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ShiroiKuma
QUOTE(datathief @ May 2 2008, 01:36 PM) *
No, I don't know how to do this. I don't reboot very often, though, so I haven't noticed the problem. smile.gif

Lucky you. I keep messing with X and end up doing lots of rebooting ohmy.gif( However, I've already set up a good security system, whereby I can mount the encrypted second partition on the SD, which mounts to home. Therefore even if the device gets stolen, none of your data is compromised.

QUOTE
When you reboot, does Windows Mobile have the correct time? If it does, maybe we can access that information somehow. Perhaps the modem knows the time (I've seen AT commands to query this - I'll look them up).

Yes, WM keeps the correct time. But perhaps it's as you say, since I've set the "automatically get time from network" or whatever that is...
datathief
QUOTE(ShiroiKuma @ May 2 2008, 12:23 PM) *
Yes, WM keeps the correct time. But perhaps it's as you say, since I've set the "automatically get time from network" or whatever that is...

There's a command get the time from the modem, but it doesn't return the date. sad.gif

It's possible that we could create some awful hack, like:
  • Write the date to a file
  • Reboot
  • Read date from file
  • Retrieve time from modem
This would only work if you restart Linux on the same day you reboot...
ShiroiKuma
Regarding xserver-titchy installation, it really is much simpler than the way full of hacks seen on my page.

I'm currently experiencing difficulties with my X setup, so would like to reinstall it using xserver-titchy, however I'm worried about the inability to start X as a regular user. Is this really not a problem for anyone, or is there a workaround to start it as non-root? I've been trying various tidbits to get it going as regular user, but without xdm cannot, and with xdm the X don't start with a working touchscreen etc.

Anyone able to use xserver-titchy and startx as a regular user?
ShiroiKuma
QUOTE(datathief @ May 2 2008, 03:16 PM) *
It's possible that we could create some awful hack, like:
  • Write the date to a file
  • Reboot
  • Read date from file
  • Retrieve time from modem
This would only work if you restart Linux on the same day you reboot...

I think this is a workable approach, since you usually reboot on the same day. And if you can get the time from the modem, then that would be fine. Much better anyway than to set the datetime by hand every reboot.
webdork
Has anyone else been successful in getting icewm in landscape mode? Every time I change the screen +/- 90 degrees it crashes X
datathief
htcunid 0.9 is available. Some bug fixes, and network and signal functions. To get network info:
CODE
htcunid network

To get a list of networks (you'll have to look the codes up somewhere):
CODE
htcunid network list

To connect to a specific network:
CODE
htcunid network <code>


htcuni-autosuspend 0.3 is available. Fixes a bug where multiple copies of the daemon could be started.

htcuni-keypress 0.1 is available. Handles the backlight, power, etc. buttons, in X and console.
ShiroiKuma
QUOTE
htcuni-autosuspend 0.3 is available. Fixes a bug where multiple copies of the daemon could be started.

I'm experience some issues of a moderately severe kind after installing and running htcuni-autosuspend, whereby after suspend if plugging in-out the AC adapter, the system wakes up half-way, to the suspend console, says a new USB device AC adapter was attached, then X need to be killed and the htcunid daemon stops responding and can't be restarted.

This even occurs when killing the autosuspend process before suspending by hand. I've seen some errors generated by the init.d htcuni-suspend daemon, but couldn't write them down, need to check what's going on.

Or it's potentially connected with swap. Should it be disabled before suspend and enabled afterwards? Didn't have suspend problems with it enabled before?

EDIT1: I think I've determined the problems are originated when suspend is initiated while disk activity is occurring. I've witnessed an instance of this while upgrading in aptitude. Therefore, the modification proposed in the following post is all the more needed. Obviously, you can stop the daemon by hand, but then if you forget, it leads to problems in critical cases like mine above.

EDIT2: Even when the suspend daemon is stopped, there are still random errors after some time associated with it or something hanging the htcunid. I've been able to log some error messages, I've gotten this a couple of times:
CODE
htcuni:~# /etc/rcS.d/S99htcuni-autosuspend: line 21: 2187 Terminated
setsid $DAEMON > /dev/null 2> /dev/null
/etc/rcS.d/S41htcunid: line 19: 2051 Illegal instruction setsid $DAEMON > /dev/null 2> /dev/null
ShiroiKuma
I'd recommend few changes, my problems aside, to the autosuspend scripts.

