This is a page to help developers get up and running for KDE development on Meego.
use Xephyr if you have an Intel graphics card, else use Qemu:
how to use QtCreator to build meego software
There are three ways to get a full MeeGo GUI running:
To build stuff you can either use one of the above three options, or as a fourth (and probably) easier option, you can use qt-creator with madde and its Meego plugin. A problem with this is that there apparently is something wrong if you try to use libmeegotouch.
If you don't have an Intel graphics card you need to use this method.
<path/to/chroot/target> ==Using a real device== == Dynamic Languages == This is based off an article on [http://techbase.kde.org/Meego_development_with_KDE| The Irish Pengiun], I've put together the following how-to to get Qt Ruby working on Meego. Note, to aid in rapid development, we'll be using the netbook edition. === VirtualBox === First, get VirtualBox OSE installed on your system. Once that is installed, download the Meego 1.0 Netbook image. == KDE on MeeGo Community OBS == We use the MeeGo community build service (https://build.pub.meego.com/) for KDE packaging. Since it does not support team repositories yet, we use Mek's personal repository as the official KDE repository for now. https://build.pub.meego.com/project/show?project=home%3Amkruisselbrink%3Akde === How to get an account === * get an account on meego.com (you probably have one already if you were at the MeeGo conference, it's the same as the conference account) * ask a guy named 'lbt' on '#meego' on Freenode to activate your account for the community OBS. Tell him your meego.com user name for that. * ask a member of the KDE MeeGo OBS project to add you to the project (e.g. Mek, Artur, Marco, Volker, full list available at the above link)