setup for PyBlosxom is simple.
bjelli hat's schon immer gewusst :-)
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... created with South Park Studio.
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With the supplied Nokia micro-USB cable and a female-to-female USB-A adapter it is possible to attach USB devices to the N810.
usbcontrol allows to switch the USB controller to host mode, however, the kernel needs also to be fixed (requiring a kernel recompile which is easy, see here and here).
Some devices, such as the MA-620 Infrared Adapter (0x0df7:0x0620) just seem to suck too much power and the N810 collapses (I had to remove the battery to get it working again).
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Setting up the toolchain (arm-elf) and compiling CHDK is rather straightforward.
Then just put the binaries on the SD card and boot the new firmware!
The firmware sports a tiny basic interpreter, eg. for bracketing and raw file mode.
I have yet to find software for linux to support HDR
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I got a new camera: Canon IXUS 70; one of the reasons was the CHDK
project; an open-source effort to extend the firmware of DiGIC II and III based cameras.
The new camera is really tiny but seems a bit fragile, at least compared to my previous Canon IXUS v2.
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My paper Blind motion-compensated video watermarking got accepted at the 2008 IEEE International Conference on Multimedia & Expo, ICME '08.
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