kvkbd 0.4.7

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kvkbd 0.4.7

Post#1 by sardan » 02 Mar 2013, 19:26

Hey All!

I have downloaded this file, thus I'd like to use Porteus without keyboard, until I get one for my second PC. :D
So, my question is, if it is a .pisi file, I've got it from KDE-apps.org, how do I convert it into an xzm module?

It would be cool to see it in work.
Your help is really welcome. :)

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Re: kvkbd 0.4.7

Post#2 by brokenman » 03 Mar 2013, 02:18

If you provide a link to the file i can check it out. Being a KDE app though it may take some work to have it function in 32bit Porteus which does not run kde.
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Re: kvkbd 0.4.7

Post#3 by sardan » 03 Mar 2013, 08:59

Hey brokenman.

So, it doesn't run KDE. Meanwhile, I made more searh around the site and the internet. Porteus actually can convert .deb files into .xzm! :fool: I should get a debian version of this file to make it function. I'll put my hands on that asap and get back with the results.

I appreciate your help man. I came with some foolishness in the first place. Sorry about that.

Now, let's get to work.

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Re: kvkbd 0.4.7

Post#4 by brokenman » 03 Mar 2013, 15:50

No problem. I'm sure if you install Wread's KDE4 for 32bit Porteus Click here then this converted debian module should function fine.
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