Notices


Reply
Thread Tools
MohammadAG's Avatar
Posts: 2,473 | Thanked: 12,262 times | Joined on Oct 2009 @ Jerusalem, PS/IL
#21
May I suggest removing the menu bar in the mainwindow?
It shows an arrow in the title bar but there aren't any options so it's a bit confusing
 
fcrochik's Avatar
Posts: 722 | Thanked: 1,223 times | Joined on Apr 2010 @ USA
#22
Originally Posted by MohammadAG View Post
May I suggest removing the menu bar in the mainwindow?
It shows an arrow in the title bar but there aren't any options so it's a bit confusing
Duly noted! Will do on the next release.
Thanks
__________________

My maemo work:
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
For Harmattan:
GeePS - native UI around google maps - GApp - access to optimized mobile "google apps".
Shutdown - shutdown and reboot with one click - QuickCall - one click call, skypeout and google voice integration using dial tones.
WakeOnLan - wake computers on your local network.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
For Maemo/N900:
GApp - access to optimized mobile "google apps". - MobWebMail: browser optimized to access multiple gmail accounts
MyContacts: 75 Contacts on your desktop, ring tones per group and more - GeePS: native front-end for google maps
Macuco2 : web browser to access web sites optimized for the iphone - WakeOnLan: wake up computers on your local network
dbBrowser: Simple application to browse sqlite databases
 

The Following User Says Thank You to fcrochik For This Useful Post:
Posts: 190 | Thanked: 19 times | Joined on May 2010
#23
hey i did a broadcast on my laptop , but what does it do?
 
fcrochik's Avatar
Posts: 722 | Thanked: 1,223 times | Joined on Apr 2010 @ USA
#24
Originally Posted by anaskr View Post
hey i did a broadcast on my laptop , but what does it do?
In short: it will "wake up" computers that are on standby or even powered off remotely from your phone.

Read: http://gsd.di.uminho.pt/jpo/software...an/mini-howto/
__________________

My maemo work:
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
For Harmattan:
GeePS - native UI around google maps - GApp - access to optimized mobile "google apps".
Shutdown - shutdown and reboot with one click - QuickCall - one click call, skypeout and google voice integration using dial tones.
WakeOnLan - wake computers on your local network.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
For Maemo/N900:
GApp - access to optimized mobile "google apps". - MobWebMail: browser optimized to access multiple gmail accounts
MyContacts: 75 Contacts on your desktop, ring tones per group and more - GeePS: native front-end for google maps
Macuco2 : web browser to access web sites optimized for the iphone - WakeOnLan: wake up computers on your local network
dbBrowser: Simple application to browse sqlite databases
 
Posts: 424 | Thanked: 195 times | Joined on Mar 2010 @ Sweden
#25
Ahh great!
Now my list of "Stuff I Need In My Life" is starting to run out.
Yesterday, a desent FTP Client, N900FTP went live and now WakeOnLan. Thx.

Hmm, lets see, whats left on the list?
*Shazam or equal.
*Offline cache Spotify Client (will not happen).
*Sync phonecalender with hotmail/live.com calender (comming soon with Windows Live Wave 4).
*Send mapcordinates with MMS (could happen with fMMS)
*Real 3G Video Call (Depends on Nokia so I dont think so)
*Steam Chat (If Valve opens up the protocoll).
*A easy-to-use Java Emulator or run Java apps strait from filbrowser like good old Symbian S40.

Long list, but it has been longer
 
Posts: 147 | Thanked: 44 times | Joined on Feb 2010 @ England
#26
pm sent mate!! hope it helps
 
woody14619's Avatar
Posts: 1,455 | Thanked: 3,301 times | Joined on Dec 2009 @ Rochester, NY
#27
Originally Posted by toxaris View Post
*A easy-to-use Java Emulator or run Java apps strait from filbrowser like good old Symbian S40.
Done. Install IcedTea6 and MicroEmulator. You can even setup the command line with the emulator to load a specific app, and make an icon for a single J2ME app right on the desktop.

It works with about 80% of the java apps I've used. In particular anything that uses Bluetooth seems to not be happy. Otherwise it works pretty well.
 
Kajko's Avatar
Posts: 199 | Thanked: 54 times | Joined on Nov 2009 @ Canada
#28
Just to clarify: this will NOT work on computers connected through WLAN ? Correct?
 
fcrochik's Avatar
Posts: 722 | Thanked: 1,223 times | Joined on Apr 2010 @ USA
#29
Originally Posted by Kajko View Post
Just to clarify: this will NOT work on computers connected through WLAN ? Correct?
Yes. It is correct.

EDIT: According to the next post it may work on WLAN. It will not work on WAN.
__________________

My maemo work:
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
For Harmattan:
GeePS - native UI around google maps - GApp - access to optimized mobile "google apps".
Shutdown - shutdown and reboot with one click - QuickCall - one click call, skypeout and google voice integration using dial tones.
WakeOnLan - wake computers on your local network.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
For Maemo/N900:
GApp - access to optimized mobile "google apps". - MobWebMail: browser optimized to access multiple gmail accounts
MyContacts: 75 Contacts on your desktop, ring tones per group and more - GeePS: native front-end for google maps
Macuco2 : web browser to access web sites optimized for the iphone - WakeOnLan: wake up computers on your local network
dbBrowser: Simple application to browse sqlite databases

Last edited by fcrochik; 2010-06-15 at 13:36.
 
MohammadAG's Avatar
Posts: 2,473 | Thanked: 12,262 times | Joined on Oct 2009 @ Jerusalem, PS/IL
#30
Actually, some PCs (and the PS3 - for remote play) use WWoL (Wireless Wake on LAN), assuming the BIOS (on your PC/laptop) supports it, it should work with the existing app.

Last edited by MohammadAG; 2010-06-15 at 16:38. Reason: meh
 
Reply

Thread Tools

 
Forum Jump


All times are GMT. The time now is 08:04.