One of my home computers exports lot of music over Samba (everything as one share). In next room I have HiFi system where I like to play some of them. So I decided that N810 (or even 770) should be enough for it. Default
Due to recent discussion on OpenEmbedded mailing list I decided to give GIT second chance (first one was few months ago). I imported Poky using git-svn tool and started hacking. First work was switching to OPKG (described in other post). I created branch for it and
During last days I was working on switching Poky Linux into using OPKG package manager. Today whole work was merged into trunk and we got rid of non-maintained IPKG. What is OPKG? It is fork of IPKG (from handhelds.org) done for Openmoko
It was over year ago — day when I got Neo1973 GTA01Bv3 as part of “phase0” developer program. What happened during that time? First there was “OM2007.1” version of interface. Ugly, hard to use, lacking features. But that was start so let forgive developers
I have nearly 400 gigabytes storage in my desktop. Some people will tell that this is a lot, some that it is quite small size. But everybody agrees with one simple rule: “there is no such thing as big enough storage”. From time
Yesterday OpenedHand team (which I am proud to be a part of) released Poky Linux 3.1 ‘pinky`. What interesting in this version? user manual with lot of things explained conversion to use the sysroot mode of gcc, making cross compiling both easier and more robust.