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Meanie
Hi all,

I have build some cramfs images with X/Qt preconfiured on it and also some X applications ready to go. This has been tested on C3x00 and C1000 models with the Sharp ROM and should also work on other models as well. All the cramfs images can be installed on SD or CF cards.

The bundle comes in several files,

xqt-gtk-jumbo.cramfs is the preconfigured X/Qt image
xqt-apps.cramfs contains various X applications (abiword,dillo,ethereal,flfm,fltdj,gimp,gqview,gnumeric,grisbi,minimo,nedit,sylp
eed,xchat,xmms)
xqt-mozilla.cramfs contains firefox and thunderbird
java.cramfs contains the full 1.3.1 jre plus compiler tools
xqt-openoffice.cramfs contains openoffice 1.1.4

and an install script to automatically configure the cramfs images

details can be found at http://www.users.on.net/~hluc/myZaurus/jumbo/xqtjumbo.html

and discussions about these packages are on the C1000/3x00 General discussions forums http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=13011
loc4me
QUOTE(Meanie @ Nov 20 2005, 09:41 PM)
Hi all,

I have build some cramfs images with X/Qt preconfiured on it and also some X applications ready to go. This has been tested on C3x00 and C1000 models with the Sharp ROM and should also work on other models as well. All the cramfs images can be installed on SD or CF cards.

The bundle comes in several files,

xqt-gtk-jumbo.cramfs is the preconfigured X/Qt  image
xqt-apps.cramfs contains various X applications (abiword,dillo,ethereal,flfm,fltdj,gimp,gqview,gnumeric,grisbi,minimo,nedit,sylp
eed,xchat,xmms)
xqt-mozilla.cramfs contains firefox and thunderbird
java.cramfs contains the full 1.3.1 jre plus compiler tools
xqt-openoffice.cramfs contains openoffice 1.1.4

and an install script to automatically configure the cramfs images

details can be found at http://www.users.on.net/~hluc/myZaurus/jumbo/xqtjumbo.html

and discussions about these packages are on the C1000/3x00 General discussions forums http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=13011
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Thanks Meanie, that is awesome. I am fixing to try it out. With all the information on your website and the time and effort you have put into your jumbo X/QT package and then this, you have been a great resource (along with everyone on OESF) for all of us who are just getting our feet wet with the capabilites of our Zaurus.

-Mark
freebird
Hi all

I have installed the cramfs on my c860, every thing is ok
included openoffice cramfs

thanks meanie wink.gif

What i wolud like now is to make the fonts of xqt same as on cacko
i mean bigger and bold

any help guys
cvmiller
QUOTE(Meanie @ Nov 20 2005, 06:41 PM)
Hi all,

I have build some cramfs images with X/Qt preconfiured on it and also some X applications ready to go. This has been tested on C3x00 and C1000 models with the Sharp ROM and should also work on other models as well. All the cramfs images can be installed on SD or CF cards.


Thanks a lot Meanie!

I got it installed and running, as per your most excellent instructions. However, I have 2 remaining questions (perhaps more laster)
1) On your web page you show the pop-up menu for fluxbox, how did you do that? What/where do you tap to get the pop-up to pop up?

2)xmodmaprc file. I am running on a SL6000, and the built in keyboard works fine, but my nice IR Pocketop keyboard does not type lower case letters (only upper and numbers). When I look at your example xmodrc file, I don't see lower case, which is probably why.
Question is: How does one determine the scan codes of letters typed? I tried xev, but it doesn't seem to print anything when I type lower case letters sad.gif

Thanks again!

Craig...

==== Edited on 26 Jan =================
OK, I have answers.
1) use the Fn key and tap to get the right button. Is this key definable (in some conf file)? On a SL-6000, it would be nice to move this key to an outside button (like the "dot" button).

2)This seems to be a confusion point between the internal keyboard (on a SL-6000) and the IR keyboard as to what is caps lock. If I press caps lock on the IR keyboard, then I get small chars in Xqt, and caps in Qt. Kind of odd, but it works. Again, is there a config file that sets up what is caps and what is not?

Thanks again,

Craig...
xamindar
Is it possible to install packages onto the cramfs? I want to add gaim and possibly a newer version of grisbi but it doesn't work.
cvmiller
QUOTE(xamindar @ Feb 5 2006, 11:33 PM)
Is it possible to install packages onto the cramfs?  I want to add gaim and possibly a newer version of grisbi but it doesn't work.
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I am sure others are more knowledgable than I on this, but I believe that cramfs is (for the Zaurus) really readonly. That is because it is a compressed FS, it must be written in its entirety (at once). Given this, probably the X/qt images should be mounted as ro rather than rw.

Creating a cramfs image to use on the Zaurus is a whole different discussion. Unfortunately, I have no experience there.

I hope this helps,

Craig...
gab74
Anyone can insert gpsdrive in the apps cram image ?
xamindar
QUOTE(gab74 @ Feb 16 2006, 08:52 AM)
Anyone can insert gpsdrive in the apps cram image ?
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Actually you can create your own. After I posted above I later went back to meanie's site and he explains how to make your own image in addition to the ones he has. So I was able to make one for gaim. You need to do a lot of dependancy searching though.
cmonex
ok x works, apps work but they are useless to me because i cant get the keyboard to work...

# xmodmap -pke > /home/zaurus/.xmodmaprc

this just gives me this error:

error while loading shared libs, libx11.so.6: cannot load shared object file: no such file or dir

also i have no idea how to remap. the whole instruction set is unclear to such a newbie as i am..

C760, cacko 1.23...

thanks...
DaemonsGR
Hello ppl, Im trying to install xqt pack on hhd4 (ext3, mounted at boot) with cacko 1.23 rom.
The installation ends OK but I couldnt find a way to run xipk-link or ipkg-link to link the package with /

Any help?
Meanie
QUOTE(DaemonsGR @ Mar 11 2006, 04:33 PM)
Hello ppl, Im trying to install xqt pack on hhd4 (ext3, mounted at boot) with cacko 1.23 rom.
The installation ends OK but I couldnt find a way to run xipk-link or ipkg-link to link the package with /

