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canguy247
My first compile. I did not notice until I was done that this is actually in french, but it does not effect game play much. It is yet another bubble shooter game which doesn't beat Frozen bubble, but it runs smoother.

Requires: sdl, sdl-image
Compiled for beta3

Here is a link:
dudu_0.1.3_armv5tel.ipk




Canguy
BerndS
This is the REXX interpreter regina compiled for a Zaurus running pdaXrom 1.1.0beta3.

The source code for regina can be found here

http://www.lightlink.com/hessling/

Note that I did not change anything in the code - I just compiled it on the Zaurus and created an ipk package.


I did some quick tests of the REXX interpreter on my Zaurus CL3100 with weeXpc (based on pdaXrom 1.1.0.beta3)

This package contains two binaries for the REXX interpreter:

/usr/bin/rexx is the statically linked binary; /usr/bin/regina is the dynamically linked binary which needs the library /usr/lib/libregina.so.

To test the REXX interpreter issue

rexxtry

Sample REXX files are in the directory /usr/share/regina; the documentation is in the directory /usr/share/regina/doc.
Capn_Fish
Iptables (a firewall) 1.3.7. Compiled for betas with a 2.6.x kernel.
willgan
I've finish compiling and tested openttd 0.5.1-RC2

This version fixes the mini map problem.

The package is compile using -O4 -mcpu=iwmmxt -mtune=iwmmxt

I'm not sure if it work in CXX , but it definitely work in CXXXX.

Dependencies: SDL

I haven't package it to ipk file though.. you just need to extract the tar.gz file to where ever you like and run openttd.
willgan
I've updated the xchm to version 1.13

The xchm is compile with wxWidgets 2.8.3 (not 2.6.3)

Dependencies: chmlib >=0.39, wxWidgets >=2.8.3
Meanie
The following packages are for beta3 (pdaXii13):


customised osb-browser to fit on the Z's screen. it loads and renders quite fast but isn't a fully featured browser yet...

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compiled gpsdrive pre3 so it won't crash even when run as root and customised it to fit on the Z's screen

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compiled gyach which is a Yahoo IM client for GTK

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compiled unclutter which can automatically hide the mouse cursor after some time of inactivity

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hacked xpdf with extra zoom levels and fixed startup window size

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Meanie
build for pdaXii13 and beta3:

I have build gpe-mini-browser which is also based on WebKit and requires the same OSB libraries that osb-browser requires, as well as gpe libraries such as libgpewidget and the gpe icons...

It renders just like osb-browser but also has bookmarks and history...
Leinadmx
Hi very good day wink.gif

I have built two programmes for pdaXrom using Beta3:
1) pkg-config (version 0.20), it is a script to putting together all the build flags when compiling/linking a lot. I need it to build "Geany".

2) geany (version .0.10.2), Geany is a text editor with basic features of an IDE, it is fast and small.

These are my first two packages, so I guess that they must work on Beta 1-3 and pdaXii3.
Please let me know if they works fine for you. I hope they be useful. biggrin.gif

Best Regards.

By the way, the default fonts are small, but it is easy change it, just go to menu Edit -> Preferences -> Interface wink.gif

I add also a Perl script to change the default color templates, because it is hard to read characters in yellow. The script opens the template files and change the specific color (my case yellow to green), how you can see in the screenshots.

PERL SCRIPT:
CODE
#/usr/bin/perl

print "Files to process: \n";
local $ruta="/usr/local/share/geany/";
local @files= qx(ls $ruta);
local $num=0;
foreach my $myfile (@files){
    chomp($myfile);
    open(FILE, "< $ruta$myfile");
    local $cont=join("",<FILE>);
    close(FILE);
    if($cont =~ /0xff901e/i){
 print "Processing file: $myfile \n";
 $cont =~ s/0xff901e/0x1e4a16/g;
 open(FILE, "> $ruta$myfile");
 print FILE $cont;
 close(FILE);
 $num++;    
    }
}
print "Number of files changed: $num.";
kkazakov13
Transmission 0.6.1

Simple but powerful torrent client. Fits perfectly on Z's screen. Nothing outside smile.gif

,

It was missing desktop/icon files so I created them by myself. Hope you like the icon smile.gif Borrowed it from somewhere

Requires a bunch of gtk libs, pango, cairo, gobject, etc. Don't know what exactly. Please report anything not working via PM. I use precompiled by myself GTK2 libraries, which are the newest. They can be found on http://z.drun.net/packages/ feed

The package:
http://z.drun.net/packages/transmission_0.6.1_armv5tel.ipk

Note: There's a console download version , transmissioncli, which doesn't require X + GTK smile.gif

Home site: http://transmission.m0k.org/

compiled under beta3, might work on newer
willgan
Compiled FBReader 0.8.2a (17/4/2007)

Website: http://only.mawhrin.net/fbreader/
Dependencies: bzip2 >= 1.0.2 , enca >=1.9
This is a QT version not the GTK.