There should be a conf file, where the user would set among others the following things:

Suspend delay while on battery, 0 for no suspend
Suspend delay while on AC, 0 for no suspend
Applications, which when running no suspend

This is similar to not suspending the phone while in a call, but there are times when there is no keyboard activity and you don't want to suspend. Mplayer playing being the obvious choice, however also for instance aptitude or agt-get running, i.e. you're upgrading the system or installing packages, you don't need suspend. I'm sure there's others, so the user should be able to select when not to suspend.
datathief
QUOTE(ShiroiKuma @ May 4 2008, 11:49 AM) *
I'm experience some issues of a moderately severe kind after installing and running htcuni-autosuspend


I don't know what could be causing these problems. I haven't experienced them.

The errors you quoted include references to setsid. I moved to using setsid instead of start-stop-daemon because it's a simpler command - I can't imagine how it could be causing problems, but you could try:
CODE
sed -i "s/sedsid/start-stop-daemon --start --background --exec/" /etc/init.d/htcunid /etc/init.d/htcuni-autosuspend

and restart both daemons. If it helps, I'll make the same changes when I upload new versions.
ShiroiKuma
QUOTE(datathief @ May 5 2008, 05:57 AM) *
I don't know what could be causing these problems. I haven't experienced them.

The errors you quoted include references to setsid. I moved to using setsid instead of start-stop-daemon because it's a simpler command - I can't imagine how it could be causing problems, but you could try:
CODE
sed -i "s/sedsid/start-stop-daemon --start --background --exec/" /etc/init.d/htcunid /etc/init.d/htcuni-autosuspend

and restart both daemons. If it helps, I'll make the same changes when I upload new versions.

I'm gonna wait a while, maybe it was linked to the fact that I left the U compiling stuff while away, so will see.

I do get however the "Unknown Hz value" bug. Do you experience that too? Is it related with procps?
wolfy
Please help-me me quikly unsure.gif
I follow al instructions from http://sumoudou.org/ to installing Debian on Universal
I follow step to step al instructions from prepare SD card to install X
But here one problem stoped me
This is the code:
CODE
# aptitude install xdm
# cd /usr/bin
# mv X X.bak
# ln -s Xfbdev X
# chmod 2755 Xfbdev
# echo "xlogin*geometry: 520x400+60+40" >> /etc/X11/xdm/Xresources
# echo "xrandr -o right" >> /etc/X11/xdm/Xsetup
# mv /etc/X11/xdm/Xsession /etc/X11/xdm/Xsession.bak
# sed 's/. /etc/X11/Xsession/export/TSLIB_TSDEVICE=/dev/input/event0 . /etc/X11/Xsession/' < /etc/X11/xdm/Xsession.bak > /etc/X11/xdm/Xsession
# mv /etc/X11/xdm/Xservers /etc/X11/xdm/Xservers.bak
# sed 's/:0 local /usr/bin/X :0 vt7 -nolisten tcp/:0 local /usr/bin/X :0 vt7 -dpi 100 -nolisten tcp -fp /usr/share/fonts/X11/misc/' < /etc/X11/xdm/Xservers.bak > /etc/X11/xdm/Xservers


Evrything works fine but here is the problem:
CODE
# sed 's/. /etc/X11/Xsession/export/TSLIB_TSDEVICE=/dev/input/event0 . /etc/X11/Xsession/' < /etc/X11/xdm/Xsession.bak > /etc/X11/xdm/Xsession

When i wrote this i give some errors
Invalid 's` in char 9 Is everythink OK whith this code?
I understand.... The file from /etc/X11/xdm/Xsession is renamed in /etc/X11/xdm/Xservers.bak for backup to white TSLIB_TSDEVICE=/dev/input/event0 inside after that is renamed < /etc/X11/xdm/Xsession.bak > /etc/X11/xdm/Xsession
I make other combinations
# sed 's/
# 's/
# sed 's/. /etc/X11/Xsession/export/TSLIB_TSDEVICE=/dev/input/event0 . /etc/X11/Xsession/'
and many many others combinations and from one time command ts_calibrate whose work and ICEWM starts whith touchscreen. But i don`t now haw i made After reset my touchscreen not work sad.gif
Can anybody help me whith this code? to work the touchscreen?
I repeat procedure from begin whith
mke2fs /dev/sda1, aptitude and apt-get update from http://ftp.cz.debian.org/debian/ sid main etc etc etc

