Hello world. Is the Neo Freerunner dead?

jeremy jozwik jerjoz.forums at gmail.com
Fri Jul 10 01:30:38 CEST 2009

> That is correct. Just how much work you need to apply to make it "just
> work" depends on (off the top of my head):
> a) Your definition of "work"
> b) Your expectations
> c) Your experience with Linux
> d) Your free time
> e) Your cranium bashing index
> f) Which distro you picked
> g) How much documentation you are willing, and have the time, to read.
> h) Your experience with Linux
> i) The size of your fingers (smaller and nimbler is better)
> j) Your tolerance for small on screen keyboards (what do you think you
> will have to do to get that nice large keyboard to work? Compare that
> to the nice finger friendly GUI in the Internet Tablets)
> k) Your tolerance for small on screen keyboards (what do you do when
> you need to reply to an SMS and don't have your full size keyboard
> with you, or time to set it up?)
> l) How much time you are willing to spend flashing it (openmoko:
> depending on size of image, up to tens of minutes. Internet tablet:
> seconds. literally. no exaggeration. I was surprised myself when I
> first upgraded the OS on my N800).
> m) Your expectations
> n) Your definition of "work"

there should be an internet field equation for this

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