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7 Feb 2005
I added a line to the apmd_proxy to dump its command-line arguments to a log file, and what I'm finding is this:
  • Hitting the suspend button twice within about a minute or so (i.e., normal PDA usage) does not result in apmd_proxy being called at all.
  • Choosing Suspend from the menu does.
  • Waiting about five minutes after hitting the suspend button does.
It's a bit annoying, as the system turns off my Bluetooth card in all cases, but since I'm not actually getting any APM events, I can't make the card eject/reinsert on resume in all cases, so I often end up having to remove the card manually. Yuck.

So is this a known issue?
27 Jan 2005
Two quick ones in case others encounter the same issues:

1. The OPIE Bluetooth manager in this version doesn't fill the full screen (you get a 200x200 window on a massive blank background)
2. /etc/pcmcia/bluetooth should say /sbin/hciattach, not /usr/sbin/hciattach.
15 Jan 2005
For various reasons, it would be good to have the ability to run MIDP apps on the Zaurus. Unfortunately for us, PP is not a superset of MIDP, and lacks much of the UI stuff.

I figure, though, that it must be possible to implement a large amount of MIDP using PP. I've seen some stuff for running MIDP on J2SE, but never on PP...

Does anyone know if something is available for bridging this gap?
11 Jan 2005
On Cacko 1.22, I've noticed that quite often, in fact almost 100% of the time, when I suspend and resume the Zaurus, the icon I should be clicking on to get the connection dialog to appear, vanishes from site while the device is in the process of resuming.

Removing the Bluetooth card and plugging it in again doesn't seem to make it come back, but if I go to the network settings, the icon reappears while the settings app starts up, and then works fine.

My assumption is that the icon is set up to disappear when networking devices are ejected, and reappear when they are inserted. Is there any way to fix it so that it works like this?
11 Jan 2005
Every time I suspend/restart, I need to reactivate the default route...
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# route add default gw 192.168.129.1


If I don't do this, I get no networking beyond the box it's connected to. It's come to the point where I always leave a console open so that it saves time each resume. :-)

What's the best way to set this up as the default route at all times? I thought about putting it in the APM scripts, but I'm not entirely sure how that will interact when a "real" network is connected to.

Also, is there any way to avoid both NetFront and Opera saying "no network connection found", when there is clearly a working network connection?
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