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case
post Apr 7 2007, 02:05 AM
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Hi,

I am looking for a good vnc client/server for my Z with the Sharp ROM.

I have seen in previous posts that opie vnc and fb vnc are out there.

I have found the fb vnc server, but all the links to opie vnc are dead in the forum messages I have tried. Could someone point me in the right direction.

Thanks..........
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post Apr 7 2007, 07:47 AM
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QUOTE(case @ Apr 7 2007, 05:05 AM)
Hi,

I am looking for a good vnc client/server for my Z with the Sharp ROM.

I have seen in previous posts that opie vnc and fb vnc are out there.

I have found the fb vnc server, but all the links to opie vnc are dead in the forum messages I have tried.  Could someone point me in the right direction.

Thanks..........
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It looks like opie-keypebble is a VNC viewer (or there is one) here:

http://bryandeluca.com/cacko/feed/Packages
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post Apr 7 2007, 01:09 PM
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Hi,

thanks for the link. I am having problems with it. It lists the files but there is no ipk file. I usually like to have the ipk file on my main computer as a backup incase I need it in the future.

Any help appreciated...........
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post Apr 7 2007, 01:14 PM
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QUOTE(case @ Apr 7 2007, 04:09 PM)
Hi,

thanks for the link.  I am having problems with it.  It lists the files but there is no ipk file.  I usually like to have the ipk file on my main computer as a backup incase I need it in the future. 

Any help appreciated...........
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You need to add http://bryandeluca.com/cacko/feed/ as a feed in your package manager. I used wget to get opie-keypebble for you though.

To do that yourself, look for the file name in the first URL I gave you, then type

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wget http://bryandeluca.com/cacko/feed/PACKAGEFILENAME


in a terminal, and it will download the package for you. Not as easy as adding the feed, but it works.
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Attached File  opie_keypebble_1.0.0_1_arm.ipk ( 47.54K ) Number of downloads: 44
 
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post Apr 7 2007, 01:37 PM
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Hi,

Thank you. I am a newbie to Linux and did not know you could use wget to get a file that way. I actually like that better than adding it to my feed list. As I said above I like to have a copy of the original file somewhere just in case the feed disappears or I cannot find it.

thanks again
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post Apr 7 2007, 02:52 PM
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QUOTE(case @ Apr 7 2007, 04:37 PM)
Hi,

Thank you.  I am a newbie to Linux and did not know you could use wget to get a file that way.  I actually like that better than adding it to my feed list.  As I said above I like to have a copy of the original file somewhere just in case the feed disappears or I cannot find it.

thanks again
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You learn something new every day!

I like to back my stuff up as well, especially the packages that I compile. Those can be a pain to rebuild.

Anyway, glad I could help, and I hope that was the right package.
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