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by Derek Kessler
Mar 25, 2011
So you got a Palm Pre 2 or hacked webOS 2.1 onto your older Palm phone, and the first thing you do is fire up WebOS Quick Install or Preware to install some homebrew goodness. And the second thing...
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by Derek Kessler
Oct 03, 2010
Patching in webOS land is one of those areas where we can definitively gleefully mock declare our superiority claim a win over our friends with Android and iOS devices. The hundreds of patches...
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by Jonathan I Ezor#IM
Jul 26, 2010
After a rulemaking process lasting more than a year, the U.S. Copyright Office (which is part of the Library of Congress) has issued new rules about the types of activities, which includes some...
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by Robert Werlinger
Jun 14, 2010
 Here's some of the latest talk in the forums: Overclocking is all the rage in the forums these days, and member Scmid7y wants to know what your thoughts are on the various kernels floating...
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by Derek Kessler
Apr 04, 2010
It’s a solemn act taken up after every update to webOS: reapplying all of your patches. While things have gotten to be significantly easier since the advent of Auto-Update Patch Technology (...
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by Derek Kessler
Feb 11, 2010
If there’s anything cooler than patches, it’s patching patches with patches (say that five times fast). One of the most popular patches for webOS is Enable LED Notifications, which merely...
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by Derek Kessler
Jan 24, 2010
More and more patches arrive every week on WebOS Internals, and with each patch comes plenty of new and useful functionality. A new patch aims to alleviate a painful problem that has afflicted...
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by Jason Robitaille
Sep 19, 2009
Yep, you read that right, it's possible to modify the WebOS source files without Linux access.  And it's easier than you might think.  All that's required is WebOS Quick Install v1.4 (or later)...