Monday, June 30, 2008

switching to blogger

I guess after leaving the university it makes sense to not use the university's servers anymore for blogging.

So consider this blog here to be the continuation of
http://wearables.unisa.edu.au/mpx/

4 comments:

Carlos Martins said...

Just to drop a line to welcome you to your new blog, and I'll keep following your multi input stuff (and whatever other interesting projects you may come up with :)

Andrew said...

Good luck on this blog... I wonder if there is a way to archive all of your posts from wearables to here? That would certainly help in the future.

Peter Hutterer said...

andrew:
no idea to be honest. the old one was drupal, so if you know a way to extract the posts and import them here, please tell me.

xhhuango said...

Hi Peter,

MPX is really a interesting thing for me, and actually I'm trying to build MPX on my ubuntu. However, I can't find a lot of information of installation MPX. According to the instruction of installation MPX on your MPX website, the way you recommanded to install MPX is to upgrade my xserver. I followed each step on "http://wiki.x.org/wiki/ModularDevelopersGuide". While I was doing the command,
"PATH=/tmp/modular/bin:$PATH ./util/modular/build.sh /tmp/modular",
I got an error and then build.sh stoped. The error message was
"Checking for GL... configure: error: Package requirements (glproto >= 1.4.9 gl>= 7.1.0) were not met: No package 'gl' found"
I'm sure that I've installed package x11proto-gl-dev as glproto's package. However, I can't gl package. I don't know which package I need to install. Sorry for bothering you. I think this is a stupid question because nobody discuss this issue on the Internet so that is not a problem for them. Hopefully you can help me please. Here is my email address: shhuango@hotmail.com.
Thanks for reading this.