[Lazarus] grid documentation (TStringGrid)
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Thu Mar 13 15:03:57 CET 2008
I've not tried installing lazarus on the default xandros asus operating
system, but I installed ubuntu 7.10 onto it, and that runs lazarus fine.
Slight downside is that ubuntu isn't optimised as much as the asus xandros is
and so it is quite a bit slower to start up.
I think there is a project for a customisation of ubuntu called eeebuntu
On Sunday 09 March 2008 11:52:12 Thierry Coq wrote:
> Vincent Snijders a écrit :
> > Thierry Coq schreef:
> >> Hi all,
> >> I've just bought a new eeePC and I've trying to install FPC and Lazarus
> >> on it. No success up to now.
> >> I've tried installing libglib1.2, etc. but I still get a segmentation
> >> fault on FPC, can't even do a "make clean". I've tried both FPC 184.108.40.206
> >> and 2.2.0-1 but no success.
> >> Has anyone seen a clear installation procedure on eeePC anywhere?
> > Did you read:
> > http://www.lazarus.freepascal.org/index.php?name=PNphpBB2&file=viewtopic&
> Of course, that's where I got the libglib ideas, and also the ideas on
> how to get more packages in the debian list, than what is provided by
> Asus as a standard. You'll note it's about installing Lazarus
> applications. I'm trying to install the full environment.
> I believe the distrib used by Asus is a Xandros, but I'm trying to
> change it as little as possible, for the time being.
> > Vincent
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> In any case, thank you for your help,
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