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Re: TeX on very little Machines

From: Laura Conrad
Subject: Re: TeX on very little Machines
Date: Tue, 25 Jan 2005 13:45:00 -0500
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    RPT> I'm about to flash my Sl-5500 with OpenZaurus today, so if I
    RPT> could run lilypond on it that would be great!

Good luck.  Peter Flynn does have TeX compiled to run on the Z, so
that's one step in the right direction.

There are reports of people getting timidity to run.  So even if
lilypond turns out to be too big and complicated, I'm sure you could
enter and proofread ABC, and later convert it to lilypond.

    RPT> (Actually, if I could run Rosegarten or some other GUI, then
    RPT> I could sit there and enter notes with the
    RPT> stylus.....ooooohhh! ;-).

I haven't been impressed with my own ability to get GUI's to run on my
Z.  But one I'd like to see is skink, which is java-based.  You have
to type the ABC, but it displays and plays it back.  I can run it on
both my LINUX desktop and my Windows 98 laptop, but when I've asked
Wil Macauley, the author, about PDA's he hasn't risen to the bait.

    RPT> Please let the list know if you find an answer elsewhere.

I second that.

Laura (mailto:address@hidden , )
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