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Serial / Usb capacitive screen on top of the resistive?
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it says meego is now available for n900 to download. will i need to get another n900 if i wish to keep maemo 5 software?

or does it need to be double boot?
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N900: 1000/1150mhz; sampling_rate 15; up_threshold 150000;
 
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About MeeGo 1.0 Core release for N900

It does NOT include

- Mobile UI/UX (N900 will boot to Xterm)
- Reference Applications

It is intended for MeeGo developers for development purposes, and

- has practically NO value for end users
- has little value for MeeGo application developers.

Please do NOT install it if you don't know what you need it for.

For mor in formation, pls. see
http://wiki.meego.com/ARM/N900

Br,
//Harri
 

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#44
Gooooooooooooooood News !

Finally, I can use MeeGo on N900.

Hope you can support to MeeGo 1.1 or 1.2.

Maemo is great, hope MeeGo can do better !
 
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[Answered Question about Hardware Adaption]

Will you implement multitouch emulation by combining proximity sensor and screen gestures?
ANSWER:
http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=50763&page=7

(This seems like the appropriate place for this post, for anyone who missed that question... it would be nice if others could add similarly answered questions about hardware adaption, from other threads)
 
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#46
What would happen to meego if nokia would start releasing intel driven mobile devices? Would the applications of meego x86 be backwards compatible to those with meego ARM chips?
 
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Radicalz38: There is no "backwards" involved, all meego programs will run on all ARM and x86 platforms. That's the whole point of making the MeeGo platform in the first place.
 

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ccyyaaaaa. No meego from nokia that is shocking lol.

hello Meego Hackers addition from community. Will help and contribute all I can to its development.
 
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Originally Posted by flailingmonkey View Post
Radicalz38: There is no "backwards" involved, all meego programs will run on all ARM and x86 platforms. That's the whole point of making the MeeGo platform in the first place.
0.o but the processor instructions are different? Well if that's the case then it's pretty neat! So I guess intel's implementation would only make a difference performance wise I guess?
 
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Originally Posted by Radicalz38 View Post
0.o but the processor instructions are different? Well if that's the case then it's pretty neat! So I guess intel's implementation would only make a difference performance wise I guess?
The instruction sets are different, yes. This is resolved via the build server which will compile both architectures and ease the process of cross compiling for the developer.

Since the APIs are the same, there shouldn't be anything (barring hardware specific stuff) that prevents a developer from targeting all MeeGo devices regardless of the CPU. It effectively becomes just another checkbox.
 

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