with my Z in "laptop (with the mouse and keyboard) mode" For controlling remote devices, I think wifi will serve.
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post Mar 8 2005, 02:34 PM
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Soory, another question.
The Hitachi ohci module is the usb_ohci_tc6393.o, correct?

Thanks,
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post Mar 8 2005, 02:35 PM
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Yep. there is only 1 ohci module in there. It will only be a prob if you try to connect usb.
(oooops maybe it is toshiba? not hitachi? same module, anyway)
You can remove it aftter you boot to the new kernel, If you like, so long as no external usb is connected .

Does this mean the .bt booted?

Btw, there might be other (like bt) modules on board that should be killed. look into it if you have a problem. just be sure to keep the hid/mouse/kbd modules
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post Mar 8 2005, 03:15 PM
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Unfortunately not.
I tries to install it but it did not even started the boot process :-(
I had to do a nand restore before being able to try your "standard" kernel.
Which is working fine.
By the way, your kernel is based on the ffpe or no on the non-ffpe kernel?
Thank you again,
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post Mar 8 2005, 03:20 PM
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The kernels are both ffpe. Did you want nonffpe?

I will revisit the .bt this week and can switch if you prefer. Personally I like the ffpe.
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post Mar 8 2005, 11:47 PM
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I was using the non-ffpebecaquse I read some posts about calculation problems with the ffpe version.
I do not know how this becomes evident in "real life use", especially because I do not have to make complex mathematical calculation with the Z, but ofr safety I used that.

I'll use your kernel for anf see if I notice any difference! smile.gif

But for now I do not have any problem with it (and btw should be a little bit faster).

let me knwo if you need some support help in reviewing the bt kernel.
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post Mar 9 2005, 09:02 AM
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I likely will reveiew the bt stuff. It would be nice to have that available.

I had a slight mishap though... my workstation mobo (an epox8rda+) seems to have died.
I can put the compile environment onto my server (a dual p3 700) and ssh into it no prob, but it might not get done til tonight.
I haven't seen any issues with the ffpe kernel, and speed is always a plus. The kernel you are using has v4l support.. I have been trying to set up video conferenciong on the z. ffpe will help there, I think
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