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#41
Originally Posted by mistman View Post
No i followed the guide for installing to internal memory.

Also changed kernel to boot from mmblk0p2 rather than mmc.
Do you have a memory card plugged in your N900? Any memory card?
 

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#42
at this moment in time i do not i removed card from device to make sure i didnt have any corruption when installing.

Must say previos versions on nitdroid worked fine but only used version up to 0.9.
 
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#43
Originally Posted by e-yes View Post
I can't consider that's good codename for NIT, because Soviet moon program was canceled.
True, true.
 
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#44
What about SPUTNIK, when we(read: NIT team) get phone calls working?
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#45
Need a little help please.

I have followed the instructions on the wiki

(http://wiki.maemo.org/Nitdroid_easy_...development.29)

to install and have got as far as:-

"leafpad /etc/multiboot.d/11"

after entering this command a blank leafpad opened, now, was I supposed to press enter or just press 'tab'?

In Terminal I'm left with this:-


Could anyone rescue this for me and tell me what to enter to get up the leafpad file so I can edit it...instructions for an idiot please.

thanks in advance


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#46
Originally Posted by Dancairo View Post
Need a little help please.

I have followed the instructions on the wiki

(http://wiki.maemo.org/Nitdroid_easy_...development.29)

to install and have got as far as:-

"leafpad /etc/multiboot.d/11"

after entering this command a blank leafpad opened, now, was I supposed to press enter or just press 'tab'?

In Terminal I'm left with this:-


Could anyone rescue this for me and tell me what to enter to get up the leafpad file so I can edit it...instructions for an idiot please.

thanks in advance


Dan
once you have typed leafpad /etc/multiboot.d/11 then press tab which should auto fill the rest of the file name, then press enter.
 

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#47
NOTHING is noob proof because noobs are so ingenious.
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#48
Originally Posted by DJRedline View Post
once you have typed leafpad /etc/multiboot.d/11 then press tab which should auto fill the rest of the file name, then press enter.
Thanks for the quick reply DJ
So, from where my cursor is in terminal (in the pic) i can just type "leafpad /etc/multiboot.d/11" again and press tab?

Last edited by Dancairo; 2011-04-14 at 11:32.
 
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Originally Posted by vi_ View Post
NOTHING is noob proof because noobs are so ingenious.
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#50
Originally Posted by hawaii View Post
Is there a way to "reset" battery calibration? My battery is completely charged, yet to NITDroid it appears low.
I had that problem with the earlier Gingerbread build, my solution (because it kept turning itself off) was to plug it into the charger for a few minutes until it updated the battery reading. I don't get why it saves the battery reading on shutdown and not take a new reading on bootup, surely there must be some Android phones with removable batteries, and it would be nice if there was a better solution than this.
 
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