Compile TiLP from source
What is tilp?
TiLP is a program that allows you to connect a TI-graphing calculator to your computer. To use TiLP you need some sort of cable between the computer and the calculator. For information about obtaining such a cable check out:
Install using apt:
If you run breezy badger you can do:
sudo aptitude install tilp
However this pre-compiled version of tilp did not work for me, instead I got lots of errors similair to:
(tilp:23563): libglade-WARNING **: could not find signal handler 'on_get_idlist1 _activate'. (tilp:23563): libglade-WARNING **: could not find signal handler 'on_treev
Compiling from source:
To fix this problem(which makes TiLP unusable) I decided to compile from source. This page describes how this can be done, in case other people run in to the same problem as I did!
First I removed the apt-version of tilp by typing:
sudo aptitude remove tilp
Now I downloaded the latest(stable) source-version of tilp, openbox and obconf from:
Next step was to:
sudo aptitude install libtifiles0-dev libstartup-notification0-dev libticalcs4-dev libgtk2.0-dev
Now I opened a terminal and did:
tar -zxvf <openbox filename> cd <openbox directory> ./configure make sudo make install cd .. tar -zxvf <obconf filename> cd <obconf directory> ./configure make sudo make install finally I unpacked the latest stable tilp-version and did tar -zxvf <tilp filename> cd <tilp directory> ./configure make sudo make install
and now I can start tilp from a console by typing: tilp
For this to work you will need a working compiling-environment installed.