Updating nokia n810
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For the reasons explained below, let's first install a recent version of gcc-4. If you use Debian as your development environment (I suspect this is also the case under other common distributions), you will quickly notice that there is no package available providing what you are looking for.
Among other things, the people at maintain packages of toolchains to build for arm, ia64, m68k, mips, mipsel, powerpc and sparc using gcc-3.3, gcc-3.4, gcc-4.0, gcc-4.1, gcc-4.2 and later versions.
Note that I am using gcc-4.2-arm-linux-gnueabi as I know it does work fine with the 2.6.30-rc8-omap1 version I compile.While Wi Max is the big story, there are a couple of other noteworthy changes to the Nokia N810.The slide-out full QWERTY keyboard has been improved to provide more tactile feedback, and it also features a new color scheme that makes it easier to find the number and symbol keys.Details of a major operating-system upgrade for While the N800 and new N810 device share the same software, recent reports indicated that the update for the N800 was to be held back for a couple weeks to give the N810 time to shine.
Fans had been told to expect the N800 update sometime in December.I mean the resulting kernel does not boot on my device.