The 0.16.2-2 package unpacked and installed somewhere on the system but not in 
the launch bar.  I just have to go into the terminal and type "tn5250" to get 
it going for the time being.  
----- Original Message -----
From: "Carey Evans" <carey.evans@xxxxxxxxx>
To: linux5250@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [LINUX5250] Installing TN5250 under Xandros 4.o Professional
Date: Sat, 28 Oct 2006 00:25:57 +1300

Fred Horvat wrote:
My guess is that the Verision 4.0 of Xandros is using a newer 
version of libssl that itr doesn't like.  I have not tried 
compiling the source.  If it's just a matter of doing a "make" 
then I'll give it a go otherwise I may just pass on it.  
Currently I have TN5250J running from a script file but not 
through the browser yet.  I'd like to use TN5250 as it has a 
smaller footprint.

I don't know whether Xandros 4 is based on Debian sarge or etch, but you
should be able to use one of the official Debian packages from instead of the backported version on
Sourceforge, or see below.

One side note is that in Version 4.0 of Xandros TN5250 is no 
longer listed as an app to install via CD or Xandros Networks 
(Xandros online Apps directory).

You may have to add the "Debian unsupported" application source to get
it.  Look for any web pages about installing Gnome applications on
Xandros 4.

Carey Evans

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