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« Reply #465 on: August 13, 2009, 04:11:45 am »
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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.

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« Reply #466 on: January 23, 2010, 03:54:24 pm »
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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
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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!  

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« Reply #467 on: September 09, 2010, 11:14:16 am »
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.
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« Reply #468 on: September 09, 2010, 05:19:59 pm »
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.
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« Reply #469 on: September 10, 2010, 01:44:20 am »
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
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« Reply #470 on: September 10, 2010, 12:37:26 pm »
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.
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« Reply #471 on: September 16, 2010, 02:13:03 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
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« Reply #472 on: September 20, 2010, 07:33:12 am »
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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
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Look at:
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Take a special view of:
http://www.pdaxrom.org/index.php/Build_cross_toolchain
and
http://www.pdaxrom.org/index.php/Target_system_build
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« Reply #473 on: November 21, 2010, 05:06:36 pm »
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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« Reply #474 on: October 30, 2016, 12:36:52 pm »
Not an ipk yet (since I don't know how to build them  ) but just binaries.
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GNU APL 1.6a http://www.gnu.org/software/apl/
Build without sqlite/postgres support
Additionally I've built APL Keyboard Translator (akt, https://github.com/TieDyedDevil/akt )in this archive.

Put these binaries somethere in the PATH.
Usage:
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akt apl --noColorOne could enter APL characters using Alt key.

Note what the APL font should be installed, get it here: http://www.dyalog.com/apl-font-keyboard.htm
Place them to /usr/share/fonts directory
Run the following command to register them:
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fc-cache /usr/share/fontsNext step is to add this font to the rxvt configuration.
In my case I'm using Lucida Console in rxvt and APL386 for APL characters.
Add the following line:
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rxvt*font:xft:Lucida Console:pixelsize=16,xft:APL386 Unicode:pixelsize=13to the ~/.Xdefaults
Then run the
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xrdb -merge ~/.XdefaultsRestart rxvt.

It is convenient to set the alias to run APL. Add
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alias apl="akt apl --noColor"to the ~/.profile
Now if you restart rxvt you can run APL with the apl command.

One more note: by default most fo Alt+0..9 hotkeys reserved by openbox for windows manipulation. In order to use these hotkeys to enter APL characters on the numeric row, one have to edit the ~/.config/openbox/rc.xml file and comment these hotkeys (or redefine them to something else).

Keyboard layout provided by akt is the following: https://github.com/TieDyedDevil/akt/blob/ma...r/keyboard1.txt

Now we have a fully functioning APL on a mobile device!
See screenshot attached

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« Reply #475 on: October 30, 2016, 04:33:29 pm »
I never used pdaXrom, but I have ipkg scripts which I have used to build packages for the Sharp ROM. They're probably the same.
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« Reply #476 on: October 31, 2016, 04:30:37 am »
Well done! I have never used the APL language myself, what are its applications nowadays?

BTW for IPK building, refer to my post here: https://www.oesf.org/forum/index.php?s=&...st&p=282582
I also think that IPKs for Cacko and PdaXrom share the same structure, and the same tools can be used to build them.

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« Reply #477 on: October 31, 2016, 03:53:17 pm »
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Well done! I have never used the APL language myself, what are its applications nowadays?

BTW for IPK building, refer to my post here: https://www.oesf.org/forum/index.php?s=&...st&p=282582
I also think that IPKs for Cacko and PdaXrom share the same structure, and the same tools can be used to build them.

Varti

Yes I see this info, I'll try do deal with it later.
The usage I see is rapid application development, prototyping, data analysis, solving any algorithmic/coding problems
I see mobile devices the new future for APL and related languages (like J language) since they are really dense and the problem with entering characters on mobile devices - the main pain when someone want to implement something on a mobile device - is not an issue and one would spend much more time concentrating on the problem than typing.
I personally will just experiment with different algorithms and puzzles.