fuse on openmoko

Al Johnson openmoko at mazikeen.demon.co.uk
Fri Mar 14 16:54:28 CET 2008

If only it were always that simple ;-) If the code has been written with 
platform independence in mind, or if you're lucky, then it'll just work as 
you suggest. This isn't always the case though - ask anyone using x86_64 in 
its early days! People can make all sorts of unwarranted assumptions about 
things being big or little endian, or the number of bytes in an integer.

Porting to Openmoko may also mean a GUI toolkit port, or simply making the GUI 
usable with a small touchscreen.

On Friday 14 March 2008, Ivo Anjo wrote:
> I might be misunderstanding stuff here, but there seem to be a lot of
> suggestions around OM* for SoC that are "port this from desktop linux
> to openmoko".
> As far as I know, there is no porting to do, if the Om has linux, to
> get something running isn't it just basically ./configure && make &&
> make install on the device or cross-compiler?
> Ivo
> * -- Now Om :)
> On Fri, Mar 14, 2008 at 2:39 PM, Christoph Witzany <mail at doublemalt.net> 
> > Is there a fuse port for open embedded?
> >  If not maybe it could be a viable Google SoC project (provided it's not
> >  too trivial) ...
> >
> >  regards
> >  Christoph

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