On Wed, Nov 04, 2009 at 04:01:11PM +0900, Torsten Wagner wrote:
> Hi
> Looks like fantastic work, congratulations!  Thank heavens I finally
> > got Ubuntu/emacs/orgmode/git running natively on my Android phone,
> > otherwise I'd be green with envy ;-)
> >
> That means you run a full emacs23 together with org-mode on your phone :o
> .... oh thanks now I'm be green with envy :P ....
> Any docs, how-tos, screencasts, screenshots, notes, tips and tricks ?

On Mon, Nov 09, 2009 at 11:49:05AM +0530, Noorul Islam wrote:
> Can you share your experience with us?

Sorry for the slow reply.  I don't have time to go into exact details
but I updated this page:


so it should have everything you need.

It's all pretty easy really.  The hardest bit is rooting the phone and
setting up an ext2 (or ext3, I can't remember) partition on the SD
card, and even that's well documented by now.

Once you have the Ubuntu chroot image downloaded and unpacked onto
that partition, starting up Ubuntu is trivial, and then installing
emacs and org-mode is as easy as doing it on a normal Linux box :-)

I still need to try and trim down the emacs install, as it takes a
loooong time to load, and the phone is already pretty short of memory
in general.  Scot already posted some ideas to this list on how to do
it; I added a link to his article from the wiki page.

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