User:Alessandro

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The list of packages included in my repo is:
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* ipkgorphan
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* SettingsGUI
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* Free42
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* ipkg-link
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* synergy
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My nick on IRC is Ghiottone (registered on FreeNode)
 
My nick on IRC is Ghiottone (registered on FreeNode)

Revision as of 21:35, 7 September 2007

I have a web page with a search engine related to OpenMoko at http://aiurlano.netsons.org/OpenMoko/

My first OpenMoko program:

ipkgorphan (source here)

My first packaged program:

SettingsGUI (web bb source)

You can download their latest version via ipkg by adding a configuration file in /etc/ipkg/ for my repository. The line to add is:

src/gz custom-armv4t http://aiurlano.netsons.org/OpenMoko/ipk/armv4t

The list of packages included in my repo is:

  • ipkgorphan
  • SettingsGUI
  • Free42
  • ipkg-link
  • synergy



My nick on IRC is Ghiottone (registered on FreeNode)

Tips collected from IRC:

Tip to mount jffs images (yet to be tested)

# modprobe loop
# modprobe mtdblock
# losetup /dev/loop0 /path/to/imagefile.jffs2
# insmod blkmtd erasesz=256 device=/dev/loop0
# mount -t jffs2 /dev/mtdblock0 /mnt

Something about binary locale generation

put ENABLE_BINARY_LOCALE_GENERATION = "0" in your local.conf file

Personal tools

I have a web page with a search engine related to OpenMoko at http://aiurlano.netsons.org/OpenMoko/

My first OpenMoko program:

ipkgorphan (source here)

My first packaged program:

SettingsGUI (web bb source)

You can download their latest version via ipkg by adding a configuration file in /etc/ipkg/ for my repository. The line to add is:

src/gz custom-armv4t http://aiurlano.netsons.org/OpenMoko/ipk/armv4t

My nick on IRC is Ghiottone (registered on FreeNode)

Tips collected from IRC:

Tip to mount jffs images (yet to be tested)

# modprobe loop
# modprobe mtdblock
# losetup /dev/loop0 /path/to/imagefile.jffs2
# insmod blkmtd erasesz=256 device=/dev/loop0
# mount -t jffs2 /dev/mtdblock0 /mnt

Something about binary locale generation

put ENABLE_BINARY_LOCALE_GENERATION = "0" in your local.conf file