I wait some explanations to this unsure.gif
ShiroiKuma
QUOTE(wolfy @ May 5 2008, 10:29 AM) *
Evrything works fine but here is the problem:
CODE
# sed 's/. /etc/X11/Xsession/export/TSLIB_TSDEVICE=/dev/input/event0 . /etc/X11/Xsession/' < /etc/X11/xdm/Xsession.bak > /etc/X11/xdm/Xsession

This should be:
CODE
# sed 's/. \/etc\/X11\/Xsession/export\/TSLIB_TSDEVICE=\/dev\/input\/event0\n. \/etc\/X11\/Xsession/' < /etc/X11/xdm/Xsession.bak > /etc/X11/xdm/Xsession

and the following sed should read
CODE
# sed 's/:0 local \/usr\/bin\/X :0 vt7 -nolisten tcp/:0 local \/usr\/bin\/X :0 vt7 -dpi 100 -nolisten tcp -fp \/usr\/share\/fonts\/X11\/misc/' < /etc/X11/xdm/Xservers.bak > /etc/X11/xdm/Xservers

There's formatting issues with the slashes on my site, need to sort that out. Sorry about the confusion.
wolfy
QUOTE
There's formatting issues with the slashes on my site, need to sort that out. Sorry about the confusion.

OK thank`s i whill try whith that backslashers smile.gif
Now a repeat procedure from begining biggrin.gif
Please tellme
xserver-titchy-0.1.deb is or not necesary?
I see whith titcky instaled ICE WM starts in Portrait mode
But whithout titcky ICE WM starts in landscape mode and this in more good wink.gif
webdork
QUOTE(wolfy @ May 5 2008, 02:07 AM) *
QUOTE
There's formatting issues with the slashes on my site, need to sort that out. Sorry about the confusion.

OK thank`s i whill try whith that backslashers smile.gif
Now a repeat procedure from begining biggrin.gif
Please tellme
xserver-titchy-0.1.deb is or not necesary?
I see whith titcky instaled ICE WM starts in Portrait mode
But whithout titcky ICE WM starts in landscape mode and this in more good wink.gif


So when you remove the xserver-titchy.deb file icewm actually works in landscape mode?
wolfy
QUOTE(webdork @ May 5 2008, 02:32 AM) *
So when you remove the xserver-titchy.deb file icewm actually works in landscape mode?


No Not works, i try this wink.gif

Now i have another problem whith #ts_calibrate
Not work sad.gifsad.gifsad.gif

I put all this code modified whith backslashes.....
CODE
# aptitude install xdm
# cd /usr/bin
# mv X X.bak
# ln -s Xfbdev X
# chmod 2755 Xfbdev
# echo "xlogin*geometry: 520x400+60+40" >> /etc/X11/xdm/Xresources
# echo "xrandr -o right" >> /etc/X11/xdm/Xsetup
# mv /etc/X11/xdm/Xsession /etc/X11/xdm/Xsession.bak
# sed 's/. \/etc\/X11\/Xsession/export\/TSLIB_TSDEVICE=\/dev\/input\/event0\n. \/etc\/X11\/Xsession/' < /etc/X11/xdm/Xsession.bak > /etc/X11/xdm/Xsession
# mv /etc/X11/xdm/Xservers /etc/X11/xdm/Xservers.bak
# sed 's/:0 local \/usr\/bin\/X :0 vt7 -nolisten tcp/:0 local \/usr\/bin\/X :0 vt7 -dpi 100 -nolisten tcp -fp \/usr\/share\/fonts\/X11\/misc/' < /etc/X11/xdm/Xservers.bak > /etc/X11/xdm/Xservers


Works all whitout errors

After that i put this:
CODE
# mv /etc/rc2.d/S99xdm /etc/rc2.d/K01xdm
# mv /etc/rc3.d/S99xdm /etc/rc3.d/K01xdm
# mv /etc/rc4.d/S99xdm /etc/rc4.d/K01xdm
# mv /etc/rc5.d/S99xdm /etc/rc5.d/K01xdm


Work No errors

I make:
#logout

I loged again as root but
#ts_calibrate
Give me this sad.gifsad.gifsad.gifsad.gif
ts_open: No such file or directory

I tryed to work all fine... but isn`t sad.gif

What can i do???
ShiroiKuma
QUOTE(wolfy @ May 5 2008, 12:51 PM) *
I make:
#logout

I loged again as root but
#ts_calibrate
Give me this sad.gifsad.gifsad.gifsad.gif
ts_open: No such file or directory

I tryed to work all fine... but isn`t sad.gif

No problems, man, we'll solve it.

