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I build the Touchorbiter for x86 and installed it on a webdt366 with WinCE 5.0.
When starting the application it reports "No a valid Win CE application" and aborts.
http://search.eim.ebay.no/Tablet%20Computers/171485-2?Query=7%22+touch*&CatLevel=2&Site=999Humm, just followed you link. Top 4 returned items were:
[..]Something tells me e-bay is getting just to WILD!!!!
That happens if someone clicks on a provided URL, instead of copying and pasting it. It seems our forum software cut the link before the category.
I am trying to build the OrbiterCE and see the following error message during the build of CEGCC.
Anybody a suggestion what is going wrong?
/home/herman/TouchOrbiter/WindowsCE/cegcc/mingw32ce/binutils/binutils/syslex.c:1: multiple definition of `main'
sysinfo.o:/home/herman/TouchOrbiter/WindowsCE/cegcc/mingw32ce/binutils/binutils/sysinfo.c:1: first defined here
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make: *** [sysinfo] Error 1
make: Leaving directory `/home/herman/TouchOrbiter/WindowsCE/cegcc/mingw32ce/binutils/binutils'
make: *** [all-binutils] Error 2
make: Leaving directory `/home/herman/TouchOrbiter/WindowsCE/cegcc/mingw32ce/binutils'
make: *** [all] Error 2
make: *** [cegcc/mingw32ce/.compiled] Error 2
make: Leaving directory `/home/herman/TouchOrbiter/WindowsCE'
make: *** [cegcc] Error 2
Actually you just need to replace the file /var/www/pluto-admin/weborbiter/waiting.gif to change from SuperTux to anything else that you like as a 'refresh' cursor.
SSHHHH, don't tell them. They will replace it with a waving Windows flag
I will be writing up a new Wiki page for the new Web Orbiter asap... the config and setup needed is somewhat different to the original Web Orbiter - I will write that up asap. The 'Flying Tux' cursor is a 'placeholder' for a more appropriate 'beach ball' cursor that indicates when a screen update is being processed. There is a new and updated build of Web Orbiter 2.0 in svn now that includes a number of improvements and a more appropriate 'beach ball' style cursor this should appear in the next build ;-)
After apt-get updating/upgrading this morning, I followed the instructions in the wiki for the "old" weborbiter, as I understand they should still work for the new one.
The home screen will load, but clicking anywhere results in the angry flying red linux penguin (see attached)
The log seems to show that the device kills the connection immediately after loading the home screen (before any input is received from the user).
Log file below shows a router reload (12:08:34) and then starting a session in IE8 (12:09:13). I can post a detailed log if it will help.
To compile the Uplink's demo just download it, uncompress the archive somewhere using;
tar zxf clutter-orbiter-sample.tar.gz<return>
Now you need the clutter lib;
apt-get install libclutter-1.0-dev<return>
Im trying to learn clutter at present, ive been throught the tutorials and now I wanted to build the example, i have the example downloaded and can see the cpp code etc, however when i try to do the install libclutter-1.0-dev it says it cannot find the package?? am i doing someting wrong?