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samac
QUOTE
root@acpzaurus:~# ipkg install irk
Nothing to be done
An error ocurred, return value: 4.
Collected errors:
Cannot find package irk.
Check the spelling or perhaps run 'ipkg update'

I copied this from another thread, as there was no answer evident.

Has anyone else come across this. The package is in the OPIE feed, but it will not work either from the package manager or from the command line.

I would welcome your suggestions.

Samac
samac
It will not even download from the site.

Help, would be appreciated.

Samac
grog
I use the irk-zaurus package from the ZUG feed on my 5600 without problems. HTH
samac
QUOTE(grog @ Jul 7 2005, 05:03 PM)
I use the irk-zaurus package from the ZUG feed on my 5600 without problems. HTH
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Thank you I will try that one.

Samac
samac
QUOTE(samac @ Jul 7 2005, 10:40 PM)
QUOTE(grog @ Jul 7 2005, 05:03 PM)
I use the irk-zaurus package from the ZUG feed on my 5600 without problems. HTH
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Thank you I will try that one.

Samac
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I now have irk-zaurus_0.11.0_arm.ipk installed, but nothing else is happening, no configuration program, no ability to select keyboard.

I know that it is probably something really simple, but I cannot figure out what I have done wrong.

Samac
grog
IIRC I had to reboot to get it to work. After that, an IRK entry with a kangaroo icon appeared in the input selection list (lower left corner, where you select keyboard, handwriting, etc). Assuming you get that far, then select IRK, hit the kangaroo & select Settings to set your Z type. Then just hit the 'on' radio button, line up the keyboard & it works. HTH
samac
QUOTE(grog @ Jul 8 2005, 03:22 PM)
IIRC I had to reboot to get it to work. After that, an IRK entry with a kangaroo icon appeared in the input selection list (lower left corner, where you select keyboard, handwriting, etc). Assuming you get that far, then select IRK, hit the kangaroo & select Settings to set your Z type. Then just hit the 'on' radio button, line up the keyboard & it works. HTH
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OK is that iirc or lirc, if it is iirc you will have to help again as I cannot find it on any feed.

Many thanks again

Samac
grog
QUOTE(samac @ Jul 8 2005, 11:09 AM)
QUOTE(grog @ Jul 8 2005, 03:22 PM)
IIRC I had to reboot to get it to work.
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OK is that iirc or lirc, if it is iirc you will have to help again as I cannot find it on any feed.
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I apologize for throwing in acronyms. That's not a package name. IIRC = If I Remember Correctly. I should learn that not everybody is as skilled at mangling the english language as I am smile.gif.

So just try rebooting & see if that helps.
OAO (Over And Out)
samac
Re-booting didn't help, and I am just as capable of mangling the English language. (Note that I used a contraction.) smile.gif

Samac
grog
I'm afraid that's all I did & it worked. Sorry I can't be more help. Maybe somebody else will key in? (HELLO THERE!!) good luck.
acpkendo
Do not use the ipk from the ZUG feed on OZ--none of the packages from external sites I've used have worked on 3.5.3.

The solution had something to do with strange dependency errors and/or the naming of the packages--Mickeyl commented that ipkg was too smart for its own good. The solution is as follows:

1) download the ipk to the Z (sorry, can't help you as to why it won't download--maybe try downloading to a desktop and transferring)

2) disable all feeds in /etc/ipkg.conf or via the package manager (you needn't erase them, just disable).

3) run ipkg update (or update via the package manager)

4) install the local copy of IRK (ipkg install ./irk-blahblah_0.11.0-r0_arm.ipk, or via the package manager). With no other dependencies in the database, it should install cleanly.

5) reboot (you can probably just restart Opie, but I haven't had a lot of luck with that).

6) re-enable all the feeds in /etc/ipkg.conf or the package manager

7) update
samac
Hi acpkendo

That seemed to install the package OK, I say seemed because on reboot I got a black screen of death.

Ho hum, not to worry, I will fix it later.

Samac
samac
I have tried several times to install this package, either to / or sd, and each time I get a black screen. This is easily fixed by ssh'ing in and removing irk.

Could the problem be Hentges 3.5.3 in conjuction with the r21 kernel?

If anyone is running this combination with irk, please let me know.

