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  1. #3341  
    Ok, I refreshed everything by rerunning the Preware exe installer again. Ran Preware and got the service not running dialog, then scarfed up /var/log/messages. I attach the whole file, but here's the section I think you're looking for:

    Code:
    2009-11-09T11:35:19.397314Z [57074] castle user.notice root: org.webosinternals.ipkgservice upstart: script called
    2009-11-09T11:35:19.397711Z [57074] castle daemon.debug pppd[18504]: Waiting for 1 child processes...
    2009-11-09T11:35:19.397955Z [57074] castle daemon.debug pppd[18504]:   script /etc/ppp/ip-down, pid 21091
    2009-11-09T11:35:19.476263Z [57074] castle daemon.debug pppd[18504]: Script /etc/ppp/ip-down finished (pid 21091), status = 0x0
    2009-11-09T11:35:19.543890Z [57074] castle user.info powerd: POWERD-ACTIVITY: PowerdActivityStart: (com.palm.wan.til-4036) for 5000ms => true
    2009-11-09T11:35:19.765783Z [57074] castle daemon.warning upstart: (57074/847008887) org.webosinternals.ipkgservice main process (21090) terminated with status 1
    2009-11-09T11:35:19.766302Z [57074] castle daemon.info upstart: (57074/847497169) org.webosinternals.ipkgservice goal changed from start to stop
    2009-11-09T11:35:19.766577Z [57074] castle daemon.info upstart: (57074/847710792) org.webosinternals.ipkgservice state changed from running to stopping
    2009-11-09T11:35:19.766790Z [57074] castle daemon.info upstart: (57074/848138038) Handling stopping event
    2009-11-09T11:35:19.766974Z [57074] castle daemon.info upstart: (57074/848473731) org.webosinternals.ipkgservice state changed from stopping to killed
    2009-11-09T11:35:19.767157Z [57074] castle daemon.info upstart: (57074/848717872) org.webosinternals.ipkgservice state changed from killed to post-stop
    2009-11-09T11:35:19.767370Z [57074] castle daemon.info upstart: (57074/848931495) org.webosinternals.ipkgservice state changed from post-stop to waiting
    2009-11-09T11:35:19.767553Z [57074] castle daemon.info upstart: (57074/849175635) Handling stopped event
    2009-11-09T11:35:20.037085Z [57075] castle user.err PmNetConfigManager: {netcfg.mgr}: HandleCmdOutput: Cannot find device "ppp0" 
    2009-11-09T11:35:20.653112Z [57075] castle local0.err dnsmasq[1201]: bad name at /etc/hosts line 3603
    2009-11-09T11:35:20.751654Z [57075] castle local0.err dnsmasq[1201]: bad name at /etc/hosts line 7303
    2009-11-09T11:35:20.885962Z [57075] castle local0.info dnsmasq[1201]: read /etc/hosts - 15158 addresses
    2009-11-09T11:35:20.886938Z [57075] castle local0.info dnsmasq[1201]: using nameserver 68.87.64.150#53
    2009-11-09T11:35:20.887365Z [57075] castle local0.info dnsmasq[1201]: using nameserver 68.87.75.198#53
    2009-11-09T11:35:21.341772Z [57076] castle user.info powerd: POWERD-ACTIVITY: PowerdActivityStop: (com.palm.wan.tc-4035)
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  2. #3342  
    Quote Originally Posted by dwhitman View Post
    Ok, I refreshed everything by rerunning the Preware exe installer again. Ran Preware and got the service not running dialog, then scarfed up /var/log/messages. I attach the whole file, but here's the section I think you're looking for:

