QUOTE(auauhiro @ Jun 3 2005, 03:19 PM)
Debian running on Qt/X has no troubles and almost all X-Clients including gtk2 and KDE work well.
I assume that QT/X-server uses the X-libraries of pdaXrom after chrooted to pdaXrom and because of the incompatibility of the libries between hard-float and soft-float, Qt/X server can not work properly. Using debians, the debians libraries are hard-float and they are newer than those of Qt/X, so they are upper-compatible to those of Qt/X. If I can make the static-linked Qt/X server, it also will work well on pdaXrom.
No, X/Qt runs outside the chroot, only the pdax apps are inside the chroot. There is no conflict of libs for X/Qt - it only uses the libs that are installed fro in on the zaurus, not anything inside the chroot.
The problems I had were not with X/Qt but with apps inside the chroot not getting the devices/environment they expected. Once X/Qt has started you can run apps for X/Qt along with apps in the pdax chroot. As long as you have the DISPLAY settings correct they will both appear in X/Qt server.