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This is a slightly older version of ImageMagick, but the GUI (display) works without dumping cannot find logo: message...

"Fast Incremental File Transfer"....


Search stuff. These versions work for me, whereas others didn't. Both straight compiles, few optimizations, no errors out of the box. (built while was down).

These also install to "/usr/local" and work in beta1 to rc179. Other versions installed to "/opt/native/arm".

Since we're all uploading our imagemagicks, here's mine. "display" works on 6000, (compiled on 6000). (Thought we all had these already.)
Justreader 2.0k-fiX

I've fixed some bugs of Justreader 2.0k under pdaXrom and recompiled it.
thanks to meanie for your zgcc-3.4.6 smile.gif

Fixed :
* Can't open PDB files which contain UTF-8 characters in their filenames.
* Can't set and save color settings.
* Can't set and save keyboard control settings.
Added :
* Show current time in progress bar.

Download :

Add time to progress bar, it's easy to know the time in full screen mode.

Now we can set colors and keyborad controls in Settings Panel.



sorry, i forgot to attach the source code.
Source code:
xPDF 3.02


Xpdf is an open source viewer for Portable Document Format (PDF) files. (These are also sometimes also called 'Acrobat' files, from the name of Adobe's PDF software.) The Xpdf project also includes a PDF text extractor, PDF-to-PostScript converter, and various other utilities.


3.02 (2007-feb-27)
* Added anti-aliasing for vector graphics; added the vectorAntialias xpdfrc option; added the "-aaVector" switch to xpdf and pdftoppm.
* Implemented stroke adjustment (always enabled by default, ignoring the SA parameter, to match Adobe's behavior), and added the strokeAdjust xpdfrc command.
* Support PDF 1.6 and PDF 1.7.
* Added support for AES decryption.
* Added support for OpenType fonts (only tested with 8-bit CFF data so far).
* Added user-configurable key/mouse bindings - the bind/unbind xpdfrc commands.

and etc. ...
for more info., please visit



I've compiled ScummVM using zgcc under pdaXii13

ScummVM is a program which allows you to run certain classic graphical point-and-click adventure games, provided you already have their data files.
A couple games have become freeware: downloads

Package: scummvm
Version: 0.9.1
Maintainer: antikx at tyrannozaurus dot com
Architecture: armv5tel
Priority: optional
Section: Applications
Depends: alsa-lib, libmpeg2, sdl, libmad, libvorbis

Features of this compile compared to other 0.9.1 compiles:
-uses Alez's script "" so that you can access the menu in some games that require a special key to be pressed.
-has MPEG2 support compiled in so that you can watch the cut scenes in games like "Broken Sword"

scummvm@tyrannozaurus home page: (HoloVector is maintaining it)
Project page where you can get the ipk:

This is my first compile, so be easy on me. smile.gif
Some real slick and fast PIM apps for our Z :

They are small and lightweight, but yet they are based on evolution-data-server and can use (modify) your evolution data.
There is no sync solution yet, but it's coming soon.
These apps were created for the Nokia 770 and are in full development.

dates :

The calender app
Take a look on the project website for info and screenshots

contact :

The addressbook app
Take a look on the project website for info and screenshots

tasks :

The todo app
Take a look on the project website for info and screenshots

Have fun,
Would people mind mentioning which release has been used when compiling - it's evident most r121 packages will not run in beta 3 so it will save us time and the forums bandwidth if we knew.

QUOTE(zi99y @ Mar 10 2007, 02:20 AM)
Would people mind mentioning which release has been used when compiling - it's evident most r121 packages will not run in beta 3 so it will save us time and the forums bandwidth if we knew.


Often asked:

I am wondering if folks would not be better served by a standard post rather than a single thread. For example:

Subject: NPA: Debbie Does Zaurus

Package: ddz
Priority: optional
Section: Games
Maintainer: Debbie
Architecture: armv5tel
Version: 2.4.4-2
Depends: libbodyparts, libpositions, libunderwear, libcleaningsupplies
Package: ddz_2.4.4-2_armv5tel.ipk
Size: 4971788
MD5Sum: bf0efbf716cc6fc113912ecb2778971d
Description: Debbie Does Zaurus is a fun game in which a small town girl falls in love with a handheld device.