Samac
acpkendo
This is a problem with the IRK.conf file, that I thought was fixed in the current version. In any case, the easiest way is to drop out of Opie, install it from the command line, and then copy the /etc/skel/IRK.conf file (I think that's the location) to ~/Settings/

Then you should be golden.
samac
QUOTE(acpkendo @ Jul 15 2005, 08:08 PM)
This is a problem with the IRK.conf file, that I thought was fixed in the current version.  In any case, the easiest way is to drop out of Opie, install it from the command line, and then copy the /etc/skel/IRK.conf file (I think that's the location) to ~/Settings/

Then you should be golden.
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OK I found IRK.conf in /etc

There was a folder called IRK.conf in ~/Settings/ and it was linked to /media/card/home/root/Settings/IRK.conf/

I deleted the folders, copied /etc/IRK.conf to /media/card/home/root/Settings/IRK.conf then
ln -s /media/....../IRK.conf ~/Settings/IRK.conf

Rebooted and I now have a fully working infra-red keyboard.

Many, Many, Many Thanks.

Samac smile.gif
Snappy
QUOTE(samac @ Jul 15 2005, 09:04 PM)
QUOTE(acpkendo @ Jul 15 2005, 08:08 PM)
This is a problem with the IRK.conf file, that I thought was fixed in the current version.  In any case, the easiest way is to drop out of Opie, install it from the command line, and then copy the /etc/skel/IRK.conf file (I think that's the location) to ~/Settings/

Then you should be golden.
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OK I found IRK.conf in /etc

There was a folder called IRK.conf in ~/Settings/ and it was linked to /media/card/home/root/Settings/IRK.conf/

I deleted the folders, copied /etc/IRK.conf to /media/card/home/root/Settings/IRK.conf then
ln -s /media/....../IRK.conf ~/Settings/IRK.conf

Rebooted and I now have a fully working infra-red keyboard.

Many, Many, Many Thanks.

Samac smile.gif
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Hi there,

I took a look at the ZUG feed and did not even find the irk*.ipk ... much less install it ... ideas?
samac
Forget the ZUG feed, download the IRK package from here

then follow the instructions in this thread.

Samac
Snappy
QUOTE(samac @ Aug 13 2005, 09:56 PM)
Forget the ZUG feed, download the IRK package from here

then follow the instructions in this thread.

Samac
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thanks for your help and patience ... trying again ... smile.gif
Snappy
Samac, I get the following error when I try to install "irk_0.11-r2_arm.ipk" ...

"Nothing to be done
An error ocurred, return value: 4.
Collected errors:
Cannot find package irk.
Check the spelling or perhaps run 'ipkg update'

I issued "ipkg -d sd --force-depends install irk_0.11-r2_arm.ipk"

What's wrong? sad.gif
samac
Read the entire thread the answer is there, pay special attention to the threads that acpkendo contributed.

Samac
Snappy
QUOTE(samac @ Aug 14 2005, 08:59 AM)
Read the entire thread the answer is there, pay special attention to the threads that acpkendo contributed.

Samac
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Samac, thanks for your note there.

Yes, I have read the entire thread many times and tried the steps outlined by acpkendo as well ...
QUOTE
Do not use the ipk from the ZUG feed on OZ--none of the packages from external sites I've used have worked on 3.5.3.

The solution had something to do with strange dependency errors and/or the naming of the packages--Mickeyl commented that ipkg was too smart for its own good. The solution is as follows:

1) download the ipk to the Z (sorry, can't help you as to why it won't download--maybe try downloading to a desktop and transferring)

2) disable all feeds in /etc/ipkg.conf or via the package manager (you needn't erase them, just disable).

3) run ipkg update (or update via the package manager)

4) install the local copy of IRK (ipkg install ./irk-blahblah_0.11.0-r0_arm.ipk, or via the package manager). With no other dependencies in the database, it should install cleanly.

5) reboot (you can probably just restart Opie, but I haven't had a lot of luck with that).

6) re-enable all the feeds in /etc/ipkg.conf or the package manager

7) update


It is very apparent that acpkendo's post is the one I had to try as it is about the only instruction there is! rolleyes.gif and I have tried it like at least 3 times and hence I reposted asking for help as I keep getting the same error messages.

I am out of ideas how this installation will not even show the input method in the input selection. If there is anyone else with an alternate feed or installation steps that works for Belkin Universal keyboard (IR) with hentges rom oz3.5.3, please advise!

