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rxvt-unicode 9.02

Apply patch from pdaxrom-builder

rxvt-unicode-9.02-pdaxrom.zip is patch for source
rxvtd.zip is daemon files
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geany 0.13
The light weight develop IDE used in X-Window.
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openbox 3.4.6.1
obconf 2.0.3

How to install
Exit X-Windows
Remove openbox & obconf:
ipkg remove openbox
ipkg remove obconf

Install new version:
ipkg install openbox_3.4.6.1_armv5tel.ipk
ipkg install obconf_2.0.3_armv5tel.ipk

The newest startup-notification can be downloaded if u needed:
http://www.tyrannozaurus.com/feed/contribs....9_armv5tel.ipk

Install translation files:
tar zvfx openbox.gmo.tar.gz
cp <u language>.gmo /usr/share/locale/<u language>/LC_MESSAGES/openbox.mo

tar zvfx obconf.gmo.tar.gz
cp <u language>.gmo /usr/share/locale/<u language>/LC_MESSAGES/obconf.mo

About menu.xml & rc.xml in package
rc.xml in package is come from pdaXii13, and it is related with pdaXii13's keymap define

Only for compiling openbox and obconf, it is not needed if you want to use openbox only.
libstartup-notification-devel_1.0_armv5tel.ipk
openbox-devel_3.4.6.1_armv5tel.ipk
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smplayer 0.5.21

smplayer_0.5.21.pdaxrom.patch.tar.gz is the source patch file.
kkazakov13
ScummVM 0.11.0



It's compiled statically - the binary is 6mb big - sorry for this, but when tried compiling it as separate modules it failed with some stupid error, which I didn't had time to try to fix. Also - it does not have alsa support, as beta3 doesn't have it.

http://z.drun.net/packages/scummvm_0.11.0_armv5tel.ipk

I *think* some of the saves are not compatible to 0.10.0 and before ... because I could not load any my Fate of Atlantis's game saves. But Loom loaded ok.

So just be careful smile.gif
kkazakov13
Geany 0.13

I know it's a some sort of repost - but this is for everyone that updated with my packages. The previous one did not worked for me.



http://z.drun.net/packages/geany_0.13_armv5tel.ipk


CenterIM 4.22.3

Console IM , supports ICQ, Jabber, MSN, Yahoo, IRC, etc. For of CenterICQ

http://z.drun.net/packages/centerim_4.22.3_armv5tel.ipk

scheck.r
Xournal 0.4.2.1
Calcurse 2.0


Natively compiled on C1000 using kkazakov13 packages.
If you want PDF import/export in Xournal, you need also probably poppler(pdftoppm).
Calcurse needs ncurses.

Edit: Deleted: wrong thread
scheck.r
Xarvhive 0.2.8-6
Mtpaint 3.20


Natively compiled on C1000 using kkazakov13 packages. Stripped binaries and removed doc/help.
Xarchive is a lightweight gtk2 front end to zip, unzip, rar, ... You can navigate inside archives and view files in them without extracting the archive.
Mtpaint is a lightweight image manipulation app
kkazakov13
Pidgin 2.4.3
http://pidgin.im/

http://z.drun.net/packages/pidgin_2.4.3_armv5tel.ipk

Fixes the "client is too old" error.

A must for everyone, using previous versions.


Catfish 0.3
http://software.twotoasts.de/index.php?/pa...sh_summary.html

http://z.drun.net/packages/catfish_0.3_armv5tel.ipk


A small search app.
Requires full python 2.4 package and newer findutils - http://z.drun.net/packages/findutils_4.4.0_armv5tel.ipk
Allelectrix
QUOTE(pelrun @ Jul 6 2007, 07:28 PM) *
After a lot of mucking around with the older pdaxrom-builder stuff I finally got a working kernel toolchain going, and compiled a couple of modules for beta3/pdaXii13:

/lib/modules/2.4.20/kernel/fs/udf.o - for reading UDF format discs from a usb-connected dvd drive - just don't expect to be playing DVD video though. biggrin.gif

/lib/modules/2.4.20/kernel/drivers/usb/dm9601.o - If your dongle is recognised by your current driver there's no need to change to this one. But a few USB device id's are missing from Meanie's pdaXii13 build of this driver, including the one from my dongle. Originally I got around it by hex-editing the original driver and replacing another ID with mine, but the result wasn't exactly releasable biggrin.gif If you got a "USB device X (vend/prod 0xXXXX/0xXXXX) is not claimed by any active driver" error in dmesg with the old driver and the device ID is one of 0x0a46:0x6688, 0x0a46:0x0268, or 0x0a46:0x0668 then this build should sort you out.

