Do you think? (WM7)

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  1. Saphiresurf

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    If OpeniBoot where to be available for the Apple iPad or/and the iPhone 4g (if it comes out) would it be able to run Windows Mobile 7 if it became open source or if someone made it open source? The iPad seems to meet the minimum requirement's and as far as we know the leaked iPhone 4g met the minimum requirement's as well.
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    I don't believe that will ever happen imo.
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    Its possible but impossible.
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    Ubuntu, maybe. That would be nice.
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    Meh... Debian packages running on the iPhone. It's cool and all, but I would love to see a low key version of UBUNTU.
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    Yea your probably right inspired.
    Ubuntu has something that Debian seems to lack for a non-programmer like me.
    Another mobile operating system a lot of people may not know about is openmoko.

    I hope to see something like this on the iPhone:

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    Interesting - I did not know about openmoko. I wounder what platforms it can run on. Know any?
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    That OS would probaly look (and work) better on the iPad.

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