[MeeGo-dev] Meego on not so smart phones?
jarihd at gmail.com
Thu Mar 11 23:10:20 CST 2010
All you got to do is wait for the initial release; download the source code
and supported tools and applications; and modify it again to suit the needs.
You want Meego to run without restrictions everywhere in one-shot; thats not
possible unless there is a hardware standard developed. Various types of
hardware simply means that one has to change the software to suit the needs.
Just wait for the last week of march; to get the meego source.
Until then learn to understand the basics of linux kernel source and
fundamentals of OS; learn C/C++ and some scripting language(any wld do);
modify Meego Source to suit the needs.
use it; and make money.
Be careful; you might be last one with the idea in your head. Its just going
to get really fast moving business now on...
On Fri, Mar 12, 2010 at 5:12 AM, Deepak D <deepak.d.mca at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I was wondering if Meego is designed in such a way that it runs on almost
> all devices. Till date all OS that are being developed are all craving for
> more power.
> Meego should run on low end processing power phones/devices also. Priority
> being on low end phones. I would like to see Meego running from low end
> phones like Motorola F3.
> This will give a broader spectrum of devices and the ability for a
> manufacturer to take Meego as their mainstream platform.
> The restriction on hardware like what Microsoft is planning for Windows
> Mobile 7 or restriction to run in case of Android (requires more CPU power)
> will not help any manufacturer to consider these OS for all their devices.
> If Meego can run on low processing devices there are many things that the
> user of that platform may not be able to leverage (Like, touch screen, GPS,
> but at least it will remove the dependency on custom firmware for low end
> phones and restricting Meego only for high end phones.
> Also, I personally like to see Nokia taking Meego more seriously and make
> (Or even better, ask us to do) alternate versions of Meego similar to
> Symbian Series 40, 60, 80... and use those on their low end devices.
> What say you all? Is there a point in having a smaller version of Meego
> (More or less like a firmware)? Is it already been considered? Anyone know
> anything about it?
> Please share...
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> MeeGo-dev at meego.com
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