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#141
Originally Posted by freemangordon View Post
That is one of the reasons we started REing - to be able to use those modules with other distributions as well.
Doest it mean tat now Nitdroid will be able to fix sound problems ?

Do you plan to make a build of Fremantle with hard float point ? Or will it break the binary compatibility ? It could be interresting for having the Harmattan/Sailfish app running on N900.
 

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A small update
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#143
Looks promising (only the rc needs to be removed ).

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#144
so cute ;
what does not work or why isint it ready for use on daily devices ?
 

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[edit joerg_rw]
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http://elinux.org/N900

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#146
Chaps, with the ordering deadline for the neo900 seeming to be approaching,what's the latest on the port? 200 quid is a lot to lay out not knowing how likely it is to be able to run the OS we all know and love...
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Originally Posted by TomJ View Post
[...]how likely it is to be able to run the OS we all know and love...
There's not the slightest doubt maemo generally will run on Neo900. The question is percentage of feature completeness. E.G. either we get a janus layer between dbus/cmt stuff and the modem, to migrate from ISI dialect that the N900 BB5 modem used to 3GPP standard AT commands via USB, and we can use the stock closed source maemo dialer app. Or we need to use our own FOSS dialer app that talks AT genuinely, and that dialer app will not be as perfectly integrated into the rest of maemo middleware, means dialing buttons inside other apps might not work as flawlessly as they used to. The two most critical points are call audio which worst case might mean to shut down complete pulseaudio and use ALSA directly during call (problems e.g. when attaching a BT headset then), and the opengl-es 3D acceleration which is not 100% clear if it works on the theoretically compatible PVR
Bottom line: maybe initially maemo is not as streamlined and smoothly working for everything as you are used to it on N900, but there's absolutely no doubt maemo can (and will) work on Neo900

I hope e.g. freemangordon has more to add on this topic

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I've been wondering about what sort of software changes will be required to fully support 4G. I'm thinking about features like Voice over LTE, IPSec and EPC features such as vertical handover/mobile IP. Is this all handled entirely by the PLS8 modem or will support need to be added to Fremantle?
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I would love to see a caller location suport, similar to "Enhanced 911".

But I know I am dreaming
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Originally Posted by wicket View Post
I've been wondering about what sort of software changes will be required to fully support 4G. I'm thinking about features like Voice over LTE, IPSec and EPC features such as vertical handover/mobile IP. Is this all handled entirely by the PLS8 modem or will support need to be added to Fremantle?
These are all functions supported by the PLS8, no sw changes needed afaik
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