Then folks could discuss any issues with the package in that thread. You could search for them all with NPA: The NPA: posts could be placed in at least the appropriate folders for the ROMs they were built for. Just a thought. If we ever get any traffic at the new site, maybe that is the way we can do it there.
gnuRobbo 0.57

GNU Robbo

It's popular Atari XE/XL game ported to Linux. The latest version is 0.57.

Project Homepage:


Compile Parameters:
CFLAGS= -g -O2 -mcpu=xscale -mtune=xscale
CXXFLAGS= -g -O2 -mcpu=xscale -mtune=xscale

Compile Enveronment:
gcc: 3.4.6
pdaxrom: 1.1.0 beta 3

Depends on:
sdl, sdl-images, sdl-ttf

Gemz 0.97.0

Gemz is an SDL implementation of the popular puzzle game "Bejeweled."

I've ported Gemz to Zaurus, made it can be played in fullscreen mode on zaurus (640x480)
and you can use a hotkey "Cancel" to quit in game process.

Project Homepage

Compile Environment:
pdaxrom 1.1.0 beta 3 , gcc 3.4.6

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AlephOne 20061228

You will also need at least one of the data files.
Four dev utilties. All compiled onboard under Beta3. Have fun.

GNU Gettext 0.16 (updated)
The GNU `gettext' utilities are a set of tools that provides a framework to help other GNU packages produce multi-lingual messages.

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GNU Libiconv 1.11 (updated)
This library provides an iconv() implementation, for use on systems which don't have one, or whose implementation cannot convert from/to Unicode.

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GNU Texinfo 4.8a
Texinfo uses a single source file to produce output in a number of formats, both online and printed (dvi, html, info, pdf, xml, etc.). This means that instead of writing different documents for online information and another for a printed manual, you need write only one document. And when the work is revised, you need revise only that one document. The Texinfo system is well-integrated with GNU Emacs.

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Scrollkeeper 0.3.14
ScrollKeeper is a cataloging system for documentation on open systems. It manages documentation metadata (as specified by the Open Source Metadata Framework(OMF)) and provides a simple API to allow help browsers to find, sort, and search the document catalog. It will also be able to communicate with catalog servers on the Net to search for documents which are not on the local system.

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Hi ,

I've compiled xchm 1.10

Depends on: wxwidgets, chmlib

The file is compiled under pdaxrom-builder (SVN) with alsa remove.
I'm currently using pdaxii13 and tested the package.

You can use the beta3 wxwidgets.

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Oops. One more. I compiled this for Antikx when OE forum was down last time ...

GnuPG 1.4.6 (Updated)
From the homepage:
GnuPG (GNU Privacy Guard) is the GNU project's complete and free implementation of the OpenPGP standard as defined by RFC2440 . GnuPG allows to encrypt and sign your data and communication, features a versatile key managment system as well as access modules for all kind of public key directories. GnuPG, also known as GPG, is a command line tool with features for easy integration with other applications. A wealth of frontend applications and libraries are available...

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I have created xraise which is a very small binary to bring a selected X application to the foreground.

Then Antikx pointed me to wmctrl which is much more powerful and can do what xwininfo, xresizewindow and xraise can do and more....
JamVM 1.4.5

I don't know if anybody uses this or if it's been compiled before, but here it is. For 2.6 kernels compiled with the options:

-O4 -mtune=xscale -mcpu=xscale -fomit-frame-pointer -fno-common

EDIT: Oh yeah, PM me or start a thread if there are issues...I didn't test it, as I cross-compiled.

EDIT2: I have been informed that I also need the latest classpath. I'll get to it ASAP.

EDIT3: The latest classpath needs a new gconf-2.0...This could be a long chain.

EDIT4: I'll probably never get around to compiling classpath, so if anybody wants to give it a shot, go ahead.
Five Chess 1.06

FiveChess is a connect-five board game, with only simple rules for current versions -- the player who first connects five or more wins.

Project homepage:

Depends on: qt-mt

Compile environment:
pdaxrom 1.1.0 beta3 , gcc 3.4.6


Alizarin Tetris 1.0.7

Alizarin Tetris is a Tetris-like game with a twist for Unix, Win32 and BeOS systems. It includes multi-player support, user-extensible color, shape and sound styles, can use TCP/IP networking and features a few different AI opponents.

