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pgas
emacs binaries only:
* emacs-base_21.4a_armv5tel.ipk :

emacs lisp files:
* emacs-lisp_21.4a_armv5tel.ipk

emacs lisp sources (the previous contains the byte compiled lisp files):
* emacs-lisp-source_21.4a_armv5tel.ipk

emacs info manuals and man pages:
* emacs-documentation_21.4a_armv5tel.ipk

emacs leim (multilanguage inputs):
* emacs-leim_21.4a_armv5tel.ipk

emacs various (refcard, tex and other pretty useless things)
* emacs-extra_21.4a_armv5tel.ipk

Emacs by default wants other fonts than the ones in pdaxrom installing them is left as an exercise.

But you can still start emacs like : emacs -fn 8x13

Mirrors are welcome

Let me know if something is wrong

mail.pdaxrom.org/contrib/pgas/
jh
Great, thanks! I'll mirror the packages here for a while:

emacs mirror

jason
ctop
QUOTE(pgas @ Oct 3 2005, 09:27 PM)
Let me know if something is wrong


On RC11, it needs libungif.so.4, where do I find that file?

Chris
pgas
http://212.10.30.205/rc11/Zaurus-7x0-860/feed/

--> libungif_4.1.3-1_armv5tel.ipk
ctop
QUOTE(pgas @ Oct 4 2005, 01:19 PM)
http://212.10.30.205/rc11/Zaurus-7x0-860/feed/

--> libungif_4.1.3-1_armv5tel.ipk
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Ah, right!! Thanks, Emacs now works just wonderful. This will make exploring pdaXrom much easier :-)

Chris
miskinis
FYI - I am had problems installing emacs from pgas's feed in the beta1 pdaXrom for 6000.
I can't tell if the issue is with the feed, or beta1.

Although ipkg seems to like the feed for the "ipkg update" command, it fails for an
install, as noted below. I was able to download and install the files, but I figured
I'd let you know about potential problems with the feed. It seems there is a space
being added in the filename, between the "a" and the "_" on the line right after the
install command:

ipkg -d sd install emacs-base
filename - emacs-base_21.4a _armv5tel.ipk

Downloading http://mail.pdaxrom.org/contrib/pgas//emacs-base_21.4a ...
--22:16:26-- http://mail.pdaxrom.org/contrib/pgas//emacs-base_21.4a
=> `/mnt/card/home/tmp/ipkg/emacs-base_21.4a'
Resolving mail.pdaxrom.org... 212.10.30.205
Connecting to mail.pdaxrom.org|212.10.30.205|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 404 Not Found
22:16:27 ERROR 404: Not Found.

ipkg_download: ERROR: Failed to retrieve http://mail.pdaxrom.org/contrib/pgas//emacs-base_21.4a, returning
ipkg_get_install: Perhaps you need to run `ipkg update'?
deckard73
Hi

QUOTE(miskinis @ Jun 18 2006, 02:59 AM)
FYI - I am had problems installing emacs from pgas's feed in the beta1 pdaXrom for 6000.
I can't tell if the issue is with the feed, or beta1.

Although ipkg seems to like the feed for the "ipkg update" command, it fails for an
install, as noted below.  I was able to download and install the files, but I figured
I'd let you know about potential problems with the feed.  It seems there is a space
being added in the filename, between the "a" and the "_" on the line right after the
install command:

ipkg -d sd install emacs-base
filename - emacs-base_21.4a _armv5tel.ipk

Downloading http://mail.pdaxrom.org/contrib/pgas//emacs-base_21.4a ...
--22:16:26--  http://mail.pdaxrom.org/contrib/pgas//emacs-base_21.4a
          => `/mnt/card/home/tmp/ipkg/emacs-base_21.4a'
Resolving mail.pdaxrom.org... 212.10.30.205
Connecting to mail.pdaxrom.org|212.10.30.205|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 404 Not Found
22:16:27 ERROR 404: Not Found.

ipkg_download: ERROR: Failed to retrieve http://mail.pdaxrom.org/contrib/pgas//emacs-base_21.4a, returning
ipkg_get_install: Perhaps you need to run `ipkg update'?
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The page is (temporary) not available.

You can compile emacs by yourself. But do this on an external memory or drive. It takes some time. (several hours) And probably needs swapspace allocated before.
There is a thread about compiling emacs on Z, but it could be outdated.

Good luck
Enno
miskinis
QUOTE(deckard73 @ Jun 19 2006, 01:28 PM)
The page is (temporary) not available.
You can compile emacs by yourself. [...]


Hi,

As I stated, I was able to download the .ipk files, and install them "manually". They
will not install with the "ipkg install emacs-base" command however, so I was pointing
out that there is either a problem with that feed (most likely) or a wierd issue with the
beta1.

I figured I'd mention it, so users can still get and install emacs, and also so the
appropriate folks will know there is an issue that needs to be corrected.

Thanks though! John
miskinis
Hi,

Does anyone have GNU Emacs IPKs for the 5500? I've searched and searched,
as I thought these were available, but maybe I used to use micro-emacs back when
I used my 5500 on a daily basis.

EDIT: By the way, I tried the emacs21-withx_21.3-1_arm.ipk in the X/Qt feed,
symlinked ncurses.so to ncurses.so.4, but it fails with "/mnt/card/opt/QtPalmtop/bin/emacs: relocation error: /mnt/card/opt/QtPalmtop/bin/emacs: undefined symbol: __modsi3"

(And, I'm using beta1 on the 5500)


John
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