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#10226 10-Nov-2006 22:26
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Hi all i'm new to geekzone but i need experts help. I want to configure my Nokia 6680 with Linux Fedora Redhat version but i am not able to do so . If any one guide me step by step instruction with Graphics i really appreciate that persons effort . Plz do this favour

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#51940 10-Nov-2006 23:53
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Are you sure this can be done? I've never heard of Linux for this kind of hardware. Are you thinking of the Nokia 770?





 

 

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  #51942 10-Nov-2006 23:55
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Yeah you will never install a desktop distro of linux on a mobile phone....

 
 
 
 


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  #51945 11-Nov-2006 02:32
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when you say 'configure' do you mean

a. you want to install it on your phone (to run as your phones OS, and wipe out the existing)
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b. connect your phone to a fedora PC?

option a. cant be done, and what do you want to acheive with option b. that you couldnt do with a memory card or blutooth?







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#52027 12-Nov-2006 03:04
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the option is B, i want to configure with my desktop pc which has linux version and i want to acess internet through GPRS via my nokia 6680 . Help me

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  #52043 12-Nov-2006 08:44
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And this would be via Bluetooth? I think you can find some references on Google.







 

 

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