What's the feedback of the following commands:
CODE
# cat /etc/ts.conf
# echo $TSLIB_TSDEVICE
# cat /etc/X11/xdm/Xsession
# cat /etc/profile.d/tslib.sh
wolfy
QUOTE(ShiroiKuma @ May 5 2008, 04:13 AM) *
QUOTE(wolfy @ May 5 2008, 12:51 PM) *
I make:
#logout

I loged again as root but
#ts_calibrate
Give me this sad.gifsad.gifsad.gifsad.gif
ts_open: No such file or directory

I tryed to work all fine... but isn`t sad.gif

No problems, man, we'll solve it.

What's the feedback of the following commands:
CODE
# cat /etc/ts.conf
# echo $TSLIB_TSDEVICE
# cat /etc/X11/xdm/Xsession
# cat /etc/profile.d/tslib.sh



No work
#ts_calibrate
ts_open: No such file or directory

When i wrote TSLIB_TSDEVICE=/dev/input/event0 ts_calibrate give me this:
xres = 480, yres = 640
ts_read: invalid argument

I give it up sad.gif
ShiroiKuma
Run this and tell me what you see:
CODE
# cat /etc/ts.conf
# echo $TSLIB_TSDEVICE
# cat /etc/X11/xdm/Xsession
# cat /etc/profile.d/tslib.sh
wolfy
After comand #cat /etc/profile.d/tslib.sh is display this:
TSLIB_TSDEVICE=/dev/input/ts0

export TSLIB_TSDEVICE

After cat /etc/ts.conf this:
# Uncomment if you wish to use the linux input layer event interface
module_raw input grab_events=0

# Uncomment if you're using a Sharp Zaurus SL-5500/SL-5000d
# module_raw collie

# Uncomment if you're using a Sharp Zaurus SL-C700/C750/C760/C860
# module_raw corgi

# Uncomment if you're using a device with a UCB1200/1300/1400 TS interface
# module_raw ucb1x00

# Uncomment if you're using an HP iPaq h3600 or similar
# module_raw h3600

# Uncomment if you're using a Hitachi Webpad
# module_raw mk712

# Uncomment if you're using an IBM Arctic II
# module_raw arctic2

module pthres pmin=1
module variance delta=30
module dejitter delta=100
module linear

after cat /etc/X11/xdm/Xsession:
export/TSLIB_TSDEVICE=/dev/input/event0
. /etc/X11/Xsession

and after echo $TSLIB_TSDEVICE:
/dev/input/event0

unsure.gif unsure.gif unsure.gif
ShiroiKuma
Run this:
CODE
# sed -i 's/TSLIB_TSDEVICE=\/dev\/input\/ts0/TSLIB_TSDEVICE=\/dev\/input\/event0/' /etc/profile.d/tslib.sh
# sed -i 's/export\/TSLIB_TSDEVICE/export TSLIB_TSDEVICE/' /etc/X11/xdm/Xsession

Reboot.

After reboot issue echo $TSLIB_DEVICE as the first command, it should return /dev/input/event0.

Now ts_calibrate should work.
wolfy
QUOTE(ShiroiKuma @ May 5 2008, 05:08 AM) *
Run this:
CODE
# sed -i 's/TSLIB_TSDEVICE=\/dev\/input\/ts0/TSLIB_TSDEVICE=\/dev\/input\/event0/' /etc/profile.d/tslib.sh
# sed -i 's/export\/TSLIB_TSDEVICE/export TSLIB_TSDEVICE/' /etc/X11/xdm/Xsession

Reboot.

After reboot issue echo $TSLIB_DEVICE as the first command, it should return /dev/input/event0.

Now ts_calibrate should work.


Not work

After reboot this comand echo $TSLIB_DEVICE give me this /dev/input/ts0 #ts_calibrate steel not work sad.gif



Thx man, Thax all
For me is finish whith debian
Maibe in the future whill be one ICE WM or other WM easy to install, GPE install work fine but isn`t like IceWm

I keep my SD card formated whith ext2 for next time

sad.gif
p3t3r
QUOTE(wolfy @ May 5 2008, 03:42 PM) *
QUOTE(ShiroiKuma @ May 5 2008, 05:08 AM) *
Run this:
CODE
# sed -i 's/TSLIB_TSDEVICE=\/dev\/input\/ts0/TSLIB_TSDEVICE=\/dev\/input\/event0/' /etc/profile.d/tslib.sh
# sed -i 's/export\/TSLIB_TSDEVICE/export TSLIB_TSDEVICE/' /etc/X11/xdm/Xsession

Reboot.

