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yh2006
post Jul 19 2006, 11:02 PM
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QUOTE(yh2006 @ Jul 17 2006, 01:13 AM)
Hi Meanie,

     I tried to install the pdaxqtrom base, app, java, dictionary, and zgcc images all together with the provided shell script to my c1000 (loaded with cacko rom). But I always get the following errors during installation:

/home/zaurus/.free42/Voyager42.layout: Read-only file system
/home/zaurus/.free42/42ck.gif: Read-only file system


mount: Mounting /usr/mnt.rom/card/pdaxqtrom0.8.0/zgcc2-95-3.squashfs on /mnt/zgcc failed: Invalid argument

...linking stardic dictionaries
ln:/usr/share/stardic/dic: No such file or directory

Java Runtime Environment and Tools
Installing java
warning:/usr/bin/jamvm already exists
java runtime environment configured and ready
Installing java applications...
chown:unknown user name: /home/zaurus/Applications/hdcrawler
chown:unknown user name: /home/zaurus/Applications/hdpad

I tried using the cleanup script and then re-run the install script but still get those errors.

I noticed that the zgcc dir in /mnt is empty and there are only 4 loop devices created for base, apps, java, and dictionaries but not zgcc.
What should I do to get zgcc properly installed and mounted?

Do I need to care about those output related to free42?

I also found out that nedit and stardict actually seg fault when I tried to run them with xlauncher -debug.

Thanks.
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zgcc mounting problem is solved if I used the cramfs image instead, but it still can't find any dictionaries for StarDict.

Also, I can't activate scim by ctrl + space. I tried switching to fullscreen mode and I have not used monolingual.

Please help.

Thanks.
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Meanie
post Sep 4 2006, 08:01 PM
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found a small problem with the configuration of the compiler in that it links the in-image libraries in to the produced lbinaries so that the zgcc image is required in order to run the binaries.

fixed and will be uploaded asap...

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jpmatrix
post Oct 4 2006, 04:17 AM
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Meanie,

i'm trying to compile a driver for an usb wifi lan adapter, the compilation seems to be good but the target.o seems to be for a 2.4.18-mk3 kernel!!! (and not 2.4.20)

would you tell me where can be the problem ?

(i'm using your latest 0.8.2 zgcc cramfs file)
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Meanie
post Oct 5 2006, 05:26 AM
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QUOTE(jpmatrix @ Oct 4 2006, 10:17 PM)
Meanie,

i'm trying to compile a driver for an usb wifi lan adapter, the compilation seems to be good but the target.o seems to be for a 2.4.18-mk3 kernel!!! (and not 2.4.20)

would you tell me where can be the problem ?

(i'm using your latest 0.8.2 zgcc cramfs file)
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there is a header file which defines the kernel version. i thought i updated it to 2.4.20 but seems like it got overwritten again somehow. you might want to try the zgcc lite image since it is an ext2 loop filesystem and you can easily edit the header file in question.
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post Jan 29 2007, 12:38 PM
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I can't find the latest qt3 zgcc cramfs file. Any pointers? Meanie, did you move it out from your feed?
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