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|Downloading or unpacking an image gives errors.||Ensure that the MD5SUM matches:
$ md5sum <image file>
The images are large so you might try a download program that handles connection interrupts, such as wget:
$ wget --continue <link to file>
|Creating and testing a target with MADDE||
If you connect the internet by a proxy,you should use:
# sudo mad-admin fetch meego-core-ia32-madde-sysroot-1.1-fs.tar.bz2 -x http://<proxy_IP>:<proxy_port>
Note:You also can download the meego-core-ia32-madde-sysroot-1.1-fs.tar.bz2 from http://repo.meego.com/MeeGo/releases/1.1/core/images/meego-core-ia32-madde-sysroot/ ,then copy the file to /usr/lib/madde/linux-i686/cache/
# sudo mad-admin create meego-handset-ia32-1.1
Or you can do it like this:
# zypper addrepo -f http://repo.meego.com/MeeGo/sdk/host/repos/meego/1.1/meego-sdk.repo"
# export http_proxy="http://username:passwd@<proxy_IP>:<proxy_port>"
# mad-admin create -f <target>
|Launching QEMU displays an error.
Ubuntu 9.04, Intel graphics
Could not access KVM kernel module: No such file or directory failed to initialize KVM
|Your system must have VT support and have the KVM modules loaded. Check the QEMU enabling page for details.|
|Launching QEMU just shows a black window. No MeeGo UI appears||Unknown|
|Performance of MeeGo OS in QEMU is slow. Animations and screen changes is slow (3-5 seconds for each action)||Check that the host machine has enabled hardware graphic acceleration. Check the QEMU enabling page for details.|
|"error while loading shared libraries: libcurl-gnutls.so.4: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory" when trying to run on Ubuntu 10.04, even though the said library is definitely present in /usr/lib||Unknown|
|OS: Ubuntu 10.10 Cannot connect applications from Xephyr to Xserver on the host machine||Meego image loads up with root user. Add root in your xhost eg:"xhost +SI:localuser:root" list. Also verify that the value of DISPLAY variable is same in Xephyr and the host system, to do this run "$echo $DISPLAY"|