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Re: Synology DS110j Command Timeout

From: Woolers
Subject: Re: Synology DS110j Command Timeout
Date: Thu, 19 Aug 2010 20:49:33 +0000 (UTC)
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Pawel Kot <gnokii <at>> writes:

> If you run gnokii --identify twice in a row, does it work? Do you run
> these command one after each other? Isn't there any other process
> running? Are the same users running the command? Nothing happened to
> the phone? How does lsusb -vvv look like before/after each command?
> take care,

Hi there

Many thanks for your reply. In answer to your questions:

1) gnokii --identify twice (or any number of times) works correctly and 
identifies the phone as expected.

2) It doesn't matter in which order gnokii --identify and smsd are run. 
Always gnokii --identify works and smsd times out after three attempts
to contact the phone

3) There are other processes running before I run smsd but none of them 
to do with gnokii/smsd.

4) The details given from lsusb -vvv for the phone does not change 
before/after either command is run.

I am running the following versions: 
smsd - version 1.4.4 from gnokii 0.6.28. 
For something to try, I have downloaded the latest source from the 'git' 
repository. I am however having link problems with this when the following 
command is run in the gnokii/gnokii directory:

../libtool  --tag=CC   --mode=link gcc -I../include -g -O2 -Wall 
-Wno-pointer-sign -fvisibility=hidden -fno-strict-aliasing    
-o gnokii gnokii-gnokii.o gnokii-gnokii-calendar.o gnokii-gnokii-dial.o 
gnokii-gnokii-file.o gnokii-gnokii-logo.o gnokii-gnokii-mms.o 
gnokii-gnokii-monitor.o gnokii-gnokii-other.o 
gnokii-gnokii-phonebook.o gnokii-gnokii-profile.o 
gnokii-gnokii-ringtone.o gnokii-gnokii-security.o gnokii-gnokii-settings.o 
gnokii-gnokii-sms.o gnokii-gnokii-todo.o gnokii-gnokii-utils.o 
gnokii-gnokii-wap.o ../common/   -lreadline -lncurses

I get the errors:

../libtool: ../libtool: 465: tr: not found
../libtool: ../libtool: 1: tr: not found
../libtool: ../libtool: 1: tr: not found
../libtool: ../libtool: 1: tr: not found
../libtool: ../libtool: 1: tr: not found
../libtool: ../libtool: 1: tr: not found
../libtool: ../libtool: 1: tr: not found
 -Wl,--rpath -Wl,/usr/local/lib -Wl,--rpath -Wl,/opt/lib
../libtool: eval: 1: -Wl,--rpath: not found
make[1]: *** [gnokii] Error 127
make[1]: Leaving directory `/opt/gnokii/gnokii'
make: *** [all-recursive] Error 1

Interestingly, this command works fine in the gnokii-0.6.28/gnokii directory.

Again, any further information or suggestions would be much appreciated!

Many thanks,


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