I'm now the proud owner of a Sony Ericsson W810i, complete w/ 1G of storage for MP3s. Very cool phone; better than my nearly-dead 256M K-BYTE MP3 player. I've only made one actual call on it so far, and the fact that it doesn't come with an actual audio-in jack (2.5 or 3.5mm) is a bit of a turn-off, but it works great for games and music, and sports a 2MP still and video camera.
The first app I had to install was of course Gmail. Being a linux geek, the second was MidpSSH which worked fantastically within a couple minutes (except when I wanted to use an ssh key instead of user/password login, and discovered that OpenSSH doesn't appear to support DSS.) Actually, it was user error. I had MidpSSH configured to use SSH1, not SSH2, so it wasn't even trying to send the key. Anyway, re-RTFM a few hours later solved the problem. I can now ssh to my home machine from my phone! Config steps:
- Configure SSH settings to prefer SSH2 and to use Public Keys
- Create a session, configured to use your Public Key
- Copy your phone's public key to your destination host's
- If necessary, enable debug mode on the destination host's sshd instance by editing
LogLevel DEBUG, then restarting the daemon with