[Debian-olpc-devel] Sugar on OpenMoko Freerunner
dr at jones.dk
Tue Nov 3 16:44:08 UTC 2009
[please follow-up only to sugar-devel at lists.sugarlabs.org]
Not sure if this is news or not: Since thursday afternoon I have been
running Sucrose 0.86 (or the fraction of it packaged for Debian) on my
The OpenMoko Freerunner is an ARM-based open-hardware smartphone.
I needed to temporarily hack the Sugar-toolkit library to not run the
initial what-is-your-name window in fullscreen, to allow a virtual
keyboard to appear - as the device have no interface for a real
Now I "just" need some sugarized phone, addressbook and GPS activities.
...oh, and also - unrelated to Sugar - I need to make the phone stack on
the device actually work: currently a dialog pops up to unlock my SIM
card but I still cannot receive or initiate phone calls. :-P
* Jonas Smedegaard - idealist & Internet-arkitekt
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