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I'd love supported on-device development, but having that sort of configuration by shell scripts (slow on execution) or preloaded config files (slow at startup) was what I was thinking.
 
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I was a bit facetious with the Maemo Server remark-- but seriously, can anyone point out where such a thing would be useful? If so, it might be worth me covering in my company blog...
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...and sooner or later, we're gonna need Maemo Server to run on our beagleboards.
I'm actually interested to see what the overo will end up costing. It's an OMAP3503, so no PowerVR nor DSP, but it's got WiFi and Bluetooth. Seems like it'd make an interesting compiler-only machine if it's in the $100 range.
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I was a bit facetious with the Maemo Server remark-- but seriously, can anyone point out where such a thing would be useful? If so, it might be worth me covering in my company blog...
It wouldn't. Just use Debian or Ubuntu.
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Yeah, but I'm thinking pocketable server. Of course there is always Ubuntu mobile...
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Yeah, but I'm thinking pocketable server. Of course there is always Ubuntu mobile...
Don't see the angle. If you really want a server, just use a real distro's ARM port that has a huge universe of packages available.
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Eh, I don't wanna bog this thread down further... I may take it up elsewhere.
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