Re: Stable OM distro

2008-10-01 Thread Maciej Delmanowski
On Oct 01, Maciej Piechotka wrote: What's currently the most stable? I'd need to: - Entry pin (I haven't manage to do it in 2008.8 despite moving pen up) - Phone/Recive SMS - Have GPS/WiFi - Have USB Networking for initial setup You can try FDOM. It's somewhat bloated, but works nicely for

Re: Stable OM distro

2008-10-01 Thread t m
You can try FDOM. It's somewhat bloated, but works nicely for me. Nice, I will try this as well. Even Qtopia didn't work out for me. Other users have the same experience? It usually takes a while before problems show, and I'm really hoping I will be able to at least phone and sms with a normal

Re: Stable OM distro

2008-10-01 Thread Vince M. Clark
(GMT-0700) America/Denver Subject: Re: Stable OM distro You can try FDOM. It's somewhat bloated, but works nicely for me. Nice, I will try this as well. Even Qtopia didn't work out for me. Other users have the same experience? It usually takes a while before problems show, and I'm really

Re: Stable OM distro

2008-10-01 Thread David Samblas
but not quite there. I have very high hopes for 4.4. - Original Message - From: t m [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: List for Openmoko community discussion community@lists.openmoko.org Sent: Wednesday, October 1, 2008 2:56:00 PM (GMT-0700) America/Denver Subject: Re: Stable OM distro

Re: Stable OM distro

2008-09-30 Thread Shawn prjktdtnt Thompson
Maciej Piechotka wrote: What's currently the most stable? I'd need to: - Entry pin (I haven't manage to do it in 2008.8 despite moving pen up) - Phone/Recive SMS - Have GPS/WiFi - Have USB Networking for initial setup FSO: Not stable (breakes calls, not recive sms etc.) 2008.8: Can't