Just bought a nanonote ....

David Reyes Samblas Martinez david at tuxbrain.com
Thu Mar 25 18:51:34 EDT 2010


For music player GMU is what you searching for, and is close to be
included in the default distro.
For video playing I supouse we have to work to port Mplayer, it work
on dingo so I guess it should be "easy" to make a port to Ben

2010/3/25 Ron K. Jeffries <rjeffries at gmail.com>:
> Good news: there is a Nokia battery that fits the Nanonote and has
> correct specs. I have lost the model number (that a friend provided),
> shame on me.
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> Somewhere buried on the developers list is a mail I sent with the
> model number when someone (but who was that?) was gathering battery
> information. Maybe someone smarter than me can find that message. I am
> not sure we have a search function for the mail list, unfortunately.
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> On Thu, Mar 25, 2010 at 15:35, Lee Jones <slothpuck at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I've just recently bought a nanonote - actually it arrived only a couple of
>> days ago (it got to me here in the UK very quickly!).
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>> It looks really intresting and useful. The tiny keyboard is quite usable and
>> the screen is bright and clear not fuzzy at all.
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>> Just have a few(!) questions about this device though. I understand that
>> right now this device isn't going to be "like" other devices, so it won't
>> have all fully formed software and soforth. What I am hoping to do with my
>> nanonote is to replace and old Sansa E280 music player.....
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>> Will there be a music and video player for the nanonote at all ? How far
>> along is this? It would be really useful if there was - even better if such
>> a program could record off that internal mic. as well.
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>> Can I get a replacement battery for the nanonote at all? There's nothing
>> wrong with its existing battery :) was just wondering since it looks very
>> similar to a phone battery.
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>> I would try to compile programs for the nanonote but making a makefile and
>> debugging programs is .... a tiny bit beyond me (I'm no programmer!). Is
>> there another way at all to cross-compile?
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>> Any chance of a commodore 64 emulator? :) That would be fun!
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>> Overall the nanonote looks to be a really useful device -- even though there
>> is no wireless this device could potentially replace my old Sansa E280 - the
>> ability to type on that keyboard is a big plus for me :) !
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>> ljones
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