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<big>'''Witaj na publicznym Wiki projektu Openmoko'''</big><br>
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<DIV ALIGN=center><big>'''[[Openmoko]]™ - Open. Mobile. Free.'''</big><br></DIV>
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To miejsce ma być ewoluującym, pełnym źródłem wiedzy o rozwoju [[Neo1973]] -- telefonu typu Smartphone GSM+[[Hardware:AGPS|AGPS]] Smartphone wraz z [[Openmoko]]. Celem jest zespołowe poprawianie i aktualizowanie informacji na tej stronie.
 
  
== Wprowadzenie ==
 
  
* [[Introduction/pl|Wstęp]] - Czym jest Openmoko.
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==<font color=75d806>Introduction to Openmoko</font>==
** [[Introduction#Photos|Zdjęcia]]
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** [[Introduction#Videos|Filmy]]
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* [[FAQ | Najczęściej Zadawane Pytania (En)]] ([[FAQ/ru|Ru]])
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== Zasoby Projektu ==
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{{mainpage}}
* [[Development resources]] - Opisuje zasoby (listy, svn,&nbsp;...)
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** [[Development resources#Mailing_Lists|Listy mailingowe]]
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** [[Development resources#Wiki|Wiki]]
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** [[Development resources#Bugzilla|Bugzilla]]
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** [[Development resources#IRC|IRC]]
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** [[Development resources#SVN|svn + svnweb]]
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** [[Development resources#Projects|projekty]]
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== Dokumentacja programisty ==
 
  
=== Kursy na początek ===
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[[Image:OpenmokoFramework08.png|250px|left|Openmoko Software Stack|thumb]]
* [[Getting Started with your Neo1973|Początek przygody z Neo1973]]
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* [[MokoMakefile|Kompilacja Openmoko przy użyciu MokoMakefile]]
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* [[Building Openmoko from scratch (pre-BBT)|Kompilacja Openmoko od zera (pre-BBT)]]
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* [[Migration to bad block tolerant builds|Migracja na wersje tolerujące błędne sektory na dysku]]
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* [[Getting Openmoko working on host with Xoo|Jak uruchomić Openmoko na maszynie z Xoo]]
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=== Hardware Reference Documentation ===
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[[Openmoko]]™ born as an [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_source Open Source] project under  [[License| GPL and LGPL license]] and dedicated to delivering an open software stack on mobile platforms, shipped its first product, the Neo 1973, on July 9 2007; and then, turned the project into a start-up company with one aim: create great mobile products using the Openmoko stack: Open. Mobile. Free.
  
* All [[:Category:Hardware | Hardware]] related documentation and specifications
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The [[NeoSoftwareStack|Openmoko stack]], which includes a full [[Host-based development with Xoo and Xephyr|X server]], allows users and developers to transform mobile hardware platforms into unique products. Our licence gives developers and users freedom from the "iron to the eyeballs," freedom to cosmetically customize their device or radically remix it;  change the wallpaper or rebuild the entire house! It grants them the freedom, for example, to transform a phone into a medical device or point of sale device or the freedom to simply install their own favorite software. Beyond freeing the software on our devices we have also released our CAD files under Creative Commons ShareAlike. By freeing the software under GPL, we enable the community of FOSS developers to "make it new." By freeing the [http://downloads.openmoko.org/CAD/ CAD] files we give industrial designers and engineers this same opportunity.
* [[:Category:Neo1973 Hardware | Neo1973 Hardware]] - Overview about the Components we use, PCB Photographs
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** [[Disassembling Neo1973]] - A photo story about disassembling the hardware
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* [[Debug Board]] - The Debug Board for the Neo1973
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** [[Connecting Neo1973 with Debug Board v2]]
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* [[QT2410]] - A S3C2410 development board that we used during early development
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=== Software Reference Documentation ===
 
