[maemo-users] Which OS for which tablet?

From: Ryan Pavlik abiryan at ryand.net
Date: Thu Apr 17 14:38:25 EEST 2008
If the "unsupported" nature of IT2007 hacker edition doesn't scare you 
(probably won't considering you got the device second hand), I've heard 
generally positive results there, with good compatibility.  The 2008 
version is more of a tech demo from what I've read and not actually too 
usable (feel free to disprove this), and 2006 is "supported" but pretty 
outdated by now.


Josh Smith wrote:
> I am guessing all of your answers can be found at:
> http://www.internettablettalk.com
> If not, then I am sure someone will be nice enough to answer them for
> you here.  In short - there are options for installing the more recent
> versions of maemo on the 770, but I am not up to date on the details.
> good luck!!
> josh
> On Thu, Apr 17, 2008 at 12:54 PM, Frédéric
> <frederic.mantegazza at gbiloba.org> wrote:
>>  Hello,
>>  I've just bought a used Nokia 770 tablet, and I'm wondering which OS I
>>  can install on it... For now, I re-installed the OS2006 (maemo 2.2 aka
>>  Gregale) in order to reset the password of the previous user (in fact,
>>  it seems that it just unlocked the tablet, but didn't reseted the
>>  password, as I'm still unable to set my own one...).
>>  Now, I would like to install applications, mainly python-based one (I
>>  plan to develop a panoramic head control application), but some libs are
>>  missing to install python, like libreadline4. This lib seems to be
>>  available at http://eko.one.pl/maemo/ repository, but only for maemo 3.x
>>  (aka Bora) :o/ So, can I upgrade my system to Bora on my Nokia 770? If
>>  not, where can I find libreadline4 for Gregale?
>>  Thanks for you help,

Ryan Pavlik

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