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Further detail on the OpenMoko Freerunner can be found on the following website of [http://www.openmoko.com openmoko] and [http://www.openmoko.com/product.html# freerunner].
 
Further detail on the OpenMoko Freerunner can be found on the following website of [http://www.openmoko.com openmoko] and [http://www.openmoko.com/product.html# freerunner].
  
You can download the software according to the instructions found [http://download.navit-project.org/navit/openmoko/svn/ here].  
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In general you can download the software according to the instructions found in SVN as [http://download.navit-project.org/navit/openmoko/svn/ opkg packages]. You have to add the navit repository (feed), update and install navit with opkg.
  
 
==SHR==
 
==SHR==

Revision as of 06:32, 14 August 2009

An article about navit can be found in the OpenMoko-Wiki]. Further detail on the OpenMoko Freerunner can be found on the following website of openmoko and freerunner.

In general you can download the software according to the instructions found in SVN as opkg packages. You have to add the navit repository (feed), update and install navit with opkg.

SHR

An other option without compiling navit is to follow the instructions in the SHR User Manual of the SHR distribution for your freerunner. SHR is one of the available distributions on your freerunner.

  • You can flash the memory of your freerunner with the SHR distribution and install Navit with the installer opkg
 opkg install navit 

Compiling Navit from Source

I find it useful to use agps, as it will shorten the time to first fix considerably.

you can find the software here .

If you decide to to compile the software on the freerunner itself, don't forget to set the CC flags! :

export CCFLAGS="-march=armv4t -mtune=arm920t"

export CC=`which armv4tl-softfloat-linux-gnueabi-gcc`

./configure

make