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comp.sys.hp48 FAQ : 1 of 4 - Common Questions

comp.sys.hp48 FAQ : 4 of 4 - Best Programs and Where to Get Them (At MIT)
comp.sys.hp48 FAQ : 4 of 4 - Best Programs and Where to Get Them (At faqs.org)
comp.sys.hp48 FAQ : 3 of 4 - Appendices (At MIT)
comp.sys.hp48 FAQ : 3 of 4 - Appendices (At faqs.org)
ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/faqs/hp/hp48-faq/part1 (At MIT)
comp.sys.hp48 FAQ : 2 of 4 - Hardware, Programs, and Programming (At MIT)
comp.sys.hp48 FAQ : 2 of 4 - Hardware, Programs, and Programming (At faqs.org)

comp.sys.palmtops HP100LX Frequently Asked Questions

ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/faqs/hp/palmtops-faq (At MIT)

comp.sys.newton.misc Frequently Asked Questions

ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/faqs/palmtops/newton/faq (At MIT)

PSION Series 3/3a palmtop FAQ part 1/6

At faqs.org part 2/6  part 3/6  part 4/6  part 5/6  part 6/6 
At MIT part 1/6  part 2/6  part 3/6  part 4/6  part 5/6  part 6/6 

PSION Series 5 palmtop FAQ

ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/faqs/palmtops/psion/series5/part1 (At MIT)

68hc11 microcontroller FAQ

ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/faqs/microcontroller-faq/68hc11 (At MIT)

8051 microcontroller FAQ

ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/faqs/microcontroller-faq/8051 (At MIT)

COP8 microcontroller FAQ

ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/faqs/microcontroller-faq/COP8 (At MIT)


ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/faqs/microcontroller-faq/PIC (At MIT)

Embedded Processor and Microcontroller primer and FAQ

ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/faqs/microcontroller-faq/primer (At MIT)

comp.os.vxworks Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) [LONG]

ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/faqs/vxworks-faq/part1 (At MIT)

HEX - Intel Hexadecimal Object File

S19 - Motorola format for EEPROM programming

HEX - Intel HEX Object format for EEPROM programming

SREC - Motorola S-Records

S19 - Motorola S-record format (S19, S2, S3)

Books: Showing

Special Edition Using Pocket PC 2002
[Michael Morrison; 2002-06-21] ISBN 0789727498
- At Barnes & Noble - At Amazon - At Half

i-Mode Developer's Guide
[Paul Wallace, et al; 2002-04-10] ISBN 0672321882
- At Barnes & Noble - At Amazon - At Half

Wireless J2ME Platform Programming
[Vartan Piroumian; 2002-03-25] ISBN 0130449148
- At Barnes & Noble - At Amazon - At Half

Embedded Linux
[Craig, Ph.D. Hollabaugh, Dr. Craig Hollabaugh; 2002-03-07] ISBN 0672322269
- At Barnes & Noble - At Amazon - At Half

How To Do Everything With Your Pocket PC, 2nd Edition
[Frank McPherson; 2002-01-31] ISBN 0072194146
- At Barnes & Noble - At Amazon - At Half

Pervasive Computing: Technology and Architecture of Mobile Internet Applications
[Jochen Burkhardt (Editor), et al; 2002-01-15] ISBN 0201722151
- At Barnes & Noble - At Amazon - At Half

The Complete Wireless Internet & Mobile Business Programming Training Course with CDROM
[Harvey M. Deitel, et al; 2002-01-07] ISBN 0130623350
- At Barnes & Noble - At Amazon - At Half

Handspring Visor : Visual QuickStart Guide
[Jeff Carlson; 2002] ISBN 0201745798
- At Barnes & Noble - At Amazon - At Half

68HC12 Microcontroller
[Daniel J. Pack, Steven F. Barrett; 2001-12-21] ISBN 0130337765
- At Barnes & Noble - At Amazon - At Half

I-Mode: A Primer
[Nik Frengle; 2001-12-15] ISBN 0764548840
- At Barnes & Noble - At Amazon - At Half

i-mode Crash Course
[John R. Vacca; 2001-10-25] ISBN 0071381872
- At Barnes & Noble - At Amazon - At Half

The Invisible Future: The Seamless Integration Of Technology Into Everyday Life
[Peter J. Denning (Editor); 2001-10-02] ISBN 0071382240
- At Barnes & Noble - At Amazon - At Half

