Continuing his hacking spree, Thomas Perl this time managed to build Qt 4.3.1 in SBS and copy over the files to the Tizen Developer Device running Tizen 1.0 Larkspur. He notes that he only did a full cross-compile, so there might still be some work and porting to be done to make it fully usable.
The video below shows the Qt demo running on the Tizen Developer Device:
The video below shows samegame by Joel Murielle running on the Tizen Developer Device:
It seems like the Tizen folks have provided a special mode on the Tizen Developer Device to view the boot log and more importantly boot from an image from the built-in SD card slot.
Tizen Developer Device bootloader (Vol+, Vol- and Power to boot): http://flic.kr/p/bXUoPq http://flic.kr/p/bXUpdG #tizenconf via @stskeeps
To activate the menu, you have to hold down the Volume +, Volume -, and Power button to boot the the device, and then hold down the same three keys again to enter the User Mode. You then use the Volume buttons to scroll through the boot modes, and use the Power button to select.
I wonder how easy to boot a hacked Tizen image and what other OSes can run on this Developer Device?Link: thp4′s Flickr