ion with tmobile web2go

by eyeon » Thu, 15 Oct 2009 00:59:37 GMT

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 i have been searching for the right setting to make tmobile web3go
work , but none so far . can you help ?


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Hi all,

I'm trying out the network speed emulation as described in the
following link:

But is doesn't work, although "network status" command shows the
correct values... I know it doesn't work by writing code to monitor
the eth0 device in /proc/self/dev/dev, whatever speed I set, it seems
always use maximum speed available to the host machine.

Is there anyone know how to fix this or have the same problem?

Thank you very much!



2. more explanation

This helps a little:

"You're trying to use the GNU Classpath edition of keytool
I think you need to use the keytool from the JDK."

However, Android Beginners might need some further explanation.  This
is how I solved the problem:

I encountered this problem on my Ubuntu 9.04 system.  I was trying to
register with GoogleMaps and even though I followed the instructions
on their web site, it didn't work.  I would get:

u...@computer:~/.android$ keytool -list -alias androiddebugkey -
keystore debug.keystore
Enter key store password: android
keytool error: gnu.javax.crypto.keyring.MalformedKeyringException:
incorrect magic
u...@computer:~/.android$ keytool -list -alias androiddebugkey -
keystore /home/user/.android/debug.keystore -storepass android -
keypass android
list: unrecognized option '-keypass'
list: Try 'list -help' for more information

The problem is exactly as described; my shell is using the GNU
keytool, not the Java 1.6 keytool like it is supposed to.

If you type:  which keytool    it will tell you the absolute path of
the GNU keytool, (the wrong keytool.)

The solution to the problem is to do a file search for "keytool" and
it will come up with a few of them.  Find the JDK keytool version.  My
system has several links to "keytool."  The one I want is in:


Navigate to that directory and then run keytool again using a ./
before the command to use the "keytool" in this directory:

u...@computer:/usr/lib/jvm/java-6-sun-$ ./keytool -list -
alias androiddebugkey -keystore /home/user/.android/debug.keystore -
storepass android -keypass android
androiddebugkey, Jan 10, 2010, PrivateKeyEntry,
Certificate fingerprint (MD5): 3F:E7:5D:73:3E:12:A5:13:D5:CD:A2:0C:

So, hooray!  That works.  You can copy that fingerprint and paste it
in the Google registration page.

Just as an aside, I even edited my .bashrc file and included the /usr/
lib/jvm/java-6-sun-... in the PATH, and did an: export PATH.  I
thought that would make the system use the JDK keytool version.  That
didn't work.  The system only uses the PATH to search for a valid
version of Keytool.  It happens to find the GNU keytool first, and
it's satisfied so it never goes to the JDK keytool in the /usr/lib/jvm/
java-6-sun... directory.


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