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26 Jun 2005
I meant to address this to smuelas. He created the guide for the xqt keymapping found in http://w3.mecanica.upm.es/%7Esmuelas/debianxqt.html. Anyway, does anybody know how to access the pipe(|) character in Xqt. I can access it from Qt but because it is so limited I want to be able to it inside Xqt for writing shell scripts.

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11 Nov 2004
Hi Guys,

I know this is the place to ask this question.Please forgive me because I'm a newbie smile.gif I just want some pointers from u experts there. I used my zaurus a lot from command line through sshd. My question is is it possible to use command line to call qtopia apps and automate it. I know for instance that i can play music by typing mpegplayer $filename.

What I want to do is to extend this. For example I want to start my wireless lan without taking out my stylus and clicking the icon. Also I want to add to my to do without opening the screen protector of my zaurus wink.gif Too scared to scratch that nice screen.

I am not a typing freak but I just find it awkward sometime to open my zaurus when I remember somethin I need to do when I have my ssh connection in front of me already in my office. I can write some scripts. Been working with unix for a while but also imagine the possibility that this can do with cron and everything your zaurus can even write your own to do list. Any ideas

Thanks in advance
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