How to Do Everything with Your BlackBerry (TM)
[Curt Simmons; 2001-09-21] ISBN 007219393X
- At Barnes & Noble - At Amazon - At Half

Rapid Prototyping of Digital Systems
[James O. Hamblen, Michael D. Furman; 2001-09] ISBN 0792374398
- At Barnes & Noble - At Amazon - At Half

Pocket PC Ref
[Thomas J. Glover, Millie M. Young; 2001-08-15] ISBN 1885071302
- At Barnes & Noble - At Amazon - At Half

WML & WMLScript: A Beginner's Guide
[Kris A. Jamsa; 2001-07-12] ISBN 0072192941
- At Barnes & Noble - At Amazon - At Half

Patterns for Time-Triggered Embedded Systems: Building Reliable Applications with the 8051 Family of Microcontrollers (with CD-ROM)
[Michael J. Pont; 2001-07-12] ISBN 0201331381
- At Barnes & Noble - At Amazon - At Half

Embedded Linux
[John Lombardo; 2001-07-05] ISBN 073570998X
- At Barnes & Noble - At Amazon - At Half

Building Powerful Platforms with Windows CE(r)
[James Y. Wilson, Aspi Havewala; 2001-03-29] ISBN 020161636X
- At Barnes & Noble - At Amazon - At Half

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Household Hints for Embedded Systems Designers ( WayneWolf ; IEEE Computer Magazine 2002-05)

Mobile Processors Begin to Grow Up ( David Clark ; IEEE Computer Magazine 2002-03)

A Design Chain for Embedded Systems ( Grant Martin, Frank Schirrmeister ; IEEE Computer Magazine 2002-03)

IBM's Linux Watch: The Challenge of Miniaturization ( Chandra Narayanaswami, Noboru Kamijoh, Mandayam Raghunath, Tadanobu Inoue, Thomas Cipolla, Jim Sanford, Eugene Schlig, Sreekrishnan Venkiteswaran, Dinakar Guniguntala, Vishal Kulkarni, Kazuhiko Yamazaki ; IEEE Computer Magazine 2002-01)

- Nearly four years in development, the IBM Linux watch contains a complete computer system that runs Linux, displays X11 graphics, and has wireless connectivity. The system fits in a case that could pass as a slightly unusual analog timepiece with a somewhat odd shape and an extraordinarily brilliant face. The developers have created two versions of the watch, one with an organic light-emitting diode display and the other with a liquid crystal display. Still considered a research prototype, the watch already runs some personal information management applications, and it can communicate with PCs, PDAs, and other wireless-enabled devices, viewing condensed e-mail and directly receiving pager-like messages. Eventually, users will be able to access various Internet-based services, such as up-to-the-minute information about weather, traffic conditions, the stock market, and sports.

Expanding Automotive Electronic Systems ( Gabriel Leen, Donal Heffernan ; IEEE Computer Magazine 2002-01)

- The past four decades have witnessed an exponential increase in the number and sophistication of electronic systems in vehicles. In 1977, the value of electronics systems and silicon components-such as transistors, microprocessors, and diodes-in motor vehicles averaged $110, while in 2001 it had increased to $1,800. Today, the cost of electronics in luxury vehicles can amount to more than 23 percent of the total manufacturing cost. Analysts estimate that more than 80 percent of all automotive innovation now stems from electronics. Today's high-end vehicles may have more than 4 kilometers of wiring-compared to 45 meters in vehicles manufactured in 1955. Reducing wiring mass through in-vehicle networks will bring an explosion of new functionality and innovation. Our vehicles will become more like PCs, creating the potential for a host of plug-and-play devices. On average, US commuters spend 9 percent of their day in an automobile. Thus, introducing multimedia and telematics to vehicles will increase productivity and provide entertainment for millions. Further, X-by-wire solutions will make computer diagnostics a standard part of mechanics' work and may even create an electronic chauffeur.

