justynbutler at googlemail.com
Thu Aug 28 17:07:38 CEST 2008
I'm looking forward to installing FSO on my Neo1973!
2008/8/28 clare johnstone <claregj at gmail.com>:
> THe current, very soon to be updated, version is at
> get there via:
> wiki Main Page > Left panel Navigation Distributions >
> Section # 2.3 FSO - freesmartphone.org >
> First Paragraph: Download milestone 2
> use for the NAND flash the one called
> which is supposed to be an improvement on ordinary .jffs
> AND I like all the things you like. But note that Aux button is in
> huge demand. The Debian
> for example uses it to bring up a keyboard, in what is otherwise very
> similar to the FSO above.
> Do continue to enjoy!
> On Thu, Aug 28, 2008 at 2:50 PM, Linus Gasser <ineiti at markas-al-nour.org> wrote:
>> sparky mat a écrit :
>>> I know OM2008.8 is the flagship distro at the moment, but FSO so totally
>>> rocks. :-) . Here are the things that I liked about it
>>> 1) GPRS!! The d-bus interface makes it so much simpler/easier to enable
>>> 2) Aux button locks the screen. Screen lock is a must for me, and using the
>>> Aux button makes a lot of sense!
>>> 3) TangoGPS by default. This is my fav. GPS app so far :-)
>>> 4) Zhone. I actually like the big and bright user interface of Zhone. It may
>>> be only a "test" UI, but I love it. Neat and simple.
>>> 5) Terminal + QWERTY keyboard.
>> I would like to try it. For the moment I have OM2008.8 installed, also
>> with TangoGPS. Where did you get the kernel/images for FSO? I searched
>> to no avail...
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