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  1. #41  
    @jaycanuck said he would issue an update "shortly", approximately an hour ago.
    Due to the cancellation of the penny, I no longer give 2 about anything. I may however, give a nickel
  2. #42  
    Quote Originally Posted by sledge007 View Post
    @jaycanuck said he would issue an update "shortly", approximately an hour ago.
    Is that one standard galactic hour?

    'Cause, I think Tommy Lee Jones would say that time has passed.
    Last edited by Rockbeast; 07/19/2012 at 12:24 PM.
    Sent from my slowly diminishing intellect

    I'm just a soul who's intentions are good...oh Lord, please don't let me be misunderstood!

  3. #43  
    Quote Originally Posted by Rockbeast View Post
    Is that one standard galactic hour?

    Cause, I think Tommy Lee Jones would say that time has passed.
    you made my day! LOL
  4. #44  
    Im running windows 7 64 bit and when i download and attempt to install, it freezes on the installation screen and that it. Not sure what is going on but my Java is up to date and have no idea what the problem could be. Any suggestions?
  5. #45  
    Quote Originally Posted by TheKaptin View Post
    Im running windows 7 64 bit and when i download and attempt to install, it freezes on the installation screen and that it. Not sure what is going on but my Java is up to date and have no idea what the problem could be. Any suggestions?
    The locations of the files the installer needs to download have changed. The installer needs to be updated to look in the new locations. So it won't work until the a new installer version comes out.
  6. #46  
    Quote Originally Posted by egumon View Post
    So it won't work until the a new installer version comes out.
    I cannot get the Novacom drivers on my win-64 notebook, so I can't install
    the programs I want on my Touchpad.

    Is there some new installer coming out, as egumon says?

    Where can I find a copy of the Novacom win-64 driver? All the links I
    have found on the Internet are broken, including the ones in Jason
    Robitaille's WOSQI Homebrew Guide.

    I can't even install the Novacom drivers from WOSQI 4.4.0. Each time
    I try, I get an error message "ERROR: Driver Installation Failed"
    Kyocera 6035 > Samsung SPH-i300 > i330 > i500 > Treo 600 > 700p > 755p > PRĒ Minus > Touchpad & FrankenPre2
  7. #47  
    Check the link in my signature. You'll need an archiver (e.g. 7-Zip) to extract from the .tgz.
  8. #48  
    Quote Originally Posted by GMMan View Post
    Check the link in my signature. You'll need an archiver (e.g. 7-Zip) to extract from the .tgz.
    I'd found that page, but I thought it was only the source code. Thanks!
    Kyocera 6035 > Samsung SPH-i300 > i330 > i500 > Treo 600 > 700p > 755p > PRĒ Minus > Touchpad & FrankenPre2
  9. #49  
    Quote Originally Posted by GoBears View Post
    I'd found that page, but I thought it was only the source code. Thanks!
    They only released the source a few months ago, and on GitHub. The links on that page came way before.
  10. #50  
    I extracted the .tgz file. Now I have a .tar file.
    What should I do to install Novacom?
  11. #51  
    Quote Originally Posted by Nonononoki View Post
    I extracted the .tgz file. Now I have a .tar file.
    What should I do to install Novacom?
    Extract from the .tar file. Linux archives typically nest a TAR inside a compression container, from which I assume you get a better compression ratio from. You've decompressed it from the .gz, and you'll need to pull the actual files from the .tar.
  12. #52  
    Hi all,

    I am at the end of my patience trying to install Novacom so WOSQI (4.4.0) will recognise my Pre2 (which is in Developer mode). As such I hope someone can take me step by step because clearly I am missing something obvious as it was not this difficult when I first setup my phone.

    I had to run the Secure Full Erase on my Pre2 and reinstall webOS 2.2.4 via WebOS Doctor which went relatively trouble free (a couple of sessions hung at 72% but it finally installed and everything is running ok on the phone).
    Now I want to re-install patches and apps via WOSQI but it is just not recognising the device.

    I'm running win7 64bit and have tried to install via the UniversalNovacomInstaller as well as via webosdoctor224pre2wr and most recently after downloading the Novacom-win-64.tgz file (from the link on GMMan @ 08/18/2012, 03:46 PM).
    Before opening the compressed file and running the NovacomInstaller_x64.msi file I removed "Palm Novacom" from my Programs list and rebooted my notebook. The installation appeared to run successfully (a command window briefly popped up and disappeared) but still when I launch WOSQI 4.4.0 it cannot/will not recognise my Pre2.

