QUOTE(snowfarthing @ Jul 1 2006, 03:10 AM)
A few days ago I found a topic that had an ipk that apparently gave full support of Qt under Opie. As I tend to favor Opie and really like Qt (in particular, there's a geometry program called KSEG that I'd like to use under Opie that uses everything under Qt3), I was really excited about the topic. Unfortunately, one-year-old my daughter turned off the computer before I could download it, and I cannot find the forum or the topic where this was, despite my best efforts to find it.
Does anyone know where I can find this topic?
I also remember someone making a snide comment asking why anyone would want to use Qt under Opie, but I wasn't able to answer why either. My answer is this: I really like Qt, and would like to develop things in it. Thus, I can't wait until I can download this and try it!
...the Xqt2 binary is downloadable from this page (scroll down, enodr's May 9 2006 10:48am entry). Here's a direct link to the file also:http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?act=A...pe=post&id=2433
...I've managed to get Abiword & gnumeric to load & work without crashing so far
Be warned though: You'll ONLY get this far if you can download your own copy of the 3.5.4 feed onto a CF card, as you don't have network access. You'll need a 1gig CF card (or an SD card will do fine).
You can download the files individually
..CoreDump has understandably disabled wget -r as it's on his ADSL line.
I found the easiest way to grab the feed was to use Konqueror & have a split top & bottom window, with the hentges feed on the top window & the local directory (or mounted CF card on your desktop) on the bottom window. Then press & hold CTRL on your desktop keyboard & then click & drag each file in turn to the equivalent directories locally. This takes about 20 minutes to physically do for each of the feed directories, so don't try it all in one go
You wouldn't have to do this (nor the following ipkg.conf hack!), on the other hand, if you got yourself a WLAN card
Then, when done, edit your /etc/ipkg.conf file on your collie to point to the locally stored ipks:
src upgrades file://home/root/Documents/feed/upgrades
src opie file://home/root/Documents/feed/opie
..and so on.
You'll need to change the path to point to either /media/cf (CF card) or /media/card (SD card) accordingly.
Then, if this works without any errors, type the following:
ipkg install abiword
OR, if you're installing to an ext2-formatted SD:
ipkg -d sd install abiword
....wait 'til done....then:
ipkg-link add abiword
Next, in the Settings tab under OPIE, find the Launcher Icon, run it, then once it's up, click on the InputMethods tab and select the Enable floating & resizing option, followed by OK & restart opie.
Then extract the Xqt2 binary somewhere & then in a konsole, type in:
& then copy/paste the errors if it doesn't work.
If it does
work, you'll see the X server loading up behind your non-100% sized konsole, followed by abiword loading up behind the konsole as well.
Click on the white space in abiword and the konsole should disappear.
I'm in the process of creating a couple of shell scripts which will automatically run Xqt2 & do the export DISPLAY command, combined with gnumeric or abiword, so I'll be able to just type sthng like:
..and it'll launch them....
I decided to stay with opie rather than trying to have opie & gpe running at the same time, for now (I've run out of time to carry on hacking)..but I might try again over the summer to get gpe up & running, as apps run much faster under gpe than this Xqt method.