Any help?
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you need to install the ipktools package for either of the above commands. the installer/setup scripts in the cramfs images is actually a modified xipk-link script. you are probably better off using the cramfs images since they are newer and if you want more speed, you can mount the cramfs images and copy their contents to /hdd4 before running the setup scripts.
DaemonsGR
thnx alot
xamindar
Hey meanie, any news on an updated version of the cramfs?
bam
I am still waiting for the non-cramfs update...
DaemonsGR
New question!
Do I need to use some other key map for debian? I have c3100 so as Meanie says it is included in the xqt pack... but in debian I can write on the terminal! (some chars are working but other are wrong! ex. P=backspace!!! )
Meanie
QUOTE(DaemonsGR @ Mar 13 2006, 05:35 AM)
New question!
Do I need to use some other key map for debian? I have c3100 so as Meanie says it is included in the xqt pack... but in debian I can write on the terminal! (some chars are working but other are wrong! ex. P=backspace!!! )
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Strange, all my keys work fine. try the keymap provided on the site and if that does not work, then use xev to customise
bolbit
Hi meanie,
it seems that the location of the cramfs changed (http://www.thegrinder.ws/Meanies_XQT/cram/) , it is now : http://thegrinder.ws/Meanies_XQT/cram/

upd : http://www.thegrinder.ws/Meanies_XQT/cram/ is working now (???)
DaemonsGR
Can be found here : http://zaurus.daemons.gr/menaie/mirror/jumbo/images/

varoudis@jefferson [~/public_html/zaurus/menaie/mirror/jumbo/images]# ls -la
total 499348
drwxr-xr-x 2 varoudis varoudis 4096 Mar 18 23:12 ./
drwxr-xr-x 5 varoudis varoudis 4096 Mar 18 03:20 ../
-rw-r--r-- 1 varoudis varoudis 23714687 Mar 18 02:08 java.cramfs.zip
-rw-r--r-- 1 varoudis varoudis 21101074 Mar 18 10:31 java.squashfs.zip
-rw-r--r-- 1 varoudis varoudis 21679371 Mar 18 11:29 java.tgz
-rw-r--r-- 1 varoudis varoudis 50378227 Mar 18 03:51 xqt-apps.cramfs.zip
-rw-r--r-- 1 varoudis varoudis 44021173 Mar 18 13:31 xqt-apps.squashfs.zip
-rw-r--r-- 1 varoudis varoudis 40791677 Mar 18 15:12 xqt-apps.tgz
-rw-r--r-- 1 varoudis varoudis 1127 Mar 18 03:51 xqt-cleanup.zip
-rw-r--r-- 1 varoudis varoudis 18653657 Mar 18 16:00 xqt-gtk-jumbo.cramfs.zip
-rw-r--r-- 1 varoudis varoudis 16936474 Mar 18 16:35 xqt-gtk-jumbo.squashfs.zip
-rw-r--r-- 1 varoudis varoudis 17095285 Mar 18 16:59 xqt-gtk-jumbo.tgz
-rw-r--r-- 1 varoudis varoudis 1917 Mar 18 09:37 xqt-install.sh.zip
-rw-r--r-- 1 varoudis varoudis 23749823 Mar 18 05:14 xqt-mozilla.cramfs.zip
-rw-r--r-- 1 varoudis varoudis 20063296 Mar 18 17:27 xqt-mozilla.squashfs.zip
-rw-r--r-- 1 varoudis varoudis 20147041 Mar 18 18:08 xqt-mozilla.tgz
-rw-r--r-- 1 varoudis varoudis 103252523 Mar 18 09:33 xqt-openoffice.cramfs.zip
-rw-r--r-- 1 varoudis varoudis 89119794 Mar 18 23:12 xqt-openoffice.squashfs.zip
PaulBx1
I hate it when I have so many choices. smile.gif I wouldn't mind getting a little guidance what to do.

I currently have a C1000 with Cacko 1.23 and a 256MB SD card, currently with 111MB available (more with a cleanup). When I installed Cacko I had it repartitioned, IIRC so that Cacko was in 32MB and the other 96MB was open; currently 85MB is still available there. My system info also shows 10MB of "Temporary Storage", anybody know what that is? <later>Oops, I found that note on one of Meanie's pages, about the tmpfs during boot.

I understand there are two forms of X/Qt, one a cramfs (size?) and the other a regular ipk 40MB in size. I understand the ipk can go in my 96MB internal flash partition, or the SD (or CF if I had one) with an additional linking step using "xipk-link". And the cramfs can go anywhere.

I'm guessing it makes sense to load the ipk into the internal flash; I have read the performance starting up some of these big packages is not so great, so leaving out the decompression step and the slow SD access should help, right?

My highest priority is a good spreadsheet (better than Hancom Sheet). I would probably first try gnumeric, if it can import and export .xls files. Can I fit that also in the internal flash? Or should it go on the SD? Performance tradeoffs? If it doesn't work out for my application, the next step would be openoffice. Am I going to have trouble fitting openoffice into my current hardware?

Next priority would be Firefox and Thunderbird. Same sorts of questions.

I'm not necessarily looking for a detailed map of what's best for my C1000, but just some general guidelines for choosing one configuration over another.

Finally I remember reading somewhere I need 512MB of space on the SD, I don't see why because X/Qt is only 40MB, right? And even smaller as a cramfs? I want to know if I need to buy another SD to get what I want. <later>Oops, again I noticed that this refers to the space needed if OpenOffice is installed.
cmonex
QUOTE(PaulBx1 @ Mar 25 2006, 05:48 PM)
I'm guessing it makes sense to load the ipk into the internal flash; I have read the performance starting up some of these big packages is not so great, so leaving out the decompression step and the slow SD access should help, right?



yay i'd like to know that myself. using the cramfs from SD now and its slow to start up that's for sure..
ArchiMark
Related to the last few posts, could Meanie or others comment on the pros and cons of using the various forms of Meanie's XQT-Jumbo packages:

1) non-cramfs

2) cramfs

3) squashfs

Not sure which one would be good for me to use on my C3100, now that I've restored my Z back to original state.... rolleyes.gif

Also, besides the internal 4GB microdrive, I have a 1GB SD card that I usually leave in my 3100...I try to avoid depending on use of CF storage card so that I can always use my WiFi or Ethernet card....

Besides X/Qt, I'll probably install Debian too, so that's a consideration as well....

Appreciate all input!

Thanks,

Mark
qx773
I found that having an uncompressed image of the XQT Jumbo package on my SD card made the software run slower, probably due to the slow access time of the SD card.
Meanie
X/Qt jumbo is now deprecated and not being updated anymore. Instead there is now X/Qt super jumbo aka pdaXqtrom. This new package is installed just like the jumbo cramfs images. The pdaXqtrom-base image replaces the xqt-gtk-jumbo image. The squashfs images have been uploaded, the cramfs images will follow shortly.
http://zaurus.daemons.gr/menaie/mirror/jum....html#pdaxqtrom
Note: not all items on the menu are installed yet, but they will be in the next release. This release is for general testing to iron out bugs and see how well it works on other models apart from the C3x00 series. Check out the keyboard mappings and send me your fixes in case some keys are wrong since I am unable to test the keyboard mappings on other models except the ones I have. The SL-6000 should also work fine. Let me know about the window sizings.
xamindar
QUOTE(Meanie @ Apr 22 2006, 03:55 PM)
X/Qt jumbo is now deprecated and not being updated anymore. Instead there is now X/Qt super jumbo aka pdaXqtrom. This new package is installed just like the jumbo cramfs images. The pdaXqt-base image replaces the xqt-gtk-jumbo image. The squashfs images have been uploaded, the cramfs images will follow shortly.
http://zaurus.daemons.gr/menaie/mirror/jum....html#pdaxqtrom
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OH MY GOSH I LOVE YOU!
ArchiMark
Hi Meanie,

Want to try out your new pdaXqtrom...but don't want to mess things up... rolleyes.gif

So since I already have X/Qt/Debian installed using your cramfs images on my /hdd3, what should I do before installing??

