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Cool, can you point me to a URL where I can find the installer for libc6?
Fixed that problem for bora and uploaded a new version of the Orbiter with button 'Exit'. Try it and let me know about results.
Andrew, I installed yesterday the latest diablo package using one-click method on my N810 without any problems. Moreover, I installed it under VMwave diablo maemo appliance using apt-get. It was also ok.Luke, nice to see that iy works for you
Quote from: nite_man on October 18, 2008, 11:34:25 amAndrew, I installed yesterday the latest diablo package using one-click method on my N810 without any problems. Moreover, I installed it under VMwave diablo maemo appliance using apt-get. It was also ok.Luke, nice to see that iy works for you Hmmm... ok maybe as a test I should re-flash Diablo and see if that makes a difference. I'll do that later and report back with any news ;-)Andrew
Yeah, done all that but still not 100% happy with it. Guess the 800 will be the best bet. They're pretty cheap now.BTW it would be nice to have some feedback from the orbiter buttons, so I know the message has been registered. Some of them go yellow when I press them (scenarios) but others don't seem to. Also for scenarios it would be good to get some knowledge of whether it had been completed successfully. For example when I'm going out I push the scenario button which switches everything off in my house, but how can I be sure it has worked if nothing in my hallway was turned on anyway? At the moment I have a quick look round the other rooms of the house.It would be good to have a popup when you pick a scenario (maybe at bottom of screen) which displays the currently running step, then a tick appears when it's complete (or cross) and it moves to the next. Or anyone any other ideas?