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tux
cool.gif Packages that just install and run. biggrin.gif


1.gnome-games
2. fbreader
3. putty
4. Iceweasel
5. Sylpheed
6. Pidgin
7. Abiword
8. Gnumeric
9. Dillo
10. gparted
11. bsdgames, includes adventure=Colossal Cave
12. frotz
13. chkrootkit
14. Xournal
15. wifi-radar

Please add to the list... smile.gif .. at least one of these apps is in the repos for testing/lenny but not in stable. The dist-upgrade path works smoothly! cool.gif
jpmatrix
installed some console tools:
screen, mc, links (i m using them right now!)

not found:
notecase

perhaps we should list apps which doesn t work instead, as all is supposed to work :-)
jpmatrix
by the way, i cannot find pidgin... where did you find it ???
tux
QUOTE(jpmatrix @ Sep 26 2007, 01:43 PM) *
by the way, i cannot find pidgin... where did you find it ???

cool.gif Hi, I installed the titchy package., the large one, the option for IM in the gui menu is labelled as pidgin internet messenger!

Cheers biggrin.gif
ZDevil
Well, I suppose most ARM packages will just run happy.gif ... so how about a discussion of those that don't work?
Chero
QUOTE(ZDevil @ Sep 26 2007, 06:04 PM) *
Well, I suppose most ARM packages will just run happy.gif ... so how about a discussion of those that don't work?


I've got one : TaskCoach
jpmatrix
QUOTE(Chero @ Sep 26 2007, 06:27 PM) *
QUOTE(ZDevil @ Sep 26 2007, 06:04 PM) *
Well, I suppose most ARM packages will just run happy.gif ... so how about a discussion of those that don't work?


I've got one : TaskCoach


you mean it is not in the feeds smile.gif
same thing for xournal smile.gif
let's start a "i want that compiled" thread smile.gif
dlj0
QUOTE(ZDevil @ Sep 26 2007, 12:04 PM) *
Well, I suppose most ARM packages will just run happy.gif ... so how about a discussion of those that don't work?


OK, xournal -- it loads OK, but when I try to draw something on the screen I get a lot of drawing lines all over the page, and the result is illegible.

tgif (a nice 2d drawing program, BTW) refuses to load due to font issues. I suspect that I could fix this by specifying fonts in an app-defaults file, but out-or-the-box it does not work.
adf
QUOTE(tux @ Sep 25 2007, 04:38 PM) *
cool.gif Packages that just install and run. biggrin.gif


1.gnome-games
2. fbreader
3. putty
4. Iceweasel
5. Sylpheed
6. Pidgin
7. Abiword
8. Gnumeric
9. Dillo
10. gparted
11. bsdgames, includes adventure=Colossal Cave
12. frotz
13. chkrootkit

Please add to the list... smile.gif

I just have to ask: Do we know of anyone whose Z got rootkitted??
ZDevil
QUOTE(dlj0 @ Sep 28 2007, 02:04 AM) *
QUOTE(ZDevil @ Sep 26 2007, 12:04 PM) *
Well, I suppose most ARM packages will just run happy.gif ... so how about a discussion of those that don't work?


OK, xournal -- it loads OK, but when I try to draw something on the screen I get a lot of drawing lines all over the page, and the result is illegible.

tgif (a nice 2d drawing program, BTW) refuses to load due to font issues. I suspect that I could fix this by specifying fonts in an app-defaults file, but out-or-the-box it does not work.


This reminds me of the jumping stylus pointer issue. Not sure if the two are related. And this behavior is similar to what happens in pdaXrom r198. Perhaps a 2.6.xx kernel issue?
tux
QUOTE(adf @ Sep 28 2007, 02:15 AM) *
QUOTE(tux @ Sep 25 2007, 04:38 PM) *
cool.gif Packages that just install and run. biggrin.gif


1.gnome-games
...
13. chkrootkit

Please add to the list... smile.gif

I just have to ask: Do we know of anyone whose Z got rootkitted??


cool.gif I run chkrootkit on my desktop. I am running an ssh server on the Z. I would suppose that running a 'real' Debian distro means that my Z is just as likely a victim of a rootkit as any other linux machine. smile.gif I don't think it is likely that any of my machines would be rootkitted, I am behind my router firewall mostly, But The wifi bit is only on WEP security. unsure.gif

No harm in running it every time I boot up. biggrin.gif

tux
cool.gif Hi,

I've just installed wifi-radar. If only I knew how to use it! rolleyes.gif Just thought I'd mention that it appears to work. Nlow I'll go and goole about it to see how to make use of it off base. I've not tried the hot-spot bit with TitchyLinux yet. biggrin.gif

Should be fun, especially if this tool is as useful as it ought to be. smile.gif

..So I edited the /etc/wifi-radar.conf file to put dhcp=true, the interface to use eth0, entered the wep key for my router, security=restricted and it works. biggrin.gif
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