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ludo
I have first tried to install the jumbo pack, java, mozilla and the apps all from cramfs on a 256CF card.

I've got the following when starting any apps (see file CFinstall.jpg).
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I have cleaned up with xqt-cleanup and re-installed a couple of times but no success.
Java wouldn't work neither (well the babbletower application, ran this way:
java -classpath babbletower.jar Babbletower)

So I've just tried on my internal HD.
Created an XQt directory with:
- java.cramfs
- xqt-apps.cramfs
- xqt-cleanup
- xqt-gtk-jumbo.cramfs
- xqt-install.sh
- xqt-mozilla.cramfs

Just ran ./xqt-install.sh, but after a reboot, I didn't get anything (install on the CF worked better).
After install I got what is on hdd3install.jpg
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It says there is something wrong with /etc/fstab which I show in fstab.jpg:
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So I cleaned everything and got (see snapshot hdd3cleanup.jpg)
Click to view attachment

Anyone could help me? Meanie, do you have any clue why it is not working? I believe the cleanup was not perfect from the first attempts...

Ludo
Meanie
QUOTE(ludo @ Jan 26 2006, 02:20 PM)
I have first tried to install the jumbo pack, java, mozilla and the apps all from cramfs on a 256CF card.

I've got the following when starting any apps (see file CFinstall.jpg).
Click to view attachment

I have cleaned up with xqt-cleanup and re-installed a couple of times but no success.
Java wouldn't work neither (well the babbletower application, ran this way:
java -classpath babbletower.jar Babbletower)

So I've just tried on my internal HD.
Created an XQt directory with:
- java.cramfs
- xqt-apps.cramfs
- xqt-cleanup
- xqt-gtk-jumbo.cramfs
- xqt-install.sh
- xqt-mozilla.cramfs

Just ran ./xqt-install.sh, but after a reboot, I didn't get anything (install on the CF worked better).
After install I got what is on hdd3install.jpg
Click to view attachment
It says there is something wrong with /etc/fstab which I show in fstab.jpg:
Click to view attachment
So I cleaned everything and got (see snapshot hdd3cleanup.jpg)
Click to view attachment

Anyone could help me? Meanie, do you have any clue why it is not working? I believe the cleanup was not perfect from the first attempts...

Ludo
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you need to cleanup your /etc/fstab. that is not done for you. the xqt-cleanup script won't help you there so don't run it again. its useless in your case.
also install automounter. you will need it
ludo
Meanie, thank you. Everything works now except java!

Your HpPad and HpCrawler do appear in the menu when I press the Fn key and tap the screen (in X) but won't start.
And in the console, the java command do not exist.

I didn't do anything after installing the cramfs with xqt-install: is there anything to do?
Meanie
QUOTE(ludo @ Jan 27 2006, 12:37 PM)
Meanie, thank you. Everything works now except java!

Your HpPad and HpCrawler do appear in the menu when I press the Fn  key and tap the screen (in X) but won't start.
And in the console, the java command do not exist.

I didn't do anything after installing the cramfs with xqt-install: is there anything to do?
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try the following:

su
cd /mnt/java
./java-setup
ludo
Sincerally thank you Meanie.

(Note for others who would like to try, your java installed with a cramfs may not be specifically in /mnt/java, it'll depends on where your whole xqt is installed. For me, java is in /mnt/xqt/java)

BUT... and I'm sorry about the but...

Look at what I get when I try to run babbletower:

Click to view attachment

How come there is this link error about libawt.so and libXt.so.6? The babbletower version is the same as on my PC, and it was running ok with jeode and Personal Profile!

Should I install also debian?

I was very happy to see your apps working (those included in the cramfs) and thought I would go on vacation (for chinese new year) with some material to work on. But nop...

Well if you read me and have a good hint on what to do, I'll be much gratefull.

Take care
Meanie
QUOTE(ludo @ Jan 27 2006, 05:45 PM)
Sincerally thank you Meanie.

(Note for others who would like to try, your java installed with a cramfs may not be specifically in /mnt/java, it'll depends on where your whole xqt is installed. For me, java is in /mnt/xqt/java)

BUT... and I'm sorry about the but...

Look at what I get when I try to run babbletower:

Click to view attachment

How come there is this link error about libawt.so and libXt.so.6? The babbletower version is the same as on my PC, and it was running ok with jeode and Personal Profile!

Should I install also debian?

I was very happy to see your apps working (those included in the cramfs) and thought I would go on vacation (for chinese new year) with some material to work on. But nop...

Well if you read me and have a good hint on what to do, I'll be much gratefull.

Take care
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strange, you should had had the same problem with the sample apps because they would need the same libraries. try running xqt-setup again to relink the library or simply try running ldconfig to reload the library
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