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Posts: 328 | Thanked: 72 times | Joined on Oct 2010 @ Venezuela
#771
Originally Posted by jdb2 View Post
Thanks for pointing that out. Unfortunately, I changed it to my phone number using the gconf editor and I still get "Operation Failed." :/

jdb2
why don't you try doing a fresh install,
apt-get remove --purge fmms
reboot
apt-get install fmms
it should automatically fetch your network settings, if not enter them manually, use small picture setting and havoc mode.

make sure that you double check your fmms gconf.xml
vim /var/lib/gconf/apps/fmms/\%gconf.xml
use i to edit, and
esc + wq! to save and quit
you may need to install vim if you dont already have it(apt-get install vim)
 
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#772
Originally Posted by mihapodb View Post
I tried many so many things, but after reflash it does not work anymore. I copied all MMS-es and probably settings too.

If I want to send an MMS I get error:

Operation failed
13, Permission denied
Any suggestions left?
 
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#773
Originally Posted by mihapodb View Post
Any suggestions left?
Did you make sure user has read/write access to the folder? What does it say in /tmp/fmms.log when you try to send?
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#774
I am pretty sure that user does not have permission.

But I need to know where should I give permisson? Which folders?

PS: I had the same problem with evilalarm and resoved it (root was the owner instead of user)
 
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#775
Hi frals, what config files do you need in order to assist me in troubleshooting my issue? Thanks
 
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#776
Originally Posted by carlon View Post
why don't you try doing a fresh install,
apt-get remove --purge fmms
reboot
apt-get install fmms
it should automatically fetch your network settings, if not enter them manually, use small picture setting and havoc mode.

make sure that you double check your fmms gconf.xml
vim /var/lib/gconf/apps/fmms/\%gconf.xml
use i to edit, and
esc + wq! to save and quit
you may need to install vim if you dont already have it(apt-get install vim)
Still no success -- same "Operation Failed" -- although I now get a little icon in the status area when the message is downloading.



Looking at the log, it seems that the python that handles the decoding and viewing of the message is crashing :

Code:
2011-03-03 12:59:36,644 fmms.controller: decode_binary_mms running: /home/user/.fmms/mms/2tid18329555736_1370uk
2011-03-03 12:59:36,653 fmms.__main__: Failed to open viewer with transaction id: 2tid18329555736_1370uk
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/opt/fmms/fmms_gui.py", line 450, in show_mms
    fMMSViewer.fMMS_Viewer(transactionid, spawner=self)
  File "/opt/fmms/fmms_viewer.py", line 59, in __init__
    self._parse_mms(fname, vbox)
  File "/opt/fmms/fmms_viewer.py", line 248, in _parse_mms
    self.cont.get_mms_from_push(filename)
  File "/opt/fmms/controller.py", line 286, in get_mms_from_push
    message = self.decode_binary_mms(path)
  File "/opt/fmms/controller.py", line 229, in decode_binary_mms
    message = MMSMessage.fromFile(path + "/message")
  File "/opt/fmms/mms/message.py", line 258, in fromFile
    return decoder.decodeFile(filename)
  File "/opt/fmms/mms/mms_pdu.py", line 80, in decodeFile
    return self.decodeData(data)
  File "/opt/fmms/mms/mms_pdu.py", line 96, in decodeData
    bodyIter = self.decodeMessageHeader()
  File "/opt/fmms/mms/mms_pdu.py", line 226, in decodeMessageHeader
    header, value = self.decodeHeader(dataIter)
  File "/opt/fmms/mms/mms_pdu.py", line 455, in decodeHeader
    header, value = wsp_pdu.Decoder.decodeHeader(byteIter) #MMSDecoder.decodeApplicationHeader(byteIter)
  File "/opt/fmms/mms/wsp_pdu.py", line 1312, in decodeHeader
    header, value = Decoder.decodeWellKnownHeader(byteIter)
  File "/opt/fmms/mms/wsp_pdu.py", line 1258, in decodeWellKnownHeader
    decodedValue = Decoder.decodeTextString(byteIter)
  File "/opt/fmms/mms/wsp_pdu.py", line 471, in decodeTextString
    byte = byteIter.next()
  File "/opt/fmms/mms/iterator.py", line 40, in next
    return self._it.next()
StopIteration
jdb2
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Last edited by jdb2; 2011-03-03 at 19:38.
 
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#777
Hi everybody!! Sorry for my bad english.

since i installed fmms i didn't managed to send or receive mms.
I use Bouygues Telecom in France, i check 100times my conf.
I've read the pages before but they don't help me to solve the problem.

I tried to use gconf editor to edit my number since i saw it was 0 in %gconf.xml but when i save and quit, if i go back to chek it there is the 0 in place of my number.

And when i tried to send a mms i've a message like that even if i resize the picture with the smaller option.

MMSC: 200_OK
BODY: {'Transaction-Id': 'xxxxxx', 'Message-ID':
'xxxxxxxxxxx@w.mms.bouyguestelecom.fr', 'MMS-
Version': '1.0', 'Message-Type': 'm-send-conf', 'Response-
Status': 'Error-sendind-address-unresolved'}

Thank for helping.
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File Type: zip FMMS log and gconf.zip (4.7 KB, 81 views)
 
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#778
What about delivery report on MMS ?
 
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#779
Originally Posted by skram01 View Post
Hi everybody!! Sorry for my bad english.

since i installed fmms i didn't managed to send or receive mms.
I use Bouygues Telecom in France, i check 100times my conf.
I've read the pages before but they don't help me to solve the problem.

I tried to use gconf editor to edit my number since i saw it was 0 in %gconf.xml but when i save and quit, if i go back to chek it there is the 0 in place of my number.

And when i tried to send a mms i've a message like that even if i resize the picture with the smaller option.

MMSC: 200_OK
BODY: {'Transaction-Id': 'xxxxxx', 'Message-ID':
'xxxxxxxxxxx@w.mms.bouyguestelecom.fr', 'MMS-
Version': '1.0', 'Message-Type': 'm-send-conf', 'Response-
Status': 'Error-sendind-address-unresolved'}

Thank for helping.
I also have Bouygues Telecom
This is setting :
MMSC : http://mms.bouygtel.com
Proxy HTTP : 62.201.129.226
Port :8080
Mode réseau : Poli (French Translation by N900)

And check you are using this connection, not wifi when sending.
 
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#780
[QUOTE=jdb2;959903]Still no success -- same "Operation Failed" -- although I now get a little icon in the status area when the message is downloading.



Looking at the log, it seems that the python that handles the decoding and viewing of the message is crashing :

Hi, I'm running out of ideas, the icon in the status area is because it set to havoc mode. Are you using a separate setting for MMS as opposed to your 3g/gsm browser settings. If you don't mind post your 3g/gsm config and the config that you use in the fmms app.
 
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