* Architectural
 
** [[OpenmokoFramework]] - The Openmoko Application Framework
 
* Host utilities
 
** [[dfu-util]] - A [[USB DFU]] (Device Firmware Update) host program
 
** [[devirginator]] - A set of scripts to re-program the entire device
 
** [[sjf2410-linux]] - a JTAG NAND flashing program, last-resort phone un-bricking
 
** [[s3c2410_boot_usb]] - a program for transferring code to the RAM of QT2410 (not Neo1973)
 
** [[Toolchain]] - The toolchain we use for compilation
 
** [[Neo1973 OpenOCD]] - The On-Chip Debugger we use for development
 
** [[OpenEmbedded]] - The distribution building framework
 
* Device Software
 
** Low-Level
 
*** [[u-boot]] - The bootloader we use, including docs to our modifications
 
*** [[kernel]] - The Linux Kernel we use, including docs to our modifications
 
** Userspace
 
*** [[gsmd]] - the GSM daemon managing the GSM Modem
 
*** [[gpsd]] - the AGPS (Assisted GPS) daemon
 
*** [[Openmoko]] - The Openmoko distribution
 
**** [[Openmoko2007]] - The first intended release of it
 
**** [[Userspace root image]]
 
  
==== User Interface Related ====
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* [[Look & Feel]]
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==<font color=75d806>Openmoko Products</font>==
* [[Applications]]
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* [[Widgets]]
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** [[Widget Inheritance Graph]]
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=== Misc. Development Related ===
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[[Image:Freerunner02.gif|thumb|150px]]
* [[Templates]]
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The first Openmoko product, the [[Neo 1973]], sold exclusively through [http://www.openmoko.com/store.html Openmoko Online Shop]. It sold out in early February 2008.
* [[PIM Storage]]
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* [[Coding Guidelines]]
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* [[How to run Openmoko Apps on PC]]
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* [[Openmoko#Setting_up_an_Openmoko_SDK|How to setup the Openmoko SDK]]
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* [[License]] - How we license our code
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* [[Development resources]] - Describes the resources (lists, svn, ...)
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* [[Neo1973 Phase 0]] -- Information for Phase 0 device owners
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== Administrative / Organizational ==
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Openmoko started selling the Neo FreeRunner (GTA02), the second generation of Neo, on July 3, 2008. Add your nickname to those interested buying the Neo FreeRunner at [[Buying_Interest_List|Buying Interest List]]. Also, look for a group to buy with at [[GroupSales]] for a discount and extra goodies.  If you've just received your FreeRunner, check out [[Getting Started with your Neo FreeRunner]] for tips.
  
* [[Shipping Notes]] - Information to help FIC how to ship products to you
 
* [[My Account]] - Ideas for what sort of account based services FIC should provide with the phone.
 
  
== Miscellaneous ==
 
* [[Neo1973 and Windows]] - If you want to commit that offence ;)
 
* [[Press Coverage]] - What the press says about the Openmoko project
 
* [[mFAQ]] - The Openmoko Misinformation FAQ ('''mFAQ''') - What the press '''''incorrectly''''' says about the Openmoko project
 
* [[Wish List]] - A collection of ideas and ideals we'd like to see implemented some day
 
* [[Wish List - Hardware]] - A collection of ideas we'd like to see in the next Neo release
 
* [[Media Content]] - What types of media on the device can we use (that is non-software)?
 
* [[Testimonials]] - How did you get to Openmoko?
 
* [[Buying Interest List]] - (Not official and not a pre-order page) Have you have put money aside for Neo1973? Put your nick here.
 
* [[Style Sheet]] - The '''''correct''''' way to spell Openmoko and other words
 
* [[iPhone]] -  Comparison between Apple iPhone and FIC Neo1973
 
* [[Translation]] -  Translation of Openmoko
 
  
== FIC / Openmoko at Events ==
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==<font color=75d806>Join Openmoko development</font>==
  