Make sure to do a "depmod -a" after installing either of these.


Hi there Pelrun,

I have been waiting a long time to hear about someone who can generate .o modules for pdaxii13.

I will pay you handsomely if you can compile:

rt73-k2wrlz-2.0.1.tar.gz

into

rt73.o

for kernel 2.4.20

do you think you could do that for me ? please name your price and I am happy to pay whatever you want.

the source code for the module is at:

rt73 Source Code

with gracious thanks and appreciation. Allelectrix
tux
QUOTE(Allelectrix @ Oct 13 2008, 02:37 PM) *
QUOTE(pelrun @ Jul 6 2007, 07:28 PM) *
After a lot of mucking around with the older pdaxrom-builder stuff I finally got a working kernel toolchain going, and compiled a couple of modules for beta3/pdaXii13:

/lib/modules/2.4.20/kernel/fs/udf.o - for reading UDF format discs from a usb-connected dvd drive - just don't expect to be playing DVD video though. biggrin.gif

/lib/modules/2.4.20/kernel/drivers/usb/dm9601.o - If your dongle is recognised by your current driver there's no need to change to this one. But a few USB device id's are missing from Meanie's pdaXii13 build of this driver, including the one from my dongle. Originally I got around it by hex-editing the original driver and replacing another ID with mine, but the result wasn't exactly releasable biggrin.gif If you got a "USB device X (vend/prod 0xXXXX/0xXXXX) is not claimed by any active driver" error in dmesg with the old driver and the device ID is one of 0x0a46:0x6688, 0x0a46:0x0268, or 0x0a46:0x0668 then this build should sort you out.

Make sure to do a "depmod -a" after installing either of these.


Hi there Pelrun,

I have been waiting a long time to hear about someone who can generate .o modules for pdaxii13.

I will pay you handsomely if you can compile:

rt73-k2wrlz-2.0.1.tar.gz

into

rt73.o

for kernel 2.4.20

do you think you could do that for me ? please name your price and I am happy to pay whatever you want.

the source code for the module is at:

rt73 Source Code

with gracious thanks and appreciation. Allelectrix

cool.gif I'm glad you are getting somewhere with your search for this module. I hope you don't mind too much but I'm just off to delete the WIKI page you made asking for help with this problem. rolleyes.gif The WIKI really isn't the appropriate place for that sort of thing. smile.gif
Allelectrix
QUOTE
cool.gif I'm glad you are getting somewhere with your search for this module. I hope you don't mind too much but I'm just off to delete the WIKI page you made asking for help with this problem. rolleyes.gif The WIKI really isn't the appropriate place for that sort of thing. smile.gif


Thanks, yes, sorry about that, beginners ignorance. I am still looking for the illusive rt73.o I understand Capn Fish is my Hero as he has posted it,
where has he put it ?, I can't find it yet ! rolleyes.gif
tux
QUOTE(Allelectrix @ Oct 14 2008, 10:26 PM) *
QUOTE
cool.gif I'm glad you are getting somewhere with your search for this module. I hope you don't mind too much but I'm just off to delete the WIKI page you made asking for help with this problem. rolleyes.gif The WIKI really isn't the appropriate place for that sort of thing. smile.gif


Thanks, yes, sorry about that, beginners ignorance. I am still looking for the illusive rt73.o I understand Capn Fish is my Hero as he has posted it,
where has he put it ?, I can't find it yet ! rolleyes.gif

cool.gif You've probably found it already. try here Cap'n Fish's post

Cheers

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wellswang
Dillo 2.0

* Dillo is a multi-platform graphical web browser known for its speed and small size.
* Dillo is written in C and C++.
* Dillo is based on FLTK2, the Fast Light Toolkit (statically-linked by default!).
* Dillo is free software made available under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPLv3).
* Dillo strives to be friendly both to users and developers.
* Dillo helps web authors to comply with web standards by using the bug meter.

HomePage:
Dillo - http://www.dillo.org
FLTK - http://www.fltk.org

Compile Environment:
Cross Compile, gcc 3.4.6

Depends:
fltk2

Download
fltk2 - http://wells.osall.com/files/download.php?id=2876
dillo2 - http://wells.osall.com/files/download.php?id=2875

Preview:
wellswang
bmp-mac 0.1.1 - Make BeepMediaPlayer support APE format on Zaurus

Compiled by WellsWang(lonelyp)

bmp-mac is a plug-in for BMP(beep-media-player), mac is a Linux port for Monkey's Audio Codec which can support APE Audio format.
bmp-mac and mac can make BMP support APE file.

