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 +http://www.newlc.com/en/freerunner-mobile-which-support-android-cupcake
 +
 +==== debian on openmoko on debian ====
 +
 +<b>OPENMOKO EMULATOR DEB PACKAGE</b>
 +
 +Newlc is happy to share an other debian package of mobile emulator based on qemu,
 +
 +<a href="http://www.newlc.com/en/deb-packages-android-sdk-bleeding-edge-cupcake-images">
 +couple of weeks ago it was android-emulator</a>,
 +now it's about openmoko time.
 +
 +
 +You install qemu-neo1973 the same way you installed android-emulator :
 +
 +So, It's pretty simple on any debian based distro,
 +
 +1st setup your apt sources
 +
 +  sudo sh -c "
 +  export DISTRIB_CODENAME=sources ;
 +. /etc/lsb-release;
 +  export REPO='http://rzr.online.fr/docs/contribs/debian/' ;
 +  wget -O-  \${REPO}\${DISTRIB_CODENAME}.list >> /etc/apt/sources.list
 +  "
 +
 +Then install new packages
 +
 +  sudo aptitude update ; aptitude upgrade ; aptitude install qemu-neo1973 apt-src
 +  sudo apt-src update ; apt-src install qemu-neo1973 
 +  qemu-system-arm  | head -n 1
 +  # QEMU PC emulator version 0.9.1-openmoko-svn, Copyright (c) 2003-2008 Fabrice Bellard
 +
 +
 +So far only the emulator is shipped/
 +
 +Next job is  to download images (rootfs and kernel) or build them by your own.
 +
 +There are many distro to test : OM, FSO, hackable1 or plain debian as shown in the later video.
 +
 +
 +<b>DEBIAN OPENMOKO</b>
 +
 +
 +
 +For unlucky one who weren't at fosdem 2009 or those who missed the live streaming, here is a video presentation of OpenMoko devices Neo1973 FreeRunner.
 +
 +http://meetings-archive.debian.net/pub/debian-meetings/2009/fosdem/low/Debian_on_Openmoko.ogg
 +
 +
 +http://wiki.debian.org/Teams/DebianFSO
 +
 +http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Debian
 +
 +https://admin-trac.openmoko.org/trac/ticket/624
 +
 +=== upcoming
 +
 +http://www.newlc.com/en/2009-events-fosdem-now-wmc-next
 +vlc  http://apu.debconf.org:8000/replay.ogv
 +
 +=== past
 +
 +http://www.newlc.com/en/nitdroid-demo-gnulinux-android-nokia-n770-0
 +
 +http://digg.com/linux_unix/NITdroid_or_just_another_Android_port_nokia_770_and_later
 +
 +Switch your dusty Nokia 770 to Android in less than 5 minutes
 +
 +Here is an other proof on concept that any Open Source OS can spread everywhere, even on an unmaintained (economically obsolete) device like this 1st generation of internet tablet (250Mhz 64MB)
 +<p>
 +
 +Early adopters, just remove dust off your n700 and <a href="http://www.newlc.com/en/nitdroid-demo-gnulinux-android-nokia-n770-0">
 +follow this tutorial to install this alternate firmware, poor-men can watch the video demo</a>
 +
 +<p>
 +
 +Guilty Hackers for this port are hiding behind the "<a href="http://guug.org/nit/nitdroid/">NITdroid</a>" project name, the community is growing and working alongside maemo, and mer projects , no need to mention that Google's android is the core of the mobile OS ...
 +
 +<p>
 +Before someone starts complaining about "GNU/Linux" fragmentation, 
 +let me say that one of the goals was to recycle and get cheap a "DIY android platform" available worldwide and beyond. 
 +
 +As always, when something is practically possible, wouldn't anyone be frustrated that none did the job before?
 +<p>
 +
 +NITdroid is open to every one from kernel gurus to end users, see you online at IRC time 
 +
 +
 +http://slashdot.org/firehose.pl?op=view&id=3133503
 +
 +http://www.newmobilecomputing.com/thread?342042
 +
 +
 +http://hackaday.com/contact-hack-a-day/#contact-form-2542
 +
 +http://www.engadgetmobile.com/
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