* [http://pingwinaria.linux.org.pl/PLUG/imprezy/pingwinaria/2007/agenda Pingwinaria 2007] - Krynica, Poland - 15-18 March 2007 - Tomasz Zieliński will give a talk about Openmoko and Marcin Juszkiewicz will talk about OpenEmbedded
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* [http://fostel2007.fostel.org/index.php/Main_Page FOSTEL] - Paris, France - 4-5 April 2007 - Sean Moss-Pultz will be there
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===<font color=white>Developer </font>===
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* [[Toolchain|toolchain usage]]
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* <font color=white>VMware</font>
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* [[Python|python intro]]
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* [[Openmoko under QEMU]]  
  
===Past Events===
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===<font color=white>System Integration and customizing a distribution</font>===
* [[FOSDEM]] - Brussels, Belgium - 23 to 25 Februari 2007
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* [[OpenEmbedded|OE-The distribution building framework]]
* [[ETel]] - Tuesday, February 27 through Thursday, March 1, 2007, near San Francisco
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* [[MokoMakefile|Building Openmoko using the MokoMakefile ]]
* [http://www.linuxforum.dk/2007/ Linux Forum] - Copenhagen Denmark. 2.-3. March 2007. [http://www.linuxforum.dk/2007/program/saturday/Martin_Hansen.shtml Presentation] about Openmoko on Saturday by Martin Hansen and Ole Tange.
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* [[Opkg|Opkg]]
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===<font color=white>Low level / system development</font>===
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* <font color=white>Low-Level</font>
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* [[u-boot]]  <font color=white>-The bootloader we use, including docs to our modifications</font>
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* [[kernel]]  <font color=white>-The Linux Kernel we use, including docs to our modifications</font>
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* [[gsmd]] <font color=white> -the GSM daemon managing the GSM Modem</font>
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* [[agpsd]] <font color=white>-the AGPS (Assisted GPS) daemon</font>
  
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===<font color=white>Test</font>===
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*[[Test Cases]]
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<font color=white> ※</font> [[:Category: Test |  See More About Test]]
  
* [[Basic End-user]] - Information for end users that want basic functionality and no surprises
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===<font color=white>Emulation</font>===
* [[Advanced End-user]] - Information for advanced end-users that want advanced and experimental functionality but who are not programmers
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*[[Getting Openmoko working on host with Xephyr]]
* [[Application Developer]] - Information for application developers including ideas and specifications for applications, and tools to build them
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*[[Test_Openmoko Emulation with chroot image]]
* [[System Developer]] - Information for the system developer including bootloader, kernel, and libraries
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===<font color=white>Publish your project===
* [[Hardware Developer]] - Information for the hardware developer including hardware specs, and debug board
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*[[CommunityRepository|Publish Your Project]]
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== Getting started with this wiki ==
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==<font color=75d806>Openmoko community</font>==
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Anyone can join the Openmoko project and contribute to designing open products.  Join us and collaborate through any of the [[Development resources | project resources]], including this Openmoko Wiki. See the [[Help:Contents | wiki editing help]]page for information on making contributions to this wiki.
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You can start by using the [[introduction]] page, photos, videos and Openmoko Wiki Official Index Page. As always, the usual [[FAQ | Frequently Asked Questions]] (FAQ),  [http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/| mailing list] pages and [[Discussion_Forums| Discussion Forums]] are helpful.
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==<font color=white>In News</font>==
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*[[Getting Started with your Neo FreeRunner]]
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*[[ASU Feature Plan]]
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*[[CommunityRepository|Share your project]]
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*[[GroupSales]]
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*[[Why Openmoko|Why Openmoko is best: A Comparative Look]]
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==<font color=white>Snapshot</font>==
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*<font color=white>You can always download the latest build here.</font>
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** <font color=white>For FreeRunner </font>[http://buildhost.openmoko.org/daily/freerunner/ http://buildhost.openmoko.org/daily/freerunner/]
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** <font color=white>For Neo 1973 the link is</font> [http://buildhost.openmoko.org/daily/neo1973/ http://buildhost.openmoko.org/daily/neo1973/]
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** <font color=white>Tools , like dfu-util and openocd :</font>[http://buildhost.openmoko.org/daily/tools/ http://buildhost.openmoko.org/daily/tools/]
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*<font color=white>Reviews of the daily snapshot build are [[Snapshot_review|here]] and the recommended kernel and root image from the review will always be available [http://downloads.openmoko.org/recommended/ here].</font>
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<font color=white>Note that the recommended set is not always the latest, but is the most stable, reliable, and functional.</font>
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==<font color=white> Community Update</font>==
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<font color=white>For the latest status updates, see [[Community_Updates|Community Updates]]</font>
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<font color=ffffff> ※</font>[[:Category:Community|  See More About Community...]]
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==<font color=white>Get the overview of wiki</font>==
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*<font color=white>To get the overview of Openmoko Wiki, see [[Openmoko Wiki Official Index Page]].</font>
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==<font color=white>Events</font>==
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*[[Summer of Code 2008]]
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*[[Openmoko Education/zh tw]]
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*[[Events:FOSDEM 2008]]
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*[[OpenLab]]
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<font color=ffffff> ※</font>[[:Category:Event|  See More About Event...]]
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==<font color=75d806>Getting started with Openmoko Wiki</font>==
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The Openmoko Wiki is open. Everyone can join. You'll find information including: hardware and software documentation, bug lists, community news of Openmoko and much more. Join our wiki, edit the wiki, contribute valued content, and help others. For the full picture of Openmoko Wiki, please visit the [[Openmoko Wiki Official Index Page|Openmoko Wiki Official Index Page]]. 
  