After reboot issue echo $TSLIB_DEVICE as the first command, it should return /dev/input/event0.

Now ts_calibrate should work.


Not work

After reboot this comand echo $TSLIB_DEVICE give me this /dev/input/ts0 #ts_calibrate steel not work sad.gif



Thx man, Thax all
For me is finish whith debian
Maibe in the future whill be one ICE WM or other WM easy to install, GPE install work fine but isn`t like IceWm

I keep my SD card formated whith ext2 for next time

sad.gif


Strange - for me datathiefs instructions regarding X worked perfectly... I use(d) GPE, IceWM and now JWM without errors.
Just have one more try, maybe it'll work.
Cagnulein
some questions:
1) does it possible to increase the duration of vibro for a call? (no difference between sms and calls)
2) blink the right led when you've an unread items? i've seen the /sys/*led* but i don't know how to use them
3) does it possible to activate the loudspeaker?

i'm so close to 3 days of uptime to my uni: i'm so proud smile.gif
ShiroiKuma
QUOTE(p3t3r @ May 5 2008, 07:18 PM) *
Strange - for me datathiefs instructions regarding X worked perfectly... I use(d) GPE, IceWM and now JWM without errors.
Just have one more try, maybe it'll work.

I don't think they work perfectly, because installing xserver-titchy indeed lets you run X, however you can only log in as root, which is a significant flaw I think. I haven't been able to find a way to log in as a regular user using this method.
datathief
QUOTE(Cagnulein @ May 6 2008, 05:08 AM) *
some questions:
1) does it possible to increase the duration of vibro for a call? (no difference between sms and calls)

Look at /etc/htcunid/event.d/example - you'll see the commands used to turn on LEDs and vibration by setting /sys/class/leds/*/brightness.

QUOTE
2) blink the right led when you've an unread items? i've seen the /sys/*led* but i don't know how to use them

See above.

QUOTE
3) does it possible to activate the loudspeaker?

I haven't worked out how to do this yet.
datathief
QUOTE(ShiroiKuma @ May 6 2008, 07:32 AM) *
QUOTE(p3t3r @ May 5 2008, 07:18 PM) *
Strange - for me datathiefs instructions regarding X worked perfectly... I use(d) GPE, IceWM and now JWM without errors.
Just have one more try, maybe it'll work.

I don't think they work perfectly, because installing xserver-titchy indeed lets you run X, however you can only log in as root, which is a significant flaw I think. I haven't been able to find a way to log in as a regular user using this method.

I adapted xserver-titchy from the original Titchy - which had xdm and xfce4 installed by default. I would expect xdm to work "out of the box".
ShiroiKuma
QUOTE(datathief @ May 2 2008, 03:16 PM) *
There's a command get the time from the modem, but it doesn't return the date. sad.gif

It's possible that we could create some awful hack, like:
  • Write the date to a file
  • Reboot
  • Read date from file
  • Retrieve time from modem
This would only work if you restart Linux on the same day you reboot...

Can you specify the time retrieval command, so that I may implement this hack?
ShiroiKuma
QUOTE(datathief @ May 6 2008, 11:21 AM) *
I adapted xserver-titchy from the original Titchy - which had xdm and xfce4 installed by default. I would expect xdm to work "out of the box".

I wasn't able to run it and log in as a regular user, though it worked when logging in as root. Can anyone who is running xserver-titchy confirm that xdm runs by default and enables you to login as a regular user?
datathief
QUOTE(ShiroiKuma @ May 6 2008, 09:49 AM) *
QUOTE(datathief @ May 2 2008, 03:16 PM) *
There's a command get the time from the modem, but it doesn't return the date. sad.gif

It's possible that we could create some awful hack, like:
  • Write the date to a file
  • Reboot
  • Read date from file
  • Retrieve time from modem
This would only work if you restart Linux on the same day you reboot...

Can you specify the time retrieval command, so that I may implement this hack?

To retrieve the time from the modem:
CODE
htcunid atcmd AT@SYSTEMTIME


To set the time held by the modem:
CODE
htcunid atcmd AT@SYSTEMTIME=HH,MM,SS


It's possible to set the date, too, but I haven't found a way to retrieve it:
CODE
htcunid atcmd AT@SYSTEMTIME=HH,MM,SS,YYYY,MM,DD
wolfy
QUOTE(datathief @ May 6 2008, 01:21 AM) *
I adapted xserver-titchy from the original Titchy - which had xdm and xfce4 installed by default. I would expect xdm to work "out of the box".

