It looks like Archos is quite supportive of developers, evidenced by its recent PR that confirms that the company is making a proof-of-concept “developer edition” firmware for its ARCHOS 5 and ARCHOS 7 Internet Media Tablets. The firmware will be based on the Angstrom Linux distribution, though it certainly isn’t meant to be a commercial distro. Are you planning to tweak your Archos device with this when it’s released?
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