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Does anyone know if the Carman project will get bought over to Maemo 5? I've been searching around, but I haven't found any news one way or another. Thanks!
 

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Interested, too! Now that I have an always-with-me NIT, it makes much more sense. And my ODB2>Bluetooth adapter sits currently unused in the car... Help! We need CAR-MAN :-)
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ye i would love to see too how that is running.. any guide on howto installed it on my n900? and do i need to install python?
 

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I really hope that someone tells how to install this in n900.
I have an obd/bluetooth dongle too in my car unused...
 

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Count me in as another one who would love to see this ported over.
 

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ive tried to install carman on the n900 but it would not ..
 

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Those guys have been quiet on the update front, on Canola and Carman. I'm not hooked into any of the chat rooms or anything, so for all I know there could be ongoing discussion on both of them (Canola and Carman) all the time, but I was sorta under the impression that they had moved on. Speaking of Carman, the whole "need to be root to set the symbolic link to the new version of the library" was not fun for me. Just sayin.
 

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so is carman dead for the maemo 5?
 

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The first step for this i pretty straightforward - download package, unpack, chech dependencies and repack deb. I think this would work out of the box, if not - any skilled developer can fix the issues.
 

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Originally Posted by therock View Post
so is carman dead for the maemo 5?
far from dead, if you read the page they stopped at v 0.7 and opensourced everything. therefore if someone feels like running with it they can. It can even be ported to other hardware platforms running linux.
 

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