Facing issues in using OSMOCOM

Sébastien Lorquet squalyl at gmail.com
Sun Jun 12 18:51:14 UTC 2011


Hi,

the 10-line contents in the docx file can be posted inline in a text-only
email.

No need for a hammer to crush a mosquito ;-)

Sebastien

On Sun, Jun 12, 2011 at 6:21 PM, Sylvain Munaut <246tnt at gmail.com> wrote:

> > How are you? Refer to below mail.
>
> I read the mailing list, please do not send to me directly. Only CC me
> (and CC, not a separate mail forward please) if you're posting a patch
> and you want me to review it and merge it.
>
> If I have an answer, I will answer ...  (but in this case, from your
> description it seems like a 'mobile' problem which I virtually never
> use, so I may not have an answer at all)
>
>
> > I am able to download the loader.compalram.bin and layer1.compalram.bin
> and running the mobile project.  I am also using the telnet for
> configuration.  But it is stopping at following some state mentioned in
> attached file.
>
> Sorry, but if you attach .docx file, there is zero chance I'm gonna look at
> it.
>
> 1) .docx is a proprietary format, don't expect people can read it
> 2) Even if this was a open document ( .ods or so ), I don't use office
> suite at all.
> 3) A .txt attachement still requires me to download it and look at it ...
> 4) In general, to maximize your chance of getting an answer, you have
> to do your best to minimize the work to be done by the people you want
> to help you. In this particular case:
>
>  - You properly included a description of your setup and up to where
> you got, that's great.
>  - What's missing is a 'snippet' of the log with the 'state' it seems
> locked it.
>  - Then at the end of the mail, cut and paste the complete logs (both
> from osmocon and from the mobile app).
>  - If possible avoid HTML mail as well ...
>
>
> (don't take all this bad and/or personally, just trying to help you
> maximize your chance of getting the answers you're looking for).
>
>
> Cheers,
>
>    Sylvain
>
>
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