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Dr Cruces
post Nov 30 2006, 08:25 AM
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Just out of curiosity. Is it possible to get podzilla compiled and running on pdaxrom?

it would be a nice Gui to play mp3s and view calendar entries.

http://ipodlinux.org/Podzilla
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Capn_Fish
post Nov 30 2006, 04:25 PM
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QUOTE(Antikx @ Nov 28 2006, 03:42 PM)
This one should be a piece of cake (hopefully), but capn_fish, or someone else... can you compile AsmPlan?
Page: http://members.save-net.com/jko%40save-net...asm/asmplan.htm
Source: http://members.save-net.com/jko%40save-net...sm/download.htm

Thanks!

I'm looking for console based apps so I don't have to start up X-Windows as often.

Some other apps on the site look neat too:
AsmFile
AsmEdit and AsmNano
AsmMenu

It says that to compile the following are needed:
bash - or possibly sh needed by makefile
sed - stream editor (almost always available)
make - GNU make needed for install,compile
install - needed to copy programs
nasm - (optional), needed by compile
asmpub - (optional) used by AsmLib "make doc" option
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I just got around to looking at this, and the INSTALL file says that all of those apps only run on x86. sad.gif
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post Nov 30 2006, 04:42 PM
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are you refering to the data from the SVN?

Late
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Capn_Fish
post Nov 30 2006, 06:47 PM
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QUOTE(InSearchOf @ Nov 30 2006, 07:42 PM)
are you refering to the data from the SVN?

Late
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I don't think so. I'm looking in the 'INSTALL' file that was with the source code. DL it and see what I mean.
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post Nov 30 2006, 07:04 PM
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QUOTE(Capn_Fish @ Nov 30 2006, 09:47 PM)
QUOTE(InSearchOf @ Nov 30 2006, 07:42 PM)
are you refering to the data from the SVN?

Late
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I don't think so. I'm looking in the 'INSTALL' file that was with the source code. DL it and see what I mean.
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Edit: ignore me... i was thinking you were looking at the podzilla stuff... Sorry...

If i read it correctly... they dont package there src... you have to pull it down via svn... you are prolly just compiling the binary... not the source...

Late
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post Nov 30 2006, 07:38 PM
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QUOTE(InSearchOf @ Nov 30 2006, 10:04 PM)
QUOTE(Capn_Fish @ Nov 30 2006, 09:47 PM)
QUOTE(InSearchOf @ Nov 30 2006, 07:42 PM)
are you refering to the data from the SVN?

Late
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I don't think so. I'm looking in the 'INSTALL' file that was with the source code. DL it and see what I mean.
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Edit: ignore me... i was thinking you were looking at the podzilla stuff... Sorry...

If i read it correctly... they dont package there src... you have to pull it down via svn... you are prolly just compiling the binary... not the source...

Late
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I didn't bother trying to compile it after I saw the binary. I just looked at the install file and saw what it said.
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Dr Cruces
post Dec 1 2006, 10:24 AM
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i compiled podzilla myselft. works quite nicely. (just gotta figure out how to reconfigure the keys)

i never did this before so if someone could test the packages.

first mpd that handles the actual mp3 playback
Attached File  mpd_0.12.1_armv5tel.ipk ( 74.9K ) Number of downloads: 21


ncmpc command line client to test mpd with
Attached File  ncmpc_0.11.1_armv5tel.ipk ( 39.75K ) Number of downloads: 19


and finally the podzilla package
Attached File  podzilla2_rev1388_armv5tel.ipk ( 2.62MB ) Number of downloads: 19



you need to create a ~/.mpdconf config for mpd

here is mine
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# see the mpd(1) manpage for all config options
# This is the default configfeel free to edit this file

# required
playlist_directory "/home/root/mpd/playlist"
music_directory    "/mnt/cf/mp3"
port               "6600"
log_file           "/home/root/mpd/mpd.log"
error_file         "/home/root/mpd/mpd.err"

# optional, but HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
db_file            "/home/root/mpd/mpddb"

# optional, but recommended
state_file         "/home/root/mpd/state"
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Capn_Fish
post Dec 1 2006, 10:54 AM
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QUOTE(Dr Cruces @ Dec 1 2006, 01:24 PM)
i compiled podzilla myselft. works quite nicely. (just gotta figure out how to reconfigure the keys)

i never did this before so if someone could test the packages.

