Best thing to run on Freerunner and Neo1973 machines today?
blumph at gmail.com
Thu Feb 19 13:17:32 CET 2009
Can you detail further how you got this GPS position thing working?
What client/server did you use?
On Thu, Feb 19, 2009 at 6:52 AM, Daniel Benoy <daniel at benoy.name> wrote:
> I'm having lots of fun with Debian. I put an 8GB card in my freerunner, and put Debian, zhone, and illume on it. (Illume is a fairly recent development, and it still doesn't work quite right. Here's how you install it if you're interested: http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Debian#Illume)
> Some spiffy projects once you get your OS going:
> - Bluetooth headsets
> - GPRS internet access
> - GPS (I made a page on my Blog that plots my position when the phone is online. It involved setting up dynamic DNS using bind on my personal server. Fun stuff!)
> - Maybe some games like ScummVM
> I'm also interested trying to set up some VoIP stuff but I've yet to find any really suitable software.
> On Wednesday 18 February 2009 06:33:56 you wrote:
>> Hiya gang,
>> After a few months of ignoring the OpenMoko scene while I concentrated
>> on other things (beagleboard/openpandora) I find myself looking at my
>> neo1973 and freerunner gear, and thinking "its time to do something
>> interesting with these devices again". But I have no idea what is
>> going on with the FR these days ..
>> So, I turn to you guys: what would you recommend I put on both/either
>> of these machines for a bit of fun today? FDOM, SHR, something else?
>> In terms of easy-to-get fun factor, what do you guys suggest?
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