I patched few stuff (samba utils, Apache's mod_proxy_ftp), packaged RT2500 driver using dkms but could not advance much on my personnal projects (especially PLF+Gnome Move) as I still could not get my home PC to work fine. The BIOS often hangs at the time it should choose the disk to boot on, so I start thinking my disk failures may come from the motherboard, nice occasion to replace my Athlon 850 by something using Socket 939... Especially now that Cooker-x86_64 exists. I'll try to find a motherboad with hardware RAID, loosing data is realy something I hate !
I got my ADSL connection more than one month ago now, ADSL2+ is really fine :-) I can download at 1.1MB/s and upload at almost 120KB/s with 6ms ping for 29.99/month (phone and TV included but I do not use phone and have no TV to plug :-) ) ! When I remember what providers offered 2 years ago, I see how much things changed...
I received my new Siemens CXT65 yesterday, and today I decided to play with it. I could get my phonebook with scmxx but I sent only corrupted pictures and I had to reboot the phone after each transfer... Then I tried irobex_palm3 (from openobex-apps) and that work really fine (and no need for any option, just irobex_palm3 <file_to_send>) ! Here is the result. However, this phone handles badly alpha channel in png :-(
I tried to send a wav to my phone but was unable to play it.
After several tries, I fetched one of the provided files and found it was RIFF (little-endian) data, WAVE audio, IMA ADPCM, mono 16000 Hz while I had been sending RIFF (little-endian) data, WAVE audio, Microsoft PCM, 16 bit, mono 11025 Hz. Using the same format, it worked fine :) I also tried IMA ADPCM, mono 11025 Hz but it didn't work.
So, if you have the same phone, the magic command is
sox <input file> -i -r 16000 <output file>