Check out http://www.trolltech.com/products/qtopia

Best regards,

On 5/4/07, Jeff Sadowski < jeff.sadowski@gmail.com> wrote:
linux on the gumstix would be perfect you should look into linux
versions that ppl install on other pda's for ideas. but the way
gumstix is comming looks like it would be pretty easy to make a pda
using gumstix's (slitely modifies busybox's)buildroot. look into
garfiti and other projects related to pda's

On 5/4/07, Jason Wozniak <jjwoznia@oakland.edu> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
>
> This is my first time using a mailing list. I am an engineering student
> and I am planning on building a PDA device as a hobby project using
> Gumstix. Has anyone compiled and used opie or gpe on their gumstix? I am
> planning on using the Sony PSP screen w/ touch screen for the device.
> Has anyone experimented with PalmOS on their devices? The goals of my
> device are that of a umpc, but using an ARM platform and without the
> necessity of Bluetooth, wifi, or gsm/gprs. If I am successful, then I
> will build a second device using wireless connectivity and possibly GPS.
> Here is a list of the things the device must be able to do in order from
> most important to last:
>
>     * Pim applications: calendar, contacts, etc.
>     * Voice Recording: My current PDA has a "hard" button on the device
>       to initiate recording, that is how I would like to keep it.
>     * Media: listen to music through something like xmms, simple but
>       functional; watch movies with mplayer or vlc
>     * Games: stuff that you would find on a small device like the GP2x
>       or the PSP; side scrollers, emulators, etc. 3d is not included in
>       the list.
>
> Has anyone built a device like this on their own with Gumstix? I am not
> worried about size, I will do that step in the design process after I
> stabilize the internals of the device. And frankly, I don't mind
> carrying a 2 pound device, it's just two pounds, that's a meal for a guy
> like me!!! :)  Space and weight saving can be a goal of the second
> device. Creating a running device is more important to me. It will be
> battery driven, but the type of battery I place in the design will be
> based on power consumption and ease of integration. If I had to, I would
> use my rechargeable AA's from Energizer that I use in my point and shoot
> camera. Any insight would be awesome. Thank you all for your time.
>
> Regards,
> Jason Wozniak
> jjwoznia@oakland.edu
>
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