light weight desktop
kevyn.alexandre.pare at gmail.com
Wed Feb 10 15:10:41 EST 2010
1. Does anyone know how to compile any open source PDF reader utility on
google search for : evince mips qtopia pdf... you will find debian packages
for mips. Need to see if it is compatible with xburst stuff... just starting
to read about this nice project.
2. Does anyone know if I ran gtk 2.10 on xburast with ePDFviewer then does
it work nicely?
3. What is tinyX? I read it in detail but not sure whether I can run any PDF
viewer in tinyX environment?
KDrive (Tiny X, TinyX) is an X server written by Keith Packard that was
designed for low memory environments. == "User interface"
again google : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X_Window_System
On Mon, Jan 11, 2010 at 1:19 AM, Tejas Vaghela <tvaghela at slscorp.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> From last so many days I am looking on the net for running light weight GUI
> on xBurst processor. I successfully ported QTOPIA 1.6.5 on xBurst and
> running nicely. But I need to run PDF viewer in to xBurst. On “qtopia 1.6.5
> ” it doesn’t support it. I am wondering but at the same time I am not able
> to find the answer.
> Also I saw a couple of site like “ePDFviewer” and "zathura” are pdf viewer
> but it require gtk supports. I am not sure how xBurst will support for GTK?
> Means it will slow down the performance or what?
> So I have couple of question?
> 1. Does anyone know how to compile any open source PDF reader utility
> on “qtopia 1.6.5”?
> 2. Does anyone know if I ran gtk 2.10 on xburast with ePDFviewer then
> does it work nicely?
> 3. What is tinyX? I read it in detail but not sure whether I can run
> any PDF viewer in tinyX environment?
> Any of above question’s answer will help me to move forward in my project
> as I am really stuck up and due to that I am getting delayed in project. So
> please help me out soon….
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