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  1. #1
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    Series 60 Emulator doesn't show anything

    Hi,

    I'm a total newbie to Symbian programming and I'm trying to make my first steps.

    After having several troubles to compile helloworld I now reached the stage where the emulator should come into play.

    The "Getting started" PDF shows a picture of the emulator, displaying several folders (in the emul.) including "Other", where my app should reside.

    However, when I start the emulator, the display come's up, showing nothing else than a big
    "Series 60" at the bottom of the emulator-screen and eats up all my CPU.

    Anyone any idea what I did wrong ?

    Benno

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    OK, looks like I was too impatient.

    The Emulator comes up after some minute and half,
    but the only thing it says is
    "Program closed: StarterServer !!!"

    When I press OK to that, then the only thing that remains in the emulator display is the antenna-symbol.

    Which is not really helpful.

    (After this the epoc32 does not consume CPU-time so I do not expect anything more to come)

    Benno

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    You have S60 SDK v1.2 with a non-default installation directory, right? Then have a look at this: http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/fo...threadid=25166

    Lauri

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    Hey, great !

    Thanks a lot, it works !!

    Helloworld now really says: Hello

    And the emulator comes up much faster too.

    Any idea, In which file can I find the quoted
    "2. Known defects" ?

    I'd like to read that, before posting any next
    stupid question.

    (I found Java-Programming for S60 easier, even if I had some fights with different SDK-Problems there too - but these I could solve myself).

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    It's the ReleaseNotes.txt in the SDK zip archive.

    Lauri

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    Oooops! Should have read that. Usually I do read READMEs, but obviuously I missed that one.

    Thanks again, Lauri

    Benno

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