[Shr-User] [SHR-U] completly locks up from time to time
madhatter at teaparty.net
Thu Dec 17 15:06:08 CET 2009
On Thu, 17 Dec 2009, Thomas Otterbein wrote:
> On Thursday 17 December 2009 14:21 Tom Yates wrote:
>> i had very similar symptoms, all of which seem to have been fixed by
>> removing the shr-today package (see many recent posts on the subject). i
>> am guessing there was some kind of contention of the wake-up screen touch
>> by the two different screen lockers, but it's only a guess.
> I've seen the posts too but opkg (with or without --force-depends)
> reports "no package to remove". I have, however the effect that I first
> have to unlock my screen before I can take a call. And I can also not
> just "hangup" but first have to unlock the screen, which usually takes
> so long that the opposite side has hang up and the dialer ends the call
> automatically way before I get into the menu again. Is that meant to be
> like that (shr-user at lists.shr-project.orga feature) or is it an
> indicator that I have still shr-today installed?
no, that sounds to me like you have just the one shr-today, and my
comments don't therefore apply; sorry. like some others, i've
transitioned to pressing AUX to unlock the phone for incoming calls,
instead of waiting for the slider.
in case you missed them, you may also find mrmoku's recent comments on
disabling the screen locker entirely to be interesting:
> turning it off is as easy as changing the following line in
> idle_screen = aux,lock
> to make it just
> idle_screen = aux
> After that the idle screen (aka shr-today) won't pop up automatically...
> just when you press Aux.
Tom Yates - http://www.teaparty.net
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