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Re: gnokii --showsmsfolderstatus transferred or piped to a .txt file doe
Re: gnokii --showsmsfolderstatus transferred or piped to a .txt file does not show full info. - also something wrong still.
Wed, 7 Dec 2011 03:16:37 +0530
On Wed, Dec 7, 2011 at 02:59, Pawel Kot <address@hidden> wrote:
Hi again :) ,
> 2011/12/6 shirish शिरीष <address@hidden>:
>> On Thu, Nov 24, 2011 at 14:32, Pawel Kot <address@hidden> wrote:
>>> 2011/11/24 shirish शिरीष <address@hidden>:
>>>> No. Name Id #Msg
>>>> 0 SMS Inbox IN 0
>>>> 1 SMS Outbox, items to be sent OUS 1
>>>> 2 SMS Outbox, sent items OU 0
>>>> 3 SMS Archive AR 6
>>>> 4 SMS Drafts DR 1
>>>> 5 SMS Templates TE 0
>>> Looks sane. But actual content is up to you to verify.
>> The point I wanted to make is, it just shows that much and shuts up. I
>> do not get any of the sms messages anywhere on my system. What I
>> wanted/want to do is to able to copy messages to and fro from the
>> desktop to the mobile and vice-versa.
> So that's showsmsfolderstatus. It shows only status. You need to use
> getsms command with the memory types returned here (of course where it
> make sense, i.e. there is more than 1 message).
that is something that I have not been able to figure out.
For instance from the above status, it says there are 6 messages in
archive, what would be the command to say get the messages from the
$gnokii --getsms something .
I've not been really been able to figure out the memory_type thing
Should it have been
$gnokii --getsms AR 1-6
or something else ?
>> Now as far as the exact contents are concerned, they too are wrong for
>> I have got more than 80 messages lying in my inbox and I do not know
>> from where gnokii got those message numbers. For some reason I'm not
>> getting the right info.
> That's probably something to investigate. Some debugging would be
> required here. So you'd need manually compiled version anyway.
Ok, that means then it would be a week-end project as the list to do
things is quite a bit and possibility of me doing something wrong is
even greater (as not a programmer) .
>>>> Lastly, Does 'sudo ifconfig usbpn0 up' have to be run each time for it
>>>> seems to go down after sometime ? Does anybody know anything about it
>>>> ? Think possibly for power-saving ?
>>> Well. I guess it is after some inactivity? It might be possible
>>> indeed. Probably you could automate it somehow.
>> Could you define inactivity ? At my end 30 secs to a minute and then its
> That's phone dependent. Haven't tried your config so no idea here.
> take care,
> Pawel Kot
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