[Gta04-owner] QtMoko v44
ssj2micvm at gmail.com
Tue Apr 17 16:06:33 CEST 2012
Thanks again for these release Radek!
One small thing I noticed concerning the power indicator: it only
updates once I plug the usb cable in: After fully charging the device
and unplugging the cable, the battery status is not updated on the top
I tried your multiboot approach by doing the following:
- I created a gta04-init directory within the fat partition (otherwise
the shutdown menu does not show any option)
- I created a directory called /distros/SHR an putted the SHR rootfs inside
- I selected SHR from the dropdown menu and restarted the device
unfortunately it only moves the shr kernel to the fat partition but
does not load the shr rootfs. instead it starts the qtmoko rootfs. it
also does not reset the correct kernel after rebooting. what step am I
missing if I want to use multiboot with the UI? I know that I can fix
this by writing the correct parameteres into the bootdev file, but
from your youtube video it seems that should go automatically just b
using the qtmoko UI.
On 4/12/12, Radek Polak <psonek2 at seznam.cz> wrote:
> QtMoko v44 is now available for download . This should be best QtMoko
> release for GTA04 and i think i can recommend it for daily use. The GTA04 HW
> adaption is now nearly finished.
> Changes since v43:
> * using 115200 as initial speed for bluetooth uart
> * qmplayer can now play in fullscreen and pause on incoming call
> * enabled default suspend interval on battery (3 minutes)
> * you can set 1s interval in locked mode
> * usb mac address should be now really fixed
> * detecting cable using vbus sysfs node
> * added logos for sd card and nand boot
> * implemented rebooting to other distro
> * turing on/off bluetooth with rfkill on gta04
> * after boot bluetooth is now turned off on gta04
> * workarounded bug with gps preventing suspend on gta04
> The most important thing with this release is fixing suspend. It is now
> By default after boot bluetooth is now turned off, so you will get 25mA
> Do not forget to try the multiboot. Just unpack any distro to /distros,
> POWER and select if from and reboot there.
> I think you can now finally "just use" the phone. All you have to do should
> to charge it every second day. This was my goal and i think it has been
> reached now. Now I plan to spend time on not so important features, like
> keyboard, the app shop and freecell port ;-) Don't expect next release in
> few week - i think it's time to slow down.
> Btw you can also try 3.3 kernel. You can just:
> apt-get update
> apt-get remove linux-image-3.2-qtmoko-gta04
> apt-get install linux-image-3.3-qtmoko-gta04
> and reboot.
> In the end i'd like to send special thanks to Neil Brown for his kernel work
> and for answering all my questions.
> Enjoy the release
> PS: i will try to find time to do also release for GTA02
>  http://sourceforge.net/projects/qtmoko/files/GTA04/
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