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> Developer Image 1.6 is available, Now supporting GUI onboard development!
iamasmith
post Feb 16 2005, 11:41 AM
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OK ArchiMark, that doesn't bother me as much as people needing the feature and not being able to get hold of it.

If there's an IPK for the 3000 already then that's cool.

If not I will build one when I get my 3000 and have done some testing.

Glad you are up and running anyway,

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Kerensa
post Feb 17 2005, 06:56 PM
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Ok might be a basic question, but why do the instructions specify to relogin as zaurus?

Also why not just use "/home/zaurus/develop" as the mount point? Why make a link from another location?

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andrewmaier
post Feb 20 2005, 05:29 AM
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QUOTE(maslovsky @ Nov 12 2004, 06:27 PM)
I've updated Developer Image:

- Added UIC (UI Compiler)
- Added tmake
- Added qembed - File and Image Embedder
- Added man, groff and a hole bunch of man pages
- Added VIM


This is really impressive, but I am missing a debugger (gdb), or am I missing something?


Andrew
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iamasmith
post Feb 20 2005, 05:44 AM
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QUOTE(andrewmaier @ Feb 20 2005, 01:29 PM)
This is really impressive, but I am missing a debugger (gdb), or am I missing something?


Andrew


gdb has traditionally always been installed as a seperate package. It's not useful to people that don't have debugging experience that are just doing a minor port so I can see the rationale here.

Check out the ELSI and you should find a version of gdb with gdb-server on there. Take note though, single step is a bit quirky and tends to hop backwards in the source even when you are tracing source line to source line... never had a good response as to why this happens.

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BramK
post May 18 2005, 02:04 AM
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It will be very nice to have a full developer environment on the Zaurus.
But since I have a C3000, I have some questions for the people who tried this image:

Does the installation have any problems with the c3000 RAM/HD structure? In other words, do I have to create any symlinks to ensure proper functionality?
Is it possible to install the developer environment without the use of squashfs? Since the c3000 has enough disk space, this might enhance the speed.

thanks,
BramK
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Lumune
post Jul 2 2005, 07:52 AM
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If I'm going to write some QT programe on Z, is this Dev. Img. 1.6 or zgcc better?
thx
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ArchiMark
post Jul 2 2005, 11:54 AM
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Dev_Img-1.6 has a lot more goodies in it....

HTH,

Mark

QUOTE(Lumune @ Jul 2 2005, 08:52 AM)
If I'm going to write some QT programe on Z, is this Dev. Img. 1.6 or zgcc better?
thx
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Lumune
post Jul 2 2005, 07:29 PM
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ok, i decided to try dev_img 1.6 out, but run into some problem

I hv put the files "dev_img-1.6" & "image_setup.sh" in root of SD card
then I mkdir /mnt/card/mntpt

when I ran ./image_setup.sh /mnt/card/dev_img-1.6 /mnt/card/mntpt
it gives me error

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Setting mount point /mnt/card/mntpt...
ln: /mnt/card/mntpt/develop: Operation not permitted
Mounting image /mnt/card/dev_img-1.6...
Failed to munt image /mnt/card/dev_img-1.6 on /mnt/card/mntpt
*************

what seems to be the problem?
I am using Cacko 1.22a on a 860,
and it says cacko 1.22 support squashfs, so i don't need to install anything else, right?

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Lumune
post Jul 3 2005, 07:34 AM
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hmm... ok....
I think may be I shouldn't have mkdir the mount-point directory...
b/c without mkdir b4 setup, it works...

can someone explain to me why? plz

thx
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