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  1. #46
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    Re: Demo: 2D physics using sensor module

    According to ensymble readme

    Added signsis command for (re-)signing SIS files.
    the signsis command does the unsign/resign as you described. So finally that doesn't work.

    Sorry

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    Re: Demo: 2D physics using sensor module

    Quote Originally Posted by neil.young View Post
    I really regret to be that stupid...



    What is the option to unsign? I called ensymble with

    ensymble.py signsis --cert xxx --privkey xxx --passphrase xxx PythonScriptShell
    _1_4_1_3rdEd_unsigned_freedevcert.SIS PythonScriptShell
    _1_4_1_3rdEd.sisx

    That made a new signed PythonScriptShell
    _1_4_1_3rdEd.sisx, but the error remains...

    Regards
    Have you tried this statement ?


    ensymble.py signsis --execaps=LocalServices+Location+NetworkServices+ReadDeviceData+
    ReadUserData+SurroundingsDD+SwEvent+UserEnvironment+WriteDeviceData+
    WriteUserData
    --cert xxx --privkey xxx --passphrase xxx PythonScriptShell
    _1_4_1_3rdEd_unsigned_freedevcert.SIS PythonScriptShell
    _1_4_1_3rdEd.sisx

    BR
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    Find my pys60 extension modules on cyke64.googlepages.com

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    Re: Demo: 2D physics using sensor module

    With that the script shell installs. But your module do not run

    import axyz - Permission denied
    import envy - Permission denied

    I'm through with it. Whenever someone will be able to provide a running accell - welcome.

    BTW: Here the verbose output of signing with 10 caps devcert


    C:\Downloads\Python>ensymble_python2.2-0.25.py signsis --verbose --execaps=Local
    Services+Location+NetworkServices+ReadDeviceData+ReadUserData+SurroundingsDD+SwE
    vent+UserEnvironment+WriteDeviceData+WriteUserData --cert s603rddevelopercertifi
    cate2.cer --privkey mykey2.key --passphrase xxxxx PythonScriptShell_1_4_1_3rd
    Ed_unsigned_freedevcert.SIS PythonScriptShell_1_4_1_3rdEd.sisx
    C:\Python22\lib\termios.py:7: DeprecationWarning: the TERMIOS module is deprecat
    ed; please use termios
    DeprecationWarning)

    Input SIS file PythonScriptShell_1_4_1_3rdEd_unsigned_freedevcert.SIS
    Output SIS file PythonScriptShell_1_4_1_3rdEd.sisx
    Certificate s603rddevelopercertificate2.cer
    Private key mykey2.key
    EXE capabilities 0xff030 (ALL-TCB-CommDD-PowerMgmt-MultimediaDD-DRM-TrustedUI-P
    rotServ-DiskAdmin-NetworkControl-AllFiles)
    DLL capabilities <not set>

    ensymble_python2.2-0.25.py: 1 EXE-files will be modified, 0 DLL-files will be mo
    dified




    Bye
    Last edited by neil.young; 2008-01-10 at 12:35.

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    Re: Demo: 2D physics using sensor module

    Seems to be quite troublesome to get this working on the N95-1 :/

    I recently installed the latest N95 8GB firmware (15.0.015) and I didn't have to sign anything; I had access to the sensor module straight out of the box. Hopefully it'll work the same in the next N95 firmware update.

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    Re: Demo: 2D physics using sensor module

    Yeah it seems to be messy with Ver.12.0.013 and below!

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    Re: Demo: 2D physics using sensor module

    Thanks for the comments, but that doesn't help me lot.

    Just to recall: AXYZ at least imports with no complains using the self signed Nokia Python Script shell...

    So I think axyz itself causes the troubles with developer signed shells. There is still an unanswered question: Why can I run any script in a 13 caps shell, but a 10 caps axzy refuses to load??

    But as I said: I already lost almost any motivation to mess around with this...

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    Re: Demo: 2D physics using sensor module

    So I think axyz itself causes the troubles with developer signed shells. There is still an unanswered question: Why can I run any script in a 13 caps shell, but a 10 caps axzy refuses to load??
    The question is answered. All effortd were for nothing, because I now could read the complete error message for the first time:

    import axyz

    ImportError: Permisson denied (Error -46). Possible cause: Check hat axyz.pyd is compiled to have at least the same capabilities as this Python interpreter process...

    Note: AT LEAST. So my 13 caps shell was all the time sufficient for axyz with it's 10 caps. Just axyz wasn't. Probably axyz is importing a module (like sensor), which doesn't import on 12.x.x.x
    Last edited by neil.young; 2008-01-15 at 22:06.

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    Re: Demo: 2D physics using sensor module

    Bump ... (without any hope)

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    Re: Demo: 2D physics using sensor module

    Here the 3d version using OpenGL ES

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Nl2nf_0h2c

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