Thanks!
Greg2
QUOTE(Snappy @ Aug 13 2005, 06:41 PM)
I issued "ipkg -d sd --force-depends install irk_0.11-r2_arm.ipk"

What's wrong? sad.gif

Have you tried to use the irk-belkin_0.11-r1_arm.ipk from the 3.5.3 opie feed?

Greg
Snappy
QUOTE(Greg2 @ Aug 14 2005, 01:34 PM)
QUOTE(Snappy @ Aug 13 2005, 06:41 PM)
I issued "ipkg -d sd --force-depends install irk_0.11-r2_arm.ipk"

What's wrong? sad.gif

Have you tried to use the irk-belkin_0.11-r1_arm.ipk from the 3.5.3 opie feed?

Greg
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I tried both, but I'll give it another shot (again) ... unsure.gif ... another shot for me is better than admitting defeat! ... oooh ... hentges is doing practically everything I need ... I really hope it works this time ...

btw, does it matter if I have different versions of the IRK builds in my CF or SD card even though I am issuing the right command? Thx!
Snappy
Just retried, now the error becomes

"Nothing to be done
An error ocurred, return value: 4.
Collected errors:
Cannot find package irk-belkin
Check the spelling or perhaps run 'ipkg update'"

How?

btw, when I run "ipkg update" as per acpkendo's post, should be having the wifi card in? I am already running the latest oz3.5.3 and the hentges rom, will "ipkg update" mess things up? I've read some where that ipkg in the hentges rom is already the latest and should not require an update again. What gives?
Greg2
QUOTE(Snappy @ Aug 14 2005, 02:42 PM)
I am already running the latest oz3.5.3 and the hentges rom, will "ipkg update" mess things up? I've read some where that ipkg in the hentges rom is already the latest and should not require an update again. What gives?

No it won't mess things up, and you have to be connected to the internet to run ipkg update (not to be confused with upgrade!) and you will need all the depends like lirc_0.7.0-r5_collie.ipk from the /machine/collie feed.

Greg
Snappy
ok, apparently I did not click on the "update" after disabling each entry in apkg. Now it gives error one, missing dependency on lirc ... biggrin.gif

hmmm ... lirc fails to install ... grrr ...
Greg2
QUOTE(Snappy @ Aug 14 2005, 03:05 PM)
Now it gives error one, missing dependency on lirc ... biggrin.gif

You will also need the lirc-modules_0.7.0-r3_collie.ipk smile.gif

Greg
Snappy
Hi Greg,

Thanks for your time and help.

I just tried installing lirc-modules_0.7.0-r3_collie.ipk and got the following errors:

mknod: /dev/lirc: File exists
postinst script returned status 1
ERROR: lirc-modules.postinst returned 1

shall I remove /dev/lirc? ohmy.gif

EDIT: I just deleted /dev/lirc and retried ... it still had the status 1 error without the mknod failure... hmmm
Greg2
QUOTE(Snappy @ Aug 14 2005, 07:40 PM)
I just tried installing lirc-modules_0.7.0-r3_collie.ipk and got the following errors:

mknod: /dev/lirc: File exists
postinst script returned status 1
ERROR: lirc-modules.postinst returned 1

shall I remove /dev/lirc? ohmy.gif

No! When I say you 'need' something for it to work... you should check to see if you have it before you try to install it.smile.gif

OK... I just checked and the Hentges rom comes with lirc and the lirc-modules installed. I followed acpkendo's instructions in this thread like samac said and had no problems installing the irk-belkin ipk. The problem is I don't have a keyboard to check it out... I was just trying to help you make yours work.

I would suggest you clean up the mess you probably have from this (sorry about that) and follow acpkendo's instructions using the irk-belkin ipk.

Greg
Snappy
gee ... I think my system is pretty messed up ... sad.gif(

should I reinstall? ohmy.gif
Snappy
Greg, I reinstalled my Z yesterday with hentges rom 64-0 kernel and strangely, on reboot, the lirc and lirc-modules ipkgs are not installed by default on it.

Can you confirm the settings for your system? Thanks! Appreciate your time and help.

If these modules require a different kernel, I am most willingly to try it out. Please let me know. Thanks.
Greg2
QUOTE(Snappy @ Aug 15 2005, 08:42 AM)
Greg, I reinstalled my Z yesterday with hentges rom 64-0 kernel and strangely, on reboot, the lirc and lirc-modules ipkgs are not installed by default on it.