Exploring Embedded-Systems Architectures with Artemis ( Andy D. Pimentel, Louis O. Hertzberger, Paul Lieverse, Pieter van der Wolf, Ed F. Deprettere ; IEEE Computer Magazine 2001-11)

- Because embedded systems mostly target mass production and often run on batteries, they should be cheap to realize and power efficient. In addition, they require a high degree of programmability to provide real-time performance for multiple applications and standards. However, performance requirements as well as cost and power-consumption constraints demand that substantial parts of these systems be implemented in dedicated hardware blocks. As a result, their heterogeneous system architecture consists of components ranging from fully programmable processor cores to fully dedicated hardware components for timecritical application tasks. Increasingly, these designs yield heterogeneous embedded multiprocessor systems that reside together on a single chip. The heterogeneity of these highly programmable systems and the varying demands of their target applications greatly complicate system design. The increasing complexity of embedded- system architectures makes predicting performance behavior more difficult. Therefore, having the appropriate tools to explore different choices at an early design stage is increasingly important. The Artemis modeling and simulation environment aims to efficiently explore the design space of heterogeneous embedded-systems architectures at multiple abstraction levels and for a wide range of applications targeting these architectures. The authors describe their application of this methodology in two studies that showed promising results, providing useful feedback on a wide range of design decisions involving the architectures for the two applications.

Embedded Oss Gain the Inside Track ( Sixto Ortiz Jr. ; IEEE Computer Magazine 2001-11)

Streaming Technology in 3G Mobile Communication Systems ( Ingo Elsen, Frank Hartung, Uwe Horn, Markus Kampmann, Liliane Peters ; IEEE Computer Magazine 2001-09)

- Currently, three incompatible proprietary solutions—offered by RealNetworks, Microsoft, and Apple—dominate the Internet streaming software market. In the near future, third-generation mobile communication systems will extend the scope of today's Internet streaming solutions by introducing standardized streaming services that target the mobile user's specific needs. 3G systems will provide high-quality streamed Internet content to the rapidly growing mobile market. These systems will offer value-added applications as well, supported by an underlying network that combines streaming services with a range of unique mobile-specific services. Mobile-application scenarios present many challenges, such as how to provide spectrum-efficient streaming services over varied radio-access networks to different types of end-user terminals. The authors assert that their standards-based Interactive Media platform—recently tested in several field trials—addresses these challenges by using an architecture that fits seamlessly into 3G mobile-communication systems. An integral part of this architecture is a streaming proxy, which acts on both the service and transport levels.

Profiting from Value-Added Wireless Services ( Xianjun Geng, Andrew B. Whinston ; IEEE Computer Magazine 2001-08)

- Product differentiation offers the best strategy for achieving financial success in the 3G mobile commerce market.

Internet Appliances Struggle for Acceptance ( George Lawton ; IEEE Computer Magazine 2001-07)

Crouching Dragon, Hidden Software: Software in DOD Weapon Systems ( Jack Ferguson ; IEEE Software Magazine 2001-07)

Real-Time Adaptive Resource Management ( Allalaghatta Pavan, Rakesh Jha, Lee Graba, Saul Cooper, Ionut Cardei, Vipin Gopal, Sanjay Parthasarathy, Saad Bedros, ; IEEE Computer Magazine 2001-07)

Bringing the Wireless Internet to Mobile Devices ( Subhasis Saha, Mark Jamtgaard, John Villasenor ; IEEE Computer Magazine 2001-06)

- Transcoding and Relational Markup Language are promising middleware solutions to the problem of bringing Internet content to the extremely diverse and dynamic mobile wireless devices universe.

Location Awareness in Ad Hoc Wireless Mobile Networks ( Yu-Chee Tseng, Shih-Lin Wu, Wen-Hwa Liao, Chih-Min Chao ; IEEE Computer Magazine 2001-06)

- Networks composed of dynamically repositioning mobile hosts require location awareness to provide new geographic services and to maximize routing efficiency and quality of service.

Wanted: Programmers for Handheld Devices ( Don Kiely ; IEEE Computer Magazine 2001-05)

The Cooler the Better: New Directions in the Nomadic Age ( Tsugio Makimoto, Kazuhiko Eguchi, Mitsugu Yoneyama ; IEEE Computer Magazine 2001-04)

- More than a necessary innovation, cool chips' increased portability and reduced power consumption will play a key role in building a better future society.

Itsy: Stretching the Bounds of Mobile Computing ( William R. Hamburgen, Deborah A. Wallach, Marc A. Viredaz, Lawrence S. Brakmo, Carl A. Waldspurger, Joel F. Bartlett, Timothy Mann, Keith I. Farkas ; IEEE Computer Magazine 2001-04)

- A prototype pocket computer that has enough processing power and memory capacity to run cycle-hungry applications such as continuous-speech recognition and real-time MPEG-1 movie decoding has proved to be a useful experimental tool for interesting applications, systems work, and power studies.

