[maemo-users] Installing Mer

From: William Dowden wtdowden at gmail.com
Date: Sun Jul 26 02:25:58 EEST 2009
Now I see someone who has upped the ante for an N800 to 32GB internal memory
card.    I continue to see utility for the N800 so long as its capabilities
can continue to grow!  For example, I have "only" two 8GB cards in my N800,
with an extra 8GB on the side to use in my Nikon Coolpix 11 and to swap into
my Nokia when I want to upload the photos to Google or something.    It
seems to me that the N800 can be useful for a long time to come as the
storage disks get larger, faster, and cheaper.

On Fri, Jul 24, 2009 at 2:22 PM, Fernando Cassia <fcassia at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Fri, Jul 24, 2009 at 3:25 PM, David Greaves<david at dgreaves.com> wrote:
> > Fernando Cassia wrote:
> >> On Fri, Jul 24, 2009 at 9:56 AM, sean<tech.junk at myfairpoint.net> wrote:
> >>>        I have an N800 running Diablo with a 32GB internal memory card
> and I am
> >>> thinking of installing Mer to the card,
> >> What is the minimum SD card size to install Mer ?
> >>
> >> It's funny but nowhere on the project page I can find the system
> >> requirements, particularly storage...
> >
> > http://wiki.maemo.org/Mer/About
> >
> > Frequently Asked Questions
> > *  Can I install it on an internal/external SD card? (how big?)
> >
> > Yes! It needs about 1Gb of space. The simplest thing is to use an empty
> 2Gb card.
> >
> > :D
> Sorry, I missed that. Thanks for the quick reply.
> > It's a wiki BTW - if you find things confusing then please help.
> Sometimes we're
> > so close to a project it's hard to see it as a newcomer.
> Yes, please change the first line to read "Mer is a new operating
> system for small, mobile touch-screen devices. IT FITS ON 2 2GB SD
> CARD".
> :o)
> The FAQ is too far down.
> Clearly a FAQ should be a different page from About.
> And I have no problem contributing to a Wiki, what ticks me off is
> registering over and over and over again for each separate wiki. The
> wikisphere should design something similar to OpenID. Hey, why not
> enable OpenID? Hence if I have an AIM or GMail account, I can log-in
> without re-registering...
> Of course, I could have registered by now in the time it takes me to
> write this reply, but as someone once said "computer geeks are people
> who can spend a couple of days to code something that saves 4
> seconds".
> FC
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