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    Now _thats_ cairo. nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LagunaICE
    Its not dead at all. Actualy its more then alive. All you have to do is check correct homepage
    http://roadnav.sourceforge.net/
    Are you sure that's the same project?

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    Heh.. we keep talking about different projects here. I've never heard of RoadNav. Looks promising, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarasini
    So, is this basically IG for linux? Cuz if it is.... **** WINBLOWS!!!

    Where's my Linux CD?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rafster
    Where's my Linux CD?
    On da net.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheLlama
    On da net.
    HAHA, so is this going to be IG for Linux?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rafster
    HAHA, so is this going to be IG for Linux?
    What is "IG"? Roadster is not just some other application ported to Linux. It has it's own features and functionality. It's just simply "another navigation app".

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    Quote Originally Posted by monkeyBox
    What is "IG"? Roadster is not just some other application ported to Linux. It has it's own features and functionality. It's just simply "another navigation app".
    IG (iGuidance) is the best GPS/Nav app for Windows, and it's the only reason I'm not using Linux for the CarPC...

    If this app is as good as IG, then **** WINDOWS!!!!

    Let me know....

    Peace,

    Rafster

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    Llama have you given any consideration wrt Nav for your upcoming app? It's something I'm having to seriously consider now for SW2 since we traded our car in and won't have the built-in nav anymore. I've been eyeing progress of iG with wine as a possibility...
    Silverwolf 2 is dead.
    Silverwolf 3...?

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    i just downloaded RoadNav and installed pretty easily, even for a linux noob... Now to test the actual functionality
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