Platform Tuning for Embedded Systems Design ( Frank Vahid, Tony Givargis ; IEEE Computer Magazine 2001-03)

- UCR's Dalton Project shows that platform tuning can increase performance and reduce power consumption for system-on-chip embedded platforms.

Mobile Agent Middleware for Mobile Computing ( Paolo Bellavista, Antonio Corradi, Cesare Stefanelli ; IEEE Computer Magazine 2001-03)

- Mobile agent-based middleware shows promise for providing an advanced infrastructure that integrates support protocols, mechanisms, and tools to permit communication and coordination of mobile entities.

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Questions and Answers: Showing

Real-Time Linux Experiences? [2002/04/29]

At Ask Slashdot

Handhelds for the Blind? [2002/04/19]

At Ask Slashdot

Web Access on Handhelds [2002/03/09]

At Ask Slashdot

Dual Booting the iPaq? [2002/02/17]

At Ask Slashdot

Career Path for Embedded Software Developers? [2002/01/21]

At Ask Slashdot

Small Embedded Computer with 802.11 for RC Car? [2001/12/28]

At Ask Slashdot

Benchmarks for Embedded Processors? [2001/12/13]

At Ask Slashdot

Wireless Handheld Recommendations? [2001/11/27]

At Ask Slashdot

Operator Logos for Nokia 8260 Cell Phones? [2001/11/21]

At Ask Slashdot

PDA's Sturdy Enough for the Rugged Outdoors? [2001/11/08]

At Ask Slashdot

Embedded Computer Horror Stories? [2001/10/31]

At Ask Slashdot

LCD Touch Screen "PDA"s for Kids? [2001/10/22]

At Ask Slashdot

Did Anyone Buy a LinuxDA PDA? [2001/10/17]

At Ask Slashdot

Thoughts on the CyberBoy PDA and Penbex OS? [2001/10/02]

At Ask Slashdot

Developing for the Samsung Uproar M100 Cell/MP3 Phone? [2001/09/18]

At Ask Slashdot

Cell Phone Syncing w/ Your PC or PDA? [2001/09/04]

At Ask Slashdot

Left Handed Support for PDA's? [2001/07/08]

At Ask Slashdot

Where Are the Cheap, Wireless Webpads? [2001/07/01]

At Ask Slashdot

Handheld Tech Used in Community Service? [2001/05/10]

At Ask Slashdot

Hawdware for Embedded Controllers? [2001/04/24]

At Ask Slashdot

Protecting Hard Drives From Jackhammers [2001/04/23]

At Ask Slashdot

Information For Creation Of Springboard Modules? [ 2000/11/03]

At Ask Slashdot

Bootable CompactFlash Cards For Handhelds? [ 2000/10/27]

At Ask Slashdot

Technical Comparison Of Windows CE vs. PalmOS? [ 2000/10/11]

At Ask Slashdot

Oh, No! I've Broken My Visor! How Can I Fix It? [ 2000/09/15]

At Ask Slashdot

Solar Powered TI-82? [ 2000/09/09]

At Ask Slashdot

What OS Does InfoGear's iPhone Use? [ 2000/08/30]

At Ask Slashdot

What Happened to Jini? [ 2000/08/29]

At Ask Slashdot

Where are the "Internet" Appliances with Ethernet Cards? [ 2000/08/18]

At Ask Slashdot

How Much Digital Tool Convergence Is Possible? [ 2000/08/06]

At Ask Slashdot

Laptop Carrying Gear? [ 2000/04/15]

At Ask Slashdot

Where Are The WebPads? [ 2000/04/10]

At Ask Slashdot

Which Processor Is Best For Real-Time Computations? [ 2000/04/02]

At Ask Slashdot

Learning Embedded Systems Programming, Cheap? [ 2000/03/23]

At Ask Slashdot

Brainstorming New Uses for a Mobile Processor [ 2000/02/04]

At Ask Slashdot

Getting a HandSpring Visor to Work w/ Linux [ 1999/12/16]

At Ask Slashdot

Linux Connectivity for the Visor [ 1999/11/12]

At Ask Slashdot

LinuxPDA EPOCH 32? [ 1999/11/03]

At Ask Slashdot

TI Graphlink Linux Software? [ 1999/09/19]

At Ask Slashdot

Thoughts on the Palm-Size PC Compaq Aero 2130LA? [ 1999/08/21]