Should I uninstall X/Qt first? and Debian too??

If so, what's best way to uninstall??

Thanks,

Mark


QUOTE(Meanie @ Apr 22 2006, 04:55 PM)
X/Qt jumbo is now deprecated and not being updated anymore. Instead there is now X/Qt super jumbo aka pdaXqtrom. This new package is installed just like the jumbo cramfs images. The pdaXqtrom-base image replaces the xqt-gtk-jumbo image. The squashfs images have been uploaded, the cramfs images will follow shortly.
http://zaurus.daemons.gr/menaie/mirror/jum....html#pdaxqtrom
Note: not all items on the menu are installed yet, but they will be in the next release. This release is for general testing to iron out bugs and see how well it works on other models apart from the C3x00 series. Check out the keyboard mappings and send me your fixes in case some keys are wrong since I am unable to test the keyboard mappings on other models except the ones I have. The SL-6000 should also work fine. Let me know about the window sizings.
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Meanie
QUOTE(ArchiMark @ Apr 24 2006, 03:24 AM)
Hi Meanie,

Want to try out your new pdaXqtrom...but don't want to mess things up...  rolleyes.gif

So since I already have X/Qt/Debian installed using your cramfs images on my /hdd3, what should I do before installing??

Should I uninstall X/Qt first? and Debian too??

If so, what's best way to uninstall??

Thanks,

Mark


QUOTE(Meanie @ Apr 22 2006, 04:55 PM)
X/Qt jumbo is now deprecated and not being updated anymore. Instead there is now X/Qt super jumbo aka pdaXqtrom. This new package is installed just like the jumbo cramfs images. The pdaXqtrom-base image replaces the xqt-gtk-jumbo image. The squashfs images have been uploaded, the cramfs images will follow shortly.
http://zaurus.daemons.gr/menaie/mirror/jum....html#pdaxqtrom
Note: not all items on the menu are installed yet, but they will be in the next release. This release is for general testing to iron out bugs and see how well it works on other models apart from the C3x00 series. Check out the keyboard mappings and send me your fixes in case some keys are wrong since I am unable to test the keyboard mappings on other models except the ones I have. The SL-6000 should also work fine. Let me know about the window sizings.
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you should have a xqt-gtk-jumbo item in your uninstall list. just uninstall it and then install pdaXqtrom, or if you have the cramfs version of xqt-gtk-jumbo installed, then you can also just install pdaXqtrom and it will just overrride xqt-gtk-jumbo links. you can easily switch between pdaXqtrom and xqt-gtk-jumbo by just re-running their setup scripts. if yo installed the ipk, then you should uninstall it. pocketworkstation is currently being ignored by the pdaXqtrom. well, it calls debrunner to launch pocketworkstation, but debrunner doesn't exist yet smile.gif i will add that later...
freebird
QUOTE(Meanie @ Apr 22 2006, 11:55 PM)
X/Qt jumbo is now deprecated and not being updated anymore. Instead there is now X/Qt super jumbo aka pdaXqtrom. This new package is installed just like the jumbo cramfs images. The pdaXqtrom-base image replaces the xqt-gtk-jumbo image. The squashfs images have been uploaded, the cramfs images will follow shortly.
http://zaurus.daemons.gr/menaie/mirror/jum....html#pdaxqtrom
Note: not all items on the menu are installed yet, but they will be in the next release. This release is for general testing to iron out bugs and see how well it works on other models apart from the C3x00 series. Check out the keyboard mappings and send me your fixes in case some keys are wrong since I am unable to test the keyboard mappings on other models except the ones I have. The SL-6000 should also work fine. Let me know about the window sizings.
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Hi all

MEANIE WHAT TO SAY? YOU ARE THE BEST!!!

It is amazing what you did ! a great work !
I have just installed your PDAXQTROM and it's feeds on my C860, and the first good surprise for me is GTK2 THEME SWITCHER, even on pdaxrom i didn't have this pleasure GNUMERIC GIMP GQVIEW all with big bold fonts menu, it was like a gift for me, thanks guy smile.gif
first results of my testing all seems to work fine , only ABIWORD doesn't work it hungs immediately after a small white square
the keymapping have not yet tested
i will post more informations after testing keymapping and each application

cheers
freebird
xamindar
bummer. it appears that the new cramfs jumbo package has messed up my wget. I hope it hasn't messed up anything else.
CODE
$ wget http://radnimax.com/misc/screenshot1.jpg
--01:42:06--  http://radnimax.com/misc/screenshot1.jpg
          => `screenshot1.jpg'
Resolving radnimax.com... 24.4.222.188
wget: error while loading shared libraries: wget: undefined symbol: __umodsi3
$        


Wget is required by shoutcast player and now it can't get any playlists.

Anyone know a fix for this?
Meanie
QUOTE(xamindar @ Apr 24 2006, 06:46 PM)
bummer.  it appears that the new cramfs jumbo package has messed up my wget.  I hope it hasn't messed up anything else.
CODE
$ wget http://radnimax.com/misc/screenshot1.jpg
--01:42:06--  http://radnimax.com/misc/screenshot1.jpg
          => `screenshot1.jpg'
Resolving radnimax.com... 24.4.222.188
wget: error while loading shared libraries: wget: undefined symbol: __umodsi3
$        


Wget is required by shoutcast player and now it can't get any playlists.

