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    Here's a couple of teaser pics from eubey's latest design this time, targeted at meego:



    Former author of LinuxICE, nghost, nobdy.
    Current author of Automotive Message Broker (AMB).
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  • #2
    when is meego gonna go? lololo

    Seriously though, I'd love to see an almost instant on carOS!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by SapporoGuy View Post
      Seriously though, I'd love to see an almost instant on carOS!
      Regular MeeGo will never be instant on but check this out:
      http://hothardware.com/News/Splashto...IntelNokia-OS/
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      • #4
        Originally posted by SapporoGuy View Post
        when is meego gonna go? lololo

        Seriously though, I'd love to see an almost instant on carOS!
        I've got meego handset installed on my carpc with nobdy and meegobd. Working on getting bluemonkey ported. I'll make a video when it actually goes in the car.

        MeeGo handset has a music player, but it must be compiled from source at the moment. There's ideas being thrown around for a more IVI specific media player.

        Also, my carpc is about as instant on as you can get. I have yet to try it, but I plan on having my carpc scale down to 125MHz and turn off the dvi port (display) when I'm away from the car. When proximity detects I'm nearing my car, or the ignition goes on, it'll scale back up to fast and turn back on the display. It's faster than resuming from sleep. It's also not possible with today's x86 based mini-itx machines.
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        • #5
          Here's my boot experience (with somewhat older setup)

          From key turn to OS - 40 seconds
          Which breaks down thus:

          18 seconds before power is applied to motherboard
          16 seconds for BIOS check/GRUB/Select IVI (dual boot system)
          6 seconds to load IVI

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