At Ask Slashdot

Palmtop Computing And Linux [ 1999/07/30]

At Ask Slashdot

Handheld Linux, Today? [ 1999/03/29]

At Ask Slashdot

'Kiosking' Linux [ 1998/10/20]

At Ask Slashdot

Linux Vending Machines? [ 1998/08/17]

At Ask Slashdot

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Small Device C Compiler - SDCC is a Freeware, retargettable, optimizing ANSI - C compiler. The current version targets the Intel 8051, Zilog Z80 and Dallas 80C390 MCUs. Atmel AVR support coming soon. {(L)GPL}

At Sourceforge ( Production/Stable)

sparc-rtems-binutils-2.11.2 - FSF binutils- base-port for RTEMS development

At FreeBSD Ports
powerpc-rtems-binutils-2.11.2 (At FreeBSD Ports)
sh-rtems-binutils-2.11.2 (At FreeBSD Ports)
m68k-rtems-binutils-2.11.2 (At FreeBSD Ports)
mips-rtems-binutils-2.11.2 (At FreeBSD Ports)
arm-rtems-binutils-2.11.2 (At FreeBSD Ports)
i386-rtems-binutils-2.11.2 (At FreeBSD Ports)
i960-rtems-binutils-2.11.2 (At FreeBSD Ports)

sparc-rtems-chill-2.95.3 - FSF CHILL-gcc-2.95.2 base-port for RTEMS development

At FreeBSD Ports
m68k-rtems-chill-2.95.3 (At FreeBSD Ports)
mips-rtems-chill-2.95.3 (At FreeBSD Ports)
powerpc-rtems-chill-2.95.3 (At FreeBSD Ports)
sh-rtems-chill-2.95.3 (At FreeBSD Ports)
arm-rtems-chill-2.95.3 (At FreeBSD Ports)
i386-rtems-chill-2.95.3 (At FreeBSD Ports)

sparc-rtems-g77-2.95.3 - FSF F77-gcc-2.95.2 base-port for RTEMS development

At FreeBSD Ports
powerpc-rtems-g77-2.95.3 (At FreeBSD Ports)
sh-rtems-g77-2.95.3 (At FreeBSD Ports)
m68k-rtems-g77-2.95.3 (At FreeBSD Ports)
mips-rtems-g77-2.95.3 (At FreeBSD Ports)
arm-rtems-g77-2.95.3 (At FreeBSD Ports)
i386-rtems-g77-2.95.3 (At FreeBSD Ports)

yabasic-2.712 - Yet another Basic for Unix and Windows

At FreeBSD Ports

sparc-rtems-gcj-2.95.3 - FSF JAVA-gcc-2.95.2 base-port for RTEMS development

At FreeBSD Ports
powerpc-rtems-gcj-2.95.3 (At FreeBSD Ports)
sh-rtems-gcj-2.95.3 (At FreeBSD Ports)
m68k-rtems-gcj-2.95.3 (At FreeBSD Ports)
mips-rtems-gcj-2.95.3 (At FreeBSD Ports)
arm-rtems-gcj-2.95.3 (At FreeBSD Ports)
i386-rtems-gcj-2.95.3 (At FreeBSD Ports)

sparc-rtems-objc-2.95.3 - FSF OBJC-gcc-2.95.2 base-port for RTEMS development

At FreeBSD Ports
m68k-rtems-objc-2.95.3 (At FreeBSD Ports)
mips-rtems-objc-2.95.3 (At FreeBSD Ports)
powerpc-rtems-objc-2.95.3 (At FreeBSD Ports)
sh-rtems-objc-2.95.3 (At FreeBSD Ports)
arm-rtems-objc-2.95.3 (At FreeBSD Ports)
i386-rtems-objc-2.95.3 (At FreeBSD Ports)

uisp-1.0b_1 - A versatile programmer for atmel AVR microcontrollers

At FreeBSD Ports

sparc-rtems-gdb-5.0_3 - FSF gdb-4.18 base-port for RTEMS development

At FreeBSD Ports
i960-rtems-gdb-5.0_3 (At FreeBSD Ports)
m68k-rtems-gdb-5.0_3 (At FreeBSD Ports)
powerpc-rtems-gdb-5.0_3 (At FreeBSD Ports)
sh-rtems-gdb-5.0_3 (At FreeBSD Ports)
arm-rtems-gdb-5.0_3 (At FreeBSD Ports)
i386-rtems-gdb-5.0_3 (At FreeBSD Ports)