Just go to your taskbar and see if you can enable irda?

You can check:
/media/card/lib/modules/2.4.18-rmk7-pxa3-embedix/lirc/lirc_dev.o 'and' lirc_sir.o

and see if they are symlinked to

/lib/modules/2.4.18-rmk7-pxa3-embedix/lirc/lirc_dev.o 'and' lirc_sir.o

Greg
Snappy
irda can be enabled. smile.gif ... checking on the files ... thanks!

EDIT: Yes sir, they are! smile.gif ... what next?
Greg2
QUOTE(Snappy @ Aug 15 2005, 02:31 PM)
... what next?

Now you install the irk-belkin ipk as per the instructions here that acpkendo used:
http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=12428&hl=irk

I copied the irk-belkin ipk to my CF-card and disabled the feeds, then did ipkg update and installed it from the command line.

Remember to enable your feeds and do ipkg update after the installation. smile.gif

Greg
Snappy
I tried doing install using the irk-belkin ipk and got Cannot satisfy dependency on "lirc".

I tried installing "lirc" and it says postinst script returned status 1. sad.gif
Greg2
QUOTE(Snappy @ Aug 16 2005, 11:18 AM)
I tried doing install using the irk-belkin ipk and got Cannot satisfy dependency on "lirc".

I tried installing "lirc" and it says postinst script returned status 1. sad.gif
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Snappy, lirc 'is' already installed. Use --force-depends to install the belkin ipk.

Greg
Snappy
Hi Greg, thanks for your time. smile.gif

Now it says

Configuring irk-belkin
Configuring lirc-modules
mknod: /dev/lirc: File exists
postinst script returned status 1
ERROR: lirc-modules.postinst returned 1

what does status 1 mean anyway?
Snappy
btw, Greg, I just reflashed my Z with Hentges rom 64-0 and sure enough, neither lirc nor lirc-modules are installed. Can you confirm if you really have both modules installed in the default installation? Thanks.
Greg2
QUOTE(Snappy @ Aug 16 2005, 10:37 PM)
Now it says

Configuring irk-belkin
Configuring lirc-modules
mknod: /dev/lirc: File exists
postinst script returned status 1
ERROR: lirc-modules.postinst returned 1

I can only assume that however you tried this:
QUOTE
I tried installing "lirc" and it says postinst script returned status 1.

That you have screwed up the ipkg list? So you must once again follow the instructions in this thread and disable the ipkg feeds and do ipkg update then install the ipk from the command line with --force-depends. rolleyes.gif

Greg
Snappy
QUOTE(Greg2 @ Aug 17 2005, 12:12 PM)
QUOTE(Snappy @ Aug 16 2005, 10:37 PM)
Now it says

Configuring irk-belkin
Configuring lirc-modules
mknod: /dev/lirc: File exists
postinst script returned status 1
ERROR: lirc-modules.postinst returned 1

I can only assume that however you tried this:
QUOTE
I tried installing "lirc" and it says postinst script returned status 1.

That you have screwed up the ipkg list? So you must once again follow the instructions in this thread and disable the ipkg feeds and do ipkg update then install the ipk from the command line with --force-depends. rolleyes.gif

Greg
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ok, so if I am hearing you right, it means that despite the fact that I did a clean reinstall, and that lirc and lirc-modules are not installed by default in my case (from a clean reinstall), I should go ahead with the ipkg update and install instructions in this thread? If so, I have a clean install right now and would be happy to try it out. Thanks.
Greg2
QUOTE(Snappy @ Aug 17 2005, 08:15 AM)
ok, so if I am hearing you right, it means that despite the fact that I did a clean reinstall, and that lirc and lirc-modules are not installed by default in my case (from a clean reinstall),

What makes you think there not installed?

G
Snappy
QUOTE(Greg2 @ Aug 17 2005, 12:19 PM)
QUOTE(Snappy @ Aug 17 2005, 08:15 AM)
ok, so if I am hearing you right, it means that despite the fact that I did a clean reinstall, and that lirc and lirc-modules are not installed by default in my case (from a clean reinstall),

What makes you think there not installed?