Project homepage:

Depends on:
sdl, sdl-image, sdl-ttf, sdl-mixer

Compile environment:
pdaxrom 1.1.0 beta3 , gcc 3.4.6


GTKTerm2 0.2.3b (Recompiled; Fine-tuned build for Z)

-- Homepage:
-- GTKTerm is a small graphical shell like XTerm.
-- Extremely lightweight and little footprint.
-- Multi-tab function
-- This build is optimized (-O2 -mcpu=xscale, -mtune=iwmmxt), without debug messages, stripped. It now runs much faster than the build in the official feed, just like aterm!
-- Unicode friendly. CJK supported. Various inputmethods (UIM, SCIM, GCIN, FCITX) are all supported!
-- A great companion for Emacs or Vim!
-- Key control:
SHIFT + RIGHT or KEYPAD RIGHT       next Terminal on the right hand
SHIFT + LEFT or KEYPAD LEFT         next Terminal on the left hand
CTRL + n                            new Terminal

-- Small tip: the original font displat is ugly. You can edit ~/.gtkterm2rc and change
terminalFont = Terminal 12
terminalFont = Lucida Console 12 OR terminalFont = BitStream Vera Sans Mono 12

Enjoy! cool.gif

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Config file (in case you don't have it): please rename it to ".gtkterm2rc" and put it in ~/
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Please put the version of pdaxrom it compiled for huh.gif
QUOTE(psycoman @ Mar 16 2007, 11:40 AM)
Please put the version of pdaxrom it compiled for  huh.gif

Off topic: AFAIK many packages will work just fine for all (or most) versions of pdaX and not every package is sensitive to the version differences. I suppose it's the packager's job to highlight the "version compatibility", but only if incompatibilities arise. Do correct me if i am wrong. smile.gif
Dia 0.95.1

I didn't had it, the one in the feed didn't worked, so I rebuilt it. I did this on beta3. I don't know if it needs any special library ... it should work out of the box. If not - let me know what it says, will try fill a dependencies list. All you need should be here or in the official b3 feed.

Note: there is an anoying message about libpng something ... you can safely upgrade your libpng with this one: - works great, fully backward compatible.
Battle for Wesnoth, cross-compiled for 2.6 kernels with the options "-O4 -mtune=iwmmxt -ncpu=iwmmxt -fomit-frame-pointer -fno-common."

If it doesn't work on Cxx0 models and somebody wants it, PM me and I'll (probably) rebuild it with the iwmmxt stuff replaced with xscale.

It's in multiple packages because I couldn't upload one big one.

EDIT: All packages are (probably) required to use the game.
Comments regarding Images not loading have been moved to here

Planner 0.14.2.

See here for more details.

EDIT: Post #200.
Calcurse 1.7

calcurse is a text-based personal organizer which helps keeping track of events and everyday tasks. It contains a calendar, a 'todo' list, and puts your appointments in order. The user interface is configurable, and one can choose between different color schemes and layouts. All of the commands are documented within an online help system.

Project page:
Please check release notes if you're running pdaXii13

Remember this is a console app, so run it from the console. wink.gif
This is a requested application.

Name: Golly 1.1

It uses wxWidgets and unfortunately the wxWidgets that came with standard pdaxrom beta3 does not work because of some missing components.
So i rebuild the wxWidgets with all the necessary components for the application.
I've attached all the necessary files..

For the golly application, i haven't package it yet because it need more work on the Makefile..
You just need to extract the tar.gz files in any directory.. and run ./golly

Hope you enjoy it..
Hi everybody,

I've manage to compile OpenTTD 0.50.

The package does not have all the data files. You need the original TTD data files.
Please do not ask from me, you must own the game.

Music files are not included.

All the files are compiled from the source from openttd website.

Note: I'm not really sure what dependencies it requires but SDL packages is a must.
I haven't finish the packaging part yet.
You just need to extract the files where ever you like and run ./openttd
You need all the original TTD data files to run the application.
You can also use the configuration file, but its not included in the gz file.

The map background is black... not sure why..
Haven't fully tested the game yet..

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Planner 0.14.2-2


Might require those packages ( I'm not really sure ... )

yeah, maybe few others ... all in my feed - wink.gif

if any problems - PM me please. Also maybe the icons should be smaller ... and some small interface fixes so that it's ok for 640x480 ... but I'll figure out this later.

(built on beta3)

EDIT: Just resized the images on the left, so they are smaller now (approx 24x24) , and they fit better on the Z.

