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12 Jul 2018
I am finally getting around to trying to get mobile data connection going on my Gemini. But I am having no luck. To say that I have been struggling would be an overstatement, since I simply have gotten nowhere at all...

What happens when I try to power on cellular in cmst is that I get an error message saying:
Error Name: org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.UnknownObject
Error Message: Method "SetProperty" with signature "sv" on interface "net.connman.Technology" doesn't exist

So, ofono and/or connman has not registered stuff related to the cellular modem?
I really have no idea of where to go from here, and what to check for troubleshooting. I tried running ofonod in debug-log mode, and got a whole bunch of info...
When I just check the logs from ofono (with normal logging) I get:
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nov 03 18:16:43 halleck systemd[1]: Started oFono Mobile telephony stack.
nov 03 18:16:43 halleck ofonod[680]: Excluding Sierra modem driver
nov 03 18:16:43 halleck ofonod[680]: Excluding ZTE modem driver
nov 03 18:16:43 halleck ofonod[680]: Excluding Icera modem driver
nov 03 18:16:43 halleck ofonod[680]: Excluding Calypso modem driver
nov 03 18:16:43 halleck ofonod[680]: Excluding MBM modem driver
nov 03 18:16:43 halleck ofonod[680]: Excluding Telit modem driver
nov 03 18:16:43 halleck ofonod[680]: Excluding HSO modem driver
nov 03 18:16:43 halleck ofonod[680]: Excluding Infineon modem driver
nov 03 18:16:43 halleck ofonod[680]: Excluding STE modem driver
nov 03 18:16:43 halleck ofonod[680]: Excluding Dialup modem driver
nov 03 18:16:43 halleck ofonod[680]: Excluding Hands-Free Profile Driver
nov 03 18:16:43 halleck ofonod[680]: Excluding SpeedUp modem driver
nov 03 18:16:43 halleck ofonod[680]: Excluding Phone Simulator driver
nov 03 18:16:43 halleck ofonod[680]: Excluding CDMA AT modem driver
nov 03 18:16:43 halleck ofonod[680]: Excluding External Hands-Free Profile Plugin
nov 03 18:16:43 halleck ofonod[680]: Excluding Dial-up Networking Profile Plugins
nov 03 18:16:43 halleck ofonod[680]: Excluding BlueZ 5 Utils Plugin
nov 03 18:16:43 halleck ofonod[680]: Excluding Hands-Free Audio Gateway Profile Plugins
nov 03 18:16:43 halleck ofonod[680]: Excluding CDMA provisioning Plugin
nov 03 18:16:44 halleck ofonod[680]: /build/glib2.0-0KXPIe/glib2.0-2.50.3/./gobject/gsignal.c:2523: signal 'DisplayPowerStateChange' is invalid for instance '0x7f942ff2b0' of type 'ComCanonicalUnityScreenProxy'
nov 03 18:16:44 halleck ofonod[680]: ofonod[680]: parse_devices_reply: found 1st battery device: /org/freedesktop/UPower/devices/battery_battery
nov 03 18:16:44 halleck ofonod[680]: parse_devices_reply: found 1st battery device: /org/freedesktop/UPower/devices/battery_battery
nov 03 18:16:54 halleck ofonod[680]: ofonod[680]: RIL version 14
nov 03 18:16:54 halleck ofonod[680]: RIL version 14
nov 03 18:17:03 halleck ofonod[680]: ofonod[680]: ril_0 disconnected
nov 03 18:17:03 halleck ofonod[680]: ril_0 disconnected
nov 03 18:17:07 halleck ofonod[680]: ofonod[680]: RIL version 14
nov 03 18:17:07 halleck ofonod[680]: RIL version 14
nov 03 18:17:17 halleck ofonod[680]: ofonod[680]: ril_0 disconnected
nov 03 18:17:17 halleck ofonod[680]: ril_0 disconnected
nov 03 18:17:23 halleck ofonod[680]: ofonod[680]: RIL version 14
nov 03 18:17:23 halleck ofonod[680]: RIL version 14
nov 03 18:17:32 halleck ofonod[680]: ofonod[680]: ril_0 disconnected
nov 03 18:17:32 halleck ofonod[680]: ril_0 disconnected
nov 03 18:17:38 halleck ofonod[680]: ofonod[680]: RIL version 14
nov 03 18:17:38 halleck ofonod[680]: RIL version 14
nov 03 18:17:47 halleck ofonod[680]: ofonod[680]: ril_0 disconnected
nov 03 18:17:47 halleck ofonod[680]: ril_0 disconnected


And so on forever. What should I check to find out what is going on?

(Note, I did have to reflash my device completely once, but I believe that I got the NVRAM backup back into its correct place, see separate thread of mine)
7 Jul 2018
I'm trying to configure i3 to run on my Gemini, which may seem like a very strange thing to do, but I think that a keyboard-centric environment may turn out to be a really nice thing for the Gemini. Anyway, I am having trouble with the brightmess controls, and I'm wondering if anyone has any tips for me.

I have tried running the brightness control scripts that LxQt uses, but nothing happens. Looking a little bit deeper into them, I realize that they send dbus commands to the repowerd daemon. And looking at the logs:

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repowerd[683]: g_dbus_connection_call_sync_internal: assertion 'object_path != NULL && g_variant_is_object_path (object_path)' failed
repowerd[683]: LogindSessionTracker: dbus_get_session_uid() failed to get session uid:


Sooo, something is going on with a logind uid?

I tried looking at the logs that repowerd spits out when i log into LxQt vs i3, and it appears that when I log into LxQt a lot of stuff happens, like logind/seat/dbus stuff. But when I log into i3, nothing. However, if I log in to LxQt and log out and into i3 without a reboot I get working brightness controls.

What is the magic that LxQt does, and how do i replicate it?
7 Jul 2018
The amount of logs generated by the kernel in TP1 & TP2 is astounding. Is there any way to turn off or reduce these logs? They make the system log difficult to use for debugging other things...
27 Jun 2018
Oh, what have I done now?!

I was flashing TP2 and Android onto my gemini, and there was an error halfway through. So I tried again, and again, and again. But I keep getting "Invalid ROM or PMT address", no matter what I do.

If I remove the flash tool and the firmware directory and start over I first get another error message, something very unhelpful about "MSP ERROE Code: 0x00"
But if I then try again I get the Invalid... error again

I've tried to do an AndroidOnly flash, but then I get an error message about the partition table being wrong, and that I should select "Firmware Upgrade" and try again. Which I obviously already had selected...

What do I do? Do I need to do a reformat, somehow? And how do I do that safely?

Thanks
Lars
26 Jun 2018
If I understand correctly there was a Technical Preview 2 of Debian released on the 22nd of June, but I have been unable to find any information about the differences between TP1 and TP2.
Should I reflash, or is a TP1 followed by a dist-upgrade and a kernel update the same as TP2?

Sources:
Planet Computers news: http://support.planetcom.co.uk/index.php/Main_Page
Gemian wiki: https://github.com/gemian/gemini-keyboard-a.../wiki/DebianTP2

Is there a developer channel somewhere where things like this are discussed? The #gemini-pda irc channel I would assume to be mainly about Android.
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