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  • MeeGo IVI SDK

    Folks,

    Is there a IVI SDK? I only can find it for network and hand-held at http://wiki.meego.com/Getting_starte...eeGo_SDK_Image

    Thanks,
    Duesentrieb

  • #2
    Originally posted by Duesentrieb View Post
    Folks,

    Is there a IVI SDK? I only can find it for network and hand-held at http://wiki.meego.com/Getting_starte...eeGo_SDK_Image

    Thanks,
    Duesentrieb
    You should be able to use the handset sdk. But if you are developing an app, I find it easier to just develop using Qt on something like qt creator.
    Former author of LinuxICE, nghost, nobdy.
    Current author of Automotive Message Broker (AMB).
    Works on Tizen IVI. Does not represent anyone or anything but himself.

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    • #3
      Thanks tripzero,

      I am completely new in this field.

      So what I understand is that MeeGo is a fast, slim Linux Distribution with his own XServer. The Management of the windows is depended on the device because there are other needs at a IVI then a TV or Notebook.

      Right?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Duesentrieb View Post
        Thanks tripzero,

        I am completely new in this field.

        So what I understand is that MeeGo is a fast, slim Linux Distribution with his own XServer. The Management of the windows is depended on the device because there are other needs at a IVI then a TV or Notebook.

        Right?
        MeeGo is designed to be a very fast Linux distro for mobile devices such as netbooks, handsets, tablets and vehicle systems. Unlike Android, it's more akin to standard Linux distributions in the sense that it has X, and can run standard Linux applications. This makes it attractive to developers who are used to developing applications using standard tools and in standard languages that they already know and use. MeeGo-core should be more or less the same for all devices with a different "UX" (user experience) on top tailored to the requirements of the device (ie, a different UI for netbook, handset or tablet)

        I'm actually really impressed with how the community has picked up meego and run. There is active community effort on getting meego running on the n900, beagleboard and igep and I've seen initial community work for running meego on the nexus one and dell streak. That's not bad for a project that's less than a year old and hasn't yet had a stable release for those mobile device verticals.
        Former author of LinuxICE, nghost, nobdy.
        Current author of Automotive Message Broker (AMB).
        Works on Tizen IVI. Does not represent anyone or anything but himself.

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        • #5
          Thanks,

          this sounds really great.

          In Switzerland I was driving a BMW 740i with GPS, TV, DSP etc. I always thought this should be a linux computer, so i could do what I want.

          Here we go

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