Nano on Openmoko
james.olney at gmail.com
Tue Apr 15 00:52:21 CEST 2008
Hey, it may be in the repo's, but good job anyway, i always use nano.
On 14/04/2008, Kevin Dean <kevin at foreverdean.info> wrote:
> Nano is available in the repositories included with recent images.
> To install it, one simply needs to do "opkg install nano
> -force-overwrite" on an internet connected Neo. I'm assuming that QEMU
> would do the same.
> On Mon, Apr 14, 2008 at 5:50 PM, Brandon Kruger <bmk789 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > After playing with my qemu VM of Openmoko for a while, I decided to play with
> > cross compiling some programs (mostly my ~20 line beginners C programs).
> > After noticing vi was the only text editor included, I figured another option
> > might be useful. So I played with the nano source and the arm gcc
> > cross-compiler (I like to call omgcc) and finally got nano running on the
> > OM! I don't know how most of it will work since Ctrl doesn't seem to work in
> > the VM (any thoughts on this?) Anyway, here's a link to the nano binary for
> > you to run on your VM/Neo/Freerunner. Enjoy
> > http://onedollarlinux.com/misc/openmoko/arm-angstrom-linux-nano.bz2
> > --
> > ----
> > Brandon Kruger <bmk789 at gmail.com>
> > http://onedollarlinux.com
> > BLOG - http://onedollarlinux.com/personal/
> > Please avoid sending me Word or PowerPoint attachments.
> > See http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/no-word-attachments.html
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