Thanks ED. Looking forward to when DJWillis has more time and we can get a larger update to XFCE 4.8, newer kernel etc. It's encouraging to see so many fixes contributed by the community -- thanks everyone.
This only covers restart of charging when it stops, not stopping itself, so somebody needs to tune both of them really. I agree it needs to be done but I don't have (a clue about) the values.I think we should tune the current so that an idle pandora will always stop charging when full.
Link to wizardstan's work: http://bugs.openpandora.org/index.php?do=details&task_id=195
You will need root permissionswent to try edit the cpu speed script (as my Pandora so far can handle a little extra horsepower than the 800mhz maximum, but when I try to save the file I get an error message "can't open file to write". Any ideas? Also the links to email and IM are still on the desktop by default. Not gotten a chance to really try out the wifi yet, defintiely seems faster for my unit than before, and the faster restore from low power mode is definitely much snappier!
Seems there would then be some NAND space savings, correct?Code:
* Applications: Removed Pidgin, Gnumeric, AbiWord, Clawsmail (use the PNDs for sebt3!)
So the screen stays on all the time now even with the lid closed? Can that be a selectable option? What about an alternative of simply dimming it to minimum to conserve battery? I'm going to have to look up what these audio issues are. Anybody got a refresher or quote?Code:
* Lid Closing: Disabled LCD Blanking, since that has issues with audioplayers
So the screen stays on all the time now even with the lid closed? Can that be a selectable option? What about an alternative of simply dimming it to minimum to conserve battery? I'm going to have to look up what these audio issues are. Anybody got a refresher or quote?
you don't need to copy it, you can edit it in place with terminal command
if you're familiar with vi
> sudo vi /usr/pandora/scripts/op_cpuspeed.sh
if you prefer the gui
> sudo mousepad /usr/pandora/scripts/op_cpuspeed.sh
Don't think there's currently a way to open a file for editing as root from within xfce though, just the terminal.
On the terminal, typesadly my Linux knowledge falls down dramatically at that point, ~I managed to get the cpu.conf file open and changed some values in there, but as I don't know how to change the opp value myself (it'd be nice if it appeared as another slider when one is changing the CPU speed), that's as far as I got really!
echo 5 > /proc/pandora/cpu_opp_max echo 900 > /proc/pandora/cpu_mhz_max
Just wanted to add that I like what I've seen so far as changes. Only thing I forgot was to backup my FFVII. Oh well, savestates and that game are a love hate relationship. Well done with the update!
I installed the full HF5 firmware and re-installed the community codec package. All seems well, but Abiword from my PND doesn't start any more. Has a library disappeared?