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> Vym (view Your Mind) On Zaurus, Please help me to compile this thing!
daniel3000
post May 30 2005, 01:05 AM
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http://www.insilmaril.de/vym/
shows a mindmapping program, which seems to be very nice and exactly what i need on the Zaurus.

In the documentation is written:

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To compile and install vym from the sources:

download the sources
need to have QT3 from Trolltech
run qmake
run make
run make install
run vym
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QT3 is available as a librariy (have installed it for some other programs, IIRC).
What about the other steps? Is there a ready-made development environment which offers these steps? Do I only need the zgcc compiler?
Is Sivio's environment sufficient?

I have not much experience with developing yet (except pure C with a Borland compiler on a DOS machine). Would anyone here be able to test quickly if that works without hassles?

My target machine is an SL-C3000.

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daniel
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daniel3000
post May 30 2005, 02:27 AM
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I have tried it myself now, i.e. copied the vym sources to a flash card, used Silvio Iaccarino's development entironment for a compilation attempt:

"qmake -makefile vym.pro"

runs nicely. a new Makefile is generated.

"make"

aborts with an "error while loading shared libraries: libqutil.so.1: cannot load shared object file: No such file or directory".

So where can I get a libutil.so.1 for the Zaurus?

THank you very much

daniel
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Mag1c
post May 30 2005, 03:03 AM
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Hi,

maybe it works with the Debian version.

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post May 30 2005, 03:44 AM
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Good idea!
I have downloaded the deb package for arm, but if I do a

"dpkg-deb -xX ..."

I get error mesages: The directory /usr/DEBIAN bannot be created (sure: /usr/ is on rootfs and that's read-only and full, so remounting as rw probably also won't work).

Any ideas how to install the package in such a case?
the -t option of dpkg-deb is disabled on the zaurus, so I cannot generate a tar from the deb package.
I don't have access to a Linux PC running Debian.

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post May 30 2005, 04:53 AM
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Hi,

maybe you are using Total Commander on Windows. There is a plugin to read .deb archives.

If you have access to any Linux box you can use "ar" to extract the .deb

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daniel3000
post May 30 2005, 04:55 AM
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Progress report:

I was able to install the debian package by doing a mount -o remount,rw /dev/hdc2 /hdd2
(/usr/lib is on hdd2).
However, after installation without errors I cannot find the new files there. :-/

So question remains how to install a debian package properly.

However, it turned out that the needed libraries are included in Silvio Iaccarino's development package under /mnt/card/devel/lib. So I symlinked that directory to /usr/lib instead.

make does not report missing shared objects anymore! :-)

But there are header files missing.

Does anyone know where to get:

qprocess.h
qtextedit.h

And it reports many "syntax error"s in other .h files. Can these be results from the missing h files mentioned above?

I move this conversation to the development forum now, as it gets slightly offtopic here. ;-)


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daniel3000
post May 30 2005, 04:58 AM
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This is a followup of a discussion from here:
http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showt...0&st=0&p=82130&

I think it is more on-topic in this suborum now.

History in short: I tried to install / compile VYM (Mindmapping software) on the Zaurus SL-C3000 using Silvio Iaccaroino's development environment.

-------------------------------------

Progress report:

I was able to install the debian package by doing a mount -o remount,rw /dev/hdc2 /hdd2
(/usr/lib is on hdd2).
However, after installation without errors I cannot find the new files there. :-/

So question remains how to install a debian package properly.

However, it turned out that the needed libraries are included in Silvio Iaccarino's development package under /mnt/card/devel/lib. So I symlinked that directory to /usr/lib instead.

make does not report missing shared objects anymore! :-)

But there are header files missing.

Does anyone know where to get:

qprocess.h
qtextedit.h

Edit: And does it help to get only these files or do I need any additional libraries as well?

And it reports many "syntax error"s in other .h files. Can these be results from the missing h files mentioned above?

Thank you
daniel
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post May 30 2005, 06:49 AM
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QUOTE(daniel3000 @ May 30 2005, 04:58 AM)
This is a followup of a discussion from here:
http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showt...0&st=0&p=82130&

I think it is more on-topic in this suborum now.

History in short: I tried to install / compile VYM (Mindmapping software) on the Zaurus SL-C3000 using Silvio Iaccaroino's development environment.

-------------------------------------

Progress report:

I was able to install the debian package by doing a mount -o remount,rw /dev/hdc2 /hdd2
(/usr/lib is on hdd2).
However, after installation without errors I cannot find the new files there. :-/

So question remains how to install a debian package properly.

However, it turned out that the needed libraries are included in Silvio Iaccarino's development package under /mnt/card/devel/lib. So I symlinked that directory to /usr/lib instead.

make does not report missing shared objects anymore! :-)

But there are header files missing.

Does anyone know where to get:

qprocess.h
qtextedit.h

Edit: And does it help to get only these files or do I need any additional libraries as well?

And it reports many "syntax error"s in other .h files. Can these be results from the missing h files mentioned above?

Thank you
daniel
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I've merged these two threads because it really don't make sense to start another topic to continue a conversation. Just ask an admin to move it to a more appropriate forum wink.gif
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daniel3000
post May 30 2005, 07:07 AM
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ah, thanks. I didn't know that this is possible.

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