I've tested with some ebook format and it work without any error.
daniel3000
MusicWeed

This is a small application which goes through a directory with MP3 files (e.g. recorded with Stream Tuner / streamripper, or copied to the Zaurus from your MP3 collection) and displays a large window for each song which lets you decide to "Keep" or "Delete" the currently played file.

This is very helpful for reducing the size of an MP3 collection and weeding out all the non-favorite stuff.

This can even be done e.g. while driving a car, due to the simple and large GUI. (This is no recommendation of course! Be careful and watch the traffic... as always!)
The "Keep" and "Delete" buttons can be operated with the fingers, no stylus needed.

It's in the hermocom feed.
However, strangely when reading in the feed into the package manager, musicweed does not show up as "available", althought the package file has an entry for it.
Anyone knows why?
So for now, please download the IPK file manually and install it then. Xdialog is needed, as well as mplayer. wmctrl is only needed when the automatic mplayer process watch feature is used. This is disabled by default and can be enabled by setting the variable WAIT to zero in the musicweed script. Then, when a song has been played, the dialog window is closed automatically, the file is kept, and the next song is played.
By default, musicweed wait for a user decision before it starts to play the next song.

hermocom pdaXrom feed

Screenshot:
kkazakov13
Linphone 1.7.1 http://www.linphone.org/




http://z.drun.net/packages/linphone_1.7.1_armv5tel.ipk

requires:
libosip2 - http://z.drun.net/packages/libosip2_2.2.2_armv5tel.ipk
speex - http://z.drun.net/packages/speex_1.2beta1_armv5tel.ipk

and maybe few of the pango, cairo, gtk libraries ( I really cannot tell right now - it's all in my feed ). Works on beta3, however I've started it only, didn't tested it yet, as I don't have microphone! Please test if it actually works smile.gif

p.p. it was compiled with --disable-video, as I guess noone have /dev/video0 by default, and if you don't have it, it crashes ...
wellswang
SQLite 3.3.14

SQLite is a small C library that implements a self-contained, embeddable, zero-configuration SQL database engine.

Project Homepage:
http://www.sqlite.org/

Compile Environment:
Cross Compile, gcc 3.4.6

Download:
http://wells.osall.com/files/download.php?id=1830






Notecase 1.5.2

NoteCase is a hierarchical note manager (aka. outliner). It helps you organize your everyday text notes
into a single document, with individual notes placed in the tree-like structure (each note can have its sub-notes, ...).
To ensure your privacy, encrypted document format is supported, along with standard unencrypted format.
Project is free and open source (released under BSD license).

Project Homepage:
http://notecase.sourceforge.net/

Compile Environment:
Cross Compile, gcc 3.4.6

Depends:
gnome-vfs libbonobo libbonoboui

Download:
http://wells.osall.com/files/download.php?id=1831

Capn_Fish
Sylpheed 2.4.0

Compiled for 2.6.x kernels.
Capn_Fish
Fluxconf 0.9.9- A GUI config utility for Fluxbox.

Compiled for 2.6.x kernels
Capn_Fish
Prboom 2.4.7- Doom engine

Compiled for 2.6.x kernels

It's probably been compiled before, but the way I see it, nobody's going to complain about more choices. wink.gif

You'll need a wad (like FreeDoom) to play.

UNTESTED
wellswang
Atol 0.7.3

Atol is a dual panel file manager written using GTK+ toolkit and C++ programming language.

Current features:

* common file operations (copy,move,delete,rename)
* support for achiver plugins (.zip, .tar, .gz, .bz2, .arj, .rar, .lst)
* file search
* browsing bookmarks (directory shortcuts menu)
* file list filtering
* file split and merge support
* file hash calculation (crc32, md5, sha1)
* file encryption/decryption using strong blowfish algorithm
* multilanguage support
* fast file viewer (text, bin and hex mode)
* integrated FTP client
* integrated SFTP client (Win32 only)
* drag and drop operation
* support for custom colors in file panel
* command line support

Project Homepage:
http://atol.sourceforge.net/index.html

Compile Environment:
Cross Compile , gcc 3.4.6

Depends:
libssl

Download:
http://wells.osall.com/files/download.php?id=1834

Meanie
d4x is a downloader tool for X

compiled for pdaXii13/beta3

have not tested it thoroughly yet so might still have some bugs

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scoutme
QUOTE(Meanie @ Apr 13 2007, 02:46 AM)
build for pdaXii13 and beta3:

I have build gpe-mini-browser which is also based on WebKit and requires the same OSB libraries that osb-browser requires, as well as gpe libraries such as libgpewidget and the gpe icons...

