Still not getting it...(was: New Topic: Learning how to write for OpenMoko)
radryan214 at gmail.com
Mon Feb 12 16:52:09 CET 2007
You didn't have to call me a noob....jk (im not a fan of nerd speak).
Thanks so much, that is really what I was looking for. By running
Linux, I will be prepared when someone releases an OpenMoko
programming suite, right?
On Feb 12, 2007, at 9:36 AM, Michael Dickens wrote:
>> I have both a PPC and an Intel-Mac, Do I just download the Linux
>> VMWare? It doesn't seem to have support for Os X.
> You download a VMWare beta "fusion" for Intel-Mac:
> < http://www.vmware.com/products/beta/fusion/ >
> Then you download an Ubuntu ISO or a VMWare Ubuntu application:
> < http://www.ubuntu.com/products/GetUbuntu/download?
> action=show&redirect=download >
> < http://www.vmware.com/vmtn/appliances/directory/ > then search
> for ubuntu .
>> What is OE/BB?
> OpenEmbedded / BitBake; while they don't go together necessarily,
> they seem to in this case.
>> Are you saying i need to program in a Linux environment?
> No. What I'm saying is that you can get up to speed much more
> quickly and reliably in a VM running Ubuntu Linux than you can
> under OSX.
> Since it sounds like you're a noob to most programming, you might
> as well get going with Linux.
> Hope this helps! - MLD
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