KDE4 on openmoko?
Sander van Grieken
sander at 3v8.net
Mon Nov 3 10:49:30 CET 2008
> On Sunday 02 November 2008 07:59:14 Pietro "m0nt0" Montorfano wrote:
>> Leonti Bielski ha scritto:
>> > Hello!
>> > I've just seen this screenshot on scap.linuxtogo.org:
>> > http://scap.linuxtogo.org/files/a4100c3bb6a5f2c7d9789da03fc2caa3.png How does it
work? Is speed acceptable or not?
>> > Thanks.
>> > Leonti
>> No speed is not acceptable, is fun to show your FR to your linux friend saying "hey
i've got kde4 on my phone!!" but if they ask you to open the menu or to start
something, the magic is gone.
>> It tooks about 6-7 mins to start kde and don't try to do anything at all if you don't
want to wait for a long long time :D
> Those times are greatly exaggerated, or you've done something seriously wrong. Even on
my 'old' neo1973 it took less than a minute to fully start plasma, and while slow, I
think for many things the speed was quite acceptable on a neo freerunner. Running a
full kde session (with kwin as window manager) doesn't make any sense anyway on such
small screens, as kwin was never designed for something like that, but just running
kde applications works quite well.
Plasma would be great on the FR IMHO, and I wanted to experiment with that, but
unfortunately qt4 doesn't yet build using openembedded.
I also am unable to do a succesful build of FSO since upgrading to ubuntu 8.10. gcc-4.3
is unable to build OE's gcc-native, and after switching to gcc-4.2 I cannot get past
compiling qemu-native. using ubuntu-provided qemu instead results in a crash. sigh. Very
demotivating. Hope this will be fixed soon.
Anyone else experiencing this in Ubuntu 8.10?
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