My solution (was: Car Charger?)
Jon 'maddog' Hall
maddog at li.org
Tue Jan 13 15:34:35 CET 2009
The problem I had was that the FR has it's buttons and USB port
at the bottom and the holder comes designed to hold the mobile
at the bottom ;)
It has two pieces: One that attaches to the car, and the other
holds the mobile.
I just flipped the whole thing over, so it holds the FR at the
top. But then with the vibrations it would come off so I just
glued the two pieces together.
It would be nice to ask X11 to rotate everything 180 degrees. Then the
"top" of the Openmoko would become the bottom.
Sounds like a good application of the accelerometer to me.
Jon "maddog" Hall
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