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BLibrestez Robotics Software Library Project
This project intends to port the "Android Open Source Project "on the Samsung Galaxy GT-i7500. We are working with the Eclair 2.1 branch of the Android Open Source Project. This project use modified framework, core and settings from Cyanogen.
OB2CANob is the software side of an OBD2 capable scantool with CAN on board. The software is a small operating system for Freescale 9S12X processors, that can of course be used for other handheld projects using a graphical LCD, keypad and SD-card.
The main goal of this project is to provide open source alternative to proprietary operating system used in Motorola p2k mobile phones(not smartphones).
PAiPodLinux is a modified version of ipodlinux, it aims to be a usable platform for Pro Audio Recording, it has no games or extra stuff, it runs on GEN 3 iPods. PAiPodLinux is based on the work done at the ipodlinux project, and much credit goes to them.
The Open2x project exists to provide an open source resource for the GP2X handheld console based on the MagicEyes MMSP2 processing platform and MP2520F SoC. The project hosts Linux kernel source for the GP2X, boot loader (U-Boot) source and more.
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patches for inferno operation system (http://code.google.com/p/inferno-os/) to allow it run on openmoko open-source mobile phone (http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Main_Page) .