jamie at postlude.co.uk
Mon Dec 20 10:58:32 CET 2004
I have a student who wants to start using this. Can you recommend a few
PDAs that are known to work with PDa?
On Fri, 2004-12-17 at 11:03, =?X-UNKNOWN?Q?g=FCnter_geiger?= wrote:
> On Thu, 16 Dec 2004, roc wrote:
> > what's the current state of gg's PDA?
> > what is the most reliable machine for this?
> > what about documentation? (gige.xdv.org/ is down, right?)
> yes, gige.xdv.org is down. You can get the files temporarily from
> No docs, mainly because I don't know what kind of problems people have
> with the software (and because of lack of time and focus). I, myself, had
> different kind of problems when installing it on different machines. I am
> planning to set up a new website with a FAQ for PDa.
> Theoretically you just have to install the ipkg and it will work,
> practically this will only work on few systems.
> I know from two persons that they got it running (Johannes was using the
> old version at pd convention and pi sent me an update to the makefile
> once ...).
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