[MeeGo-dev] how to start developing on MeeGo?
dengyi.wang at windriver.com
Fri Apr 16 10:33:40 CDT 2010
Personally, I prefer Fedora 12. I believe it's more close to MeeGo's
image. (RPM based). Any comments?
On 04/16/2010 10:40 AM, Kai Ouyang wrote:
> Thank you very much!
> Another question: which os should i choose? Fedora Core 12 (according
> or Ubuntu 9.10?
> 2010/4/16 Dengyi Wang <dengyi.wang at windriver.com
> <mailto:dengyi.wang at windriver.com>>
> Hi Quyang,
> You may try this to start.
> 1) download the MeeGo image from repo.meego.com
> <http://repo.meego.com/> (Netbook image is suggested )
> 2) Install "MeeGo Image creator" tools, following this link:
> 3) Use mic-chroot + the image you just downloaded to enter the
> chroot jail
> 4) You may need to install some extra packages for development.
> Something like "yum install qtcreator". This is run under the
> chroot jail
> 5) Now, you're under MeeGo environment, you can start your
> application development.
> 1) This works for x86 processor only, (not for Arm).
> 2) You must be very careful to use mic-chroot. Read the warning
> info it gives when it's run.
> 3) google "moblin chroot development", you will find more info
> about this way.
> Dengyi Wang
> Best Regards
> Steve Ouyang
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