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Angstrom & OpenZaurus / Problems
« on: May 25, 2009, 08:10:45 am »
Quote from: utx
This is a problem of the kernel. According to the Cyril Hrubiš's blog and private talk, touch screen code in the kernel needs rewrite: Current implementation is polling based, but it should be interrupt based. To eliminate noise, reading of touchscreen should be synchronized with the LCD panel refresh.

As an ugly work-around you can use tslib filtering.

Note: Collie have had the same problem in past.

well, i somehow got tslib to work, and using ts_test i get a really good result using the touchscreen. unfortunately, when using xournal, the result is still unusable. it seems, ts_test DOES use the device through the filtering using the env-vars, but the xournal for example not. is there a way to have the flitering used by all programs? unfortunatly i can't even say whether it is using filtering other then in ts_test. is there somewhere to look it up? setup and daemon seems to get started, following init.d (there is a start script, using the ts.conf) - if i have an invalid ts.conf screen does not work at all. so it seems to get loaded at least.

thanks for any advice...


Angstrom & OpenZaurus / Problems
« on: April 08, 2009, 11:04:32 am »
hey guys,

thanks a lot for this. so thats the reason for this. hm, it used to work fine with 2.6.23, so i thought this wouldn't really be something of the kernel, but ok.

kind regards,


Angstrom & OpenZaurus / Problems
« on: April 07, 2009, 07:12:59 am »

I am using latest angstroem kernel 2.6.26 on my zaurus. After the upgrade to this kernel everything works as supposed, even better poverall performance. i was experimenting with window manager xfce, but didn't work out. now that i return to matchbox, actually setting everything back to matchbox i have a strange behaviour in xournal.

When trying to "write" or set marks to whatever the touchscreen seems to be really really sensible as it is almost unpossible to make a more or less good line. i have marks looking like a heartbeat in fact when trying to make a straight line?

does anyone have any idea where to begin searching for this thing? i liked xournal, but now its almost unusable as i can't write anything. when trying to write the marks get absolutely unreadable. besides of this all the otherthings are working fine...

kind regards,

Oliver Zieger

Angstrom & OpenZaurus / Bluetooth Works On Ångström
« on: November 07, 2008, 03:05:23 am »
To all BT-Support Searchers,

Try to get a Nokia Card. Nokia Connectivity Pack is more spread in Ebay, cheaper in Ebay and it Works out of the box with the latest angstrom Kernel (2.6.24).



Debian / Bluetooth On
« on: November 04, 2008, 08:31:35 am »
Quote from: Shem
VERY strange: I've got bluetooth "working", that is, hcitool scans for macaddresses, and finds 3. That ok. But the thing is, is displays the mac-addresses wrong. It randomly adds 00:02 of 00:01 before the mac, and substracts the last 2 octets. Ofcourse, "hcitool name xx:xx:xx:xx:xx" gives me nothing. But when I enter the right mac (learned from another PC), it can find all the info..

Any idea anyone? I have to load bluecard_cs manually to enable my card.. Maybe not compatible with the kernel or something?

Please help me out ..


what did you do to get it working, i have similar problem running 2.6.24 - but i did not succed in getting it to the point you did.

i have another card, using the same chipset, but have already tried to bind to bluecard_cs.

thanks a lot for your info...


General Discussion / Irc Channels - Connection Refused
« on: November 04, 2008, 05:22:02 am »
Hi guys,

i just tried to connect to angstrom irc channel, using mirc and irc2go - neither of them could connected - i got connection refused all the time.

do your irc connections work, is it because of to many connections? any idea?

cheers, Oliver

Angstrom & OpenZaurus / Bluetooth Works On Ångström
« on: November 03, 2008, 09:28:16 am »
hey guys,

so in fact in the meantime i am searching for either bt2000e_cs compiled for 2.6.24/26 angstrom, (from

i know it should work with serial_cs - but it doesn't.

does anyone have one of those driver modules?

for a full picture of my problem:

pccardctl info => btcard bound to serial_cs
dmesg states that gets initialized as ttyS4
hci_uart, serial_cs,8250,  all bluetooth modules are loaded

when doing
hciattach /dev/ttyS4 ericsson (using speed statements, or not, flow or not, using different chipsets)
hciconfig -a results in
BD Adress: 00:00:00:00:00:00

on hciconfig hci0 up
can't init device hci0: connection timed out (110)

actually i can't believe that the card is not working: worked outofthebox with pdaxrom running 2.4.20 Kernel.

ok, the card is a ambicom BT2000E, identification works fine using pccardctl

cheers, Oliver

Angstrom & OpenZaurus / Usb Network - Connection Problem
« on: November 03, 2008, 04:31:56 am »
i wonder, whether you have a running usb-net connection between winxp and angstrom?

i finally found statements that due to an kernel bug this would not work. using pdaxrom it worked, but this used another windows driver, not rndis, but 3ndis - now with most recent angstrom i have a driver that cannot get initialized on windows side.

anyone running this constellation?

cheers, Oliver

Angstrom & OpenZaurus / Bluetooth Works On Ångström
« on: November 03, 2008, 04:29:23 am »
Quote from: ShiroiKuma
I've spent many days trying to get bluetooth to work under Ångström with an Anycom card that worked under OZ. Figured it out finally.

Bluetooth works under Ångström

Hey guys,

I ran over plenty of dicussions and info over bluetooth cf cards an angstrom. this post from 2007 was pretty positive on bluetooth, since i already tried various kernels, and chip sets. now i installed your kernel 2.6.20 but using my bt2000e card, which uses the serial_cs i couldn't get it working since i have no appropriate kernel-modules.

i just wonder, whether this patch (pdax-patch) has been excluded in the meantime from angstrom (kernel 2.6.26).

if so, i would not need to make any efforts to build the missing kernel-modules, because your solution would not work for me.

basically i have an already documented hciattach error, because my card using serial_cs, and 8250 (in angstrom 2.6.24 module 8250 actually gets loaded without error - in controverse to your solution mentioned above).

does any one have a running bt2000e card with recent angstrom?

i used hciattach with ericsson chip set and it worked without error, but hciconfig up retournes as already stated in discussions and howtos a timeout. i tried plenty of solutions, but before continueing i'd like to know whether someone has this card running on angstrom, if so, using which kernel.

my system recognizes the card properly and initializes needed modules. i tried manual modprobe, but hciattach did not succed, even though trying different setserial speeds, because this was an error in history.

thanks a lot


Angstrom & OpenZaurus / Angstrom Upgrade Questions
« on: November 03, 2008, 03:56:07 am »
Quote from: agosine
I installed the latest Anstrom (zImage-2.6.24-akita-20080607124504.bin & Angstrom-x11-image-glibc-ipk-2007.12-r17-akita.rootfs.tar.gz) images on my C1000 followed by 'ipkg update' and 'ipkg upgrade'.  There were no upgrades and almost no additional packages available.  Through a little digging I found a link to the 2008 package build feed.  I updated the file paths in /etc/ipkg and was able to see the packages without issue.

This is where my problems start.  Running 'ipkg upgrade' works 97% without errors.  There were 2 symbolic link errors with libhal1 and libdsub which I fixed manually.  When I reboot though OE fails to start.

Any suggestions?  Should I wait for a Angstrom-x11-image-glibc-ipk-2008 build?

I installed similar but angstrom-gpe-image 2007.12. installation and upgrade ran fine, but had to rerun ipkg upgrade, because not everything was updated properly on first run.

but angstrom ran fine afterwards...

cheers, Oliver

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