Letux Acer n30

Letux Acer n30

This is a Subproject of Letux

Letux Acer n30


  • For Acer n30
  • 256MB or larger SD card
  • Linux kernel 2.6.14
  • gpe 2.7
  • X11R6
  • glibc-2.3.90

Getting started

Please download as PDF.

Release notes

The following issues are known: * no sound support yet

Now there is a patch for uda1380 sound support * bluetooth support not heavily tested (bluez, hcitools work, but GPE applet doesn't) * not working on Acer n35 or Acer n50


This Letux system was announced on April, 5th, 2006. These Releases have been available:

  • 20060401
  • 20060706
  • 20060825


The project sources are hosted here 1 http://www.openembedded.org/~koen/letux/ The kernel patches have been integrated into the OpenEmbedded repository so that you don't have to apply them again to a recent OE build. Please refer to 2 for details. http://bugs.openembedded.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1615

[Open Embedded] http://www.openembedded.org/ [The kernel sources (also on OpenEmbedded)] http://www.handhelds.org/sources.html [GPE sources] http://gpe.linuxtogo.org/download.phtml [X11 sources] http://www.letux.org/releases/wiki.x.org/wiki/Mirrors


We would like to thank the following contributors who have done a great job on many of the parts we have finally glued together for the Letux Acer n30 version:

  • [Ben Dooks][] and [Simtec Electronics][] for ensuring the smooth progression of S3C2410 support in the kernel
  • [Christer Weinigel][] for the kernel support of the Acer n30
  • Arjan for the package creation
  • www.handhelds.org for the packages compilation scripts the GPE team for [GPE][]
  • Dan Kegel for the cross compilation tools
  • Guylhem Aznar and [Externe.com] for the integration of these efforts
  • Nikolaus Schaller from [Handheld Linux][] for the sales package
  • Acer for designing such a nice device and [Acer Computer GmbH][] for their informal support
  • Paul Sokolovsky to integrate the Acer n30 patches for Letux into Open Embedded: http://www.openembedded.org/repo/org.openembedded.dev/conf/machine/acern30.conf http://www.openembedded.org/repo/org.openembedded.dev/packages/linux/linux_2.6.14.bb
  • anybody else who did contribute substantially

Development Team
Nikolaus Schaller

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