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[[Category:Qt based distributions]]
 
[[Category:Qt based distributions]]

Revision as of 12:27, 19 November 2010

QX is a X-Server that runs under Qt Extended. Especially in the distribution QtMoko it is used to run applications like:

under Qt Extended. You can start applications that need the X-Server with the following steps in QtMoko:

  1. Open Main Menu by clicking on the green Q-Topia "Q"-Box.
  2. Open Applications (4 Boxes, red, yellow, green, blue)
  3. Scroll down and open QX
  4. Select the application that needs the X-Server (e.g. Navit)
  5. Click on the white Paper Icon on the bottom left to open the context menu of the QX application.
  6. Select "Launch" to start application

With the AUX-Button you can exit the X-Server environment without quitting the application.

Use QX-Menu-Button at bottom left
Select Launch to start Navit in QX
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QX is a X-Server that runs under Qt Extended. Especially in the distribution QtMoko it is used to run applications like:

under Qt Extended. You can start applications that need the X-Server with the following steps in QtMoko:

  1. Open Main Menu by clicking on the green Q-Topia "Q"-Box.
  2. Open Applications (4 Boxes, red, yellow, green, blue)
  3. Scroll down and open QX
  4. Select the application that needs the X-Server (e.g. Navit)
  5. Click on the white Paper Icon on the bottom left to open the context menu of the QX application.
  6. Select "Launch" to start application

With the AUX-Button you can exit the X-Server environment without quitting the application.

Use Menu Button at bottom left
Launch Navit in QX