Anyone know a fix for this?
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hm.. what version of wget are you using? maybe try a newer version.
try this link http://zaurus.daemons.gr/menaie/feed/
freebird
Hi MEANIE
here are some reports after testing on my c860

gqview and xpdf sizing is ok

but abiword and stardict doesn't work
here is what i get when trying to launch abiword
CODE
$xlauncher abiword
launching abiword - please wait a moment...
(process:405): Gdk-WARNING **: locale not supported by C library
(abiword:405): Gtk-WARNING **: locale not supported by C library.
            Using the fallback 'C' locale.
(abiword:405):GdkPixbuf-WARNING **: Error loading XPM image loader: image type 'xpm' is not supported
(abiword:405):Gtk-CRITICAL **: gtk_icon_set_new_from_pixbuf: assertion 'pixbuf !=NULL' failed
(abiword:405):Gtk-CRITICAL **: gtk_icon_factory_add: assertion 'icon_set != NULL' failed
(abiword:405):Gtk-CRITICAL **: gtk_icon_set_unref: assertion 'icon_set != NULL' failed

and here is what i get when trying to launch stardict
CODE
$xlauncher stardict
launching stardict - please wait a moment...
(sardict:428): Gtk-WARNING **: locale not supported by C library
            Using the fallback 'C' locale.

(sardict:428): Gdk-WARNING **: locale not supported by C library

(gnome_segv:431):Gtk-WARNING **: locale not supported by C library
            Using the fallback 'C' locale.
(gnome_segv:431):Gdk-WARNING **: locale not supported by C library

then a message box is opened with this text THE APPLICATION "stardict" has quit unexpectedly.
choose restart application or close


cheers
freebird
ArchiMark
Did what you suggested, Meanie...uninstalled 'xqt-gtk-jumbo' first using uninstaller then installed pdaXqtrom using your new files and script.

Here's what I got in console:

CODE
bash-2.05$ su
# ./pdaXqtrom-install.sh
X/Qt super jumbo installer - version 0.3.6
automounter is not installed.
it is recommended to install automounter or something similar
The system has 7 loop devices.
There are 3 cramfs/squashfs images.
...checking for pdaXqtrom-base.cramfs
pdaXqtrom-base.cramfs not found.
...installing pdaXqtrom-base to /hdd3
Warning: ambiguous entry for pdaXqtrom-base.squashfs found in /etc/fstab
pdaXqtrom 1.1.0 - beta 0.7.5
Installing pdaXqtrom-base on borzoi...
...updating package info
...copying desktop config files to /opt/QtPalmtop/apps/XQt
...copying .directory to /opt/QtPalmtop/apps/XQt/.directory
...copying .order to /opt/QtPalmtop/apps/XQt/.order
...copying Xqt.desktop to /opt/QtPalmtop/apps/XQt/Xqt.desktop
...copying startx.desktop to /opt/QtPalmtop/apps/XQt/startx.desktop
...copying icons files to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144
...copying Xqt.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/Xqt.png
...copying startx.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/startx.png
...copying xsplash.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/xsplash.png
...copying xtab.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/xtab.png
...copying xterm.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/xterm.png
...linking files to /opt/QtPalmtop/help/html
...linking files to /opt/QtPalmtop/share/locale/ja/LC_MESSAGES
...linking files to /opt/QtPalmtop/share/themes
...linking files to /opt/QtPalmtop/share
...linking files to /opt/QtPalmtop/etc
...linking files to /opt/QtPalmtop/bin
...linking files to /opt/QtPalmtop/lib/X11
...linking files to /opt/QtPalmtop/lib/gconv
...linking files to /opt/QtPalmtop/lib/glib-2.0
...linking files to /opt/QtPalmtop/lib/gtk-2.0
...linking files to /opt/QtPalmtop/lib/locale
...linking files to /opt/QtPalmtop/lib/pango
...linking files to /opt/QtPalmtop/lib
...linking files to /usr/bin
...linking files to /usr/lib
...linking files to /usr/share
...linking files to /usr/local/bin
...linking files to /usr/local/lib
...linking files to /usr/local/share
...copying config files to /etc/X11
...copying app-defaults to /etc/X11/app-defaults
...copying defaultwm to /etc/X11/defaultwm
...copying kb to /etc/X11/kb
...copying proxymngr to /etc/X11/proxymngr
...copying xinit to /etc/X11/xinit
...copying xserver to /etc/X11/xserver
...copying config files to /etc/bonobo-activation
...copying bonobo-activation-config.xml to /etc/bonobo-activation/bonobo-activation-config.xml
...copying config files to /etc/fonts
...copying fonts.conf to /etc/fonts/fonts.conf
...copying fonts.dtd to /etc/fonts/fonts.dtd
...copying local.conf to /etc/fonts/local.conf
...copying config files to /etc/gconf
...copying 2 to /etc/gconf/2
...copying gconf.xml.defaults to /etc/gconf/gconf.xml.defaults
...copying gconf.xml.mandatory to /etc/gconf/gconf.xml.mandatory
...copying schemas to /etc/gconf/schemas
...copying config files to /etc/gnome-vfs-2.0
...copying modules to /etc/gnome-vfs-2.0/modules
...copying config files to /etc/gtk-2.0
...copying config files to /etc/imlib
...copying im_palette-small.pal to /etc/imlib/im_palette-small.pal
...copying im_palette-tiny.pal to /etc/imlib/im_palette-tiny.pal
...copying im_palette.pal to /etc/imlib/im_palette.pal
...copying imrc to /etc/imlib/imrc
...copying config files to /etc/pango
...copying pangox.aliases to /etc/pango/pangox.aliases
...copying config files to /etc/sound
...copying events to /etc/sound/events
...linking X server and config
...copying xmodmaprc to /etc/X11/kb
...copying user config files to /home/zaurus
...copying .gtkrc to /home/zaurus/.gtkrc
...copying .gtkrc-2.0 to /home/zaurus/.gtkrc-2.0
...loading libraries
...generating config files
gtk-query-immodules-2.0: error while loading shared libraries: libXrandr.so.2: cannot load shared object file: No such file or directory
pdaXqtrom-base configured.
...checking for pdaXqtrom-apps.cramfs
pdaXqtrom-apps.cramfs not found.
...installing pdaXqtrom-apps to /hdd3
Warning: ambiguous entry for pdaXqtrom-apps.squashfs found in /etc/fstab
mount: Mounting /hdd3/pdaXqtrom-apps.squashfs on /mnt/pdaXqtrom-apps failed: Invalid argument
...checking for zgcc2-95-2.cramfs
zgcc2-95-2.cramfs not found.
...installing zgcc2-95-2 to /hdd3
Warning: ambiguous entry for zgcc2-95-2.squashfs found in /etc/fstab
mount: Mounting /hdd3/zgcc2-95-2.squashfs on /mnt/zgcc failed: Invalid argument
X/Qt installed and configured (if found).
#      


One weird thing is that I checked to make sure and I do have automounter installed!

Any suggestions??

Thanks,

Mark

QUOTE(Meanie @ Apr 23 2006, 11:56 PM)
QUOTE(ArchiMark @ Apr 24 2006, 03:24 AM)
Hi Meanie,

Want to try out your new pdaXqtrom...but don't want to mess things up...  rolleyes.gif

So since I already have X/Qt/Debian installed using your cramfs images on my /hdd3, what should I do before installing??

