Keyboard configuration Angstrom-JAMES proyect

Hi , I just installed the JAMES in my Beagleboard: http://elinux.org/BeagleBoard/James#.
I use the prebuild images recomended in the web page

Everything is ok but I have two questions :

1)How do I configure my physical keyboard? . It works fine but the
keywords are misplaced.
2) Midori doesnt work . Anyone with the same problem ? . Has someone
fixed this ?

Thanks in advance.

Oscar

Hi Beaglefan.

I don't understand your remark on keywords being misplaced.

Anyway, the keyboard config is std linux stuff. I did not touch it at
all (actually I only used synergy to feed text to the board).

Wrt midori: please be more specific what your problem is. For me it
does work but then again I have a board with 256MB ram.
You could try adding external swap space to see if that helps.

Best regards, Frans (author of James)

Thanks for your answer ,just to clarify:

first question.
I am using a keyboard conected directly to the beagleboard (OTG). I am
new to the angstrom and the beagleboard so I dont know if I will
requiere a special .map file or something like that to configure my
keyword (it is in spanish) .

PD. I followed your advice an now I am using synergy without problems.
But the curiosity remains :slight_smile:

Second question
When I type midori http://127.0.0.1 in the beagle it returns :
"midori: error while loading shared libraries : libcudata.so.36:
cannot open shared object file : No such file or directory"

Thanks i

Hi !

Is your beagleboard configured as host USB or peripheral ?
Are you using HUB USB with alimentation to not let beagleboard give
power ? If u use the HUB with led lights you'll see if the beagle
board is a usb host.
Did you open a serial console to check usb device detection with
'dmesg' cmd ?
If you use Xorg, did you check xorg.conf and log file ?

Regards,
Selso.

Thanks for your answer ,just to clarify:

first question.
I am using a keyboard conected directly to the beagleboard (OTG). I am
new to the angstrom and the beagleboard so I dont know if I will
requiere a special .map file or something like that to configure my
keyword (it is in spanish) .

I've no experience with this. Guess it is done the same way as in
other linux system.
I googled a littl bit and found:
http://www.shallowsky.com/linux/keymap.html

and for X:
http://tldp.org/HOWTO/Keyboard-and-Console-HOWTO-13.html

I hope that'll get you started (and if you find the proper solution
feel free to add a section to the James wiki page. After all it is a
wiki!

PD. I followed your advice an now I am using synergy without problems.
But the curiosity remains :slight_smile:

Second question
When I type midorihttp://127.0.0.1in the beagle it returns :
"midori: error while loading shared libraries : libcudata.so.36:
cannot open shared object file : No such file or directory"

This one is very very odd.
When I do the same, I get:
root@beagleboard:/# DISPLAY=:0.0 midori http://127.0.0.1
midori: /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6: no version information available
(required by /usr/lib/libwebkit-1.0.so.1)
midori: /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6: no version information available
(required by /usr/lib/libwebkit-1.0.so.1)

I did a find on my beagle board and there is no lib called libcudata .
actually the only thing that I have starting with libcu is libcurl4

I have also downloaded midori from the feed.
(opkg remove midori; opkg install midori).
The odd thing is that it also loads libhildon-1-0. Not sure why it
finds that there is a dependency.
Then again this version also works withou any problem.

Next I googled for libcudata. Only one hit which is a spanish page:
http://logs.ubuntu-eu.org/free/2008/06/08/%23ubuntu-es.html
(but I don't know spanish).

Out of ideas. Maybe someone else has.

Best regards, Frans

btw it is quite easy to see what dynamic libs are used by a program.

Just do
  opkg install ldd
followed by
  ldd -v /usr/bin/midori

Frans