intro + quickest path to demo'ing nanonote

Zeartul zeartul at
Mon Nov 30 06:02:23 EST 2009 <- here's a list
of games I've ported and that had been tested and are known to work.

If you have any problems with finding the datafiles, or with running
the games, please contact me on irc: #qi-hardware at

2009/11/30 Xiangfu Liu <xiangfu at>:
> Hi Jon Phillips
> here is the quake compile by Zear
> ----PC----
> wget
> tar jxvf Quakux.tar.bz2
> (plug your Ben NanoNote to your pc)
> (change the root password by input "passwd" on Ben)
> sudo ifconfig usb0
> scp -r Quakux root at
> (enter the password)
> ----Device----
> cd /root/Quakux
> ./sdlquake
> Jon Phillips wrote:
>> Hi all, I'm rejon: from early days of OpenMoko,
>> Creative Commons (, and now also
>> You know, I'm into all aspects of Qi? The hardware, the software and
>> getting the qi flowing into as many devices as possible.
>> First off, I'm curious if anyone has the quickest path, or a url to
>> the quickest path to demo'ing something like quake or doom on the lil
>> nanonote? While showing off the device with just commandline is cool,
>> still running a game speaks somehow louder to the common man or a mom
>> ;)
>> Let me know please, point out a url, or even better drop some
>> knowledge on the public wiki so that I can install a package or
>> reflash my nanonote to show off all that is possible here at FOSS.IN
>> in Bangalore over DEC 1 - 5.
>> Cheers!
>> Jon
> --
> Xiangfu Liu
> Email: xiangfu at qi-hardware dot com
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