EDIT2: As original build broke my ROX b3 setup (icons and actions mostly), I repackaged it with some files from the original planner ... so please use the newer one
Dosbox 0.70 Optimized for PXA270(iwmmxt)

This version is based on kkazakov's dosbox 0.70 package
( )

I tried his version on my C3100, found that performance is not good enough.
So I rebuilt dosbox and added "-g -O2 -mcpu=iwmmxt -mtune=iwmmxt" parameters.
Now, it's optimized for Cxx00 models (which using Intel XScale PXA270 CPUs).
The performance is acceptable, and I can use it to play " DUNE 2" now, haha biggrin.gif

Project Homepage:

Compile Environment:
pdaXrom 1.1.0 beta3, gcc 3.4.6 (" -mcpu=iwmmxt -mtune=iwmmxt ")


Playing an old game named "Power Dolls" in dosbox 0.70:

Gammu 1.10.1

Gammu is a project which encompasses applications, scripts and drivers for managing various functions on cellular phones and similiar devices.

Project Homepage:

Compile Environment:
pdaXrom 1.1.0 beta3, gcc 3.4.6


You MUST create /etc/gammurc or ~/.gammurc to configure your mobile settings first!
For detail config parameters please read the Gammu Documents.

Using gammu to get SMS from my Siemens M55:

JustReader 2.0k-fiX-2

This version is based on my previous verison(Justerreader 2.0k-fiX).
In this release fixed following problems:
* Can't open mobipocket 4.0 e-book.
* Using jogwheel sometimes may scroll more than one page.

Project Homepage:

Compile Environment:
pdaXrom 1.1.0 beta3, gcc 3.4.6

SDict Viewer 0.4.0
SDict Viewer is a viewer for dictionaries in open format developed by AXMA Soft. Because it is written in Python and pygtk it can run on all platform. The number of dictionaries is 321 including all languages of Wikipedia.

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Collins COBUILD Advanced Learner's English Dictionary, 4th edition
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Project page:

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Dictionary data: You can get them from here:
compiled the following for pdaXii13 (beta3)

glipper is a gnome based clipboard daemon for copying and pasting stuff between applications...

pager allows you to switch between virtual desktops...

i also integrated pager into the tasks applet

xrestop is like top but only show resource consumption used by X processes...
compiled apache2 for pdaXii13 (beta3)
IceWM 1.2.30 (Latest)

Download it from here.

And see the discussion in this post.
Emacs (XftGnuEmacs)

Here is the latest (as of March 14 2007) Emacs 23, with much better unicode and CJK support. It can run with GTK GUI or simply in the terminal.

The full huge build is split into five packages: base, extra, lisp, leim, docs and lisp-source.

Download all the files from this post

Emacs PIM Suite 1.3

This is a collection of byte-compiled "modes" (like softwares in an OS) specially for PIM.
The package contains: Planner (the gold of PIM in Emacs), BBDB (for contacts), Muse (wiki functionality), Remember (reminder)

Download it here.

Also see the discussion in this thread.

(PS It seems the downloads in the forum are somehow corrupted. I can only download the files all named "index.html" and then I have to change them to the original filenames and they will work just fine.)

Loving would be easy if your colours were like my dreams,
Red, Gold and Green,
Red, Gold and Green.

- Karma Chameleon, Culture Club, 1983.

Project Homepage:

Compile Environment:
pdaxrom 1.1.0 beta 3, gcc 3.4.6

sdl, sdl-ttf, sdl-image


EasyTag 2.0

EasyTAG is a utility for viewing and editing tags for MP3, MP2, MP4/AAC, FLAC, Ogg Vorbis, MusePack and Monkey's Audio files. Its simple and nice GTK+ interface makes tagging easier under GNU/Linux or Windows.

Note: This version is only support MP3's ID3 Tag (I didn't include the other formats' Tag supports)

Project Homepage

Compile Environment:
pdaxrom 1.1.0 beta 3, gcc 3.4.6

id3lib (


smplayer 0.2.39 (Zaurus bvdd enhanced)

SMPlayer is a new multimedia player, it uses the award-winning MPlayer as engine, so it's able to play the most known video & audio formats without the need of external codecs.

Version 0.2.39 supports multi-language localization.

I've customized smplayer 0.2.39 's source code, and made it can use Meanie's mplayer-bvdd-iwmmxt to play media files.

