Brolin Empey wrote:
Where can I buy such an adapter or cable in Canada?
They have free shipping (although order and shipping takes 3 weeks
total) and their prices are phenomenally low.
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Michael Tansella wrote:
I want to start midori in the freerunner and forward the GUI tt my Linux Host
I tried it the following way, but it starts on the freerunner instead of the
host, any idea?:
simarill...@simarillion-laptop:~$ ssh -l root -X -v 192.168.5.202
a dehqan wrote:
...and what is GPS antenna for
If you're talking about the GPS Antenna jack on the side of the phone,
it's unnecessary unless you are in a building or car with very bad signal.
6-Dealer has said that it's A6 FR is buzz fixed ,should i trust ? what
can i do if he/she posted it
Warren Baird wrote:
Will this offer be availble in Canada also?
I live in Vancouver BC, and have just sent two Freerunners in today. You
just have to pay for the shipping back.
to avoid dealing with customs?
I'm not entirely sure how customs works, but we are not purchasing
Steve Mosher wrote:
1. Its a mobile Phone First, and a multi purpose platform secondarily
I actually like the perspective of #1 very much and you should keep it
as such. As I am to understand, the core philosophy of Openmoko is the
Free the Phone. There are many platform hardware
On Thu, 2008-10-16 at 16:58 +0100, Vasco Névoa wrote:
I can see there are at least 2 distinct types of user of OM:
A - I need a working phone now, the uber-cool PDA stuff can wait;
B - OM is a groundbreaking project, I don't care about telephony,
let's press the revolution!
As much as I am
I have had bad experience with the dfu_util before. It appeared almost
the same as your problem. It would download part way and show up as an
I originally had a USB extension cable to the back of my computer. Bad
idea. I ended up using the (fairly short) cable that came out of the box
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