On Sun, 1 Jun 2008, Piotr Duda wrote:
Mikko Rauhala pisze:
Being a VM platform that just happens to run Linux at the bottom,
probably their jitter will require some work in addition to simple
recompilation, but shouldn't be an unreasonable amount of work.
I think that it could be more
On Tue, 10 Jun 2008, Michael 'Mickey' Lauer wrote:
we have been shipping pulseaudio (which is quite a CPU hog on embedded
systems) on our rootfs for quite a while now. The main reason not to use
alsa directly was because of mixing, since alsa dmix absolutely does not
On Tue, 10 Jun 2008, Dave O'Connor wrote:
see the look on his face when cops walk up to him :)
For this reason I look forward to the GTA03's proposed camera.
Think honk if you're a telepath.
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On Sun, 15 Jun 2008, Dale Schumacher wrote:
Bitfrost looks likes an interesting security model. It would be well
The Bitfrost security software isn't fully ready yet, and still being
integrated with OLPC's sugar package.
It is a nice model, but it is very focused on an
On Sun, 29 Jun 2008, saurabh gupta wrote:
Besides this, some modification is being done in the noise rejection
part since it can degrade the performance wildly. I will use zero crossing
rate and short term energy algorithm for end point detection. My model will
also use left to right HMM.
On Mon, 30 Jun 2008, saurabh gupta wrote:
You have identified the correct and justified problem in training. I thought
to handle it in this way. Whenever a user runs this application, the GUI for
speech recognition will ask it to go in training or recognition mode. In
training mode, after
On Tue, 24 Jun 2008, Bert Hartmann wrote:
I don't know if anyone on the list is planning on attending the last
H.O.P.E. (http://www.thelasthope.org/) but I could easily see the groups
overlapping. It's in NYC a couple weeks after the dates suggested by
Steve a week or so ago. (Steve was
On Thu, 3 Jul 2008, ian douglas wrote:
Brad Pitcher wrote:
That is exactly right. I thought I read about some work around for the
port restriction, but I didn't dare to try it so I stuck with the
Well, in theory, if you're writing your own app and have a spare IP
On Fri, 4 Jul 2008, arne anka wrote:
Or with a little more work you can make the entire thing transparent by
setting up a VPN on one of those ports and just directing linux to
route all traffic over the VPN.
i'm sure, if it was that easy to circumvent the restrictions imposed on
On Fri, 11 Jul 2008, Vijay Vaidyanathan wrote:
I have a shiny new FreeRunner that I am planning to play with over the
weekend, but I find the information on the Wiki a little hard to get started
Sadly I'm out of town for much of the next few weeks - but any time after
On Sat, 12 Jul 2008, Dirk Bergstrom wrote:
Are any of you going to be at OSCON? Do you want to do a BoF session,
or schedule some other get together?
I will be there all week and would love to BoF.
Noncombatant: A dead Quaker.
-- Ambrose Bierce
On Sun, 13 Jul 2008, Sameer Verma wrote:
I will be there as well.
Great - email me off-list and let's chat about setting up a BOF or
You are dishonest, but never to the point of hurting a friend.
On Thu, 24 Jul 2008, Christ van Willegen wrote:
Well, that's about it :-) A simple Ubuntu- or Debian-machine 'out
there' on the Internet with up-to-date bild env and the poosibility to
scp files over would be ideal now :-)
You can borrow an account on my machine for now if you like. Email me
On Sat, 23 Aug 2008, Ganesha Krishna wrote:
I tried Debian install.sh under Qtopia and hit this brick wall.
(Nandfash = Qtopia 08.08 + kernel from the same package)
P: Configuring package apt
P: Configuring helper
On Sun, 31 Aug 2008, Justyn Butler wrote:
Pingus is really great fun with a touchscreen - I used to play it on a
tablet PC. It's easier than using a mouse because you just tap the
action button (ie dig) and then tap each of the penguins you want to
If someone gets it
On Mon, 8 Sep 2008, Kevin Squire wrote:
I did try setting the clock lower, (e.g., sd_max_clk=500, even
250), but that didn't help.
Keep going to 1/5 of the last value. Does that help? A 2GB card I bought
was only stable at about that clock rate.
At 1/2 of that last value, I think
On Wed, 8 Oct 2008, Devendra Gera wrote:
Has anyone got Facebook contacts integration working yet?
I haven't tried it, but if it comes time that people want email addresses
out of their Facebook friends, I have code that reliably OCRs email
addresses out of their emailgen.php image
On Wed, 5 Nov 2008, Denis Galvão wrote:
And the people from Android are not willing to have such buttons in a
soft way, they will not put them on software, the phone must have at
least four buttons.
How could we survive?
Easy, you fork Android, and do git merge from time to time.
I am happy
On Mon, 8 Dec 2008, Rui Castro wrote:
I've been trying to compile openmoko kernel and I can't even start
because of this dummy error:
$ ./build dummy
scripts/kconfig/conf -s arch/arm/Kconfig
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