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So any chances that this will be available for the non-cas ever?
what o.odo you mean you are making linux for the TI-nspire?
Wow awesome o_OComing from such a talented developer as you are, you will surely get some more people interested and I truly hope this is going to be a great step towards ... a new world ?(also, you should modify the topic title to make it more attractive )EDIT : cross-posted/newsed on tiplanetbtw tangrs : you're using XCode for nspire dev too ?
Quote from: aeTIos on October 02, 2012, 06:40:50 amSo any chances that this will be available for the non-cas ever?I believe that's not a problem (However, CX is probably a pre-requisite)
Extremely interesting Of course you should upload the source code (of the kernel, device tree definitions, U-Boot, etc.) somewhere in public, tangrs Note that a Linux port for the Clickpad series would be even much more interesting than a port for the CX series, because on the Clickpad series, it is certainly possible to install Linux permanently (because it is definitely possible to change the contents of the boot1), and thereby be completely free of whatever lockdown TI will try - and fail, as usual - to put forth (instead of embracing developers and making its calculator more useful as a result) And indeed, CAS vs. non-CAS (especially on the CX, which does not have interchangeable keyboards) is, for all practical purposes, only a difference of several bits in the ASIC ("CAS bit" and two leading hex digits of the product ID), as shown by RunOS (never released, in 2010) and OSLauncher (independently reimplemented, and released, in 2011).
I wonder, however, if we'll need OSLauncher to run this?
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