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git clone http://git.gitorious.org/meego-ux/meego-
git clone http://git.gitorious.org/meego-ux/meego--.git
This tutorial will take the developer through the process of building from source the meego-ux-components package in a chroot development environment on Linux.
This tutorial is based on the MeeGo SDK 1.2 Preview (with Tablet) release.
This tutorial was created with a specific Tablet Build (04-01-2011) and has specific instructions related to that build. Specifically, a git checkout of a tag is required.
Step 1. Get the latest source of the meego-ux-components
cd ~/meego.gitorious git clone http://git.gitorious.org/meego-ux/meego-ux-components.git
Step 2. Download the 4/1 version of the QEMU image:
Step 3. Un-tar to get the .raw image
Step 4. Make a fs copy of the image:
sudo mic-chroot -s ./chroot0405 -v Downloads/meego-tablet-ia32-qemu-18.104.22.168.20110405.3.img <exit the chroot>
Step 5. mount --bind your source directory to a directory in the fs chroot
sudo mount -B /home/dlawlor/meego.gitorious/meego-ux-components meego-ux-components
Step 5. start the chroot
sudo mic-chroot ./chroot0401
Step 6. Before building the sources, you need to git checkout a version that will work with the 4/1 tablet image:
git checkout 0.2.1
Step 7. startmeego to get all the MeeGO services started:
startmeego & ## Note - it will be helpful to edit the script /usr/bin/startmeego-debug-tablet ## Change: Xephyr $DISP -screen 1024x600 ## To: Xephyr $DISP -screen 1280x800
Step 8. Start Qt Creator (in the mic-chroot terminal)
Step 9: Install packages needed to build meego-ux-components
zypper in libXdamage-devel zypper in libXcomposite-devel zypper in libX11-devel zypper in kcalcore-devel zypper in qt-mobility-devel zypper in libqtopengl-devel zypper in libcontentaction-devel zypper in contextkit-devel zypper in mlite zypper in libexif-devel
Step 10. Build and Install
# In Qt Creator: Build->Build All # from the chroot terminal (Until install / deploy step in Qt Creator is tested) cd ../meego-ux-components-build-desktop #If shadow build was checked make install
Step 11. Run meego-ux-widgetgallery in a separate window
Step 12. Run meego-ux-widgetgallery in the Xephyr startmeego window
export DISPLAY=:2 qmlviewer /usr/share/meego-ux-widgetgallery/main.qml Step 13. Run meego-ux-widgetgallery directly from the MeeGo environment # in the Xephyr Window, hit the Home (Windows) key # Choose the App Viewer # Click on Terminal # run this command in the terminal window: qmlviewer /usr/share/meego-ux-widgetgallery/main.qml
Step 14. You can also copy an existing .desktop file and change the exec statement to meego-ux-widgetgallery if you want to click on an icon to start it.