[maemo-users] Sdict says "not a valid sdict dictionary"

From: Luciano M. Wolf lucianomw at gmail.com
Date: Mon Apr 30 17:38:00 EEST 2007
Hi Peter,

Looks like N800 has some problem to download this large file (about
16Mb). If you download to your desktop and then copy this file to the
MMC everything goes fine.


On 4/29/07, Peter Bart <peter at petertheplumber.net> wrote:
> Hello Everyone,
>         Sdictionary is giving me the error "not a valid sdict dictionary" when
> I try to add a downloaded dictionary. The dictionaries are several
> english to english ones from <http://sdict.com/en/>. I did not change
> the names of the downloaded dictionaries, they are for ex
> MWcollegiate.dct. I thought it might be because I had buried them on the
> external memory card so I moved them around but no luck. I have a Nokia
> 800 with ITOS 2007 v 3.2007.10-7. I have python2.5-runtime v 0.4-9 and
> sdictviewer v 0.4.0 installed. I made sure I downloaded
> http://downloads.sourceforge.net/sdictviewer/sdictviewer-0.4.0-py2.5.deb
> from <http://sdictviewer.sourceforge.net/> and not the version for
> Python 2.4. I must be missing something obvious??
> Regards,
> --
> Peter Bart <peter at petertheplumber.net>
> http://petertheplumber.net
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