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22 Oct 2004
This bothers me and I am hoping that someone can tell me what dumb mistake I am doing. I have a qt application that launched fine from a terminal window, but never shows up when lauching from the "Applications" menu. All I get is "Please wait..." and then it goes away. My .desktop file contains the full path to the app. I have no problems running the app from a terminal window (full path or no). Anyone seen this?

My .desktop file looks like this:
[Desktop Entry]
Comment=Test
Exec=/opt/Qtopia/bin/test
Icon=Test
Type=Application
Name=Test

Thanks,
-- Brian
14 Oct 2004
New to the Zaurus and a little to Java, but trying to get a version of Swing working on my 6000. Downloaded swingZ.jar from http://jeffreyrfox.addr.com/zaurus/ and tried to run the sample, but it still could not find swing ( NoClassDefFoundError ). Sounds like a classpath problem, but I believe that I have the simplest config with swingZ.jar and SimpleExample.jar in the same directory and running it with "evm -cp ./swingZ.jar:SimpleClass.jar SimpleClass"

Anyone else got this working on the 6000 or have a better alternative to Swing on Zaurus for the easy creation of dialog windows?

Thanks,
-- Brian
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