G
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Greg, thanks for your speedy reply. smile.gif

from the default install, /etc/init.d directory does not contain lirc anywhere. If my assumption is not true, let me know and I'll go ahead with a reinstall with the instructions herein again. Thanks.
Snappy
ok, I a reinstall with the instructions herein. and here's the output:

Installing irk-belkin (0.11-r1) to sd...
Configuring irk-belkin
Configuring lirc-modules
mknod: /dev/lirc: File exists
postinst script returned status 1
ERROR: lirc-modules returned status 1
Collected errors:
Warning: Cannot satisfy the following dependencies for irk-belkin:
lirc

This is from a fresh install of hentges rom. Unless I read wrongly, it appears that lirc is not installed in my case and lirc-modules is not installed by default properly as well.

Ideas?
Greg2
QUOTE(Snappy @ Aug 17 2005, 08:43 AM)
ok, I a reinstall with the instructions herein. and here's the output:

Installing irk-belkin (0.11-r1) to sd...
Configuring irk-belkin
Configuring lirc-modules
mknod: /dev/lirc: File exists
postinst script returned status 1
ERROR: lirc-modules returned status 1
Collected errors:
Warning: Cannot satisfy the following dependencies for irk-belkin:
              lirc

This is from a fresh install of hentges rom. Unless I read wrongly, it appears that lirc is not installed in my case and lirc-modules is not installed by default properly as well.

Ideas?
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Let's check for:
/etc/init.d/lircd symlinked to /media/card/etc/>?
If it's not there install the lirc_0.7.0-r5_collie.ipk

Check for:
/lib/modules/2.4.18-rmk7-pxa3-embedix/lirc/lirc_dev.o 'and' lirc_sir.o symlinked to /media/card/lib/>?
If not there install the lirc-modules_0.7.0-r3_collie.ipk

Check for:
/opt/QtPalmtop/plugins/inputmethods/libirk.so libirk.so.1 libirk.so.1.0 libirk.so.1.0.0 symlinked to /media/card/opt/QtPalmtop/plugins/>?
/etc/lircd.conf symlinked to /media/card/etc/>?
/etc/IRK.conf symlinked to /media/card/opt/QtPalmtop/etc/skel/IRK.conf ?
If not there install the irk-belkin_0.11-r1_arm.ipk 'as per the instructions in this thread'.
Reboot and you should have the Belkin option available like I have. (but no keyboard to check it)

Please fix this... your giving me a headache! wacko.gif

Greg
Snappy
[quote=Greg2,Aug 17 2005, 03:17 PM]
Let's check for:
/etc/init.d/lircd symlinked to /media/card/etc/>?
If it's not there install the lirc_0.7.0-r5_collie.ipk
[quote]

Checked. Its not there ...

installation gives:

update-rc.d: /etc/init.d/lirc file does not exist

[quote=Greg2,Aug 17 2005, 03:17 PM]
Check for:
/lib/modules/2.4.18-rmk7-pxa3-embedix/lirc/lirc_dev.o 'and' lirc_sir.o symlinked to /media/card/lib/>?
If not there install the lirc-modules_0.7.0-r3_collie.ipk
[/quote]

Checked. Yes they are there.

[quote=Greg2,Aug 17 2005, 03:17 PM]
Check for:
/opt/QtPalmtop/plugins/inputmethods/libirk.so libirk.so.1 libirk.so.1.0 libirk.so.1.0.0 symlinked to /media/card/opt/QtPalmtop/plugins/>?
/etc/lircd.conf symlinked to /media/card/etc/>?
/etc/IRK.conf symlinked to /media/card/opt/QtPalmtop/etc/skel/IRK.conf ?
If not there install the irk-belkin_0.11-r1_arm.ipk 'as per the instructions in this thread'.
Reboot and you should have the Belkin option available like I have. (but no keyboard to check it)

Please fix this... your giving me a headache! wacko.gif

Greg
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[/quote]

Checked. Not there whatsoever. Only the default three:

libqhandwriting.so
libqmultikey.so
libqpickboard.so

I cannot install irk-belkin because it will have the lirc errors as stated earlier.

As you said earlier that lirc and lirc-modules are installed by default in hentges rom, Can you point me to the install rom that you use so that I can just have it by default? The default as I see it from almost 7 times of reflashing, points to that they are not installed by default and attempts to install them fails as well.

