Former author of LinuxICE, nghost, nobdy.
Current author of Automotive Message Broker (AMB).
Works on Tizen IVI. Does not represent anyone or anything but himself.
ok cool, I'll try that.
thanks for the tips!
ok, so I have successfully installed the OS (I chose debian) and I have installed all the dependencies. libnghost and nghost have compiled, and installed correctly as far as I can tell. nscan is running, however a call to nghost only yields the help screen as if I've typed nghost -h....
I didn't see anything in the nghost docs that says I need to do anything else to run it... any ideas/pointers? I seem to hit a dead end here... perhaps it's the long day...Code:minux:/usr/local/bin# nscan minux:/usr/local/bin# pgrep nscan 7640 minux:/usr/local/bin# nghost Unrecognized option: Usage: nghost [-heDm] [-d level] [l facility] [-o options_file] -h (--help) This message -D (--daemonize) Daemonize (no gui) -e (--no-desktop) Normal/non-Desktop Mode -d (--debuglevel) debug level: 0 - Errors only 1 - Warnings (default) 2 - Notices 3 - Info messages 4 - Debug messages 5 - Debug spam messages -l (--logfacility) Logging facility: stderr - log to error stream stdout - log to output stream syslog - log to syslog -o (--option_file) [options_file] -s (--speed) Speed/Memory usage: passive - Smallest memory footprint. progressive - (default) Conservative memory usage and progressive speed agressive - Fastest and the most memory usage. -m (--hidemouse) Hide the mouse cursor
The short version was "change char opt to int optc". Dunno if I still have the actual patches lying around. There was other minor stuff related to portability, but IIRC that was the only thing explicitly needed for PPC support.