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== Use newer kernel for testing ==
  
As the 2.6.17 kernel is pretty outdated and openmoko uses 2.6.22 for a long time now, we maybe should use this kernel version for testing, shoudln't we? --[[User:Thomasg|Thomasg]] 16:23, 23 September 2007 (CEST)
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As the 2.6.17 kernel is pretty outdated and openmoko uses 2.6.22 for a long time now, we maybe should use this kernel version for testing, shouldn't we? --[[User:Thomasg|Thomasg]] 16:23, 23 September 2007 (CEST)

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Let it be known that 4Gb microSDHC cards have been announced by more than one company. Apparently these will not be supported by default in microSD devices. Does anyone know if the Neo will support these in theory? Wasp 00:06, 16 February 2007 (CET)

Also 8GB MicroSD cards have now been announced. Would be really nice to know if it's just a driver issue or something more.

How to test

Can we please define repeatable tests? atm I just copy stuff there and back - there is probably more to it. Tested the Sandisk 512 and 1024 cards Johan 22:27, 4 August 2007 (CEST)

Use newer kernel for testing

As the 2.6.17 kernel is pretty outdated and openmoko uses 2.6.22 for a long time now, we maybe should use this kernel version for testing, shouldn't we? --Thomasg 16:23, 23 September 2007 (CEST)

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Let it be known that 4Gb microSDHC cards have been announced by more than one company. Apparently these will not be supported by default in microSD devices. Does anyone know if the Neo will support these in theory? Wasp 00:06, 16 February 2007 (CET)

Also 8GB MicroSD cards have now been announced. Would be really nice to know if it's just a driver issue or something more.

How to test

Can we please define repeatable tests? atm I just copy stuff there and back - there is probably more to it. Tested the Sandisk 512 and 1024 cards Johan 22:27, 4 August 2007 (CEST)

Use newer kernel for testing

As the 2.6.17 kernel is pretty outdated and openmoko uses 2.6.22 for a long time now, we maybe should use this kernel version for testing, shoudln't we? --Thomasg 16:23, 23 September 2007 (CEST)