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28 Nov 2005
there is linux for:
-av300 (the most up to date is linav , not avos)
http://linav.free.fr/index.php
http://avos.sourceforge.net/


http://avos.sourceforge.net/index.php?a=hw
http://linav.athensmultimedia.com/wiki/ind...Chips_in_the_AV

-pma400
Qtopia and some comunity developement that is trying to port opie,gentoo...

so...
what is the hardware difference between
-av300
-others (av400,av500,av700,gimini...)
-pma400

is there a chance to port linux to the others devices???
i don't plan to buy one but they have some avantages:
-usb host on the av 500 and av700 => less input problems
-a lot of others advantages (compact, a lot of space, good screen...)
28 Nov 2005
CONTEXT:
i want to make a frontend to the ipk packadge management that is not perfect under my system because:
-it doesn;t work very well
-there is soo much locations and confusions between the programs that want to install the ipk into /dev/shm or /progfs or /dev/loop/...
-not enough user-friendly

so mabe i'll need to rewrite the ipk package management...

QUESTIONS:
-is there already good ipk manager/frontend under qtopia?
-is there any easely programable api such as Xdialog under qtopia?
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