It renders just like osb-browser but also has bookmarks and history...
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should it work on beta1, on 860? I can only see white pages, and sometimes crashes.
Capn_Fish
Aleph One engine. For 2.6.x kernels. You need data packages (google "alephone pdaxrom" to find them (no quotes)).

To get crosshairs, press F8 (edit your keymap). To edit them, edit ~/.alephone/M1A1 Preferences.

F9 is screenshot.

I'll look in the source to see if I can't change these to XF86xxxx keys.

EDIT: No good on the modifying keys. I see nothing referring to keycodes in the source. Sorry.
Capn_Fish
Links 2.1pre28, compiled for 2.6.x kernels with support for graphics mode, javascript, and most, if not all, of the potentially supported image formats.
Meanie
compiled the following for pdaXii13. haven't tested them all yet...

lsof

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apache2

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php5

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mysql

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Capn_Fish
Nano 2.0.6 compiled for 2.6.x kernels.

Nano is an easy to use command line text editor.
kkazakov13
Pidgin 2.0.0

That's the new Gaim, renamed. Final 2.0.0 version comes with new name and new look.



Should not require any major packages. If they are any, please write me, will change the dependencies list smile.gif

http://z.drun.net/packages/pidgin_2.0.0_armv5tel.ipk

home site: http://pidgin.im/
Meanie
compiled for pdaXii13/beta3


subversion


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see further below for SSL enabled version of subversion


subversion module for apache2


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parted


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Meanie
kangoroo - Japanese Kanji learning tool and dictionary

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http://www-alg.ist.hokudai.ac.jp/~jan/kangoroo.html

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you need to extract the following data file to /usr/local/

http://www-alg.ist.hokudai.ac.jp/~jan/kang..._1.01_edict.zip


And if you have pdaXii13 full installed (with SCIM enabled), then you can enter words in hiragana/katakana/kanji

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Kangoroo is a QT3 app and SCIM does work with QT3 as seen in the above screencap
Meanie
subversion with SSL enabled smile.gif
keyzersoze
Hello,

I am new to the Zaurus. Just bought myself an SL-C1000.
Is there a way to use this application on the Sharp/Cacko ROM?


Thank you in advance.

QUOTE(kkazakov13 @ May 6 2007, 04:12 PM)
Pidgin 2.0.0

That's the new Gaim, renamed. Final 2.0.0 version comes with new name and new look.



Should not require any major packages. If they are any, please write me, will change the dependencies list smile.gif

http://z.drun.net/packages/pidgin_2.0.0_armv5tel.ipk

home site: http://pidgin.im/
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kkazakov13
Qalculate! / GTK 0.9.5

Qalculate! is a multi-purpose desktop calculator for GNU/Linux. It is small and simple to use but with much power and versatility underneath. Features include customizable functions, units, arbitrary precision, plotting, and a user-friendly interface



I had one non-working version before ... it was time to recompile smile.gif Was built on beta3, but should work on newer base, as there is nothing kernel-specific.
Note: Those ugly signs are fixed when you remove check on "use utf-8 fonts" (or something like this) in prefs, and restarting the app.

Required packages:

http://z.drun.net/packages/libqalculate_0.9.5_armv5tel.ipk
http://z.drun.net/packages/qalculate-gtk_0.9.5_armv5tel.ipk
http://z.drun.net/packages/cln_1.1.13_armv5tel.ipk

and maybe some more are required (can't tell right now), they can be found in my repository ( http://z.drun.net/packages/ )








QUOTE(keyzersoze @ May 8 2007, 03:02 PM)
Hello,

I am new to the Zaurus. Just bought myself an SL-C1000.
Is there a way to use this application on the Sharp/Cacko ROM?

Thank you in advance.

No, you cannot. You need pdaXrom for this smile.gif
Capn_Fish
cdf- color disk free. See here: http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=23939

For 2.6.x kernels
patrickcptsang
QUOTE(kkazakov13 @ May 7 2007, 12:12 AM)
Pidgin 2.0.0
That's the new Gaim, renamed. Final 2.0.0 version comes with new name and new look.
.
.
.


Dear kkazakov13, seems like msn and jabber are broken with this one. Is it possible to fix them? Really want to get them working! Many thanks!

