[maemo-users] Newbie Windows/Python Question

From: Michael Conklin michael.conklin131 at gmail.com
Date: Fri Feb 8 04:52:41 EET 2008
The piece I have no idea how to do is:

   1. Install some python dependencies from the root terminal:
   *apt-get install python2.5 python2.5-gtk2 python2.5-hildon

This means nothing to me but it is clearly the critical step. Can anyone
give step by step instructions on how to get to the "root terminal" and then
install these dependencies?  I know it must be frustrating that I lack such
basic knowledge so I really would appreciate any pointers.

Thanks again,

Michael Conklin

On Feb 7, 2008 12:12 PM, Ove Nordstrom <ove at ojn.se> wrote:

>  Hi,
> Have a look on this:
> http://blog.locationist.net/2008/01/18/gpe-calendar-erminig-google-calendar-installation/
> Regards,
> Ove
>  ------------------------------
> *From:* maemo-users-bounces at maemo.org [mailto:
> maemo-users-bounces at maemo.org] *On Behalf Of *Michael Conklin
> *Sent:* den 7 februari 2008 18:13
> *To:* maemo-users at maemo.org
> *Subject:* Newbie Windows/Python Question
> I just got a N800 and would really like to install an app that syncs the
> GPE calendar with my Gmail calendar. Unfortunately, this application depends
> on Pymaemo 2.5 being installed and the installation instructions for that
> are completely undecipherable for someone who has never used Unix/Linux.  Is
> it possible to point me to some Windows specific instructions.  I am
> competent in the Windows environment, command line usage, and even fortran
> programming (not that it matters in this case - it's just that it doesn't
> have to be point and click instructions).
> Thanks in advance,
> Michael Conklin
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