    I am running Java v7.0.50 and apparently have Novacomd v1.0.0.76 installed

    Hopefully someone can help before my Pre2 goes the way of the Dodo.

    cheers
  13. #53  
    Try installing the palm sdk. That fixed my issues.

    Sent from my White Touchpad with*Communities
  14. #54  
    I have a palm pixi plus. I was having problems also installing the novacom driver on my Win 7 64bit pc. I followed the directions of downloading the actual novacom driver according to GMMan and now everything is working perfectly. Thanks GMMan for your help.
  15. #55  
    Quote Originally Posted by loyalbuddy View Post
    Hi all,

    I am at the end of my patience trying to install Novacom so WOSQI (4.4.0) will recognise my Pre2 (which is in Developer mode). As such I hope someone can take me step by step because clearly I am missing something obvious as it was not this difficult when I first setup my phone.

    I had to run the Secure Full Erase on my Pre2 and reinstall webOS 2.2.4 via WebOS Doctor which went relatively trouble free (a couple of sessions hung at 72% but it finally installed and everything is running ok on the phone).
    Now I want to re-install patches and apps via WOSQI but it is just not recognising the device.

    I'm running win7 64bit and have tried to install via the UniversalNovacomInstaller as well as via webosdoctor224pre2wr and most recently after downloading the Novacom-win-64.tgz file (from the link on GMMan @ 08/18/2012, 03:46 PM).
    Before opening the compressed file and running the NovacomInstaller_x64.msi file I removed "Palm Novacom" from my Programs list and rebooted my notebook. The installation appeared to run successfully (a command window briefly popped up and disappeared) but still when I launch WOSQI 4.4.0 it cannot/will not recognise my Pre2.

    I am running Java v7.0.50 and apparently have Novacomd v1.0.0.76 installed

    Hopefully someone can help before my Pre2 goes the way of the Dodo.

    cheers
    Run
    Code:
    novacom -l
    (after you've chdired to the Novacom installation directory (%programfiles%\Palm, Inc\novacomd, if I remember right)) and see what it outputs.
  16. #56  
    Hey guys, just in case you didn't notice, Jason recently updated the installer to 1.3. The link in the first post is for 1.2.1, so you'll have to go to his Github for the new jar.

    https://twitter.com/CanuckCoding/sta...79812459261952
    Want to keep up with my exciting new projects? You know where to find me.
  17. #57  
    thanks for that!
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    #58  
    I have a Mac with (OS X) System 10.8.2. The recently updated Unified Novacom Installer worked like a charm. No errors. All Novacom drivers installed. Then ran webOS Quick Install 4.4.0. Now I can use freeTether for my Pre3! Thanks!
  19. #59  
    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Robitaille View Post
    Users of WebOS Quick Install have noticed the Novacom driver installation system was completely renovated with WOSQI v4.04.

    It supports Windows (32bit and 64bit), Mac OS, and Ubuntu (32bit and 64bit). Note: webOS 2.x drivers for Ubuntu have yet to be released, but if history repeats itself, chances are we'll see that come out once the 2.x SDK comes out publicly.

    This lets you dynamically download the current Novacom drivers or extract and run the drivers from an existing webOSDoctor file, if you have one downloaded.

    Click to view quoted image



    Download: http://universal-novacom-installer.g...mInstaller.jar


    Source: universal-novacom-installer - Project Hosting on Google Code


    Changelog
    ========
    v1.2.1 - July 2, 2011
    - Updated to fix a bug where reinstall attempts on Windows could fail if novacom.exe was missing

    v1.2.0 - July 1, 2011
    - Updated to use the new webOS 3.x drivers
    - Updated to use a new dynamic format to determine webOSDoctor URL, and Linux driver URLs

    v1.1.1 - March 20, 2011
    - Updated to use new 2.x drivers for Ubuntu

    v1.1.0 - March 12, 2011
    - No longer needs to download the whole webOSDoctor
    - Takes very very little time to download the drivers now

    v1.0.0 - March 12, 2011
    - Initial release
    Hi

    I am trying to install freetether on my hp pre. I started with installing webosquick install - but it says driver installation failed. I uninstalled novacomd, and then tried to reinstall with universalnovacominstaller. All I get is an "initializing" message. Nothing else happens. Please help. Thanks
  20. #60  
    Quote Originally Posted by harnaikp View Post
    Hi

    I am trying to install freetether on my hp pre. I started with installing webosquick install - but it says driver installation failed. I uninstalled novacomd, and then tried to reinstall with universalnovacominstaller. All I get is an "initializing" message. Nothing else happens. Please help. Thanks
    Get it from the Palm Open Source site. You may need an archiver such as 7-Zip to extrack from the .tgz. opensource.palm.com
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