 
* Please read our [[Openmoko Wiki Editing Guidelines]]
 
* Please read our [[Openmoko Wiki Editing Guidelines]]
 
* [http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Configuration_settings Configuration settings list]
 
* [http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Configuration_settings Configuration settings list]
 
* [http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Help:Wikitext_reference MediaWiki Wikitext Reference]
 
* [http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Help:Wikitext_reference MediaWiki Wikitext Reference]
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* If you add a new page, you can reference the [[Openmoko Wiki Categories Index Page|Openmoko Wiki Categories Index Page]] to put your page on the right category.
 
* [http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:FAQ MediaWiki FAQ]
 
* [http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:FAQ MediaWiki FAQ]
  
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Openmoko™ - Open. Mobile. Free.



Introduction to Openmoko

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Openmoko Software Stack

Openmoko™ born as an Open Source project under GPL and LGPL license and dedicated to delivering an open software stack on mobile platforms, shipped its first product, the Neo 1973, on July 9 2007; and then, turned the project into a start-up company with one aim: create great mobile products using the Openmoko stack: Open. Mobile. Free.

The Openmoko stack, which includes a full X server, allows users and developers to transform mobile hardware platforms into unique products. Our licence gives developers and users freedom from the "iron to the eyeballs," freedom to cosmetically customize their device or radically remix it; change the wallpaper or rebuild the entire house! It grants them the freedom, for example, to transform a phone into a medical device or point of sale device or the freedom to simply install their own favorite software. Beyond freeing the software on our devices we have also released our CAD files under Creative Commons ShareAlike. By freeing the software under GPL, we enable the community of FOSS developers to "make it new." By freeing the CAD files we give industrial designers and engineers this same opportunity.


Openmoko Products

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Freerunner02.gif

The first Openmoko product, the Neo 1973, sold exclusively through Openmoko Online Shop. It sold out in early February 2008.

Openmoko started selling the Neo FreeRunner (GTA02), the second generation of Neo, on July 3, 2008. Add your nickname to those interested buying the Neo FreeRunner at Buying Interest List. Also, look for a group to buy with at GroupSales for a discount and extra goodies. If you've just received your FreeRunner, check out Getting Started with your Neo FreeRunner for tips.


Join Openmoko development

Developer Guides Test / Emulation and share project

Developer

System Integration and customizing a distribution

Low level / system development

  • Low-Level
  • u-boot -The bootloader we use, including docs to our modifications
  • kernel -The Linux Kernel we use, including docs to our modifications
  • gsmd -the GSM daemon managing the GSM Modem
  • agpsd -the AGPS (Assisted GPS) daemon

Test

See More About Test

Emulation

Publish your project

Openmoko community

Anyone can join the Openmoko project and contribute to designing open products. Join us and collaborate through any of the project resources, including this Openmoko Wiki. See the wiki editing helppage for information on making contributions to this wiki.

