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enodr
post Dec 3 2006, 02:37 AM
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A new feed for Sharprom and compatible distros (cacko, ...) is available here:

http://sharpromfeed.home.linuxtogo.org/feed/

Just add this feed to your /etc/ipkg.conf then:
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ipkg update
ipkg install vim


This feed is built using Openembedded. As part of the project I will publish instructions on how to setup your own OE environment to build software for Sharprom.

The aim of this feed is to be a central place where you can find up-to-date packages for Sharprom, without worrying about missing dependencies.

I haven't built every software available in OE yet, so feel free to post requests here.
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koen
post Dec 3 2006, 12:41 PM
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Are you planning on having an rss feed for newly added (or updated) packages?
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post Dec 3 2006, 01:32 PM
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very cool. maybe a more recent wellenreiter? kismet? some other convenient "find and associate" tools?


if it isn't too far off topic, wht do all the X and X11 things do?
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post Dec 3 2006, 02:03 PM
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QUOTE(enodr @ Dec 3 2006, 09:37 PM)
A new feed for Sharprom and compatible distros (cacko, ...) is available here:

http://sharpromfeed.home.linuxtogo.org/feed/

Just add this feed to your /etc/ipkg.conf then:
CODE
ipkg update
ipkg install vim


This feed is built using Openembedded. As part  of the project I will publish instructions on how to setup your own OE environment to build software for Sharprom.

The aim of this feed is to be a central place where you can find up-to-date packages for Sharprom, without worrying about missing dependencies.

I haven't built every software available in OE yet, so feel free to post requests here.
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cool, I'm looking forward for your instructions on how to build applications with OpenEmbedded. laugh.gif
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kb7sqi
post Dec 3 2006, 03:49 PM
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QUOTE(enodr @ Dec 3 2006, 06:37 AM)
A new feed for Sharprom and compatible distros (cacko, ...) is available here:

http://sharpromfeed.home.linuxtogo.org/feed/

Just add this feed to your /etc/ipkg.conf then:
CODE
ipkg update
ipkg install vim


This feed is built using Openembedded. As part  of the project I will publish instructions on how to setup your own OE environment to build software for Sharprom.

The aim of this feed is to be a central place where you can find up-to-date packages for Sharprom, without worrying about missing dependencies.

I haven't built every software available in OE yet, so feel free to post requests here.
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I was curious how can someone contribute to the feed? I'm just getting started w/ using OE & and so far I've built several packages. I'd like to keep from re-building all the stuff you have. :-) I'd be happy to upload what packages I have built so far. I do still have some questions for you about your build setup. I guess I still have some problems with mine. I still can't build libpng or libpcre. I'll try to catch you on #oe sometime.
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post Dec 5 2006, 03:19 AM
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QUOTE(kb7sqi @ Dec 3 2006, 03:49 PM)
I was curious how can someone contribute to the feed?  I'm just getting started w/ using OE & and so far I've built several packages.  I'd like to keep from re-building all the stuff you have. :-)  I'd be happy to upload what packages I have built so far.  I do still have some questions for you about your build setup.  I guess I still have some problems with mine.  I still can't build libpng or libpcre.  I'll try to catch you on #oe sometime.


Contribution to the feed is very easy: if you make a new recipe for a package using OE, submit it to OE bugtracker and I will add the built package to the feed.
Don't hesitate to put package requests here, as long as the package has already a recipe in OE, I'll try to compile it and put it in the feed.

As for compilation problem I'll do my best to help with compilation under OE with sharprom-compatible target.
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post Dec 5 2006, 05:53 AM
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QUOTE(enodr @ Dec 5 2006, 07:19 AM)
QUOTE(kb7sqi @ Dec 3 2006, 03:49 PM)
I was curious how can someone contribute to the feed?  I'm just getting started w/ using OE & and so far I've built several packages.  I'd like to keep from re-building all the stuff you have. :-)  I'd be happy to upload what packages I have built so far.  I do still have some questions for you about your build setup.  I guess I still have some problems with mine.  I still can't build libpng or libpcre.  I'll try to catch you on #oe sometime.


Contribution to the feed is very easy: if you make a new recipe for a package using OE, submit it to OE bugtracker and I will add the built package to the feed.
Don't hesitate to put package requests here, as long as the package has already a recipe in OE, I'll try to compile it and put it in the feed.