    Code:
    2009-11-09T11:35:19.397314Z [57074] castle user.notice root: org.webosinternals.ipkgservice upstart: script called
    2009-11-09T11:35:19.397711Z [57074] castle daemon.debug pppd[18504]: Waiting for 1 child processes...
    2009-11-09T11:35:19.397955Z [57074] castle daemon.debug pppd[18504]:   script /etc/ppp/ip-down, pid 21091
    2009-11-09T11:35:19.476263Z [57074] castle daemon.debug pppd[18504]: Script /etc/ppp/ip-down finished (pid 21091), status = 0x0
    2009-11-09T11:35:19.543890Z [57074] castle user.info powerd: POWERD-ACTIVITY: PowerdActivityStart: (com.palm.wan.til-4036) for 5000ms => true
    2009-11-09T11:35:19.765783Z [57074] castle daemon.warning upstart: (57074/847008887) org.webosinternals.ipkgservice main process (21090) terminated with status 1
    2009-11-09T11:35:19.766302Z [57074] castle daemon.info upstart: (57074/847497169) org.webosinternals.ipkgservice goal changed from start to stop
    2009-11-09T11:35:19.766577Z [57074] castle daemon.info upstart: (57074/847710792) org.webosinternals.ipkgservice state changed from running to stopping
    2009-11-09T11:35:19.766790Z [57074] castle daemon.info upstart: (57074/848138038) Handling stopping event
    2009-11-09T11:35:19.766974Z [57074] castle daemon.info upstart: (57074/848473731) org.webosinternals.ipkgservice state changed from stopping to killed
    2009-11-09T11:35:19.767157Z [57074] castle daemon.info upstart: (57074/848717872) org.webosinternals.ipkgservice state changed from killed to post-stop
    2009-11-09T11:35:19.767370Z [57074] castle daemon.info upstart: (57074/848931495) org.webosinternals.ipkgservice state changed from post-stop to waiting
    2009-11-09T11:35:19.767553Z [57074] castle daemon.info upstart: (57074/849175635) Handling stopped event
    2009-11-09T11:35:20.037085Z [57075] castle user.err PmNetConfigManager: {netcfg.mgr}: HandleCmdOutput: Cannot find device "ppp0" 
    2009-11-09T11:35:20.653112Z [57075] castle local0.err dnsmasq[1201]: bad name at /etc/hosts line 3603
    2009-11-09T11:35:20.751654Z [57075] castle local0.err dnsmasq[1201]: bad name at /etc/hosts line 7303
    2009-11-09T11:35:20.885962Z [57075] castle local0.info dnsmasq[1201]: read /etc/hosts - 15158 addresses
    2009-11-09T11:35:20.886938Z [57075] castle local0.info dnsmasq[1201]: using nameserver 68.87.64.150#53
    2009-11-09T11:35:20.887365Z [57075] castle local0.info dnsmasq[1201]: using nameserver 68.87.75.198#53
    2009-11-09T11:35:21.341772Z [57076] castle user.info powerd: POWERD-ACTIVITY: PowerdActivityStop: (com.palm.wan.tc-4035)
    That is strange. Can you join the IRC channel at http://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=webos-internals to debug in real time? I'll be there for at least 1 hour from now.

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  3. #3343  
    Preware is about to get a single-shot splash screen for new users.

    Please tell me the 3 most important pieces of information that a new Preware user needs to know.

    -- Rod
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    #3344  
    Quote Originally Posted by rwhitby View Post
    Preware is about to get a single-shot splash screen for new users.

    Please tell me the 3 most important pieces of information that a new Preware user needs to know.

    -- Rod
    Data connection is required either EVDO, 1X, or wireless. Connection type may affect speed of download.
  5. #3345  
    What's causing the bottleneck on startup? Half the time I have to close Preware and try again because it never gets to the loading feed progress bars. Is it just waiting on a response from the various feeds?
  6. #3346  
    Quote Originally Posted by Leathal View Post
    What's causing the bottleneck on startup? Half the time I have to close Preware and try again because it never gets to the loading feed progress bars. Is it just waiting on a response from the various feeds?
    We believe that some people have network connectivity problems to some of the feeds that are not hosted on preware.org

    So the next version of the Package Manager Service will replace these particular feeds by mirrors that are hosted on preware.org - then all feed indexes will be coming from the same site.

