[maemo-users] [maemo-users] Re: n800 apps?

From: Thomas Armagost silly at well.com
Date: Sun Jan 21 08:04:44 EET 2007
Is there a screen capture program that runs on the n800?  Could it
capture a screenshot of the webcam's video?  Is this maybe a kludge?
All I want is a still snapshot.

I just bought an n800 a few hours ago at the CompUSA in Rancho
Cucamonga, California.  I've been interested in Linux PDAs since the
year 2000, but I've never owned one until now.  I'm not a hacker, I'm
a doodler.  Today I learned that sketch can't read image files unless
they look like this:


And so forth.

I imported an image file from my Mac mini via USB and suckered sketch
into opening it.

There's definitely room for improvement.

In http://maemo.org/pipermail/maemo-users/2007-January/002803.html
Mike Klein wrote:

> It's kind of a developer's device for the moment. Not marketed as
> such...but true none the less.
> Mail seems like an abomination...ditto for a/v chat...however this
> one kinda reflects industry fragmentation regarding voip protocols.
> I believe Skype will be coming to N800 soon. This is getting to be
> large voip 'playground'...so quite useful.
> A device that comes with camera and no app out of box to use
> it...is definitely immature...but with time much is possible.
> mike
> Jonathan Greene wrote:
>> I just found that google calendar works on the N800 which is
>> awesome as it never really worked for me on the 770.   I am
>> using the factory OS version and apparently need to update to
>> a later version ...
>> Anyone get the n800 flashed via Mac yet using the flasher app?

This is for the 770 but could possibly work with the n800...


Please post a followup if you succeed at flashing the n800 via Mac.

>> Where Where are the rest of the apps that run on IT2007?  The
>> application catalog is pretty sparse...  I know it's new but a few
>> more would be nice.

Applications for IT2006 that have been tested to run on IT2007...


And a few that don't run (yet) on IT2007.  Namely Tuner, Ogg Vorbis
Player, MPlayer and Xournal.

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I look forward to exploring the X terminal.

Thomas Armagost

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