This is the main download page:
The following detailed instructions point at the same installers listed there.
On a Linux PC/laptop/netbook
You need gpsd installed and a Java virtual machine in your system. You can get it with something like:
sudo apt-get install sun-java6-jre sudo apt-get install gpsd
Then download this file to your computer:
and install it with:
sudo dpkg -i ugvsigmobile_0.1.5_all.deb
That will create a shortcut under “Applications – Education” or similar. You can also start it by typing:
On Freerunner (Linux/Openmoko)
You need to point at the Jalimo repositories:
echo "src/gz jalimo \ http://jalimo.evolvis.org/repository/openmoko/all" \ > /etc/opkg/jalimo-feed-all.conf echo "src/gz jalimo-armv4t \ http://jalimo.evolvis.org/repository/openmoko/armv4t" \ > /etc/opkg/jalimo-feed-armv4t.conf
Download the ipk installer from:
Then the application & prerequisites can be easily installed with:
opkg install libswt3.4-gtk-java jamvm gpsd \ classpath-gtk classpath-common classpath \ ugvsigmobile_0.1.5_all.ipk
By default the install dir is:
You can edit the launcher file (gvsig*.sh) to point at a different JVM.
On Nokia N800/N810 (Linux/Maemo)
Add a package repository with these params:
URL: https://jalimo.evolvis.org/repository/maemo Dist: maemo4.0 Components: user
Then install the Jalimo SWT examples. The JamVM comes included in the application .deb file which can be downloaded from:
Simply double-click on it from Maemo’s file browser and the package manager will guide you through the installation.
On a Windows PC/laptop/netbook
Simply download and execute this installer:
If you wish to use the GPS features, you’ll need to install Gpsd in your Windows system:
You can uninstall the software in the natural way (apt-get/dpkg on Linux and via the uninstall icon on Windows). Then remove the folder /usr/share/gv-om on Linux or C:\Programs\gv-om on Windows.