HTC Hero source code?
Rui Miguel Silva Seabra
rms at 1407.org
Mon Oct 26 23:53:10 CET 2009
No... the drivers necessary to run the devices on the HTC Hero...
On Mon, Oct 26, 2009 at 05:03:58PM -0400, Tony McKeehan wrote:
> From what I can tell, there are a lot of drivers in the source.
> I ls'd the source and here's what I got.
> $ ls kernel_hero/drivers/
> accessibility connector gpu macintosh nubus rtc thermal
> acpi cpufreq hid Makefile of s390 uio
> amba cpuidle hwmon mca oprofile sbus usb
> ata crypto i2c md parisc scsi video
> atm dca ide media parport serial virtio
> auxdisplay dio ieee1394 memstick pci sh w1
> base dma infiniband message pcmcia sn watchdog
> block edac input mfd pnp spi xen
> bluetooth eisa isdn misc power ssb zorro
> cdrom firewire Kconfig mmc ps3 switch
> char firmware leds mtd rapidio tc
> clocksource gpio lguest net regulator telephony
> This what you're talking about?
> Rui Miguel Silva Seabra wrote:
> > On Mon, Oct 26, 2009 at 04:41:06PM -0400, Tony McKeehan wrote:
> >> HTC recently released the kernel source code to the Hero. Would this be
> >> of any use to use? Would it be possible to get the HTC Sense OS on the
> >> Freerunner? Or, worst case scenario, we could at least get some
> >> information on how HTC modified Android to learn from.
> >> http://developer.htc.com/
> >> Let me know of you think of what we could do with this. I'm not advanced
> >> enough to make the first step, sorry.
> > Are the drivers there, or is the "release" a sham?
> > Rui
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