On 27 January 2011 11:08, Ken Restivo wrote:
Save up. Anything else, you either don't get the full Linux experience
or don't get the full phone experience. Most older phones are not
really "Linux" as we have come to know it - they just run a Linux
kernel and some custom userland. Those that can be modded to take a
Linux kernel can be seriously crippled.
I have a ROKR E8 which I've painfully modded and have it running stuff
like mplayer, so theoretically I can play jack and fluidsynth if the
sound system allows for it. There's a crippled bash shell in it as
well with key-completion, aside from a full-blown text editor which I
have found no use for. There are lots of games system emulators, of
which ScummVM I have run, and I also played Quake II on it. Seriously,
the only useful outcome is mplayer.
The closest to Linux is the N900. Then you have the Androids.
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