Compile Environment:
Cross Compile, gcc 3.4.6

Depends:
bmp, mac

Download:

* mac : http://wells.osall.com/files/download.php?id=2879
* bmp-mac : http://wells.osall.com/files/download.php?id=2878

Select Monkey's Audio Codec in Properties -> Plug-in Window.


Playing APE file.

EzerchE
QUOTE(kkazakov13 @ Jul 4 2008, 03:24 AM) *
Pidgin 2.4.3
http://pidgin.im/

http://z.drun.net/packages/pidgin_2.4.3_armv5tel.ipk

Fixes the "client is too old" error.

A must for everyone, using previous versions.


i have pidgin 2.0.2 installed on my pdaxiiv2 c3000, if i install the 2.4.3 it gives an error for libenchant.so.1

how can i install and use pidgin 2.4.3?

and also if i install pidgin 2.1.1 or 2.2.2 it gives mn ssl error.
ToneBlind
QUOTE(desertrat @ Mar 22 2006, 08:05 PM) *
GNUDoku 0.93

description
http://icculus.org/~jcspray/GNUDoku/
GNUDoku is a free program for creating and solving Su Doku puzzles. You can use GNUDoku to challenge yourself, to compute solutions, or to verify your own solutions.

download
http://mail.pdaxrom.org/contrib/desertrat/...93_armv5tel.ipk

dependencies
glibmm2_2.8.4_armv5tel.ipk
gtkmm2_2.6.5_armv5tel.ipk
libsigc++2_2.0.17_armv5tel.ipk

all of which can be downloaded from:
http://mail.pdaxrom.org/contrib/armagon
[...]

I know the chances of you responding to this are almost null, but I have to try.

When I try to install this on pdaXii13, I am getting an error about a missing shared object file: libcairomm-1.0.so.1. I have cairo installed, but apparently libcairomm are the C++ bindings. I could only find a debug package for Armstrong, but nothing for pdaXrom. Do you have any ideas of what needs to be done to get this file? I'm really wishing to play GNUDoku! laugh.gif
jcabrer
If anyone want a complete findutils package, including the updatedb and locate commands, here it is!

You have to run the updatedb command at least every so often to keep the index current.
jcabrer
In my quest to bring development tools for pdaXrom out of the dark ages, here is a port of the latest cmake.

I needed this in order to build SqueakVM. That will be next, if it works.
jcabrer
If you don't know about Squeak, SqueakVM, and Scratch, here's your chance to find out.

Squeak is a SmallTalk 80 implementation. It runs inside a multi-platform virtual machine known as SqueakVM.

Scratch is a graphical development language written in Squeak.

All of it is running on Zaurus as of today. I hope everyone enjoys!

For more info look to:

http://scratch.mit.edu/

http://info.scratch.mit.edu/Scratch_on_Linux

You will need to download the Scratch source image in order to run it in SqueakVM. Later I will package Scratch as a stand-alone, once I add rotation and screen size awareness. For now, you will need to launch from a terminal using squeak.sh ./some_image_name

For more on Squeak and SqueakVM:

http://www.squeak.org/
http://www.squeakvm.org/index.html

jcabrer
So my wife just accidentally deleted a bunch of pictures from an SD card formatted in FAT16.

I compiled fatback, and packaged it for Z.

Here it is. BTW It recovered beautifully.
climber
Great job compiling fatback for our Z :-) Thanks a lot!!!

By the way I'm also interested in compiling other useful utilities for the Z but I'm not familiar with it. Would it be possible to write a short step by step
documentation which applications I need to install and what steps are necessary to compile it. If you could use fatback as an example this
would be cool!

Thanks
climber
pdaxii13v2 SL-C3100
anunakin
QUOTE(climber @ Sep 16 2010, 06:13 AM) *
Great job compiling fatback for our Z :-) Thanks a lot!!!

By the way I'm also interested in compiling other useful utilities for the Z but I'm not familiar with it. Would it be possible to write a short step by step
documentation which applications I need to install and what steps are necessary to compile it. If you could use fatback as an example this
would be cool!

Thanks
climber
pdaxii13v2 SL-C3100

Look at:
http://www.pdaxrom.org

Take a special view of:
http://www.pdaxrom.org/index.php/Build_cross_toolchain
and
http://www.pdaxrom.org/index.php/Target_system_build
jcabrer
Here are most of the recent things I've compiled for pdaXrom distros that have not been posted (maybe). Please take note that I target all my builds to /usr/local, and I don't usually strip the binaries, or remove man pages.

Cheers.
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