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#21
Originally Posted by uvatbc View Post
There is a workaround: I have always installed on my n900 from xterm:
sudo gainroot ; dpkg -i qgvdial<whatever>.deb
Ok, but now I have a missing dependency: qgvdial depends on libqtm-multimedia Should I go ahead and install that package as well?

Nope, even doing it by hand produces errors when installing qgvdial...

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Originally Posted by delaroca View Post
Ok, but now I have a missing dependency: qgvdial depends on libqtm-multimedia Should I go ahead and install that package as well?
Yes. qgvdial requires that lib to play voice mail. It will not install without it, and if you force install then it will crash on start because of missing shared objects.

btw, to all the Maemo gurus out here, I need help understanding this debian problem.
It seems there are other people who have faced the same problem with the debs they created. What is the solution?
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Originally Posted by uvatbc View Post
It seems there are other people who have faced the same problem with the debs they created. What is the solution?
Even by hand, still qgvdial doesn't install properly...

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Originally Posted by delaroca View Post
Even by hand, still qgvdial doesn't install properly...
Ok. What was the command you entered and what was the error?
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Originally Posted by uvatbc View Post
Ok. What was the command you entered and what was the error?
Code:
home/user # dpkg -i qgvdial_0.1.606-1_armel.deb
Selecting previously deselected package qgvdial.
(Reading database ... 26267 files and directories currently installed.)
Unpacking qgvdial (from qgvdial_0.1.606-1_armel.deb) ...
Setting up qgvdial (0.1.606-1) ...
dpkg (subprocess): unable to execute post-installation script: No such file
or directory
dpkg: error processing qgvdial (--install):
 subprocess post-installation script returned error exit status 2
Errors were encountered while processing:
 qgvdial
/home/user #
Previously I had installed successfully 'libqtm-multimedia'.

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Originally Posted by delaroca View Post
Code:
dpkg (subprocess): unable to execute post-installation script: No such file
or directory
dpkg: error processing qgvdial (--install):
 subprocess post-installation script returned error exit status 2
Errors were encountered while processing:
 qgvdial
/home/user #
I could not reproduce this at my end, but I have some guesses:
On your n900 do you have bash installed? If you do not, that might have been the problem.
You should not need to install it, so I've changed my post install script to use sh. sh should be a symlink to busybox which must be present given that you were able to open an xterm.

The new version is up on the google code download list.
Thanks for testing.
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#27
New maemo deb uploaded: This one now can be installed via the application manager.

I'm noting the following so that the next newbie can search through the forums and hit most of the keywords here:

Problem: Application manager shows "Status: Not installable" in the description of the package, and if you try to install it will give an error "incompatible application type"
Solution: debian/control file MUST have a valid Sections line as explained here: http://wiki.maemo.org/Packaging#Sections

Problem: "subprocess post-installation script returned error exit status 2"
Solution: Use "#!/bin/sh" and not bash.
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Thanks... successfuly installed now!

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#29
New version is now up on the downloads list.
Changelog is here.

Linux and maemo5 now uses a telepathy observer component to listen for incoming calls. When there is an incoming call from the GV number, it will understand that this call is because of our dialing through GV. The intended result was to auto-accept the call. For the moment, it will just automatically dismiss the dialog box that allows the user to cancel the call.

I was pleasantly surprised to find that the telepathy observer is able to listen for an incoming phone call on SIP, Skype as well as GSM phone on the N900.
On Linux if I use empathy and nokia-sofia-sip, then it is able to hear an incoming sip call.

Thanks to epage for the hints.
@epage: I'm still trying to figure out how to do the auto-accept.
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Originally Posted by uvatbc View Post
Linux and maemo5 now uses a telepathy observer component to listen for incoming calls. When there is an incoming call from the GV number, it will understand that this call is because of our dialing through GV. The intended result was to auto-accept the call. For the moment, it will just automatically dismiss the dialog box that allows the user to cancel the call.
I'm confused. It doesn't auto-accept but doesn't allow the user to cancel? So what exactly happens?

Originally Posted by uvatbc View Post
I was pleasantly surprised to find that the telepathy observer is able to listen for an incoming phone call on SIP, Skype as well as GSM phone on the N900.
On Linux if I use empathy and nokia-sofia-sip, then it is able to hear an incoming sip call.
Yeah, its fun to use this to track for updating voicemails automatically.
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