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WJMoore
I just installed RC1 of 3.5.4.1 on my c3100, on top of alpha 2. The system boots ok but when it gets to starting OPIE in 5 seconds, it clears the screen and hangs with the cursor in the top left of the screen. If I press a key during the 5 second pause and prevent OPIE trying to start all seems well. Has anyone else has any success with this configuration? If no one has anything else to add I'll just file a bug, although I'm hesitant to do that given it seems like a problem only related to RC1 and there is no specific choice for this configuration in the bug tracker.
Hrw
3.5.4.x is for all 3.5.4.x related (released, alpha, rc etc)

Strange thing... I booted OPIE on my c760 and it works.
WJMoore
It actually doesn't seem to be a hardware lockup because if I press the power button the hard disk light flashes a few times but nothing happens. No other keys get a response. Is it possible to start opie manually from the command line and view any output or is there anything of relevance logged anywhere?
Hrw
"/etc/init.d/opie start" is one way

the other is:

export QTDIR=/opt/QtPalmtop/
export OPIEDIR=/opt/QtPalmtop/
/opt/QtPalmtop/bin/qpe -nodaemon
WJMoore
Ahh that was useful (did the latter). The following is the result of /opt/QtPalmtop/bin/qpe -nodaemon > log.txt 2>&1. Note that that the output from stdout has just ended up at the end of the file so I've included a pic of what it looks like on screen. Any thoughts on what might be causing the segfault?

CODE
ODevice() - found 'Hardware    : SHARP Borzoi'
Zaurus::init()
Zaurus::init() - Hinge Sensor Initialization successfully completed
Zaurus::rotation()
OInputSystem::OInputSystem()
OInputSystem::synchronize()
OInputSystem::synchronize() - checking if '/dev/input/event0' is a valid input system node... 'yes' [(ok)]
OInputDevice::OInputDevice( '/dev/input/event0' )
OInputSystem::synchronize() - checking if '/dev/input/event1' is a valid input system node... 'yes' [(ok)]
OInputDevice::OInputDevice( '/dev/input/event1' )
OInputSystem::synchronize() - checking if '/dev/input/event2' is a valid input system node... 'yes' [(ok)]
OInputDevice::OInputDevice( '/dev/input/event2' )
OInputSystem::synchronize() - checking if '/dev/input/uinput' is a valid input system node... 'no' [Invalid argument]
OInputSystem::synchronize() done
Zaurus::rotation() - hinge sensor = 0
Zaurus::rotation() - returning '3'
Zaurus::init() - Using the 2.6 OpenZaurus HAL on a Zaurus SL-C3100
Zaurus::rotation()
Zaurus::rotation() - hinge sensor = 0
Zaurus::rotation() - returning '3'
OGlobal::creating global configuration instance.
OConfig::OConfig()
<unknown>: ODevice reports transformation to be 3
Zaurus::rotation()
Zaurus::rotation() - hinge sensor = 0
Zaurus::rotation() - returning '3'
<unknown>: setting QWS_DISPLAY to 'Transformed:Rot270:0'
QWSApplication::qt_init() - current terminal specified.
Could not read calibration: /etc/pointercal
: adding a preferred keyboard filter handler
: libopie2 OResource: can't find image devicebuttons/z_hinge1
: libopie2 OResource: can't find image devicebuttons/z_hinge2
: libopie2 OResource: can't find image devicebuttons/z_hinge3
: DocumentList::DocumentList() : scanDocs = true
: WARNING: preferred keyboard is Multikey
: Setting up QCop to QPE/System
Segmentation fault.
Doing slow search for /opt/QtPalmtop/bin/qpe devicebuttons/z_hinge1
Doing slow search for /opt/QtPalmtop/bin/qpe devicebuttons/z_hinge2
Doing slow search for /opt/QtPalmtop/bin/qpe devicebuttons/z_hinge3
Doing slow search for /opt/QtPalmtop/bin/qpe launcher/firstuse


T595
Same Problem & LOG on my Akita with OZ 3.5.4.1 RC1

CODE
ODevice() - found 'Hardware    : SHARP Akita'
Zaurus::init()
Zaurus::init() - Hinge Sensor Initialization successfully completed
Zaurus::rotation()
OInputSystem::OInputSystem()
OInputSystem::synchronize()
OInputSystem::synchronize() - checking if '/dev/input/event0' is a valid input system node... 'yes' [(ok)]
OInputDevice::OInputDevice( '/dev/input/event0' )
OInputSystem::synchronize() - checking if '/dev/input/event1' is a valid input system node... 'yes' [(ok)]
OInputDevice::OInputDevice( '/dev/input/event1' )
OInputSystem::synchronize() - checking if '/dev/input/event2' is a valid input system node... 'yes' [(ok)]
OInputDevice::OInputDevice( '/dev/input/event2' )
OInputSystem::synchronize() - checking if '/dev/input/uinput' is a valid input system node... 'no' [Invalid argument]
OInputSystem::synchronize() done
Zaurus::rotation() - hinge sensor = 0
Zaurus::rotation() - returning '3'
Zaurus::init() - Using the 2.6 OpenZaurus HAL on a Zaurus SL-C1000
Zaurus::rotation()
Zaurus::rotation() - hinge sensor = 0
Zaurus::rotation() - returning '3'
OGlobal::creating global configuration instance.
OConfig::OConfig()
<unknown>: ODevice reports transformation to be 3
Zaurus::rotation()
Zaurus::rotation() - hinge sensor = 0
Zaurus::rotation() - returning '3'
<unknown>: setting QWS_DISPLAY to 'Transformed:Rot270:0'
QWSApplication::qt_init() - current terminal specified.
Could not read calibration: /etc/pointercal
: adding a preferred keyboard filter handler
: libopie2 OResource: can't find image devicebuttons/z_hinge1
: libopie2 OResource: can't find image devicebuttons/z_hinge2
: libopie2 OResource: can't find image devicebuttons/z_hinge3
: DocumentList::DocumentList() : scanDocs = true
: WARNING: preferred keyboard is Multikey
: Setting up QCop to QPE/System
Segmentation fault.
Doing slow search for /opt/QtPalmtop/bin/qpe devicebuttons/z_hinge1
Doing slow search for /opt/QtPalmtop/bin/qpe devicebuttons/z_hinge2
Doing slow search for /opt/QtPalmtop/bin/qpe devicebuttons/z_hinge3
Doing slow search for /opt/QtPalmtop/bin/qpe launcher/firstuse
WJMoore
Ahh that's kind of good, means that it isn't just an issue with my Z.
Tron
Just to give a success note: I flashed the rc1-kernel on top of my alpha2-install (borzoi) and opie booted right up.
WJMoore
Now that does complicate things since I did the exactly the same install. When you say kernel, I assume you did the hdimage as well (just double checking).
daufoo
Same thing happened to my SL-C3200, it will not boot into OPIE.
wylbur
I can confirm the same problem with my terrier, and the same solution as Tron.
WJMoore
What solution would that be?
Hrw
I rebuilt 3.5.4.1-rc during night - can provide images for testing (does not want to release RC without testing and I can't test it myself - no cxx00).
WJMoore
I'm happy to try it out. PM me with a link or a request for my e-mail address.
RuBeS
Thanks HRW ! Can anyone bring me a link or send me in a tar compressed ? please !
wylbur
The 3.5.4.1-rc2 loads and boots on my terrier. Thanks, Hrw!

-- wylbur.

ps: the solution I alluded to earlier is to use the rc1-kernel + alpha2-hdimage
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