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18 May 2009
Some folks might be interested in the GTA02-core project:

http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Gta02-core

From the Wiki:

"gta02-core is an experimental project to explore community involvement in the development of hardware for potential future open phones. The aim is to develop an incremental improvement on existing GTA02 designs, while replicating the necessary CAD files in a open format."

GTA02 being the Openmoko FreeRunner phone
6 Nov 2008
Since nobody else posted this I figured I should. Andriod is up and running on the FreeRunner and Neo1973 Om devices:

http://onlinedev.blogspot.com/2008/11/gett...oid-on-neo.html

Still some warts, but hopefully those will be ironed out soon.

What I would personally like to see is the Dalvik VM and the other runtimes in a lean package to allow for Android apps to run on any flavor of Linux.
27 Aug 2008
For anyone that isn't tracking the mailing list, the latest "stable" official OpenMoko firmware:

http://downloads.openmoko.org/releases/Om2008.8-update/

And the opkg repository for it (which is configured by default):

http://downloads.openmoko.org/repository/Om2008.8/

Enjoy!
8 Aug 2006
It has been a veeery long time since I tried OZ and it looks like many improvements have been made. Looking at the install instructions here:

http://wiki.openzaurus.org/C7x0/Install

The first step states "Ensure that your c7x0 machine has a standard flash partitioning (e.g. as it was originally), flashing may fail if this is not the case. ". So, If I'm understanding this correctly if you have used any other ROM, since most all of them repartition, you have to do a NAND restore of the Sharp image before installing OZ. I don't remember this with the old versions of OZ and I'm surprised to see it with the current version of OZ. Please tell me this is not the case.

Thanks!
18 Jan 2005
I have uploaded the squid cache server to the Cacko Feed at:

http://cacko.biz/cacko/feed

It should give you a web browsing performance increase since none of the browsers included with Cacko do much caching. You will need a non-FAT formatted media card to store the cache on and some post install configuration documented in the help file.

You can find some additional info on Squid here.

Please let me know how it goes for you.

Thanks!
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