    BTW, for those in the IRC channel, there are alpha testing versions of the Package Manager Service and Preware available for testing ...

    -- Rod
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    #3347  
    yes they both are broken
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    #3348  
    Quote Originally Posted by rwhitby View Post
    Preware is about to get a single-shot splash screen for new users.

    Please tell me the 3 most important pieces of information that a new Preware user needs to know.

    -- Rod
    Feed controls and other options available in Preferences. Some people seem unaware that the Preferences page exists.
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    #3349  
    is it only my version of Preware that shows only 20 patches? It used to be about 110 two days ago. I donīt know what could have gone wrong. I didnīt change anything.
  10. #3350  
    does preware not timeout on feeds?
    it seems like it'd resolve a lot of headaches if, instead of hanging, preware would just move on to the next feed, finish loading, and then let the user know "oh, btw, prethemer took too long to load."
  11. #3351  
    Anyone know how long it normally takes to install a theme straight from preware? Im on a fast wireless connection and it has been "installing" for about 5 minutes. Is it better to just install with webOSquickinstaller
  12. #3352  
    Quote Originally Posted by mlengel View Post
    Anyone know how long it normally takes to install a theme straight from preware? Im on a fast wireless connection and it has been "installing" for about 5 minutes. Is it better to just install with webOSquickinstaller
    it takes time....last time it took me over 8 or so minutes
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  13. #3353  
    Quote Originally Posted by maxima2k53 View Post
    it takes time....last time it took me over 8 or so minutes
    Take a look at the size of the package before downloading - some themes are multi-megabyte.

    -- Rod
  14. #3354  
    Quote Originally Posted by rwhitby View Post
    What is the output of

    luna-send -n 1 luna://org.webosinternals.ipkgservice/status '{}'

    ?
    Rod
    Result is

    root@castle: luna-send -n 1 luna://org.webosinternals.ipkgservice/status '{}'
    ** Message: serviceResponse Handling: 2, {"returnValue":true}
    root@castle:

    Thanks
    Gx
  15. #3355  
    Quote Originally Posted by Griffinx View Post
    Rod
    Result is

    root@castle: luna-send -n 1 luna://org.webosinternals.ipkgservice/status '{}'
    ** Message: serviceResponse Handling: 2, {"returnValue":true}
    root@castle:

    Thanks
    Gx
    OK, that means the service is installed and running. Can you confirm that at the same time that you get the true returnValue from that call, Preware gives an error about the service not running?

    -- Rod
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  16. #3356  
    Quote Originally Posted by cas_esq View Post
    Feed controls and other options available in Preferences. Some people seem unaware that the Preferences page exists.
    Yeah, I've gone with things along those lines.

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  17. #3357  
    Quote Originally Posted by rwhitby View Post
    OK, that means the service is installed and running. Can you confirm that at the same time that you get the true returnValue from that call, Preware gives an error about the service not running?

    -- Rod
    Rod,

    the luna-send call is allowing preware to work. If I reboot and try preware again before I type the luna-send call, preware fails to load with the original described error, but when I run luna-send preware works again.

    Gx
  18. #3358  
    Quote Originally Posted by Griffinx View Post
    Rod,

    the luna-send call is allowing preware to work. If I reboot and try preware again before I type the luna-send call, preware fails to load with the original described error, but when I run luna-send preware works again.

    Gx
    OK, great detective work - that narrows down the diagnosis dramatically.

    Are you able to join the IRC channel for real-time debug:

    http://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=webos-internals

    -- Rod
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  19. #3359  
    Quote Originally Posted by rwhitby View Post
    OK, great detective work - that narrows down the diagnosis dramatically.

    Are you able to join the IRC channel for real-time debug:

    freenode Web IRC (qwebirc)

    -- Rod
    Sorry I can't join now...I have to sleep.

    Gx
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    #3360  
    this problem just started today, when I try to install something I get an ipkg error. The error is : wget : content-length 400 is garbage

    anyone any idea what's causing this? I'm running 1.2.1 on a gsm pre if that makes any difference

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