I am still now getting this:
Qt: Session management error: Authentication Rejected, reason : None of the authentication protocols specified are supported and host-based authentication failed
IS there something I need to upgrade? Can I upgrade it without reflashing and resetting up the whole...
Ok, I gparted/Repair'd the SD on my laptop and tried again! You're right..... Now I get an error that seems like a better pointer in the right direction!
[ START ]--- Mount the PND ----------
Mounting : mount -t squashfs -o ro "/dev/loop0" "/mnt/utmp/telegram"
Mounting the Union FS : mount -t...
ok, I tried redownloading telegram.pnd again on my laptop.... Then I tried on my Pandora in links... Then in Epiphany through PanDebian.... Now am I am trying an older pnd version... Still fail. I guess I just will not be using TG on my Pandora. Here's the new out file from the last attempt...
Sorry, FW is 1.55
I hope THAT is not the problem because I have been enjoying my setup for a long time. LOL
Here is the tmp/pndrun_telegram.out
PND : /media/BOOT/pandora/menu/telegram.pnd
Ok, so I'm a latecomer on this! Well I try to start it and I get nothing......
appdata/telegram gets created
/mnt/pnd/telegram and /mnt/utmp/telegram also were created. The app does not start though.
From CLI in Root I see that the Start sh Fails!
For Sale; 2 hardly used Pandora's. Only minor rubs on some edges of Classic's case. All buttons and screen work 100%.
600Mhz Classic "Rebirth Edition" ($350 or Best Offer)
1Ghz Pandora Silver ($450 or Best Offer)
These are in excellent condition and hardly used for intended purpotese...
OK, this should be easy to find an answer on the forum but it is not. I just recieved mine in the mail and checked here for an answer.
Can someone please give me a listing for the TV-Out Cable plugs.
OK, It was a fun experience and part of my "Why!" is to learn.... It has been a good way to learrn about GCC as I go through my book. I have also learned a lot about dependencies and install order.
anyway I found two things. Order is important. When a package errors trying to over-write a file...
Found it here:
Except now when I compile "Pause.cpp" with g++ I get 33K in erros that I did not before.
The code is simply
Here is a list of the actual IPKs downloaded by opkg and installed. Notice that libgcc1, libssp0, and libstdc++6 were upgraded.
opkg grabbed all these as dependancies. However
># find /usr -name iostream
fails to show iostream installed...
Which package is supposed to install these? I...
I just upgrade to SZ1.55 from 1.52.
On SZ1.52 I used opkg to install the gcc tools and packages so I could compile from the command-line natively. This worked flawlessly. However now on SZ 1.55 I install all the same packages but now when I run:
$ g++ pause.cpp
Now that I have done a complete reflash to the SD to SZ1.55 I can boot with either autoboot. The only difference between them is that the old one did not have a new line at the end of file. The new one did. Sorry I cant help more because I need the system working and any difference on the ext3...
I found out later it was that the new system was not compatible with the old SZ1.52 autoboot.txt on the SD. The old txt worked with the SZ1.52 kernel 3.2.30 but with SZ1.55 I HAD to use the one generated by SD_install.pnd. If I swap with the old one I get a locked boot. If I then put the new...
Well, back to a full SD install.... I found differences. Corrected them and performed an upgrade. But upon booting to CLI I found a locked boot complaining about an invalid VFAT structure. Oh well.
Saved my home directory and will spend this afternoon reconfiguring my tweaks to the system. At...