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Old 10-09-2006, 11:27 AM   #1
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Linux PDA Emulator

Hi there,
I'm doing a school research on PDA and I would like to compare different interfaces against each other. To do this, I'm gonna use different emulators and use them on my desktop PC. I've found emulators for Palm OS, BlackBerry and Windows Mobile but can't find good solutions to test Linux based PDA. After some research, I've found out that I could compile some SDK (like Qtopia) on my x86 to test them but it looks like a pain compared to, let's say, the Palm OS emulator.

Are there any simpler solution ? I would really want to talk about the alternatives Linux has to offer in the PDA world.



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