Should I uninstall X/Qt first? and Debian too??

If so, what's best way to uninstall??

Thanks,

Mark


you should have a xqt-gtk-jumbo item in your uninstall list. just uninstall it and then install pdaXqtrom, or if you have the cramfs version of xqt-gtk-jumbo installed, then you can also just install pdaXqtrom and it will just overrride xqt-gtk-jumbo links. you can easily switch between pdaXqtrom and xqt-gtk-jumbo by just re-running their setup scripts. if yo installed the ipk, then you should uninstall it. pocketworkstation is currently being ignored by the pdaXqtrom. well, it calls debrunner to launch pocketworkstation, but debrunner doesn't exist yet smile.gif i will add that later...
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xamindar
QUOTE(Meanie @ Apr 24 2006, 05:19 AM)
QUOTE(xamindar @ Apr 24 2006, 06:46 PM)
bummer.  it appears that the new cramfs jumbo package has messed up my wget.  I hope it hasn't messed up anything else.
CODE
$ wget http://radnimax.com/misc/screenshot1.jpg
--01:42:06--  http://radnimax.com/misc/screenshot1.jpg
          => `screenshot1.jpg'
Resolving radnimax.com... 24.4.222.188
wget: error while loading shared libraries: wget: undefined symbol: __umodsi3
$        


Wget is required by shoutcast player and now it can't get any playlists.

Anyone know a fix for this?
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hm.. what version of wget are you using? maybe try a newer version.
try this link http://zaurus.daemons.gr/menaie/feed/
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The version I have is 1.10.2

I'll try the one on that feed next chance I get. I currently do not have a wget package listed in my install list so it must be the one that came with cacko/sharp rom.
xamindar
Hey ArchiMark, after you uninstalled the previous version did you remimber to remove the mounts from your fstab and reboot?
ArchiMark
Ummmmm......no........

rolleyes.gif

So I'll do that and try again, right???......

Thanks, xamindar!

Mark
QUOTE(xamindar @ Apr 24 2006, 02:14 PM)
Hey ArchiMark, after you uninstalled the previous version did you remimber to remove the mounts from your fstab and reboot?
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Meanie
QUOTE(freebird @ Apr 25 2006, 03:03 AM)
Hi MEANIE
here are some reports after testing on my c860

gqview and xpdf sizing is ok

but abiword and stardict doesn't work
here is what i get when trying to launch abiword
CODE
$xlauncher abiword
launching abiword - please wait a moment...
(process:405): Gdk-WARNING **: locale not supported by C library
(abiword:405): Gtk-WARNING **: locale not supported by C library.
            Using the fallback 'C' locale.
(abiword:405):GdkPixbuf-WARNING **: Error loading XPM image loader: image type 'xpm' is not supported
(abiword:405):Gtk-CRITICAL **: gtk_icon_set_new_from_pixbuf: assertion 'pixbuf !=NULL' failed
(abiword:405):Gtk-CRITICAL **: gtk_icon_factory_add: assertion 'icon_set != NULL' failed
(abiword:405):Gtk-CRITICAL **: gtk_icon_set_unref: assertion 'icon_set != NULL' failed

and here is what i get when trying to launch stardict
CODE
$xlauncher stardict
launching stardict - please wait a moment...
(sardict:428): Gtk-WARNING **: locale not supported by C library
            Using the fallback 'C' locale.

(sardict:428): Gdk-WARNING **: locale not supported by C library

(gnome_segv:431):Gtk-WARNING **: locale not supported by C library
            Using the fallback 'C' locale.
(gnome_segv:431):Gdk-WARNING **: locale not supported by C library

then a message box is opened with this text THE APPLICATION "stardict" has quit unexpectedly.
choose restart application or close


cheers
freebird
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oh, he C locale problem again. That one is easy to fix.

Add

CODE
export LC_ALL=C
export LANGUAGE=C

into /home/zaurus/.profile

if the file does not exist, create a new one

QUOTE
# source /home/zaurus/.profile


to apply the setting or quit the console and start it again.

also, remove /etc/X11 directory and rerun pdaXqtrom-base-setup
ArchiMark
Well...just tried what you suggested, xamindar, but I'm still getting error messages during install....
Deleted about 5-6 mounts in my fstab and then rebooted before trying to reinstall again....