Debug log (pidgin -d) complains:

CODE
root-:) pidgin -d
dbus: Failed to get connection: Unable to determine the address of the message bus
plugins: probing /usr/lib/pidgin/gevolution.so
plugins: probing /usr/lib/pidgin/markerline.so
.
.
.
plugins: probing /usr/lib/purple-2/libyahoo.so
plugins: probing /usr/lib/purple-2/psychic.so
plugins: probing /usr/lib/purple-2/ssl-gnutls.so
plugins: probing /usr/lib/purple-2/liboscar.so
plugins: /usr/lib/purple-2/liboscar.so is not usable because the 'purple_init_plugin' symbol could not be found.  Does the plugin call the PURPLE_INIT_PLUGIN() macro?
plugins: probing /usr/lib/purple-2/idle.so
plugins: probing /usr/lib/purple-2/libxmpp.so
.
.
.
plugins: probing /usr/lib/purple-2/ssl-nss.so
plugins: probing /usr/lib/purple-2/libjabber.so
plugins: /usr/lib/purple-2/libjabber.so is not usable because the 'purple_init_plugin' symbol could not be found.  Does the plugin call the PURPLE_INIT_PLUGIN() macro?
plugins: probing /usr/lib/purple-2/buddynote.so
plugins: probing /usr/lib/purple-2/log_reader.so
plugins: probing /usr/lib/purple-2/ssl.so
.
.
.
kkazakov13
QUOTE(patrickcptsang @ May 10 2007, 12:06 PM)
Dear kkazakov13, seems like msn and jabber are broken with this one. Is it possible to fix them? Really want to get them working! Many thanks!

Debug log (pidgin -d) complains:


First, Yahoo messenger and Jabber are perfectly working here. I get the same messages, BUT you need to use 'XMPP' not 'Jabber'. That's the protocol that Jabber uses. I don't have problems with Yahoo too.


Please DON'T use this thread for complaints, either create new one or write in PM!
Meanie
new version of wifi-radar

looks just like the old one, but this one automatically detects the network interface name so no more messing with wifi-radar.conf. it also has sound enabled if you have flite installed.

it uses the iwconfig command to establish connections and stores all its config in wifi-radar.conf so no messing with schemes, etc... and it also supports wpa if you install wpa supplicant.

should work in all pdaXrom versions since its python.
kkazakov13
Some time ago I've built Tasks, Contacts and Dates applications from Pimlico project

Forgot to mention it here sad.gif Sorry for this. Anyway - here they are:

Contacts 0.5

http://z.drun.net/packages/contacts_0.5_armv5tel.ipk

Dates 0.4.2

http://z.drun.net/packages/dates_0.4.2_armv5tel.ipk

Tasks 0.4

http://z.drun.net/packages/tasks_0.4_armv5tel.ipk

They require evolution data server and possibly some of my packages on the feed http://z.drun.net/packages/ . It's safe to upgrade any of them on a normal beta3 installation, but beware that some upgrades may require another one or more package upgrades. But there's nothing wrong to have newer versions of course smile.gif



I also built OpenSync 0.22:
http://z.drun.net/packages/libopensync_0.22_armv5tel.ipk
http://z.drun.net/packages/msynctool_0.22_armv5tel.ipk
http://z.drun.net/packages/libopensync-plu...22_armv5tel.ipk
http://z.drun.net/packages/libopensync-plu...22_armv5tel.ipk
http://z.drun.net/packages/multisync-gui_0.91.0_armv5tel.ipk
http://z.drun.net/packages/libopensync-plu...22_armv5tel.ipk

(well, not all of the plugins, I may build few more, if anyone wants)

I now need somehow to connect Tasks, Contacts and Dates to opensync and my remotely used SyncML compatible server ( mobical.net ) that I use from my Motorola V3X, and I'll finally have wherever-I-go-I-know-all solution smile.gif


SIPCalc 1.1.4

A nice console tool to help quick network calculations

http://z.drun.net/packages/sipcalc_1.1.4_armv5tel.ipk


D-Bus 1.02 (1)

That's updated version of my previously built d-bus, fixes some problems with programs, that could not find the system bus

http://z.drun.net/packages/dbus_1.0.2-1_armv5tel.ipk
http://z.drun.net/packages/dbus-glib_0.73_armv5tel.ipk

Bluez 3.9

Ok, newer version of blueZ package, tuned and working here perfectly. I was able to copy files between zaurus and moto V3X, to connect to internet via V3X's GPRS connection. Still haven't played with the bluetooth headset, but that's pending.

http://z.drun.net/packages/bluez-libs_3.9_armv5tel.ipk
http://z.drun.net/packages/bluez-utils_3.9-1_armv5tel.ipk
Capn_Fish
Aircrack-ng 0.9.

