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> Running Gftp Under Cacko, what package combo works? (move to Sharp section please admins)
danboid
post Nov 21 2007, 12:13 PM
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Just installed the latest pdaXqtrom under Cacko on c3000 (squashfs). There must be a pdaXqtrom thread on here somewhere but the search tool didn't find it...

First bug is that when I right click on the pdaX desktop I can't see any text in the menu, I just get a big grey rectangle

Secondly, gftp doesn't work - it says

BUG IN DYNAMIC LINKER ld.so: dl-version.c: 217: _dl_check_map_versions: <something>

gftp-gtk gives the same error

I'm only really bothered about gftp really- is it any good for copying files over ssh or is there a better gui for this?

Does the pdaXqtrom install script also do uninstall? Should I do that before I go installing X/Qt or will I just have the same problems?

Finally, what the difference between the .squashfs and .squashfs-- files?
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post Nov 22 2007, 05:01 AM
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I uninstaled pdaXQTrom installed the latest Xqt and I can read the fluxbox menu fine under that but I've still had no luck getting gftp to run. I've tried 3 different gftp 2.0.18 packages (for XQt / pdaX 1.1 b1/b3) but they either fail to run or crash the Z. I get two different warnings when I run gftp:

Gtk-warning **: locale not supported by C library

Gtk-warning **: Default font does not have a positive size

I installed the latest version of openssl from Menaies feed (the smaller, newest one)

If anybody has successfully got gftp running under Cacko could you please tell me what version of XQt / pdaXQTrom and other libs/ipks you used please!
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