[debian] openmoko-panel-plugin 0.4
Quakeman1 at gmx.net
Thu Oct 2 18:32:37 CEST 2008
I previously posted a note that the actual 0.4 package misses quite some
icons. So to get it to work you just have to put the missing icons back
You can get the icons from
It misses the following icons:
joakim at verona.se wrote:
> Sebastian Ohl
> <sebastian+ml.openmoko-community at ohl.name> writes:
> Im having difficulty getting this working. Version 0.3 worked briefly.
> Any chance of a new deb?
>> Hi gents,
>> some words of what this is(as it produced some confusion last time:
>> The openmoko-panel-plugin is a gtk based plugin that draws the
>> powerstate of some FR hardware devices(i.e. gsm, gps) to a gtk based
>> panel. theses panels are used i.e. in xfce4. so you can enable or
>> disable the state of your gps receiver.
>> See a screenshot here: http://www.ohli.de/download/openmoko-panel.png
>> i just uploaded a new release (0.4) to my server. it can be downloaded
>> * fixed many debianizing errors.
>> * adding more dependencies
>> * fixed problems with different versions on my laptop :-(
>> * the menu entry should reappear
>> * click opens a context menu to toggle the powerstate
>> * removed some icons until they are finaly working
>> the credit for the code changed goes to morlac.
>> thank you for the big feature requests in the last mails. some of them
>> are already integrated into the code. but the code needs a big cleanup.
>> so please be patient. i think i will need a weekend to integrate all your
>> suggestions *g*
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