CODE
bash-2.05$ su
# cd /hdd3
# ls
debroot                  pdaXqtrom-base.squashfs  usr                      xqt-install.sh
home                     pdaXqtrom-install.sh     xqt-apps.cramfs          zgcc2-95-2.squashfs
install.sh               pocketworkstation        xqt-cleanup
pdaXqtrom-apps.squashfs  swapfile                 xqt-gtk-jumbo.cramfs
# ./pdaXqtrom-install.sh
X/Qt super jumbo installer - version 0.3.6
automounter is not installed.
it is recommended to install automounter or something similar
The system has 7 loop devices.
There are 3 cramfs/squashfs images.
...checking for pdaXqtrom-base.cramfs
pdaXqtrom-base.cramfs not found.
...installing pdaXqtrom-base to /hdd3
Warning: ambiguous entry for pdaXqtrom-base.squashfs found in /etc/fstab
pdaXqtrom 1.1.0 - beta 0.7.5
Installing pdaXqtrom-base on borzoi...
...updating package info
...copying desktop config files to /opt/QtPalmtop/apps/XQt
...copying icons files to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144
...linking files to /opt/QtPalmtop/help/html
...linking files to /opt/QtPalmtop/share/locale/ja/LC_MESSAGES
...linking files to /opt/QtPalmtop/share/themes
...linking files to /opt/QtPalmtop/share
...linking files to /opt/QtPalmtop/etc
...linking files to /opt/QtPalmtop/bin
...linking files to /opt/QtPalmtop/lib/X11
...linking files to /opt/QtPalmtop/lib/gconv
...linking files to /opt/QtPalmtop/lib/glib-2.0
...linking files to /opt/QtPalmtop/lib/gtk-2.0
...linking files to /opt/QtPalmtop/lib/locale
...linking files to /opt/QtPalmtop/lib/pango
...linking files to /opt/QtPalmtop/lib
...linking files to /usr/bin
...linking files to /usr/lib
...linking files to /usr/share
...linking files to /usr/local/bin
...linking files to /usr/local/lib
...linking files to /usr/local/share
...copying config files to /etc/X11
...copying config files to /etc/bonobo-activation
...copying config files to /etc/fonts
...copying config files to /etc/gconf
...copying config files to /etc/gnome-vfs-2.0
...copying config files to /etc/gtk-2.0
...copying config files to /etc/imlib
...copying config files to /etc/pango
...copying config files to /etc/sound
...linking X server and config
...copying user config files to /home/zaurus
...loading libraries
...generating config files
pdaXqtrom-base configured.
...checking for pdaXqtrom-apps.cramfs
pdaXqtrom-apps.cramfs not found.
...installing pdaXqtrom-apps to /hdd3
Warning: ambiguous entry for pdaXqtrom-apps.squashfs found in /etc/fstab
pdaXqtApps - beta 0.7.5
Installing pdaXqtApps on borzoi...
...updating package info
...copying desktop config files to /opt/QtPalmtop/apps/XQt
...copying abiword.desktop to /opt/QtPalmtop/apps/XQt/abiword.desktop
...copying dillo.desktop to /opt/QtPalmtop/apps/XQt/dillo.desktop
...copying firefox.desktop to /opt/QtPalmtop/apps/XQt/firefox.desktop
...copying galculator.desktop to /opt/QtPalmtop/apps/XQt/galculator.desktop
...copying gimp.desktop to /opt/QtPalmtop/apps/XQt/gimp.desktop
...copying scite.desktop to /opt/QtPalmtop/apps/XQt/scite.desktop
...copying stardict.desktop to /opt/QtPalmtop/apps/XQt/stardict.desktop
...copying sylpheed.desktop to /opt/QtPalmtop/apps/XQt/sylpheed.desktop
...copying thunderbird.desktop to /opt/QtPalmtop/apps/XQt/thunderbird.desktop
...copying xarchiver.desktop to /opt/QtPalmtop/apps/XQt/xarchiver.desktop
...copying xchat.desktop to /opt/QtPalmtop/apps/XQt/xchat.desktop
...copying xpdf.desktop to /opt/QtPalmtop/apps/XQt/xpdf.desktop
...copying icons files to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144
...copying abiword.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/abiword.png
...copying dillo.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/dillo.png
...copying ethereal.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/ethereal.png
...copying firefox.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/firefox.png
...copying galculator.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/galculator.png
...copying gimp.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/gimp.png
...copying linux_debian.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/linux_debian.png
...copying minimo.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/minimo.png
...copying openoffice.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/openoffice.png
...copying scite.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/scite.png
...copying stardict.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/stardict.png
...copying sylpheed.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/sylpheed.png
...copying thunderbird.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/thunderbird.png
...copying xarchiver.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/xarchiver.png
...copying xchat.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/xchat.png
...copying xpdf.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/xpdf.png
...linking files to /opt/QtPalmtop/bin
...linking files to /usr/bin
...linking files to /usr/lib
...linking files to /usr/share
...linking files to /usr/local/bin
...linking files to /usr/local/share
...copying config files to /etc/gconf
...copying config files to /etc/gimp
...copying 2.0 to /etc/gimp/2.0
...copying config files to /etc/tuxpaint
...copying tuxpaint.conf to /etc/tuxpaint/tuxpaint.conf
...linking X server and config
...copying user config files to /home/zaurus
...copying .dillo to /home/zaurus/.dillo
...copying .gimp-2.3 to /home/zaurus/.gimp-2.3
...copying .xmms to /home/zaurus/.xmms
...copying .xpdfrc to /home/zaurus/.xpdfrc
...loading libraries
...generating config files
pdaXqtApps configured.
...checking for zgcc2-95-2.cramfs
zgcc2-95-2.cramfs not found.
...installing zgcc2-95-2 to /hdd3
Warning: ambiguous entry for zgcc2-95-2.squashfs found in /etc/fstab
X/Qt installed and configured (if found).
# xlauncher pdaxrom
error: please su with - or run as zaurus user
# exit
bash-2.05$ xlauncher pdaxrom
warning: sudo not found!
enabling swap /hdd3/swapfile
swapon: swapon: Operation not permitted
starting X and pdaxrom - please wait a moment...
bash-2.05$      


Any suggestions???

Thanks,

Mark

QUOTE(xamindar @ Apr 24 2006, 02:14 PM)
Hey ArchiMark, after you uninstalled the previous version did you remimber to remove the mounts from your fstab and reboot?
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xamindar
Well, I installed the version of wget from your feed meanie (same version as the one I had) and it works now. Thanks!
Meanie
well archimark, your installation looks ok.
the ambiguous entries in /etc/fstab could be a problem for automounter to correctly mount the squashfs images for you, but you can manually remount the images yourself after a reboot.
you probably have an older version of automounter which is not detected. try installing a newer version of automounter, ie 0.4.7
http://www.users.on.net/~hluc/myZaurus/stuff/
the cramfs warnings are ok because you are using the squashfs images instead.
the swap error is also ok. it just means the zaurus user could not enable swap for you because you dont have sudo installed. just enable swap manually yourself as root.

now the option pdaxrom doesn't exist, just xlauncher will do smile.gif

I will fix the installer script a bit to make it more obvious.
Cresho
QUOTE(Meanie @ Apr 24 2006, 07:34 PM)
well archimark, your installation looks ok.
the ambiguous entries in /etc/fstab could be a problem for automounter to correctly mount the squashfs images for you, but  you can manually remount the images yourself after a reboot.
you probably have an older version of automounter which is not detected. try installing a newer version of automounter, ie 0.4.7
http://www.users.on.net/~hluc/myZaurus/stuff/
the cramfs warnings are ok because you are using the squashfs images instead.
the swap error is also ok. it just means the zaurus user could not enable swap for you because you dont have sudo installed. just enable swap manually yourself as root.

now the option pdaxrom doesn't exist, just xlauncher will do smile.gif

I will fix the installer script a bit to make it more obvious.
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YEY! waiting for the next one.
Meanie
pdaXqtrom install script fixed. try again and all should be fine now (hopefully)
sudo is only needed to enable the swap for you automatically so it is not really required. just enable swap yourself smile.gif
xamindar
Slightly off topic: When you enable swap, and use it heavily, does your wifi card ever get kind of stuck? For example, I can remove the card and the wifi applet will stay in the tray and the zaurus doesn't even know it was removed. I can put it back in and still no change, except the connection LED will stay on. In this state I am not able to connect or reset the card and I have to reboot to fix it. It only happens when I have swap enabled on the hard disk.

On topic: How do I go about adding gaim and grisbi to pdaxqtrom(the only two programs I want this for and they aren't there)? Is it the same way I did it on the previous one? I can't just install them because I only have 15MB of /home left.

