If developing for the N800 is anything like the 770, then the info you need can be found here:
There are also some 770 threads in this forum you might want to look at.
General CDC porting, build, and runtime docs can be found here:
Sweet, thanx for the info. I knew someone had to be somewhere along with the code. Just pulled down a bunch of the docs (which I will prolly be reading on the N800 :D) It's too bad the VM book is in HTML. (I did find a CHM reader though so I may try that) Looks like I'll be dusting off my GTK knowledge (pretty scary, it's been almost 10 years) Been meaning to do more with BT as well, I had just started to get into that on the Palm. I know that they have started porting JSR 82 to the PC, but everyone uses the M$ stack which does not allow you to do the L2CAP stuff (That and most laptops I run into are using the Toshiba stack anyway)
Fun, fun, fun. A virtual machine in a virtual dev env in a virtual linux box. If this got anymore abstract it would just be theory!
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