[Community] New about openphonux production

Michaël Parchet mparchet at sunrise.ch
Fri Nov 22 14:28:19 CET 2013


I fond this article about debianedu


I'm a developer and I dream to compile and run desktop application like 
filezila, libreoffice and other other desktop application with window on 
openphonux smartphone on tablet.

But I understand that there is an arm processor but not intel,

Why not a surface pro clone tablet on linux ?

Why not a linux intel smartphone whith desktop ?

Why not a free intel pocket pc on linux ?

Thanks for your answer

Best regards


Le 18. 11. 13 22:59, Christoph Mair a écrit :
> On Mon, Nov 18, 2013 at 10:42 PM, Parchet Michaël <mparchet at sunrise.ch> wrote:
>> At this moment I work on dolibarr so I need MySQL Apache pho or FileZilla for a eventual server and ownclowd or dropbox for a file cloud storage.
>> I think openphonux can run all this programs. If it's true i.'m very interested for but an openphonux
> Apache and MySQL should run without problems. Just be aware that the
> total memory available is 512MB and therefore you might run into
> problems if you try to host a high traffic site on your phone. I don't
> know how much memory is needed to run a OwnCloud instance nor do I
> know if there is a dropbox client for the ARM architecture. You should
> probably figure this out first.
> Try to find out if your setup would work on a BeagleBoard or the
> Raspberry Pi. If it does, it will probably also run on the gta04
> platform, the Neo900 and other Letux devices.
>> What's news about openphonux production ?
>> When i Will can I by an openphonux ?
>> For the openphonux finances why not a system similar to neo900 website ?
> Right now all available resources are needed to get the Neo900 up and
> running. There will be an announcement on this mailing list when the
> next revision of Letux devices is ready for production, but please
> don't expect this to happen within the next few weeks. All details
> about financing the production will also be announced here (as it
> happened before).
> Best regards,
>    Christoph
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