Help - Search - Members - Calendar
Full Version: Gammu / Kammu
OESF Forums > Distros, Development, and Model Specific Forums > Distro Support and Discussion > pdaXrom
daniel3000
Hi guys,

reading jpmatrix' post from the pdaXii13 thread:

QUOTE(jpmatrix @ Mar 20 2007, 03:36 PM)
it seems gammu from released packages needs libbluetooth.so.2
before i break something would someone (meanie!?) tell me what package to install ? wink.gif

edited:
solved with

cd /usr/lib
ln -s libbluetooh_existing libbluetoosh.so.2  wink.gif

well, now it seems to work with my 6630 with a config file like
device = bt_addr
connection = blueobex

but nothing out yet...
*


I get the following idea:
KDEPIM/PI uses kammu to talk to phones.
kammu is limited, as it doesn't support Bluetooth at all.

Are kammu and gammu interchangeable, i.e. have a compatible command line interface etc.?

So maybe kammu could be replaced (i.e. linked to) gammu so KA/PI and KO/PI can sync via bluetooth?

Also, is there any deccent and convenient SMS GUI available for pdaXrom?
Xgnokii is just too inconvenient due to the small graphical interface.
And all attempts to make gnocky work failed some time ago (although gnocky looked just what i needed for SMS).

Thanks
daniel
Chero
QUOTE(daniel3000 @ Mar 21 2007, 01:21 PM)
And all attempts to make gnocky work failed some time ago (although gnocky looked just what i needed for SMS).

Thanks
daniel
*


Maybe check that thread again, I recall posting the solution for gnocky there.
You could also look for gnome-phone-manager (it's somewhere in these forums).

Both apps are great when you are using nokia...

Chero.
jpmatrix
gnome-phone-manager is only for sending sms, not?
what would be great is the ability to send/receive from ka/pi to the phone in bluetooth

edited: i've launched gnome-phone-manager on my xii13 c3000, discovered my nokia 6630 but i'm unable to go further..... the little icon in the tray icon has a red sign on it although the c3000 seems linked ...

message in syslog:
device bt_addr found
new connection device is empty
no device!

...
Chero
QUOTE(jpmatrix @ Mar 21 2007, 04:47 PM)
gnome-phone-manager  is only for sending sms, not?
what would be great is the ability to send/receive from ka/pi to the phone in bluetooth

edited: i've launched gnome-phone-manager on my xii13 c3000, discovered my nokia 6630 but i'm unable to go further..... the little icon in the tray icon has a red sign on it although the c3000 seems linked ...

message in syslog:
device bt_addr found
new connection device is empty
no device!

...
*


It can also receive sms (popup window)

gnome-phone-manager uses gnokii libs,
1. can you connect using xgnokii or gnokii command line ?
2. can you try launching gnome-phone-manager from command line, maybe there'll be some more output ?

Not sure I can help when you got the output, but I'll try and maybe it will help others.

Chero.
Chero
BTW jpmatrix : Happy Birthday !!
Antikx
QUOTE(Chero @ Mar 21 2007, 01:24 PM)
BTW jpmatrix : Happy Birthday !!
*

Ditto... and remember, getting older is better than the alternative. wink.gif
jpmatrix
QUOTE(Chero @ Mar 21 2007, 09:24 PM)
BTW jpmatrix : Happy Birthday !!
*


lol merci! smile.gif
jpmatrix
QUOTE(Chero @ Mar 21 2007, 09:05 PM)
gnome-phone-manager uses gnokii libs,
1. can you connect using xgnokii or gnokii command line ?


i don't know how to smile.gif

QUOTE(Chero @ Mar 21 2007, 09:05 PM)
2. can you try launching gnome-phone-manager from command line, maybe there'll be some more output ?

*


you know what ???? IT IS WORKING !!!
i launched gnome-phone-manager, it automatically links itself to my nokia and i could send an SMS from the Zaurus !!!!!!
but i don't know why it is working now......
daniel3000
QUOTE(jpmatrix @ Mar 22 2007, 02:19 PM)
you know what ???? IT IS WORKING !!!
i launched gnome-phone-manager, it automatically links itself to my nokia and i could send an SMS from the Zaurus !!!!!!
but i don't know why it is working now......
*


I just tried gnome-phone-manager (also installed libbtctl and gnome-bluetooth IPKs), but it does not work.
It asks for libebook-1.2.so.9

Anyone knows where I can get this?

The output of this would be interesting:

CODE
grep -H libebook /usr/lib/ipkg/info/*


If anyone could issue that command for me, it would be great!

thanks
daniel
jpmatrix
QUOTE(daniel3000 @ Mar 23 2007, 05:12 PM)
QUOTE(jpmatrix @ Mar 22 2007, 02:19 PM)
you know what ???? IT IS WORKING !!!
i launched gnome-phone-manager, it automatically links itself to my nokia and i could send an SMS from the Zaurus !!!!!!
but i don't know why it is working now......
*


I just tried gnome-phone-manager (also installed libbtctl and gnome-bluetooth IPKs), but it does not work.
It asks for libebook-1.2.so.9

Anyone knows where I can get this?

The output of this would be interesting:

CODE
grep -H libebook /usr/lib/ipkg/info/*


If anyone could issue that command for me, it would be great!

thanks
daniel
*



grep xxx ->
i've lots of entries.......
it seems to be tied to evolution-data-server
Chero
QUOTE(jpmatrix @ Mar 23 2007, 04:51 PM)
it seems to be tied to evolution-data-server
*


confirmed - it is an evolution-data-server lib
(It's in meanie's feed - where else ??)

Chero.
This is a "lo-fi" version of our main content. To view the full version with more information, formatting and images, please click here.
Invision Power Board © 2001-2014 Invision Power Services, Inc.