Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Free Zune for devels
Re: Free Zune for devels
From: ben mustill-rose <bmustillrose_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 13 Dec 2006 10:27:21 +0000
I think what would be easeyer is if some aplication could be developed
that would enable the zunes to talk.
I assume it will have some documented language someware that people
can learn that would look a bit like vb
On 13/12/06, Silken Tiger <st_at_iss.tu-darmstadt.de> wrote:
> I just read an article on linux.com from Robin Miller. He made a trip to
> microsoft and got an Zune:
> "So here's the deal: If you want to either install Linux on a Zune or write
> utility to make a Zune Linux-compatible, email editors_at_ostg.com and tell us
> why we should give this free Zune to you. The person we deem most likely to
> put it to good use, based on previous development track record and
> desire, will get this Zune to have, hold, use as a development platform, and
> otherwise do with as he or she wishes."
> "The only limitations we're imposing are:
> You must be in a country where you can receive postal-mailed packages from
> If there are customs hassles or duties, you must take care of them at your
> I think Rockbox on a Zune could probably make it linux compliant?
> Well the whole article is at:
> I really don't know if it is a good idea to put rockbox on the zune, but
> you decide.
Received on 2006-12-13