Apps for kml files. These MMF files contain collections of email messages that can be exported into the PST file format using the Microsoft Exchange software application. Many recipe programs allow you to export recipes as MMF files using the File → Export option. The resulting MMF file can then be opened in another application.
By guest editor Steven Nersesian The much maligned Nokia 770 is the subject. It delivers a clean, quick, true web experience over WiFi (except it's flash. To be integrated or brain-dead-easy to install (e.g. Mac OSX software update panel).
Code: Usage: flasher OPTIONS Options: -fiasco, -F Location of a FIASCO image -kernel, -k Location of kernel image -initfs, -n Location of initfs image -rootfs, -r Location of root JFFS2 image -xloader, -x Location of X-Loader image -secondary, -s Location of NOLO secondary bootloader image -2nd, -2 Location of NOLO cold flasher ('2nd') image -unpack, -u arg Unpack a FIASCO image -flash, -f Load and flash all supplied images -load, -l Only load all supplied images -boot, -b arg Boot the kernel with optional cmdline -reboot, -R Reboot the board (e.g. Can someone help me out with getting the Mac version running? I have Linux but only in Virtual PC and I imagine getting that to connect out over USB will be a right pain. It comes as a file called flasher.macosx - now I imagine I'll need to give the file 'execute' permission or something like that, but can someone help me out? The first thing I tried was simply running it by typing./flasher.macosx at the command line - also tried using sudo - no luck: users-Computer:/Maemo tools user$ ls flasher.macosx users-Computer:/Maemo tools user$./flasher.macosx -bash:./flasher.macosx: Permission denied users-Computer:/Maemo tools user$ sudo./flasher.macosx Password: sudo:./flasher.macosx: command not found My mac command line skills aren't quite there it seems.
Nokia 770 Flasher Utility For Macbook Pro
Thanks Andy - that's exactly what I was after - I'd forgotten the name and required switches of the chmod command Worked just fine - now to see if I can get into R&D mode and get me some r00t access users-Computer:/Maemo tools user$ chmod +x flasher.macosx users-Computer:/Maemo tools user$ users-Computer:/Maemo tools user$./flasher.macosx Nothing to do! Usage: flasher OPTIONS Options: -fiasco, -F Location of a FIASCO image -kernel, -k Location of kernel image -initfs, -n Location of initfs image -rootfs, -r Location of root JFFS2 image SNIP. OK, I really can't get it to work - I'm doing it in the order most howtos seem to suggest - i.e. To run the flasher, then plug in the 770. Users-Computer:/Maemo tools user$./flasher.macosx -enable-rd-mode Suitable USB device not found, waiting ^C users-Computer:/Maemo tools user$ sudo./flasher.macosx -enable-rd-mode Password: Suitable USB device not found, waiting.but as you can see, it just sits there waiting Am I missing a trick here? Is there something you need to do to get the Mac command line/terminal app to 'see' the USB connection?
Mg Nokia 770: Setting Up Reflashing and Setting Up My Nokia 770 This page contains instructions for myself, but they may be useful for others as well. These instructions are for flashing OS2006.2 (SU-182006SE2.2006.39-14PRF5MR0ARM.bin).
Earlier OSes did not support one-click.install files. Backing up stuff before reflashing. Use the Backup/Restore tool in the Control Panel to create a backup. Run my shell script in an xterm (warning: it is very strongly tailored to the set of files I keep in my home directory). You'll also want to put in the 'backups' directory in your MMC card. Write down the list of useful applications that you'll want to reinstall. Probably openssh, osso-xterm, fbreader, maemo mapper, load plugin, panel clock, pwsafe, mc, vim, ntpdate.
Maybe x11vnc, vncviewer.