[maemo-users] N800 as a Business Productivity Tool

From: Laurent GUERBY laurent at guerby.net
Date: Sun Feb 18 19:00:14 EET 2007
On Fri, 2007-02-16 at 17:09 -0500, Acadia Secure Networks wrote:
> If I had had some of the standard network tools installed on the N800
> (e.g. ping, and perhaps even nmap) I could have performed further
> diagnostic testing of the broadband router EVDO network connection
> (e.g. to confirm that the firewall was enabled and working correctly).

This is filed here:

>         The bluetooth Icon should remain in the system tray (or
>         whatever it is called) even when Bluetooth is turned off. Or
>         at lest the option to configure it to do so should be made a
>         configuration option for the tablet-top. This would make it
>         faster to toggle the bluetooth receive on and off if there is
>         a difficult pairing situation with another balky bluetooth
>         device.

This is filed here:

nmap is available from here:

Note that I use openvpn + vncviewer on my N800 to control my desktop from
anywhere, it is useful if you need to do complex things (eg: for complex sites the N800 
does not display, or to access my evolution mail client).

Hope this helps,


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