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Re: Linux friendly smartphones?

*The* "Linux-friendly" phone would be the openmoko Neo Freerunner.  The 
keyboard is only touch screen, but you should still check it out if you 
are looking for "Linux friendly."


You may want to look at the HTC-G1.  Portions of Android are built on 
the Linux kernel, there are a ton of apps (most of them free), and it 
has a built in keyboard.



Wolfgang wrote:
> Does anyone know of any Linux friendly smartphones that have a hard 
> keyboard, I would like it to be easy to install new apps and be easy 
> to get apps for like Windows Mobile platform, but the only way I know 
> of getting Windows Mobile to work in Linux involves virtual machines. 
> -- 
> "You must control your future by taking command of your present, and 
> fixing and learning from your past."
> "When history is forgotten people don't realize when it repeats."

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