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bam
anyone wanna try and compile this, I cant seem to get it....
melee
QUOTE(bam @ Jun 17 2006, 07:57 AM)
anyone wanna try and compile this, I cant seem to get it....
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Hi

There are a couple of .ipks
HERE

Are those any good?

regards

Melee
bam
nope, not even in any kind of known format that I know of, tar or tar.gz
melee
QUOTE(bam @ Jun 18 2006, 10:12 PM)
nope, not even in any kind of known format that I know of, tar or tar.gz
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Hi

They are just .deb files renamed as .ipk

Change the extension to .deb and run dpkg-deb -c [filename.deb]
to view the contents.

The file python-bluez_0.6.1_arm(.ipk)
contains the directory structure /usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/
and within are the files _bluetooth.so and bluetooth.py

I dont have python installed on my Z.

If you tell me what the appropriate directory structure for your Z and OS is, I can repackage in a tar gzipped .ipk for you

Alternately just copy the individual files over to the relevant directory on your Z, having extracted them with dpkg.

To do this use:-
dpkg-deb -X [filename.deb] /tmp
which will extract the directory tree into your /tmp directory and give you access to the individual files within it

regards

Melee
bam
seems that it doesnt wanna extract too well, can you tar up the two files for me, please
bam
think I found the minor issue
symlink /user/local/python2.4/ ---> /home/QtPalmtop/include/python2.4/

and then you can build v0.3, 0.7 fails, not sure why as of yet.

btw this is with meanies zgcc package and kopsis python image.
bam
YES! 0.5 compiles fine and runs! Place em in the site-packages dir of your python install.

guess I am getting better at this compiling stuff, actually if I just read the frikkin output I would save some headaches for "other" things.
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