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Usefull Hints for those who dare installing KSiemens in this early stage ======================================================================== First of all, this software is provided as is and bla, well you know the usual disclaimer. If you use KSiemens, it may wreck your phone, download logo data into memory areas where it shouldn't, spam your friends with SMS and so on. Now, for the real information. 0. Prerequisites ---------------- I'm a little unsure what you might need, but if you want to compile and install ksiemens, you should have at least installed the following: - qt-2.2.3 or newer - KDE 2, maybe even KDE 2.1, I've done all development under KDE 2 most recent CVS versions and I'm not sure if I used KDE-2.1-Only features - libtool - of course, gcc/g++. I'm using gcc-2.95.2 installed from SuSE 7.x 1. Configuring, Compiling and Installing ---------------------------------------- As this project is being done with KDevelop, the configuration process should be as easy as # tar xzf ksiemens-<version>.tar.gz # cd ksiemens-<version> # ./configure # make # make install Remember that you should have valid settings for QTDIR and KDEDIR environment variables. After "make install", you can run KSiemens with "$KDEDIR/bin/ksiemens". 2. Installing the RPM --------------------- Maybe I better had not uploaded the binary rpm, as all the binaries are, of course, dynamically linked against libraries that are found on my development machine. So it don't think the RPM is of much use for you. However you may want to try. The rpm installs under /opt/kde2.1, but it is relocateable. 3. Using KSiemens ----------------- Once you got KSiemens running, you'll see its simple user interface. Choose "Settings->Preferences" from the menubar and make your setting. You must supply a full path to the TTY your phone is connected to. If you want to use IrDA, you must have set up the TTY emulation properly. If you're using a cable, play around with the Bitrate settings a bit, 9600 bit/s may not work, 19200 bit/s worked for me on my S35. After setting up KSiemens, click on "Connect". If this works, you can choose one of the other buttons. Hint: "Exit" does not work, use "File->Exit" from the menubar instead.
Source: README.ksiemens, updated 2001-02-27