EDIT:: i just tried ssh and got the same error that i got with wget. dang, any ideas? i dont have the room to reinstall all my console programs.
Meanie
QUOTE(xamindar @ Apr 25 2006, 04:44 PM)
Slightly off topic:  When you enable swap, and use it heavily, does your wifi card ever get kind of stuck?  For example, I can remove the card and the wifi applet will stay in the tray and the zaurus doesn't even know it was removed.  I can put it back in and still no change, except the connection LED will stay on.  In this state I am not able to connect or reset the card and I have to reboot to fix it.  It only happens when I have swap enabled on the hard disk.

On topic:  How do I go about adding gaim and grisbi to pdaxqtrom(the only two programs I want this for and they aren't there)?  Is it the same way I did it on the previous one?  I can't just install them because I only have 15MB of /home left.

EDIT::  i just tried ssh and got the same error that i got with wget.  dang, any ideas?  i dont have the room to reinstall all my console programs.
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well ok, just relink the libfloat.so.1 file from the rom image to /opt/QtPalmtop/lib/libfloat.so.1

eg on the c3100

CODE
ln -sf /usr/QtPalmtop.rom/lib/libfloat.so.1 /opt/QtPalmtop/lib/libfloat.so.1


please report all problems, even if you find a workaround so that it can be all included in the next update.

btw, gaim and grisbi were purposely left out because there are newer versions available which I was planning to compile, but I can put the older version on in the interim.

ok, i just did some investigation, all Cacko users will have the libfloat problem, while Sharp ROM users will be fine smile.gif
I will have to write something smart in the installer for the Cacko users to leave their libfloat alone....
Cresho
QUOTE(xamindar @ Apr 24 2006, 10:44 PM)
Slightly off topic:  When you enable swap, and use it heavily, does your wifi card ever get kind of stuck?  For example, I can remove the card and the wifi applet will stay in the tray and the zaurus doesn't even know it was removed.  I can put it back in and still no change, except the connection LED will stay on.  In this state I am not able to connect or reset the card and I have to reboot to fix it.  It only happens when I have swap enabled on the hard disk.

On topic:  How do I go about adding gaim and grisbi to pdaxqtrom(the only two programs I want this for and they aren't there)?  Is it the same way I did it on the previous one?  I can't just install them because I only have 15MB of /home left.

EDIT::  i just tried ssh and got the same error that i got with wget.  dang, any ideas?  i dont have the room to reinstall all my console programs.
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eject the wifi from the icon at the taskbar. then pull wifi out.
ArchiMark
Meanie, thanks for your help...

A. Automounter

Weird thing is that I checked and I had the latest version of your automounter installed. But just to make sure I uninstalled it and reinstalled it....

B. /etc/fstab

Deleted some entries in fstab before trying to install again.

C. pdaXqtrom Install

CODE
./pdaXqtrom-install.sh
X/Qt super jumbo installer - version 0.3.6.1
automounter is installed.
stopping loop devices...
old version of automounter detected, please update
The system has 7 loop devices.
There are 3 cramfs/squashfs images.
...purging /etc/X11
...checking for pdaXqtrom-base
...installing pdaXqtrom-base to /hdd3
Can't find /hdd3/pdaXqtrom-base.squashfs in /etc/fstab
...checking for pdaXqtrom-apps
...installing pdaXqtrom-apps to /hdd3
pdaXqtApps - beta 0.7.5
Installing pdaXqtApps on borzoi...
...updating package info
...copying desktop config files to /opt/QtPalmtop/apps/XQt
...copying axyftp.desktop to /opt/QtPalmtop/apps/XQt/axyftp.desktop
...copying bluefish.desktop to /opt/QtPalmtop/apps/XQt/bluefish.desktop
...copying dia.desktop to /opt/QtPalmtop/apps/XQt/dia.desktop
...copying firefox.desktop to /opt/QtPalmtop/apps/XQt/firefox.desktop
...copying gnumeric.desktop to /opt/QtPalmtop/apps/XQt/gnumeric.desktop
...copying gqview.desktop to /opt/QtPalmtop/apps/XQt/gqview.desktop
...copying nedit.desktop to /opt/QtPalmtop/apps/XQt/nedit.desktop
...copying thunderbird.desktop to /opt/QtPalmtop/apps/XQt/thunderbird.desktop
...copying xmms.desktop to /opt/QtPalmtop/apps/XQt/xmms.desktop
...copying icons files to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144
...copying axyftp.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/axyftp.png
...copying bluefish.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/bluefish.png
...copying bochs.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/bochs.png
...copying dia.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/dia.png
...copying firefox.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/firefox.png
...copying flfm.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/flfm.png
...copying fltdj.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/fltdj.png
...copying gnumeric.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/gnumeric.png
...copying gqview.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/gqview.png
...copying grisbi.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/grisbi.png
...copying nedit.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/nedit.png
...copying thunderbird.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/thunderbird.png
...copying vnc.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/vnc.png
...copying xmms.png to /opt/QtPalmtop/pics144/xmms.png
...linking files to /opt/QtPalmtop/bin
...linking files to /usr/bin
...linking files to /usr/lib
...linking files to /usr/share
...linking files to /usr/local/bin
...linking files to /usr/local/share
...copying config files to /etc/gconf
...copying config files to /etc/gimp
...copying config files to /etc/tuxpaint
...linking X server and config
/mnt/pdaXqtrom-apps/pdaXqtApps-setup: cannot create /etc/X11/defaultwm: directory nonexistent
...checking for zgcc2-95-2
...installing zgcc2-95-2 to /hdd3
configuring zgcc...
...zgcc is configured at /mnt/zgcc
...linking /mnt/zgcc/lib/libc.so.6 to /usr/lib/libc.so
...linking /mnt/zgcc/lib/libc_nonshared.a to /usr/lib/libc_nonshared.a
...linking /mnt/zgcc/lib/libopcodes-2.9.5.0.31.so to /opt/QtPalmtop/lib/libopcodes-2.9.5.0.31.so
...linking /mnt/zgcc/lib/libbfd-2.9.5.0.31.so to /opt/QtPalmtop/lib/libbfd-2.9.5.0.31.so
...linking /mnt/zgcc/include/Qtopia to /opt/QtPalmtop/include
...linking /mnt/zgcc/include/Qtopia to /opt/QtPalmtop/sharp/include
...linking /mnt/zgcc/bin/moc to /opt/QtPalmtop/bin/moc
...linking /mnt/zgcc/bin/uic to /opt/QtPalmtop/bin/uic
...linking /mnt/zgcc/perl/bin/perl to /usr/bin/perl
...linking /mnt/zgcc/perl/bin/perl to /usr/local/bin/perl
...linking /mnt/zgcc/perl/bin/find2perl to /usr/bin/find2perl
...linking /mnt/zgcc/perl/bin/perl-5.6 to /usr/bin/perl-5.6
...linking /mnt/zgcc/perl/bin/perl5.6.1 to /usr/bin/perl5.6.1
...linking /mnt/zgcc/perl/bin/perlbug to /usr/bin/perlbug
...linking /mnt/zgcc/perl/bin/perlcc to /usr/bin/perlcc
...linking /mnt/zgcc/perl/bin/perldoc to /usr/bin/perldoc
...linking /mnt/zgcc/perl/bin/pl2pm to /usr/bin/pl2pm
...linking /mnt/zgcc/perl/bin/pod2html to /usr/bin/pod2html
...linking /mnt/zgcc/perl/bin/pod2latex to /usr/bin/pod2latex
...linking /mnt/zgcc/perl/bin/pod2text to /usr/bin/pod2text
...linking /mnt/zgcc/perl/bin/pod2usage to /usr/bin/pod2usage
...linking /mnt/zgcc/perl/bin/podchecker to /usr/bin/podchecker
...linking /mnt/zgcc/perl/bin/podselect to /usr/bin/podselect
...linking /mnt/zgcc/perl/bin/pstruct to /usr/bin/pstruct
...linking /mnt/zgcc/perl/bin/rename to /usr/bin/rename
...linking /mnt/zgcc/perl/bin/s2p to /usr/bin/s2p
...linking /mnt/zgcc/perl/bin/splain to /usr/bin/splain
...linking /mnt/zgcc/perl/bin/xmlcatalog to /usr/bin/xmlcatalog
...linking /mnt/zgcc/perl/bin/xmllint to /usr/bin/xmllint
...linking /mnt/zgcc/perl/lib/libperl.so.5.6 to /usr/lib/libperl.so.5.6
...linking /mnt/zgcc/perl/lib/libperl.so.5.6.1 to /usr/lib/libperl.so.5.6.1
...linking /mnt/zgcc/perl/lib/libxmlparse.so to /usr/lib/libxmlparse.so
...linking /mnt/zgcc/perl/lib/perl to /usr/lib/perl
...linking /mnt/zgcc/perl/lib/perl to /usr/local/lib/perl
...linking /mnt/zgcc/perl/local/site_perl to /usr/local/lib/site_perl
...linking /mnt/zgcc/perl/share/perl to /usr/share/perl
...linking /mnt/zgcc/perl/share/perl to /usr/local/share/perl