I've made following changes:
* automatically fullscreen play when using bvdd to output video.
* add -quiet parameter for mplayer to improve performance.
* disable qDebug information to improve performance.
* for using Meanie's mplayer-bvdd-iwmmxt, disable subfont-autoscale and subfont-text-scale

Note: Zaurus Cxx0/SL-7500C can't use this version.

Project Homepage:

Compile Environment:
pdaxrom 1.1.0 beta 3, gcc 3.4.6 "-mcpu=xscale -mtune=iwmmxt"

mplayer-bvdd-iwmmxt (


It's my fault that I forgot to figure out How To Make SMPlayer to Use Meanie's mplayer2 to Play a Movie
* In Options > Preferences > General
Select the mplayer executable: mplayer2
Output drivers: Video: bvdd , Audio: oss
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* In Options > Preferences > Misc
Uncheck the "Disable screensaver" option.
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Now, you can have fun with it! smile.gif

Links 1.00pre19, compiled with a 2.6 kernel. Not tested. If it's broken, PM me, and I'll do my best to fix it.

EDIT: Now tested and working fine AFAICT.
Wifi CF card driver for Agere Systems Hermes-I/II
Compile for C1000, kernel 2.4.20
Tested ok in C1000, pdaxrom 1.1 beta3


cardctl ident
Socket 0:
product info: "Wireless", "CF NIC CFBAG", "", ""
manfid: 0x0156, 0x0003
function: 6 (network)

Module Name:

Set to Power saving mode:
iwconfig wlan0 power on power max period 3

you may add it to /etc/agere

Bought USB NIC adapter with DM 9601E chip so I tried and finally compiled Davicom 9601 driver for kernel 2.4.20 (cacko, pdaxrom beta 1, beta3)

Install instruction:

unzip somewhere
cp dm9601.o /lib/modules/2.4.20/kernel/driver/usb
depmod -a

then after you connect dm9601 USB NIC adapter you will get eth0 in ifconfig -a.
Just add IP address by

ifconfig IP_ADDRESS netmask NETMASK
route add default gw GATEWAY
and you can drive :-)

Meanie please add it to another version of pdaxii13 and package kernel-modules_2.4.20_armv5tel.ipk.
Sopwith 1.7.1

This is a port of the classic computer game "Sopwith" to run on modern computers and operating systems. It is named "SDL Sopwith" as it was originally based only on the LibSDL graphics library.

Sopwith 1 did not have much of a physics model, but it allowed you to fly a 16x16 pixel plane along a scrolling map, shooting buildings and other planes. You could also drop bombs on your enemy, making Sopwith 1 resemble the classic arcade game "Scramble"

Sopwith included an option to play against the computer, a weak AI plane that couldn't follow your plane very well.

Game keys:

z: slow down (not too slow or you will stall!
x: speed up
space: fire machine gun
b: drop bomb
,: pull up
.: flip
/: pull down
h: home

s: sound

ctrl-c: quit game

if missiles are enabled:

z: flare
x: launch missile

Project Homepage:

Compile Environment:
crosscompile, gcc 3.4.6



BomberClone 0.11.7

This game, i hope it will soon be a good Clone of the game AtomicBomberMan or even something new, depends on what you all want to have. The Network will support from the beginning only TCP/IP (UDP Port 11000 for the Game and UDP Port 11100 for the Game MasterServer). So everyone can play it over the internet.

Project Homepage:

Compile Environment:
Crosscompile, gcc 3.4.6

sdl, sdl-image, sdl-ttf, sdl-mixer


Fluxbox 1.0rc3

Compiled for pdaXrom versions with a 2.6.x kernel, with the C/CXXFLAGS "-O4 -mtune=xscale -mcpu=xscale"
torsmo 0.18 for pdaXrom(pdaXii3) Special

Torsmo is a system monitor that sits in the corner of your desktop. It's very simple, customizable and it renders only text on the desktop (and percentagebars if you want it to wink.gif and the only lib it uses is Xlib.

Becaus Torsmo is designed for X86 and other desktop platform(not for ARM), so it can't get correct information such as CPU frequency on Zaurus.

I've modified it's source code and resolved following problems on pdaXrom 1.1.0 beta1 ~ beta3 (kernel 2.4.x , so pdaXii3 is included also).

