[Shr-User] SHR-U: looses gsm after suspend :-(
tom at stosb.com
Tue Apr 27 21:33:29 CEST 2010
On Tue, Apr 27, 2010 at 10:21 PM, Helge Hafting <helge.hafting at hist.no>wrote:
> For a while now, the gps has been unuseable after a suspend.
> Now another regression (couple fo days ago): GSM fails too. :-(
> I can boot the phone, and both gps and gsm works.
> One strange thing: the name of the phone service provider is capitalized
> for some reason. It used to say "Telenor", now it is "TELENOR". Odd.
> After suspend, I can press the power button and it won't work
> properly. The backlight *blinks* once and goes black again.
> A few more tries, and the phone wakes up. The phone service provider name
> is gone, there is just the stop sign. I didn't try to make a call, as this
> normally means "no gsm connectivity".
You can make a call, the only things wrong are the indicators (idle_screen
and e gadget).
> Please don't see it as a complaint - but I have to ask:
> Is "Unstable" being broken much more agressively now that "testing" exists?
> Before, unstable was similiar to debian unstable. Mostly useable, breakage
> happened but was quickly corrected.
It should be like that, it's just that we migrated to fsogsmd prematurely
(in unstable). Both us and fsogsmd are not really "ready" yet, though there
were enough good reasons to do the change.
> I understand that regression testing everything is not an option, but
> it seems like unstable now regresses deliberately. Looks like new
> packages goes in, that are known to not yet have the functionality of the
> replaced package.
> (More like debian experimental). Is this how unstable is going to be from
> now on, so that "testing" is where I must be in order to use the phone at
> all? Or is april just an unlucky month?
April is a lucky feature rich month :P
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