Im not too familiar with x so sorry if the names are a little off:
To query monitors we first try to use xinerama, then fallback to the x rates and resolutions query and then fallback to xf86 (although that may not be working 100%).
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.
I installed the mono packages from the netbook version (no mono packages for ivi or core)
here's the list of packages I had installed:
Not such a stupid question, I haven't figured it out yet....
I assumed the package manager used yum as it's backend. Well, that doesn't seem to be the case. So I have been updating things via the terminal using yum. To do so, I added daily.repo file to /etc/yum.repo.d/. It looks something like thus:
I have to admin.. I would MUCh rather see open mobile working on a linux platform than windows.. don't get me wrong, i'm a fan of windows for a desktop environment. But i want to be able to setup my carpc and then know.. as long as i don't make any config changes, it should "just work"™ from that point forward.
That being said.. am i missing something with the dev builds, or are text fields really not allowing me to input anything? at least under settings. and omlinplayer crashes on every startup (though since I added some music in the search dir for music, I see it indexing not crashing.. but still can't play any music it finds)
and finally.. though this probably doesn't exactly belong here.. where oh where can i get some better looking maps for navit?! ha ha
I'll do the bumbling, and i'll be the idiot.
if you've got a "stupid" question, search for some of mine!
Input anything using a keyboard or using the on screen keyboard? Yea the omlinplayer issues are due to recent changes with gstreamer breaking things-were working on it (hence the whole dev build not release ).