Mega GP Mania
- May 24, 2008
That seems to be what you're saying. You're against putting a phone module into the Pyra for security concerns even after I pointed out that people carry phones all the time and have no problem with it. If you're against people having a phone module in the Pyra but not against people carrying cell phones then there is a contradiction in your argument from the very start.Im not saying that
The "API" for these things is really straight forward, it's modified Hayes protocol. You open the port, give it AT commands, and then stream data back and forth. If software is your concern then I will pledge right now to write the driver for it should the Pyra actually get one that doesn't come with a Linux driver. Here's a guy who wrote a Python script for testing the modules he was playing with: it is that easy. More advanced features just use different AT commands, and they're all documented.Out of all the problems with installing a phone module, software is one of the easiest to fix.but where is the phone software we need on linux?