Linux on BrailleNotes

David Poehlman david.poehlman at
Thu Feb 2 04:56:59 EST 2006

Actually, it is possible to use pocket windows with a keyboard  
without mods.  The fs family as I understand it did less reverse  
engineering of the os than did the humanware family but I have no way  
of knowing this for a fact.

Jonnie Apple Seed
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On Feb 1, 2006, at 7:22 PM, Gregory Nowak wrote:

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- From what I understand, the pm does indeed run a version of pocket
2002 or 3 I think, that was modified by FS to support a physical
keyboard, as opposed to a touch one.


On Wed, Feb 01, 2006 at 05:14:30PM -0800, tyler wrote:
> it also uses a different platform though, from what I understand,  
> still
> windows, but a different version, don't ask me any more, I am just  
> going off
> a vague memory, (what I remember from a presentation) from some fts  
> guys,
> bragging that they were 1 out of 12 to use it, and the bn didn't  
> have it...
> Tyler Littlefield.
> Check out our website:
> check out my blog:
> [my programs don't have bugs, just randomly added features]
> [failure is not an option, it comes bundled with windows!]

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