FR: Problems, problems: please help
smchadwell at gmail.com
Wed Mar 25 15:32:57 CET 2009
I hadn't seen your documentation, yet (though I generally agree that there's
lots of excellent stuff available). Thanks for the links; I like your
writing as much as anything else (which in any case I won't have time to try
before the weekend).
On Wed, Mar 25, 2009 at 7:16 AM, Tom Yates <madhatter at teaparty.net> wrote:
> On Tue, 24 Mar 2009, Toni Mueller wrote:
> > can we perhaps agree on "all hardware usable on a daily basis"?
> my 'moko, which is the same hardware rev. as yours, is my daily usable
> it took 3 days of solid work to make the phone usable when i first got it.
> with later revisions, this time has decreased, due mostly to improvements
> in the distros, and partly to my increased familiarity with the device.
> if it's of any use to you, my step-by-step guide to what i did to my moko
> to get it working on 2008.12, with links to some earlier writeups, can be
> found at http://www.teaparty.net/technotes/openmoko-3.html .
> > Yes, but documentation is _poor_.
> to be honest, i found the documentation excellent - but very widely
> distributed; it's not all on the wiki, nor on any one website. this
> doesn't surprise me, as the 'moko is such a general-purpose device, but i
> agree that it's unhelpful if you're starting from cold.
> i urge you to persevere with your 'moko. people do regularly use exactly
> that model as a daily 'phone, with a variety of distros, though it does
> take some work.
> Tom Yates - http://www.teaparty.net
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