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GNOME VFS pjb method 0.2 [03.05.03]

The latest CVS version of the pjbsdk, this can now be used to copy node off of the device, rename and delete nodes. Work is continuing on writing to the device, this will also mean changes to the pjbsdk before it can be completed.

GNOME VFS pjb method update [06.10.02]

Start of proper coding of the vfs method (see CVS).

Updated RH8.0 Documentation [20.11.02]

Improved documentation for the RH8.0 platform.

GNOME2 version prototyped [01.07.02]

Initial prototype of the GNOME2 version of the pjbmanager

New development version [06.05.02]

Start of new development version of the pjbmanager, see news section for details

pjbvfs prototype [14.04.02]

Work has now started on a GNOME VFS pjb module (see screenshots section)

pjbsdk 3.1.4 RPMs [09.03.02]

pjbsdk 3.1.4 RPMs now available for download.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Copyright © 2002 by Mark humphreys

What license is this software released under?

The actual pjbmanager itself is GPLed, some of the required libraries are release under the LGPL

What version of the openpjb sdk do I need?

The current version of the openpjb sdk required by the pjbmanager is 3.1.1.

The source RPM does not compile, what has gone wrong?

In order to build from either the source RPM or the tarball, you will first need to download and build the openpjb sdk. Make sure that once it has been built, the include files and the libraries are copied to somewhere that the compiler can find them when the pjbmanager is built.

What GNOME (or other) dependancies does the pjbmanager have?

It is built against GNOME 1.4.0 (with updates), and required that the libxml2 and libxslt are both installed. If you what to build from the source, you will also need the development packages to be installed. Currently it is built against libxml2-2.4.11-1 and libxslt-1.0.9-1.

How do I join in the fun of development?

Hey, the more the merrier! This project is maintained in the SourceForge (gawd bless'em), so you can either create a SourceForge membership and request to join the project, or download the source from CVS (or the tarball/source packages) and submit patches / requests to the team.

I cannot build the kernel module, what am I doing wrong?

Although this is not really the right place to ask (you should be asking the openpjb sdk team), the usual problem is not having the correct source for the kernel you are building against. Make sure that the kernel include files are from the actually kernel version you are building against.The steps to correctly compile the kernel module are detailed in the Getting Started section of the documentation.

I have built the module, but still cannot see the pjb100 device, what am I doing wrong?

The steps to correctly install the kernel module are given in the Getting Started section of the documentation.

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