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#151
Originally Posted by wicket View Post
If you have ubiboot installed then you're already halfway there. There is a new version ubiboot but it isn't required as Leste is booted without an initrd. The new ubiboot does however now include a nice Maemo Leste graphic and a few things preconfigured for it. That reminds me that I should send a pull request to juiceme to set a few more defaults for Leste (described below).

To get Leste running, you'll need to create a new partition (ext4 is fine). Then you can unpack the .tar.gz dist for the N9 to that partition and configure ubiboot.conf to use it. Assuming you'll use slot 5:I'll write up a guide on the wiki once I've sent that patch to juiceme but in the meantime the above should get you going.

As I already mentioned, Hildon is broken on the N950 so I suspect it might be broken on the N9 too. So don't expect wonders, but USB networking works so that will give you complete access to the Devuan-like system to play around with.
Yep, it works and yep hildon is broken but I couldn't get it to connect via usb with my bionic desktop.

This is a dream come true however, modern linux on handhelds, way to go.

Btw have you managed to run firefox? I think I saw a screenshot somewhere in the thread (I did apt install iceweasel but firefox crashes just after launch.)
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#152
Originally Posted by zxcvbnm3230 View Post
Will they record it on video?
They had streaming, so there might be videos too. Until they are released - I've recorded the entire session, here is the video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ckQAnvAWjqE

There is a blurry minute at the start, as I've switched to manual focus and the screen was too small from the distance I've placed it on

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#153
Originally Posted by Bundyo View Post
They had streaming, so there might be videos too. Until they are released - I've recorded the entire session, here is the video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ckQAnvAWjqE

There is a blurry minute at the start, as I've switched to manual focus and the screen was too small from the distance I've placed it on

P.S. The "RAKIA - connecting people" t-shirts are a nice touch
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Oops, sorry, forgot to make it public - should be okay now.
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#156
Originally Posted by Bundyo View Post
They had streaming, so there might be videos too. Until they are released - I've recorded the entire session, here is the video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ckQAnvAWjqE

There is a blurry minute at the start, as I've switched to manual focus and the screen was too small from the distance I've placed it on

P.S. The "RAKIA - connecting people" t-shirts are a nice touch
Thanks for making an additional recording - it's nice to have one available so soon.

There's now also a new status update, covering the changes from September and October (and a bit of November): https://maemo-leste.github.io/maemo-...ober-2018.html

Originally Posted by qwazix View Post
Btw have you managed to run firefox? I think I saw a screenshot somewhere in the thread (I did apt install iceweasel but firefox crashes just after launch.)
No, I think it crashes on start, I didn't yet try to figure out why. I think it used to work, though.

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Regarding the latest update, I'm guessing the Qt5 build no longer suffers from the issues we had with Fremantle needing to ship a seperate libX11.so.6 built with --with-xcb. It needed a seperate lib because xcb broke keyboard support with other apps. I guess it would be okay unless someone tries install a Fremantle closed source deb.

Also, as OMP was mentioned, in keeping with the more modern take on Qt, would it also be worth porting qt-components-hildon?
 

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Regarding the latest update, I'm guessing the Qt5 build no longer suffers from the issues we had with Fremantle needing to ship a seperate libX11.so.6 built with --with-xcb. It needed a seperate lib because xcb broke keyboard support with other apps. I guess it would be okay unless someone tries install a Fremantle closed source deb.

Also, as OMP was mentioned, in keeping with the more modern take on Qt, would it also be worth porting qt-components-hildon?
freemangordon should give the authorative answer here, but I haven't seen this issue so far.

I am assuming you mean: https://github.com/marx1an/qt-components-hildon - openmediaplayer doesn't seem to depend on it, though, right?

I haven't toyed with qt-component-hildon myself - but I assume it will make sense for someone to port them. It might not even be a long of work.
 

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No OMP doesn't need it. It's used by cutenews, cuteradio and qml-browser.

I suggested it as there was a push for mobile devices to make use of qml and qtquick. On N900 though performance wasn't always that great iirc because of a driver issue.
 

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