Osmo (PIM)

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Re: Osmo (PIM)

Post by toothandnail » 3. Sep 2010, 13:54

I've uploaded Osmo and a couple of deps. Testing is welcome:

http://people.salixos.org/toothandnail/ ... 86-1pm.txz

It requires libgtkhtml and libgringotts:

http://people.salixos.org/toothandnail/ ... i486-1.txz
http://people.salixos.org/toothandnail/ ... 86-1pm.txz

There are also 64-bit builds - look under http://people.salixos.org/toothandnail/x64/

Paul.

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Re: Osmo (PIM)

Post by zAchAry » 3. Sep 2010, 14:28

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osmo: error while loading shared libraries: libical.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
libical (iCAL protocol implementation)

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# slapt-get -i libical
libtar (tar file manipulation API) - libtar is not required to get Osmo to start

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# slapt-get -i libtar
edit: It is working, thank you so much!
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Re: Osmo (PIM)

Post by toothandnail » 3. Sep 2010, 19:46

Sorry about that - should have suggested you download the .dep file. I only listed the deps that aren't already in the repos.

Glad its working for you.

Paul.

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Re: Osmo (PIM)

Post by zAchAry » 10. Oct 2010, 13:30

When will that be in the SalixOS repository?
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Re: Osmo (PIM)

Post by caitlyn » 19. Oct 2010, 23:28

zAchAry wrote:When will that be in the SalixOS repository?
Same question here. It's an excellent package and I would like to see it more generally and easily available.

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Re: Osmo (PIM)

Post by toothandnail » 20. Oct 2010, 00:02

My fault. First I upgraded my laptop hard drive, took a while to get things shifted to the new drive. Second, I've been flat out at work (i'm currently fighting to get e-box (or whatever its new name is) working with two WAN connections), and having problems with Vector repo maintenance (hopefully now solved). Ended up with no time to fix a few glitches in the build scripts - the worst one being makng sure the download links work. I always have trouble with Sourceforge links...

I was also hoping to get the libsyncml support working, but its proving to be a bear to get a working build of libsynml.

Hopefully have a bt more time next week or the week after. I've also got an update to Medit that needs to go up - fixes the 'select all' from the menu bug.

Paul.

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Re: Osmo (PIM)

Post by Outlaw » 4. Aug 2011, 08:49

Old thread but I tried installing osmo via repositories .. not found, still not available ..

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Re: Osmo (PIM)

Post by laprjns » 4. Aug 2011, 10:37

Try slapt-src.

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root[rich]# slapt-src --se osmo
osmo:0.2.10 - Osmo (Handy Personal Organizer)
root[rich]# slapt-src -i osmo
The following packages will be installed:
 osmo 
Do you want to continue? [y/N] 
.
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Slackware package /usr/src/slapt-src/office/osmo/osmo-0.2.10-i486-1_SBo.txz created.

Installing package osmo-0.2.10-i486-1_SBo...
| Osmo (Handy Personal Organizer)
| 
| Osmo is a handy personal organizer which includes calendar, tasks
| manager and address book modules. It was designed to be a small,
| easy to use and good looking PIM tool to help to manage personal
| information.
| 
| Homepage: http://clayo.org/osmo/
| 
| 
| 
| 
| 

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