Can you say when will be finish for download xserver-tytchy with xdm and xfce4?
xcfe4 WM look like here http://wiki.neilandtheresa.co.uk/Titchy_Linux/Screenshots ? because is verry cool
unsure.gif
datathief
QUOTE(wolfy @ May 6 2008, 02:26 PM) *
QUOTE(datathief @ May 6 2008, 01:21 AM) *
I adapted xserver-titchy from the original Titchy - which had xdm and xfce4 installed by default. I would expect xdm to work "out of the box".

Can you say when will be finish for download xserver-tytchy with xdm and xfce4?
xcfe4 WM look like here http://wiki.neilandtheresa.co.uk/Titchy_Linux/Screenshots ? because is verry cool
unsure.gif

XFCE4 seems to have grown, and requires around 300MB of disk space, so I'm looking for an alternative. If you really want to try it, I've updated the old titchy-desktop package to work on the Universal.
  • You may need to start from a clean rootfs. The changes from www.sumoudou.org might conflict.
  • Make sure your USB network is working.
  • Add this line to /etc/apt/sources.list:
    CODE
    deb http://debian.neilandtheresa.co.uk/ titchy/
  • Update your packages list:
    CODE
    apt-get update
  • Install Titchy
    CODE
    apt-get install titchy-desktop
  • Wait for about 90MB of packages to download...
  • If XDM doesn't start, try:
    CODE
    /etc/init.d/xdm restart

Note: I have not tested this from a clean install, so it's possible that other packages will be needed. I think it will work, though.
wolfy
QUOTE(datathief @ May 6 2008, 07:21 AM) *
QUOTE(wolfy @ May 6 2008, 02:26 PM) *
QUOTE(datathief @ May 6 2008, 01:21 AM) *
I adapted xserver-titchy from the original Titchy - which had xdm and xfce4 installed by default. I would expect xdm to work "out of the box".

Can you say when will be finish for download xserver-tytchy with xdm and xfce4?
xcfe4 WM look like here http://wiki.neilandtheresa.co.uk/Titchy_Linux/Screenshots ? because is verry cool
unsure.gif

XFCE4 seems to have grown, and requires around 300MB of disk space, so I'm looking for an alternative. If you really want to try it, I've updated the old titchy-desktop package to work on the Universal.
  • You may need to start from a clean rootfs. The changes from www.sumoudou.org might conflict.
  • Make sure your USB network is working.
  • Add this line to /etc/apt/sources.list:
    CODE
    deb http://debian.neilandtheresa.co.uk/ titchy/
  • Update your packages list:
    CODE
    apt-get update
  • Install Titchy
    CODE
    apt-get install titchy-desktop
  • Wait for about 90MB of packages to download...
  • If XDM doesn't start, try:
    CODE
    /etc/init.d/xdm restart
Note: I have not tested this from a clean install, so it's possible that other packages will be needed. I think it will work, though.


OK Thx wink.gif
in sources.list i whill change and i whill put this:
deb http://debian.neilandtheresa.co.uk/ titchy/

and second line deb-srt?
put this:?
deb-srt http://debian.neilandtheresa.co.uk/ titchy/

is needed??

And whith space.... no problem
My download is faster and i have one 4Gb SD
I whill repeat install from begining with mke2fs

SWAP Partition is needed?
ShiroiKuma
Datathief, how do you switch ttys, I can't figure out the key combo here, I've tried Ctrl-Alt-Fn-2 etc. and similar ones, but nothing. It seems F2-F7 buttons are not mapped or am I wrong?
webdork
Anyone know how to map the | (break) key?
Cagnulein
QUOTE(ShiroiKuma @ May 6 2008, 10:30 PM) *
Datathief, how do you switch ttys, I can't figure out the key combo here, I've tried Ctrl-Alt-Fn-2 etc. and similar ones, but nothing. It seems F2-F7 buttons are not mapped or am I wrong?


to switching ttys you have to push: Ctrl+Alt+ from SoftKeyLeft to SoftKeyRight are Fn. So SoftKeyLeft is F2, next is F3, F4, SoftKeyRight is F5 and the HangButton is F6...i haven't found F1

QUOTE(webdork @ May 7 2008, 02:06 AM) *
Anyone know how to map the | (break) key?


