A few months ago I posted about Mamona Platform on BeagleBoard. That rootfs was based on OMAP3430SDP with some hacks. A few questions about Mamona on Beagleboard have been sent and I want to say sorry for my delay. I’ve been working hard on internal projects at INdT.
Last week I worked to create BeagleBoard machine in Mamona. Not a hard work! Considering that Mamona is OE based then most patches came from OE and just small changes were necessary to boot up a basic Mamona rootfs. The current development is available on mamona.git branch mamona_beagle. Below you can see a small demo and some pictures.
Yesterday I created the project on BeagleBoard website.
A few days ago I synchronized Evolution with my N95 phone. It was possible because I found a tutorial/post from Ubuntu Forum that helped me a lot.
Thanks to HyRax!
A few weeks ago I got my new N95-8G and I want to talk about some applications that I’m using.
First of all, I talk about the Bar Code Reader. It’s nice application already installed in your N95-8G phone. Look at the video below to have more details.
Inigma’s web interface is a good option to create 2D codes. I’ll share the URL of applications using this method.
* Google applications for S60
* Sharing pictures
I was using Picasa web to share my pictures, but it’s little difficult to upload pictures using GNU/Linux and it’s not possible with N95. Flickr applications for GNU/Linux and N95 are better than Picasa. Now, I’m using Flickr.
 – http://bestofn95.wordpress.com/category/mobile-applications/
 – http://www.i-nigma.com/personal/Create.asp
 – http://semacode.com/past/2008/1/8/great_free_software_freeware_for/