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> Beep from Terminal using Default ROM?, Only a beep between me and some success.
ClintReese
post Nov 4 2004, 04:11 PM
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QUOTE(jfv @ Nov 4 2004, 03:15 PM)
If I understand correctly, libncurses provides this hybrid console GUI, which you may not need. For kismet you can install kismetQt, or whatever it's called, which provides a proper GUI for it. As far as buzzme is concerned you should just need to put the binary in your path and it will buzz for you, you shouldn't need any libraries. If you are having trouble finding the binary I'll mirror it for you here. Please let me know if it works.

Felipe

It didn't work. I copied it to the zaurus, did a
chmod 777 buzzme
and executed it by specifying the full path name. No response except another command prompt. No errors either.

Thanks, but it doesn't seem to be working. sad.gif

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post Nov 4 2004, 04:14 PM
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QUOTE(ClintReese @ Nov 4 2004, 04:11 PM)
QUOTE(jfv @ Nov 4 2004, 03:15 PM)
If I understand correctly, libncurses provides this hybrid console GUI, which you may not need. For kismet you can install kismetQt, or whatever it's called, which provides a proper GUI for it. As far as buzzme is concerned you should just need to put the binary in your path and it will buzz for you, you shouldn't need any libraries. If you are having trouble finding the binary I'll mirror it for you here. Please let me know if it works.

Felipe

It didn't work. I copied it to the zaurus, did a
chmod 777 buzzme
and executed it by specifying the full path name. No response except another command prompt. No errors either.

Thanks, but it doesn't seem to be working. sad.gif

Clint Reese

Oops! Duh! I need to add it to my path and then make the command line call which you specified earlier... Hehehe.... Next time I need to think before I post.

Thanks again. Off to try again.

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post Nov 4 2004, 04:16 PM
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QUOTE(jfv @ Nov 4 2004, 03:15 PM)
If I understand correctly, libncurses provides this hybrid console GUI, which you may not need. For kismet you can install kismetQt, or whatever it's called, which provides a proper GUI for it. As far as buzzme is concerned you should just need to put the binary in your path and it will buzz for you, you shouldn't need any libraries. If you are having trouble finding the binary I'll mirror it for you here. Please let me know if it works.

Felipe

Hurray!!! It works! It works! It works! It's alive!! It's alive!!!

Thank you, thank you, thank you. smile.gif

Is there any way that I can repay you? (within reason smile.gif

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post Nov 4 2004, 04:27 PM
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Hurray! It works! Thanks again, jfv and radioz! Let me know if there is something within reason that I can do for you. smile.gif

Final solution:

1. Use the buzzme binary and the python cramfs which were suggested to me. chmod, of course.

2. Use the following commands in Python, based on the path in which I had buzzme:

import os

os.system('/home/zaurus/buzzme -t')

It's a beautiful thing! Thanks again. smile.gif

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