October 30th 2010
The MeeGo Project has released the version 1.1 for Intel Atom and ARMv7 for Download. MeeGo is the fusion of Intels Netbook OS Moblin and Nokias Maemo. The new Linux distribution is available with three different Desktops.
The Version User Experience (UX) for Netbooks uses the well known GTK Interface of the Moblin distribution. The variant for In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) is optimized for in car use. The third variant Handset UX is designed for use with mobile phones and internet tablets. Handset UX should work on N900 Nokia mobile phones and is planned to be installed on the new N9 instead of Symbian-OS.
October 26th 2010
Maemo 5 PR1.3 was released on October 25, 2010, together with an update of the SDK for developers. The product version is 20.2010.36-2.
- Qt Mobility API 1.0.2, which is now integrated into the device software.
- Qt Core libraries updated to 4.7.0 version.
- Full OVI-Suite support
I will test it in the next days and tell you about
October 24th 2010
Over time one collects lots of WEP and WPA keys with mobile devices like nokia´s n800 or n810. Often you want to use these keys with other devices or need them after reinstalling the OS.
For maemo based devices like the n800 and the n810 it is quite easy to recover the previously stored wireless keys, since they are stored unencrypted in gconf. Just open an xterm and enter the following line:
gconftool-2 -R /system/osso/connectivity/IAP |egrep ‘(pass|name|wlan_wepkey)’
The output you get is a list containing all wireless keys and network names you stored on the device. Note that the output contains the key first and the network name is being displayed a line below the corresponding key.