gnopernicus on openembedded/ARM-based systems

Willem van der Walt wvdwalt at
Wed Dec 6 11:52:48 UTC 2006

I suggest you rather go for Orca or LSR.
You need a very recent version of Gnome to make it worth the trouble.

On Wed, 6 Dec 2006, Andor Demarteau wrote:

> hi people,
> I'm looking for details and information to get gnopernicus working (or if
> this is already done) and/or to install it on the ARM-based system.
> This in first probably with the GPE gnome pocket edition as I suspect it
> to be the best accessible graphical stuff for pda systems.
> I've got 3 different systems lying around here on which I would really
> like to have gnopernicus installed to make them fully accessible.
> (under which are 2 sharp zaurus units which, which some of you may find
> interesting, have a fully intergrated hardware keypad and run linux by
> default).
> Having such units accessible would mean a large level of freedom in
> movement for me and probably others as well.
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