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#541
You shouldn't be using apt-get upgrade or apt-get dist-upgrade on a N900 regardless.
 

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#542
@pali
Well you may be right, but quite obviously it currently is,
as the package I have linked resides right in the same repository, that is linked on the first page of this thread.

So symptoms:
-No charging indicator,
-battery always shows as empty or not calibrated
-when off and plugged in, charging indicator lights up for a few seconds, flashes green and goes off.
- (not entirely sure)

Workaround:
Control charge state with "bnf"
Remember to unplug before full charge.

Solution:
???

@jonwil:
I have heard this often, but how else should i upgrade all packages which aren't handled by the updater? For example certificate updates.
I usually glance over the packages and skip/hold ones which I am not sure off, or wait a few weeks. Also usually I can fix problems, but in this case I can't find an old version.
 

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#543
@Macros

apt-get install libbmeipc0=0.8.55+0m5

also do not install clockd and libtime0 bacause this broke time sync with operator
 

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#544
Originally Posted by Brodyga View Post
@Macros

also do not install clockd and libtime0 bacause this broke time sync with operator
hmm?

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#545
Originally Posted by jonwil View Post
profiled (looks like whats in Git isn't what's wanted for Maemo Fremantle or if it is I cant get it to upload properly)
It should work on Maemo Fremantle. If it does not build, then there is a build problem...
 

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#546
I just uploaded new curl and libxml2 into cssu-devel (both 0cssu4). All of them include security fixes from wheezy (several CVEs each).
https://github.com/community-ssu/libxml2/commits/master
https://github.com/community-ssu/curl/commits/master

Please test it and report bugs.
 

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#548
may be just not knowing what im doing. followed the instructions here years ago https://wiki.maemo.org/Bluetooth_PAN

with the updated bluez, pan tethering to my watch quit working. other than that, seems to be working fine. any tips?

edit: well i guess i am an idiot. the patched maemo version works fine. i initially grabbed the cssu-devel version. didnt bother to check what i was running initially.

Last edited by tvall; 2018-01-31 at 22:31.
 

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Originally Posted by tvall View Post
may be just not knowing what im doing. followed the instructions here years ago https://wiki.maemo.org/Bluetooth_PAN

with the updated bluez, pan tethering to my watch quit working. other than that, seems to be working fine. any tips?

edit: well i guess i am an idiot. the patched maemo version works fine. i initially grabbed the cssu-devel version. didnt bother to check what i was running initially.
You're right I forget to mention to check your version first and choose the correct version.

However the network part is working in 4.99 (just a little bit different way). If you want to test it you need to configure:
/etc/bluetooth/network.conf
#[General]
#Disable=Connection,Server
#DisableSecurity=true
#
#[NAP Role]
#Interface=nap1
#Script=
#
#[PANU Role]
#Interface=panu1
#Script=<path>
#
#[GN Role]
#Interface=gn1
#Script=<path>

Enable your role. Interface is the name of newly created bridge interface and Script is path to your script which can automagically setup the bridge (e.g. include you inet interface). You don't need iptables but you need bridge (KP 52 kernel).

Some info about it is in cssu irc logs (luf, kerio,Macer):
https://mg.pov.lt/mhttps://mg.pov.lt...11-11.log.html
http://logs.nslu2-linux.org/livelogs...o.20130714.txt
aemo-ssu-irclog/%23maemo-ssu.2012-11-11.log.html
http://logs.nslu2-linux.org/livelogs...o.20130714.txt

Unfortunately I was never able to write a wiki page about it
 

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