first mpd that handles the actual mp3 playback
Attached File  mpd_0.12.1_armv5tel.ipk ( 74.9K ) Number of downloads: 21


ncmpc command line client to test mpd with
Attached File  ncmpc_0.11.1_armv5tel.ipk ( 39.75K ) Number of downloads: 19


and finally the podzilla package
Attached File  podzilla2_rev1388_armv5tel.ipk ( 2.62MB ) Number of downloads: 19



you need to create a ~/.mpdconf config for mpd

here is mine
CODE
# see the mpd(1) manpage for all config options
# This is the default configfeel free to edit this file

# required
playlist_directory "/home/root/mpd/playlist"
music_directory    "/mnt/cf/mp3"
port               "6600"
log_file           "/home/root/mpd/mpd.log"
error_file         "/home/root/mpd/mpd.err"

# optional, but HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
db_file            "/home/root/mpd/mpddb"

# optional, but recommended
state_file         "/home/root/mpd/state"

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Great! I thought that input may be a bit odd, though.
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Dr Cruces
post Dec 1 2006, 11:27 AM
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QUOTE(Capn_Fish @ Dec 1 2006, 07:54 PM)
Great! I thought that input may be a bit odd, though.
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yes unfortuanatly thats the offical input setting.

http://ipodlinux.org/Key_Chart

i had a look through some of the code but some modules seem to have hardcoded mappings. my C is not very good. maybe someone with a bit more C knowledge could have a go at it.
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Capn_Fish
post Dec 5 2006, 11:33 AM
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Just an update on OBConf, I have most of the deps compiled, so I should get it done relatively soon.
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post Dec 5 2006, 01:19 PM
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QUOTE(Capn_Fish @ Dec 6 2006, 05:33 AM)
Just an update on OBConf, I have most of the deps compiled, so I should get it done relatively soon.
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dont worry, i found a copy of obconf compiled for beta4/r121 but it works on beta1/beta3 as well.
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Capn_Fish
post Dec 5 2006, 05:04 PM
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QUOTE(Meanie @ Dec 5 2006, 04:19 PM)
QUOTE(Capn_Fish @ Dec 6 2006, 05:33 AM)
Just an update on OBConf, I have most of the deps compiled, so I should get it done relatively soon.
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dont worry, i found a copy of obconf compiled for beta4/r121 but it works on beta1/beta3 as well.
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Oh well. those libs will probably come in handy when compiling something else, though, so I do not think my time was wasted.
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Speedy
post Jan 12 2007, 12:14 AM
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It would be great if somebody can compile ewe for me (for more info why, look at this thread)

Short Description of ewe:
Ewe is a programming system that allows you to write applications, using Java, which run exactly the same on desktop systems, on mobile systems, and even in a Web browser as an Applet.

- The Linux Sources
- The Java Sources

The Description on www.ewesoft.com Page about the sources: "The Win32 and Linux build zips contain an HTML document that explains how to build the VM. The Java version simply requires any Java IDE or compiler to build."

I don't know which version is better or simpler to compile for pdaxrom, but it would be great if somebody compile it.

greets
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Capn_Fish
post Jan 12 2007, 04:57 AM
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QUOTE(Speedy @ Jan 12 2007, 03:14 AM)
It would be great if somebody can compile ewe for me (for more info why, look at this thread)

Short Description of ewe:
Ewe is a programming system that allows you to write applications, using Java, which run exactly the same on desktop systems, on mobile systems, and even in a Web browser as an Applet.

- The Linux Sources
- The Java Sources

The Description on www.ewesoft.com Page about the sources: "The Win32 and Linux build zips contain an HTML document that explains how to build the VM. The Java version simply requires any Java IDE or compiler to build."

I don't know which version is better or simpler to compile for pdaxrom, but it would be great if somebody compile it.

greets
Andi
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This is a Java thing?

I don't have any experiance with Java, but I'll try in the next few days.
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post Jan 12 2007, 05:04 AM
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@Capn_Fish: Thanks very much for trying to compile this.

great support here smile.gif
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