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January 2009 Blog Posts (3)

FrontlineSMS Architecture

For those trying to get their heads around the FrontlineSMS source code, here's a quick breakdown of the FrontlineSMS architecture as it stands, and some brief notes about how we plan to move it forward.

FrontlineSMS Core

The "FrontlineSMS Core" comprises the central controller of the FrontlineSMS system, managing interaction between phones, stored data such as contact details, and an end-user's view and manipulation of the system.… Continue

Added by Alex Anderson on January 27, 2009 at 8:30am — 18 Comments

How to use /dev/ttyACM0 like /dev/ttyS0 whith a phone pluged on a linux computer

Hi all,

I make this post to give my experience for using a Nokia 3220 and FrontlineSMS 1.5.4 under linux ubuntu, using 2.6.24-16-generic kernel.

First i connect my phone to my computer, and ubuntu detected it like a ppp modem, and mounted it on /dev/ACM0.

Here is my syslog output :


Jan 26 11:35:09 tsf-niger-desktop kernel: [250511.859379] usb 3-2: new full… Continue

Added by Gregory Rebattu on January 26, 2009 at 6:38am — 5 Comments

A Computer Specialist or Generalist

There was a time in the I.T field when specializing in one area was ideal. For example an e-mail administrator only had to manage his or her mail server all day, and a router administrator only looked after the router, and SQL admin only worked on SQL. That was then…

In today’s I.T market you have a better chance at finding employment, or keeping your existing job if you can manage the mail, SQL, file server, and routers. This of course may only apply to medium to small sized… Continue

Added by David Otieno on January 7, 2009 at 10:30am — No Comments

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