Word processing application
prishelec at gmail.com
Wed Mar 4 17:23:50 CET 2009
Thanks all for your help!
GNUtoo, I followed your suggestion number 1. Thanks.
I've just installed Abiword from my local OE repository and I have to
say that it's really cool stuff!
It's a little too much to what I want to do (leafpad is enough), but
ability to work with complicated word processing files on my phone is
On Tue, Mar 3, 2009 at 6:21 PM, GNUtoo <GNUtoo at no-log.org> wrote:
> On Tue, 2009-03-03 at 18:08 +0100, Leonti Bielski wrote:
>> I'm looking for some kind of word processing application.
>> I want to use my Freerunner in a library so I would not have to bring
>> laptop with me - only the keyboard.
>> I've heard of AbiWord, but can't manage to find an ipk package for it.
>> Also, is there emacs package for Freerunner available?
>> Can someone suggest something else for text editing?
>> Openmoko community mailing list
>> community at lists.openmoko.org
> I've compiled both...so you have 3 solutions
> 1)compile it yourself with openembedded...I can give you my recipes
> 2)find the packages in an official distro
> I found emacs(non-x11 version) in FSO's unstable repository
> 3)find them in my repositories(split in 2 because of a data-loss) but I
> don't like this idea because:
> *my connection is slow in upload
> *I'm not an official repository => the software comes with no kind of
> support at all,specially because I had data loss and if there is a
> problem with the first repository(and there are some such as wesnoth
> lacking libpng3 as rdepend) I will have to bitbake the recipe
> again...and the libs have to be bitbaken again...wich takes a lot of
> *I had not the time of investigating why I can't change the fonts with
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