X/Qt installed and configured (if found).
use xlauncher or the StartX icon to start it.

# xlauncher
xlauncher: not found


When I tried installing by tapping on the 'StartX' icon I got the error message:

"Unable to find this application 'startx-wrapper'. Please confirm the installed media."

I do see that there's still error messages shown during install process....

Any suggestions??

blink.gif

Thanks,

Mark



QUOTE(Meanie @ Apr 24 2006, 08:34 PM)
well archimark, your installation looks ok.
the ambiguous entries in /etc/fstab could be a problem for automounter to correctly mount the squashfs images for you, but  you can manually remount the images yourself after a reboot.
you probably have an older version of automounter which is not detected. try installing a newer version of automounter, ie 0.4.7
http://www.users.on.net/~hluc/myZaurus/stuff/
the cramfs warnings are ok because you are using the squashfs images instead.
the swap error is also ok. it just means the zaurus user could not enable swap for you because you dont have sudo installed. just enable swap manually yourself as root.

now the option pdaxrom doesn't exist, just xlauncher will do smile.gif

I will fix the installer script a bit to make it more obvious.
*
Meanie
it seems like pdaXqtrom-base didn't get setup this time sad.gif
did it get mounted? can you manually run pdaXqtrom-base-setup?
ArchiMark
QUOTE(Meanie @ Apr 25 2006, 03:14 PM)
it seems like pdaXqtrom-base didn't get setup this time sad.gif
did it get mounted?


I don't see it listed in mount list...just see:

/dev/loop0 for pdaXqtrom-apps
/dev/loop1 for zgcc



QUOTE
can you manually run pdaXqtrom-base-setup?
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CODE
#mount -o loop -t squashfs /hdd3/pdaXqtrom-base.squashfs /mnt/pdaXqtrom-base
#mount
.....bunch of other mounts then
/dev/loop2 on /home/system/var/mnt/pdaXqtrom-base type squashfs (ro)
#xlauncher pdaXqtrom
error: please su with - or run as zaurus user
#exit
$ xlauncher pdaXqtrom
warning: sudo not found!
enabling swap /hdd3/swapfile
swapon: swapon: Operation not permitted
starting X and pdaXqtrom - please wait a moment...


X never opened up....did see a text message briefly in the Qtopia taskbar along the bottom of the display that said that it was "starting X and pdaXqtrom - please wait a moment..." but then it went away and nothing else happened....

Tried rebooting and then tried mounting manually again but same thing happened....

Any other thoughts???
kenko
I install the base and app. The Xqt doing good but I can't run the app. For example if I ran firefox it comes with this

/usr/lib/firefox/lib/firefox-1.5/firefox-bin: error while loading shared libraries: /home/QtPalmtop/lib/libgtk-x11-2.0.so.0: undefined symbol: g_option_context_new

Am I missing something?
Meanie
archimark: you need to run pdaXqtrom-base-setup after you mount the image. it hasn't been run yet.

kenko: where is /home/QtPalmtop/lib/libgtk-x11-2.0.so.0 linked to? did you have an older version of glib2 and gtk2 previously installed?
Jon_J
QUOTE(Meanie @ Apr 25 2006, 05:16 AM)
well ok, just relink the libfloat.so.1 file from the rom image to /opt/QtPalmtop/lib/libfloat.so.1

eg on the c3100

CODE
ln -sf /usr/QtPalmtop.rom/lib/libfloat.so.1 /opt/QtPalmtop/lib/libfloat.so.1


please report all problems, even if you find a workaround so that it can be all included in the next update.

ok, i just did some investigation, all Cacko users will have the libfloat problem, while Sharp ROM users will be fine smile.gif
I will have to write something smart in the installer for the Cacko users to leave their libfloat alone....
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I just downloaded pdaXqtrom-base.cramfs and pdaXqtrom-install.zip last night (4-26-06)
I'm using Cacko Lite, has the libfloat problem been fixed?
Thank you
Jon
ArchiMark
QUOTE(Meanie @ Apr 25 2006, 10:22 PM)
archimark: you need to run pdaXqtrom-base-setup after you mount the image. it hasn't been run yet.


Thanks, Meanie...but...

I've mounted the image manually and then tried:

CODE
#pdaXqtrom-base-setup
pdaXqtrom-base-setup: not found


So how do I run the pdaXqtrom-base-setup?

I'm located in /hdd3 where I mounted the image files...

Thanks,

Mark
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