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10 Aug 2004
Hello,

Where can obtain the Xfree86 install package? All the links on this site and elsewhere on the web seem to point to the same point on sourceforge and don't work. I believe I am looking for: x11zaurus_0.8_arm.ipk

Is this perhaps deprecated and replaced by the pdaXrom? I'd like to install X-win on my SL-5500, but I'd rather not have to flash the rom to do it and I've been have poor results with Xqt, though I'm trying to resolve those, too.

Thanks in advance,
Nathan
9 Aug 2004
I am trying to install Xqt on my Zaurus SL-5500 and so far appear to be failing. I followed some instructions I found here (http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=5381&st=15) which led me to install the following packages:

xqt-fonts-misc
xqt-server
glibc-locale-eucjp
xbase-etc
xlibs
xqt-startup-scripts
xbase-clients
blackbox
gdk-pixbuf
glib-addition
gtk

everything seemed to go smoothly, but when I run Start X, the icon sort of "lights up" but nothing noticeable happens (the icon stays bright until I run something else). If I run X/Qt Server, I get an x-win looking background with the X cursor that behaves strangely. If I enter a letter, the screen goes away and I'm back to Qtopia.

Running xinit from the terminal, I get:
CODE
xinit: No such file or directory (errno 2): no server "X" in PATH

Use the -- option, or make sure that /opt/QtPalmtop/bin is in your path and that "X" is a program or a link to the right type of server for your display.  Possible server names include:

[here there is a pause]

giving up.
xinit: Connection refused (errno 111): unable to connect to X server
xinit: No such process (errno 3): Server error.


I tried unistalling the locale and font ipks since that was a suggestion I read somewhere, but it didn't seem to help.

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance,
Nathan
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