As for compilation problem I'll do my best to help with compilation under OE with sharprom-compatible target.
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I resolved my problem with libpcre/libpng and since have built several more packages. So far, I've built quite a few updated commandline tools like bash, bc, bison, bitchx, bzip2, cpio, cron, diffutils, expat, findutils, flex, gdbm, grep, gzip, less, lsof, m4, make, minicom, openssl, openssh, patch, pine, readline, sed, slang, slrn, sudo, tar, tcl, tin, unzip, zip, wget, vpnc, zlib. All of these packages and their dependencies built w/ no problems. I was curious how you got libopienet to build since it has several errors w/ the version of wireless.h that is included in the 2.4.18 kernel. It'd be pretty easy to "hack" up all the defines, but I'd prefer not to do that. smile.gif I'll look at this more later today. I'm using a "collie" as my machine btw. Or have you already patched your kernel source? Just curious. Thanks.
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post Dec 5 2006, 06:16 AM
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how easy will it be to build x11 apps to be used by xqt. i would very much like to have gaim, abiword and gnumeric.

thanks
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post Dec 5 2006, 07:00 AM
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QUOTE(tovarish @ Dec 5 2006, 06:16 AM)
how easy will it be to build x11 apps to be used by xqt. i would very much like to have gaim, abiword and gnumeric.

thanks
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Building such packages under Openembedded should be as easy as: "bitbake gaim"

I will have a look and see it these apps compile fine with sharprom-compatible target (and try to find an easy solution not to pull all the dependencies on the X server as your using XQt).
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post Dec 5 2006, 07:10 AM
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what are the package present here http://sharpromfeed.home.linuxtogo.org/feed/_problem/ for ?

Hardware video acceleration unsure.gif rolleyes.gif

And what is the problem exactly ?

Else, what not taking the package present in the original feed and place them in yours to have a unique and complete feed ?

Anyway, thanks a lot for your job !

I wait for the tutorial to come
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post Dec 5 2006, 07:46 AM
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QUOTE(kb7sqi @ Dec 5 2006, 07:53 AM)
I resolved my problem with libpcre/libpng and since have built several more packages.  So far, I've built quite a few updated commandline tools like bash, bc, bison, bitchx, bzip2, cpio, cron, diffutils, expat, findutils, flex, gdbm, grep, gzip, less, lsof, m4, make, minicom, openssl, openssh, patch, pine, readline, sed, slang, slrn, sudo, tar, tcl, tin, unzip, zip, wget, vpnc, zlib.  All of these packages and their dependencies built w/ no problems.  I was curious how you got libopienet to build since it has several errors w/ the version of wireless.h that is included in the 2.4.18 kernel.  It'd be pretty easy to "hack" up all the defines, but I'd prefer not to do that.  smile.gif  I'll look at this more later today.  I'm using a "collie" as my machine btw.  Or have you already patched your kernel source?  Just curious.  Thanks.
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CRON! (drool) cron (drool) Would this be the right place to make a request for a package to be added to the feed (drool) wink.gif
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post Dec 5 2006, 07:53 AM
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QUOTE(grog @ Dec 5 2006, 09:46 AM)
CRON! (drool) cron (drool) Would this be the right place to make a request for a package to be added to the feed (drool)  wink.gif
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bc & mutt would be GREAT additions too. PLEASE! thks
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post Dec 5 2006, 08:36 AM
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And here's a more userfriendlier fronted for browsing the feed: http://linuxtogo.org/~koen/sharprom/
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post Dec 5 2006, 10:49 AM
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Please compile ScummVM 0.9.0 and dependencies. ***major drool***


Noticed several packages refer to the 2.4.18 kernel. Will these work okay on 2.4.20 based units?


Thanks so much for all your hard work.
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kb7sqi
post Dec 5 2006, 11:54 AM
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QUOTE(grog @ Dec 5 2006, 11:53 AM)
QUOTE(grog @ Dec 5 2006, 09:46 AM)
CRON! (drool) cron (drool) Would this be the right place to make a request for a package to be added to the feed (drool)  wink.gif
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bc & mutt would be GREAT additions too. PLEASE! thks
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I built cron & bc yesterday in my spare time & just built mutt. Only takes a few minutes. Is it possible to upload ipk's made so they can be added to the feed? Or Enodr, do you want to build these items yourself? I don't care either way, I was just trying to save some duplication of work for people. I'm only using these packages on my 5500 running a hybrid tkc/sharp rom. On my 5600, I'm running OZ/Opie and GPE. I'm using my 5500 more for PDA/Work usage right now, and my 5600 is a hack system. Atleast till I get another a 3000/3100/3200.
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