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> Gps Soft Navicore
post May 30 2007, 04:48 PM
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Hi friends,

I've found this page


that seems to provide soft and maps for GPS navigation suitable for Nokia's Tablet PC with linux inside (I guess).

They show these instruction in order to install the soft:


Nokia 770: How do I install the Navicore Personal 2007 application without Windows installer?

You can install Navicore Personal to your Nokia 770 Internet Tablet without a Windows installer by copying the needed files into a memory card.

Please follow these instructions:

1) Download and uncompress file "Navicore.tar.gz" to your PC

2) Copy the contents of the folder to the root of your memory card

3) Download and uncompress the wanted map region file to your PC.

4) Copy the mapdata_XXX folder to the "Navicore" folder on your memory card

5) Add wanted additional map regions by repeating the steps 3 & 4.

6) Making a 64MB .swap file into the memory card is recommended.


That Navicore.tar.gz file contains .deb (I guess) packages and also .ogg and other kind of file extension.

I wonder if that soft can be used in our Zaurus. Note that they remark a license is needed.

What do you think about it?

Thanks in advance.
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