TuxMobil News 06/2004
From: Werner Heuser (wehe_at_tuxmobil.org)
Date: Thu, 01 Jul 2004 20:38:44 +0200
the TuxMobil News digest for April 2004 has good news
for Linux PDA, mobile phone and laptop users. Here is an
extract of the most important or most interesting messages.
|=| Jean Tourrilhes "of the Linux Wireless LAN Howto project took some time to
answer a few questions from members at LinuxQuestions.org. Among some of
the more interesting commments was his pick of best and worst
Open Source friendly vendors ..." [SlashDot]. TuxMobil.org has
a new page about Mobile Adhoc Networks - MANETs with Linux.
|=| O2PosTrack is a console-based C++ application for retrieving
position information from a mobile phone as provided by the (German) O2
mobile phone company. It runs on Linux and Mac OS X, has configurable
output streams (CSV file, GNU-Plot data files, etc.) and should work with
all GSM-compatible mobile phones connected via serial link (e.g. IR or
USB-to-serial converter). More GPS software for Linux is listed
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