Nokia 770 Orbiter
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- Open up a web admin interface, go to Orbiter page and add a new device of type 'Orbiter'
- Locate the newly added device and change the resolution to 640x480 as the Nokia 770 won't support the default of 800x600
- Memorize the numeric id that pluto assigns to your new orbiter since you'll need it later, you can see it right of the 'Description' filed on the same page.
- Do a full regen of that orbiter and a quick reload router after that
Installing the package on the tablet
- Setup you wireless connection. To use your tablet as an orbiter you'll need to make sure that the tablet is located within the internal network of the core.
- Upload the deb package to you tablet using the usb cable or by downloading it directly from our website.
- Install it by double clicking on the deb file in file manager.
Starting the Orbiter
- There is no easy way to start you orbiter yet, and you'll need an X terminal emulator to do this task. If you don't have it yet installed, download the osso-xterm deb package from [fs-security.com] and install it on you tablet the same way you installed the pluto orbiter package.
- Open up an xterminal using nokia 770's main menu: Extras -> X Terminal
- Make sure the network connection is available
- Type this in the terminal to start you orbiter
/var/lib/install/bin/startOrbiter.sh -r <ROUTER_INTERNAL_IP> -d <ORBITER_ID>
You can also start the orbiter with verbose logging to debug possible problems, but this will bring a slowdown in orbiter's screen changing :
/var/lib/install/bin/startOrbiterVerbose.sh -r <ROUTER_INTERNAL_IP> -d <ORBITER_ID>