For betas/revisions with a 2.6.x kernel.
anunakin
free42 1.4.36 calculator
CODE
Package: free42
Version: 1.4.36
Architecture: armv5tel
Maintainer: http://home.planet.nl/~demun000/thomas_projects/free42/
Description: Free42 is a complete re-implementation of the HP-42S calculator and the HP-82240 printer. Free42 was written from scratch, without using any HP code. You do not need any ROM images in order to use it, yet it is fully HP-42S compatible.
Depends: gtk pango libpng freetype
Size: 512K



free42_1.4.36_armv5tel.ipk
Anunakin's FEED
anunakin
FreeCIV 2.1.0 beta4 w/ SDLclient
FEED: http://zaurus.vivaphp.net/pdaxrom/misc
IPK: freeciv_2.1.0-beta4_armv5tel.ipk
IPK for Cxx00
freeciv_2.1.0-beta4-iwmmx_armv5tel.ipk
CODE
Package: freeciv
Source: ftp://ftp.freeciv.org/freeciv/beta/freeciv-2.1.0-beta4.tar.gz
Priority: optional
Section: Games
Version: 2.1.0-beta4
Architecture: armv5tel
Description: Civilization(TM)-like game
Depends: xfree sdl-mixer sdl-image sdl-net zlib readline imlib
Size: 5799K


New FreeCiv beta 4!!! wink.gif
Meanie
revised mb-applet-cards, supports SD/CF/USB on both 2.4 and 2.6 kernel. visual indication of whether the unmount was successful or failed.

this should work on all beta1/beta3/pdaXii13 as well as r198 (especially the C3x00 where the microdrive is mismapped).


updated the applet since it only detected memory cards on 2.6 kernel. new version detects any kind of cf card smile.gif
Capn_Fish
Globulation 2- A fun RTS. It runs a bit (lot) slow, but since it gets chaotic late in games anyway, that's not too bad. Depends on the SDL libs and Speex, maybe a few others. Compiled for beta 4 and up (2.6.x kernels).
kkazakov13
Pidgin 2.0.1

Newer version, bug fixes mostly (over 100)



http://z.drun.net/packages/pidgin_2.0.1_armv5tel.ipk

home site: http://pidgin.im/
Meanie
mouseclick allows you to simulate a mouse click/stylus tap at a specific location on the screen


I also updated mb-applet-cards to fix a few bugs which is a few posts earlier...
Meanie
squid web proxy for the Zaurus smile.gif
Meanie
updated wifi-radar
kkazakov13
MPD 0.13.0 ( http://musicpd.org/ )

compiled newest version of the daemon (changelog)

The package have sample configuration file - /etc/mpd.conf.sample - copy as /etc/mpd.conf and edit.



MP3 only version (should not require special libraries):

http://z.drun.net/packages/mpd_0.13.0_armv5tel.ipk

Full version ( support for flac, ogg, vorbis added, but no support for mod files ). Will require few libraries from http://z.drun.net/packages/ repository

http://z.drun.net/packages/mpd-full_0.13.0_armv5tel.ipk




MPC 0.12.1 ( console mpd client, useful for calling in scripts )

http://z.drun.net/packages/mpc_0.12.1_armv5tel.ipk
Capn_Fish
Quetoo- fast Quake engine. For 2.6-based pdaXrom versions.

Not tested.
Andmann
QUOTE(Meanie @ Jun 2 2007, 12:00 PM)
updated wifi-radar
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Hi,

I have installed this hoping to get my C1000 running R198 back up on the wireless network.
So far no luck at all.
When I click on this nothing happens. I found the conf file but not the program.
Where is the app so that I can try to run it and see what the errors are.
I am dying to get my unit up on the network.

Thanks

Andmann
Capn_Fish
Sylpheed 2.4.2. For 2.6-based pdaXrom versions.

EDIT: To Andmann: Take a look at my Wlanconfig tool, and please refrain from posting issues in this thread.
kkazakov13
GPass 0.5.1

Thanks to Chero, he found and I compiled this great program smile.gif
It's GTK2 based password manager.




GPass: http://z.drun.net/packages/gpass_0.5.1_armv5tel.ipk
libmhash: http://z.drun.net/packages/libmhash_0.9.7.1_armv5tel.ipk
libmcrypt: http://z.drun.net/packages/libmcrypt_2.5.8_armv5tel.ipk
Meanie
wwwoffle 2.9

for offline web browsing
Capn_Fish
Vim 7.1. For 2.6 kernels.

The filename should be "vim-full_7.1_armv5tel.ipk"
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