I hope to have this fixed too! smile.gif ... unfortunately the errors I am encountering are simply incomprehensible. I'm pinging CoreDump to see if he has any insight about having lirc/lirc-modules installed by default in the hentges rom in case I missed out anything.

Meanwhile, appreciate your time and suggestions. Let me know if there is anything else I should try. Thanks! smile.gif
Greg2
QUOTE(Snappy @ Aug 17 2005, 12:16 PM)
As you said earlier that lirc and lirc-modules are installed by default in hentges rom, Can you point me to the install rom that you use so that I can just have it by default? The default as I see it from almost 7 times of reflashing, points to that they are not installed by default and attempts to install them fails as well.

I 'think' I'm using the oz-opie-collie_T3-RC-1-EN.tar.gz that was in the 'do not use' folder on the hentges server. It's guessing it's now the T3 in the regular files... I'm not sure if anything would be different involving the lirc-modules? It doesn't really matter now because you have the modules installed.

I know it comes with the opie-irdaapplet, and irda-utils so just go ahead and place the lirc ipk on your CF-card and install using --force-depends. You will still get errors... ignore them and follow the instructions for the belkin ipk. Then check the files and symlinks that I've listed for you, and make sure you have the:
/etc/IRK.conf symlinked to /media/card/opt/QtPalmtop/etc/skel/IRK.conf
before you reboot.

Greg
CoreDump
FYI:

CODE
cat /etc/hentges.version


Reveals the release of your initrd.bin and cardfs installation.
Greg2
QUOTE(CoreDump @ Aug 17 2005, 04:35 PM)
CODE
cat /etc/hentges.version


Reveals the release of your initrd.bin and cardfs  installation.

root@collie:/# cat /etc/hentges.version [ROM] OZ 3.5.3 / OPIE 1.2.0 ROM Release T3-RC1, [20050723] [CardFS] cardfs-opie-collie for OZ 3.5.3 / OPIE 1.2.0 ROM Release T3-RC1, [20050723]

Thanks smile.gif

Greg
Snappy
QUOTE(Greg2 @ Aug 17 2005, 07:06 PM)
QUOTE(Snappy @ Aug 17 2005, 12:16 PM)
As you said earlier that lirc and lirc-modules are installed by default in hentges rom, Can you point me to the install rom that you use so that I can just have it by default? The default as I see it from almost 7 times of reflashing, points to that they are not installed by default and attempts to install them fails as well.

I 'think' I'm using the oz-opie-collie_T3-RC-1-EN.tar.gz that was in the 'do not use' folder on the hentges server. It's guessing it's now the T3 in the regular files... I'm not sure if anything would be different involving the lirc-modules? It doesn't really matter now because you have the modules installed.

I know it comes with the opie-irdaapplet, and irda-utils so just go ahead and place the lirc ipk on your CF-card and install using --force-depends. You will still get errors... ignore them and follow the instructions for the belkin ipk. Then check the files and symlinks that I've listed for you, and make sure you have the:
/etc/IRK.conf symlinked to /media/card/opt/QtPalmtop/etc/skel/IRK.conf
before you reboot.

Greg
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Greg and CoreDump, thanks for your time. Again, I must refer to my earlier post that lirc is *not* present or installed, based on the assumption that if it is installed by default, the lirc node or config file would be present. I'm hoping to hear back from CoreDump on whether lirc and lirc-modules are indeed installed by default.

So, let me get this straight. Despite all the errors I've encountered, I should carry on? huh.gif well, actually I did for a few of the install runs and after reboot, I still don't get the input method for the ir keyboards besides the 3 defaults. sad.gif unsure.gif

Well ... ... ... I'll retry once again. I'll just reflash my z again. I got so ... that I reflashed my Z with Cacko rom. Not that I am giving up ... yet. I just had to see something else work on my z to have the faith or strength to retry. grrr

EDIT: It was the pdaXrom that I flashed out of frustration ... not that it mattered. wink.gif ... ok ... any final words before I flash back to Hentges? tongue.gif
Snappy
Just reinstalled hentges...

root@collie:/# cat /etc/hentges.version
[ROM] OZ 3.5.3 / OPIE 1.2.0 ROM Release T3, [20050729]

So we are using "slightly" different rom versions... but nevertheless ... I'll install cardfs now and see how it goes ... (note to self: ignore all all errors ... )
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