You can start by using the introduction page, photos, videos and Openmoko Wiki Official Index Page. As always, the usual Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), mailing list pages and Discussion Forums are helpful.

In News Community & Events

In News

Snapshot

Note that the recommended set is not always the latest, but is the most stable, reliable, and functional.

Community Update

For the latest status updates, see Community Updates

See More About Community...

Get the overview of wiki

Events

See More About Event...


Getting started with Openmoko Wiki

The Openmoko Wiki is open. Everyone can join. You'll find information including: hardware and software documentation, bug lists, community news of Openmoko and much more. Join our wiki, edit the wiki, contribute valued content, and help others. For the full picture of Openmoko Wiki, please visit the Openmoko Wiki Official Index Page.

See More About Help

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Openmoko™ - Open. Mobile. Free.



Introduction to Openmoko

Template:Mainpage


Openmoko Software Stack

Openmoko™ born as an Open Source project under GPL and LGPL license and dedicated to delivering an open software stack on mobile platforms, shipped its first product, the Neo 1973, on July 9 2007; and then, turned the project into a start-up company with one aim: create great mobile products using the Openmoko stack: Open. Mobile. Free.

The Openmoko stack, which includes a full X server, allows users and developers to transform mobile hardware platforms into unique products. Our licence gives developers and users freedom from the "iron to the eyeballs," freedom to cosmetically customize their device or radically remix it; change the wallpaper or rebuild the entire house! It grants them the freedom, for example, to transform a phone into a medical device or point of sale device or the freedom to simply install their own favorite software. Beyond freeing the software on our devices we have also released our CAD files under Creative Commons ShareAlike. By freeing the software under GPL, we enable the community of FOSS developers to "make it new." By freeing the CAD files we give industrial designers and engineers this same opportunity.


Openmoko Products

Template:Bar

Freerunner02.gif

The first Openmoko product, the Neo 1973, sold exclusively through Openmoko Online Shop. It sold out in early February 2008.

Openmoko started selling the Neo FreeRunner (GTA02), the second generation of Neo, on July 3, 2008. Add your nickname to those interested buying the Neo FreeRunner at Buying Interest List. Also, look for a group to buy with at GroupSales for a discount and extra goodies. If you've just received your FreeRunner, check out Getting Started with your Neo FreeRunner for tips.


Join Openmoko development

Developer Guides Test / Emulation and share project

Developer

System Integration and customizing a distribution

Low level / system development

  • Low-Level
  • u-boot -The bootloader we use, including docs to our modifications
  • kernel -The Linux Kernel we use, including docs to our modifications
  • gsmd -the GSM daemon managing the GSM Modem
  • agpsd -the AGPS (Assisted GPS) daemon

Test

See More About Test

Emulation

Publish your project

Openmoko community

Anyone can join the Openmoko project and contribute to designing open products. Join us and collaborate through any of the project resources, including this Openmoko Wiki. See the wiki editing helppage for information on making contributions to this wiki.

You can start by using the introduction page, photos, videos and Openmoko Wiki Official Index Page. As always, the usual Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), mailing list pages and Discussion Forums are helpful.

In News Community & Events

In News

Snapshot

Note that the recommended set is not always the latest, but is the most stable, reliable, and functional.

Community Update

For the latest status updates, see Community Updates

See More About Community...

Get the overview of wiki

Events

See More About Event...


Getting started with Openmoko Wiki

The Openmoko Wiki is open. Everyone can join. You'll find information including: hardware and software documentation, bug lists, community news of Openmoko and much more. Join our wiki, edit the wiki, contribute valued content, and help others. For the full picture of Openmoko Wiki, please visit the Openmoko Wiki Official Index Page.

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