The | is the key right to the space (SIMB. here)
ShiroiKuma
QUOTE(Cagnulein @ May 7 2008, 07:00 AM) *
to switching ttys you have to push: Ctrl+Alt+ from SoftKeyLeft to SoftKeyRight are Fn. So SoftKeyLeft is F2, next is F3, F4, SoftKeyRight is F5 and the HangButton is F6...i haven't found F1

Hmmm... So if I'd switch to tty2, how am I gonna get back to X, if there's no F7? Wait, isn't there a shell command to switch to another tty?
datathief
QUOTE(ShiroiKuma @ May 7 2008, 08:30 AM) *
QUOTE(Cagnulein @ May 7 2008, 07:00 AM) *
to switching ttys you have to push: Ctrl+Alt+ from SoftKeyLeft to SoftKeyRight are Fn. So SoftKeyLeft is F2, next is F3, F4, SoftKeyRight is F5 and the HangButton is F6...i haven't found F1

Hmmm... So if I'd switch to tty2, how am I gonna get back to X, if there's no F7? Wait, isn't there a shell command to switch to another tty?

At the console, alt + cursor left/right move through the VTs. Oh, and chvt 7 will get back to X. The F-keys need mapping somewhere...
ShiroiKuma
Full X with phone utilities installed working image available

I've generated a full working image of the Debian GNU/Linux for the Universal, that contains X with xdm and icewm installed as the WM. And it includes full working datathief's phone scripts, and also additional generated kernel modules to enable mounting LUKS/DM encrypted volumes.

The image is easily installed in three steps and gives you a full working X phone distribution without additional modifications right after install.

It's huge though, 245 Megs bzipped, expanded takes around 600 Megs.

You can get it with the instructions on install at: http://sumoudou.org/index.php?cmd=%E7%9B%B...the%20Universal

BTW, it is Debian Sid, i.e. unstable, not Lenny, i.e. Testing.
ShiroiKuma
QUOTE(Cagnulein @ May 7 2008, 07:00 AM) *
to switching ttys you have to push: Ctrl+Alt+ from SoftKeyLeft to SoftKeyRight are Fn. So SoftKeyLeft is F2, next is F3, F4, SoftKeyRight is F5 and the HangButton is F6...i haven't found F1

Maybe this works in console, but not in X, just tried.

In X, just chvt ...
datathief
QUOTE(ShiroiKuma @ May 7 2008, 09:09 AM) *
Full X with phone utilities installed working image available

I've generated a full working image of the Debian GNU/Linux for the Universal, that contains X with xdm and icewm installed as the WM. And it includes full working datathief's phone scripts, and also additional generated kernel modules to enable mounting LUKS/DM encrypted volumes.

The image is easily installed in three steps and gives you a full working X phone distribution without additional modifications right after install.

It's huge though, 245 Megs bzipped, expanded takes around 600 Megs.

You can get it with the instructions on install at: http://sumoudou.org/index.php?cmd=%E7%9B%B...the%20Universal

BTW, it is Debian Sid, i.e. unstable, not Lenny, i.e. Testing.

You may want to put my debian repository in your sources.list, for ease of upgrading the htcuni-* packages (I'll start putting them in the repository today or tomorrow).

CODE
deb http://debian.neilandtheresa.co.uk/ titchy/
wolfy
QUOTE(ShiroiKuma @ May 7 2008, 01:09 AM) *
Full X with phone utilities installed working image available

I've generated a full working image of the Debian GNU/Linux for the Universal, that contains X with xdm and icewm installed as the WM. And it includes full working datathief's phone scripts, and also additional generated kernel modules to enable mounting LUKS/DM encrypted volumes.

The image is easily installed in three steps and gives you a full working X phone distribution without additional modifications right after install.

It's huge though, 245 Megs bzipped, expanded takes around 600 Megs.

You can get it with the instructions on install at: http://sumoudou.org/index.php?cmd=%E7%9B%B...the%20Universal

BTW, it is Debian Sid, i.e. unstable, not Lenny, i.e. Testing.



Uau greats news Tomorow i will untar this roots smile.gif smile.gif smile.gif

this full phone functions include mp3libs whith mplayer?

and another question I have one 16 Gb SDHC i can used ? linux kernel can read?
ShiroiKuma
QUOTE(wolfy @ May 7 2008, 01:33 PM) *
this full phone functions include mp3libs whith mplayer?

and another question I have one 16 Gb SDHC i can used ? linux kernel can read?

