[PD] PDA suggestions
amatheso at alcor.concordia.ca
Tue Mar 29 19:45:07 CEST 2005
Quoting derek holzer <derek at x-i.net>:
> hello Alexandre,
> if price is an issue for you then you might consider getting an IPAQ.
> I'm running PDa on a 5000 series IPAQ (5550 to be precise), but you can
> get older ones with slightly different hardware pretty cheap these days.
> See my install notes here:
> Any MIDI you do would have to be over the serial port, but I am sure
> it's possible. Same with the Stamp chip. See here for some stuff on
> external control of PDa:
> I don't know much about the Zaurus ones (except that they're pricey),
> but I think both Guenter and IOhannes have them, so maybe they will give
> a shout out here soon.
> Last thing is that there's probably not much technically preventing PDa
> from being compiled for windoze, so if you can hack that then you could
> run it on the operating system of the beast. ;-)
I had the feeling you would be the first one to reply on this subject ;)
do you run familiar on the Ipaq or is there a better option?
> Alexandre Matheson wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I'm planning to purchace a PDA but have a couple of questions. I will be
> > using PDa on it(http://gige.xdv.org/pages/pd/) so it must have a linux
> > os. I was thinking of geting something from the sharp Zaurus line
> > OpenZaurus.
> > the SL-C3000 would be sweet but the os has not been completely
> > english and is a bit pricey. http://www.bargainpda.com/
> > default.asp?newsID=237
> > the SL C1000 seems to be my best bet
> > I was wondering if midi was available on these devices. Also I would
> > PDa to be able to communicate with a basic stamp.
> derek holzer ::: http://www.umatic.nl
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