sparc-rtems-gcc-2.95.3 - FSF C/C++-gcc-2.95.2 base-port for RTEMS development

At FreeBSD Ports
sh-rtems-gcc-2.95.3 (At FreeBSD Ports)
m68k-rtems-gcc-2.95.3 (At FreeBSD Ports)
mips-rtems-gcc-2.95.3 (At FreeBSD Ports)
powerpc-rtems-gcc-2.95.3 (At FreeBSD Ports)
arm-rtems-gcc-2.95.3 (At FreeBSD Ports)
i386-rtems-gcc-2.95.3 (At FreeBSD Ports)
i960-rtems-gcc-2.95.3 (At FreeBSD Ports)

qt-static-2.3.1 - A C++ X GUI toolkit

At FreeBSD Ports

avrprog-2.0.4 - Program to drive a simple parallel port programmer for Atmel AVR CPUs

At FreeBSD Ports

sdcc-2.1.9 - Cross compile 8051 code

At FreeBSD Ports
sdcc-2.2.1 (At NetBSD packages collection)

gnomebasic-0.0.20 - Provide Visual Basic compatible functionality for GNOME, especially VBA

At FreeBSD Ports

picprog-1.0.1 - Serial port pic16c84 programmer

At FreeBSD Ports

gnokii-0.3.3 - Tools to talk to Nokia cellular phones

At FreeBSD Ports

agenda-headers-1.2.0 - All headers which are needed to develop for Agenda VR3 PDA

At FreeBSD Ports

vrflash-0.20 - flash kernels and romdisks to the Agenda VR3

At FreeBSD Ports

qt-2.3.1 - A C++ X GUI toolkit

At FreeBSD Ports

rtems-gcc-2.95.3 - A phantom port to fetch the gcc tarball for the RTEMS ports

At FreeBSD Ports

m6811-gcc-2.95.3 - The gcc-2.95.2 cross-compiler for the 6811

At FreeBSD Ports

v-1.19 - A C++ GUI development framework for X11 and Microsoft Windows

At FreeBSD Ports

qt-3.0.3_3 - A C++ X GUI toolkit

At FreeBSD Ports
qt-2.3.1 (At FreeBSD Ports)
qt-static-2.3.1 (At FreeBSD Ports)
qt2-2.1-gl.tgz - C++ X11 GUI toolkit (At OpenBSD 2.8_packages i386)
qt2-2.1.tgz - C++ X11 GUI toolkit (At OpenBSD 2.8_packages i386)
qt-html-1.45.tgz - off-line html documentation for qt (At OpenBSD 2.8_packages m68k)
qt-1.45.tgz - C++ X11 GUI toolkit (At OpenBSD 2.8_packages m68k)
qt-examples-1.45.tgz - examples and tutorial for qt (At OpenBSD 2.8_packages m68k)

avr-binutils-2.11 - GNU binutils for Atmel AVR 8-bit RISC cross-development

At FreeBSD Ports

psiconv-0.8.3 - A conversion utility to convert Psion 5(MX) files into other formats

At FreeBSD Ports

m6811-binutils-2.10 - The binutils-2.9.1 cross-toolchain for the 6811

At FreeBSD Ports

Microsoft Windows CE Toolkit for Visual C++ 6.0

PDA Power Training

Sulawesi - Multimodal wearable/ubiquitous agent development environment {free to use but restricted}

(Info at freshmeat)

Sync2Phone French (GSM Phones only)

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opencl-0.7.3 - A portable, easy to use, and efficient C++ crypto library

At FreeBSD Ports

xclasses-1.3.0 - C++ layout library for X

At FreeBSD Ports

p5-hp200lx-db-0.09 - Perl5 module to handle HP 200LX palmtop computer databases

At FreeBSD Ports

agenda-libs-1.2.0 - All libraries which are needed to develop for Agenda VR3 PDA

At FreeBSD Ports

avr-libc-20020203 - a C and math library for the Atmel AVR controller family

At FreeBSD Ports

gsmlib-1.8 - A library to access GSM mobile phones through GSM modems

At FreeBSD Ports

agenda-static-libs-1.2.0 - Static libraries which are needed to develop for Agenda VR3 PDA

At FreeBSD Ports

agenda-snow-libs-1.2.0 - SNOW libraries which are needed to develop for Agenda VR3 PDA

At FreeBSD Ports

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