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    I'm talking about ARM devices.
    Will it possible doing without recompiling?

    Thanks
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    We can already run ARM linux applications under 2.x/3.x- see Xecutah in Preware.
    webOS Ports' UI Architect & luna-sysmgr guru.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ofek View Post
    I'm talking about ARM devices.
    Will it possible doing without recompiling?

    Thanks
    If you're trying to run an x86 binary, probably not. Instruction set conversion would probably be inefficient, and if you have the source, why not recompile it anyway? I believe some common apps you can get in ARM from Debian repositories.
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    Optware has a great many linux apps available, not all, but a significant subset.
    webOS Ports' UI Architect & luna-sysmgr guru.
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    As a Linux user, I'm also interested in the converse: can we run Enyo/webOS apps on Linux?
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    Quote Originally Posted by richip View Post
    As a Linux user, I'm also interested in the converse: can we run Enyo/webOS apps on Linux?
    Enyo, most likely. Enyo 1 apps require WebKit, and all dependencies on Palm services removed before they will work. Enyo 2 should work out of the box, as long as the framework is distributed with the app and there's no special platform-dependent things going on.

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