* CPU frequency problem, now it can show correct frequency even you overclock/underclock the Zaurus.
* CPU usage problem on kernel 2.4.x, now it can show correct CPU usage on kernel 2.4.x ( deduct the "kapm-idle" process for correcting CPU usage )
* Correct battery information when AC power is plugged in.

Project Homepage:

Compile Environment:
pdaxrom 1.1.0 beta3 , gcc 3.4.6


You may change your settings in ~/.torsmorc file.
then you can use
# xwininfo

to get desktop window ID.

Remeber your desktp window id. for example, mine is 0xa0001c .

then use this command to startup torsmo:
# torsmo -w 0xa0001c

you must replace "0xa0001c" with your desktop window id.

Note: This version can be run on pdaXrom 1.1.0 beta 1 ~ beta 3 / pdaXii3 (kernel 2.4.x) only !


mtPaint 3.11

Compiled the newest version.

it may require

ipkg -force-depends install mtpaint_3.11_armv5tel.ipk

because the one in the feed requires libtiff and libungiff, while this one does not.

watch 0.2.0

I really missed this console command, so I compiled it.

all built under pdaxrom b3
QUOTE(kkazakov13 @ Apr 3 2007, 01:47 AM)
watch 0.2.0

I really missed this console command, so I compiled it.

I wasn't even aware of this command, but now I know I've been missing it for years! smile.gif. thanks
Nano 2.0.3. Compiled for pdaXrom betas with a 2.6.x kernel.
Hugs built for (and on) pdaxii 13.

Hugs is an interpreter for the functional programming language Haskell. This is the September 2006 release, which is the most recent stable version. This is the Hugs98-Plus bundle, so there are various libraries included, most of which I have not tested.

Just the package:

edit: oops, server problems at the original feed URL. This one works
rdesktop 1.5.0

rdesktop is an open source client for Windows NT Terminal Server and Windows 2000/2003 Terminal Services, capable of natively speaking Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) in order to present the user's NT desktop. Unlike Citrix ICA, no server extensions are required.

Project Homepage:

Compile Environment:
Cross-compile , gcc 3.4.6
(I compiled it with OSS sound support smile.gif )



grdesktop 0.23

grdesktop is a GNOME frontend, for the remote desktop client (rdesktop).
It can save several connections (including their options), and browse the network for available terminal servers.

Note: You can use Ctrl-Alt-OK to switch between fullscreen mode and window mode.

Project Homepage:

Compile Environment:
Cross-compile , gcc 3.4.6

gtk2, xfree, rdesktop


I can't believe I compiled Nano right before a new release, but here's the new one. Compiled for betas with a 2.6.x kernel.
I couldn't find a good Crossword program for pdaXrom, so I looked around and found this one. It works well and is sized well for 640x480. Runs a little slow but not painfully so.

Requires: python-core, pygtk, python-crypto

xword links:

Xword homepage
Good Source of Puzzles

This is my first ipk so go easy one me eh!


EDIT: Here is a download link until the forums are fixed:
X-word ipk
And the proper name is: xword-1.0_py_1.0_armv5tel.ipk
QUOTE(canguy247 @ Apr 6 2007, 11:54 PM)
I couldn't find a good Crossword program for pdaXrom, so I looked around and found this one.  It works well and is sized well for 640x480.  Runs a little slow but not painfully so.

Requires: python-core, pygtk, python-crypto

xword links:

Xword homepage
Good Source of Puzzles

This is my first ipk so go easy one me eh!


First off, thanks canguy, and others, please don't flame too much...If I HAVE to post something here, I'll go compile something. smile.gif

Could you post what the ipk name should be? It looks like it was the victim of the upload problem (- becomes _).

Thanks again.

EDIT: Canguy, please don't reply to this post, just update yours.
First, I know there are no packages attached.

Osb-browser and related packages. It currently sizes the window too large for the Z, and apparently won't change. I'm trying to fiddle with the code to fix this. I should have a results sometime today.

EDIT: Oh yeah...Just to get your mouth watering, this is as fast as Dillo and has rendering rivaling Firefox.

File names should be NAME_unknown_armv5tel.ipk.

EDIT2: Never mind, it looks like it's OK...I'm attaching the packages (for 2.6.x kernels)

EDIT3: Incredibly unstable, won't resize under Fluxbox, but will under JWM, so YMMV. I'm going to look for a stable version.

EDIT4: There is an actual release at SF that I'll check out, but maybe not today.
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