I have a dynamic address, I try to install ddclient (from aur)
but I havent positive result ...
is there any other package to update address for dynamic-DNS ?
on ppc of course
someone can help me to build gplflash on archppc ?
I have problem to dependencies:
Dependencies: libjpeg, zlib, madlib and a X-server (and their
when I try to configure sond in kde I have:
Sound server informational message:
Error while initializing the sound driver:
device: default can't be opened for playback (No such file or directory)
but if I run:
I view and hear sound OK
I have load all modules:
dmesg | grep snd
usbcore: registered new interface driver snd-usb-audio
snd-powermac no longer handles any machines with a layout-id property in the
device-tree, use snd-aoa.
snd-aoa-fabric-layout: found bus with layout 58
snd-aoa-fabric-layout: Using direct GPIOs
snd-aoa-fabric-layout: can use this codec
I just wanted to share my successes with installing Archlinux PPC. I was
able to use the current installer just fine. Xorg works great. I will be
able to test next week (my machine is at work). So far everything works
Also, if you guys needed more help. I am sure I could build packages and
test or whatever. I am relatively new to linux. But I know hoe to build
packages and how to test.
Thanks and keep up the good work!
to read file .chm in archlinux ppc I have:
install package: chmlib
build from aur kchmviewer
but when I open a book I have error:
An error occurred while loading
Could not start process Unable to create io-slave:
klauncher said: Error loading 'kio_msits'.
can you help me ?
I've built some currently unported x86 [extra] packages to ppc.
(openbox, gtkpod, and sonata so far) They seem to work well on my ibook
:) I've attached them to this mail, and would be interested in
I'm also interested in any other unported x86 packages from [current] or
[extra] that aren't i686/x86_64 specific. Is there a list anywhere? If
not, I could probably write a quick script to make one. I'm also willing
to help with any other aspect of the archppc project. I love arch and
half my computers are ppc so... :)
I've started porting some community packages as I use them aswell, and
one for some extra pmac-utils from Debian that I find useful. (I hate
trackpad tapping, heh) These are in my personal repo at
http://www.fallendusk.org/repo/kanoppc/ (link to pkgbuild's are on that