Lack of structured information

David Reyes Samblas Martinez david at
Wed Feb 25 08:55:27 CET 2009

Wow nelson, thaks a lot for the effort.
 Michael, Andy please don't missunderstand me , surely was a fault of
expression for  my part, I know FSO is doing an API to avoid the need
to access directly to the kernel and offer even more high level
control to Neo Hardware, I'm a great fan of FSO, but sometimes you are
in non FSO distro or don't want to deal with the full because you are
using only a dedicatec app with a light custom linux for exemple to
use the neo for embedded appliance.  And Andy I had not pretend  to
say there is no documentation I just say that maybe somethings has not
yet included in the existing one, and just searching for what nelson
has done, I already know this is temp and 2.6.28 kernel is on ative
development and things can change, but until an official/stable kernel
is released tho elaborate a definitive sysfs this is a great

2009/2/25 Nelson Castillo <nelsoneci at>:
> On Wed, Feb 25, 2009 at 9:10 AM, Michael 'Mickey' Lauer
> <mickey at> wrote:
>> More over, the idea of the FSO odeviced API is that you no longer need
>> to worry about sysfs paths anyways. If there's something you are
>> missing, toss us a mail to smartphones-standards at
> We just documented this fact here:
> Thanks :-)
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