Yeah, it includes everything fully configured, thus also the mp3libs with a functioning mplayer.

16GB card will work without a problem.
datathief
Announcement

I've built the following packages and uploaded them to my Debian repository:
  • titchy-hardware-support - low-level hardware essentials, including keymap, firmware, sound settings and hacks
  • titchy-phone-daemon - handles phone events, dialling, SMS, GPRS, etc.
  • titchy-button-daemon - handles power button, backlight button, etc.
  • titchy-alarm-daemon - handles alarms
  • titchy-autosuspend-daemon - used to be htcuni-autosuspend
  • titchy-base - installs all of the above except titchy-phone-daemon (which is Uni-specific)
To install, add this line to your /etc/apt/sources.list:
CODE
deb http://debian.neilandtheresa.co.uk/ titchy/

and type:
CODE
apt-get update
apt-get install titchy-base titchy-phone-daemon


Edit: I've had some problems with my webserver caching old versions of files. If you've had problems, try "apt-get update" again now.
wolfy
QUOTE
Announcement
I've built the following packages and uploaded them to my Debian repository:[list]
[*]titchy-hardware-support - low-level hardware essentials, including keymap, firmware, sound settings and hacks


QUOTE
Full X with phone utilities installed working image available

I've generated a full working image of the Debian GNU/Linux for the Universal, that contains X with xdm and icewm installed as the WM. And it includes full working datathief's phone scripts, and also additional generated kernel modules to enable mounting LUKS/DM encrypted volumes.



Uau greats greats news smile.gif smile.gif
I m verry happy for this
I think Debian GNU whill be my 1st OS in my Uni smile.gif

I m here in this forum from few day and i can see and understant your work for as beginers in Linux... and from here Universal device will be have another future and another oportunities whith Linux OS

I want Thank You, I learn and understant someting that whose unknow for me Linux sistem wink.gif

More succes for future in yours activity!!!
ShiroiKuma
QUOTE(datathief @ May 7 2008, 04:48 PM) *
Announcement
I've built the following packages and uploaded them to my Debian repository:[list]

Man... now you tell me, after I've spent the night building the rootfs and now it's not up-to-date with your packages rolleyes.gif
Sam Liddicott
QUOTE(ShiroiKuma @ May 7 2008, 05:27 PM) *
QUOTE(datathief @ May 7 2008, 04:48 PM) *
Announcement
I've built the following packages and uploaded them to my Debian repository:[list]

Man... now you tell me, after I've spent the night building the rootfs and now it's not up-to-date with your packages rolleyes.gif


I suppose a dselect update will get them?

Sam
datathief
QUOTE(ShiroiKuma @ May 7 2008, 04:27 PM) *
Man... now you tell me, after I've spent the night building the rootfs and now it's not up-to-date with your packages rolleyes.gif

Sorry! There aren't many functional changes, it's mostly just a repackaging thing. I'm about to start building a rootfs that runs on both the Zaurus and the Uni, and I wanted to get the packages tidy first.
ShiroiKuma
QUOTE(datathief @ May 7 2008, 07:57 PM) *
Sorry! There aren't many functional changes, it's mostly just a repackaging thing. I'm about to start building a rootfs that runs on both the Zaurus and the Uni, and I wanted to get the packages tidy first.

What's the perceived benefit in having a rootfs of this sort? Wouldn't it be better to keep them separate?
ArchiMark
QUOTE(ShiroiKuma @ May 7 2008, 11:58 AM) *
QUOTE(datathief @ May 7 2008, 07:57 PM) *
Sorry! There aren't many functional changes, it's mostly just a repackaging thing. I'm about to start building a rootfs that runs on both the Zaurus and the Uni, and I wanted to get the packages tidy first.

What's the perceived benefit in having a rootfs of this sort? Wouldn't it be better to keep them separate?


Isn't it to help dummies like me, ShiroiKuma????

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datathief
QUOTE(ShiroiKuma @ May 7 2008, 06:58 PM) *
QUOTE(datathief @ May 7 2008, 07:57 PM) *
Sorry! There aren't many functional changes, it's mostly just a repackaging thing. I'm about to start building a rootfs that runs on both the Zaurus and the Uni, and I wanted to get the packages tidy first.

What's the perceived benefit in having a rootfs of this sort? Wouldn't it be better to keep them separate?

Academic interest, really - I just want to see if I can do it. smile.gif
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