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terryleung83
post Aug 26 2005, 04:37 PM
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I got several questions about openbsd
i think many users who are thinking about installing openbsd should want to know something the same smile.gif

1. support battery or rotation like sharp rom?

2. can I run Java SE on it(swing,awt and applet)?

3. can I create a swap on the sd card rather than the MD?

4. it seems that it dont support bluetooth, isnt it?

5. any restore/backup tools like the one in sharp rom?

6. what about the speed when running some application?

7. does it support chinese(bulid-in)?
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post Aug 26 2005, 09:27 PM
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QUOTE(terryleung83 @ Aug 26 2005, 04:37 PM)
I got several questions about openbsd
i think many users who are thinking about installing openbsd should want to know something the same smile.gif

1. support battery or rotation like sharp rom?

2. can I run Java SE on it(swing,awt and applet)?

3. can I create a swap on the sd card rather than the MD?

4. it seems that it dont support bluetooth, isnt it?

5. any restore/backup tools like the one in sharp rom?

6. what about the speed when running some application?

7. does it support chinese(bulid-in)?
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1. Battery is supported in 3.8 beta (suspend and resume work like a charm).

2. Something called Kaffe (JDK 1.1) is available.

3. Don't see why not, but why would you want to do that ?

4. Some USB BT devices are supported.

5. You can use the same Unix desktop tools to backup your data.

6. Speed is adequate. It's no P4, but is very acceptable.

7. Don't know about this one.
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