[debian] openmoko-panel-plugin 0.4

Fox Mulder 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
to /usr/share/pixmaps/openmoko-panel-plugins.
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
>> from:
>> http://www.ohli.de/download/openmoko-panel-plugin_0.4-1_all.debhttp://www.ohli.de/download/openmoko-panel-plugin_0.4-1_amd64.changes
>> http://www.ohli.de/download/openmoko-panel-plugin_0.4-1.diff.gzhttp://www.ohli.de/download/openmoko-panel-plugin_0.4-1.dsc
>> http://www.ohli.de/download/openmoko-panel-plugin_0.4.orig.tar.gz
>> Changelog:
>>   * 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*  
>> Cu
>>  Sebastian
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