Several computer algebra systems are available to Linux users. I even have looked at a few of them in this column, but for this issue, I discuss OpenAxiom. OpenAxiom actually is a fork of Axiom. Axiom originally was developed at IBM under the name ScratchPad. Development started in 1971, so Axiom is as old as I am, and almost as smart.
Either the Samsung Galaxy Axiom or the LG Phoenix?
The Phoenix has a known root solution and a perfect Cyanogenmod.
The Axiom has much better hardware and you have to use Poot. No Cyanogenmod is available for the Axiom (as far as my research shows).
Which should I get? They are both relatively cheap.
Not too long ago we heard rumors of the Galaxy S III Mini hitting US Cellular as the Galaxy Axiom. If you were holding out for this phone, you’re in luck, as the Axiom is now available on US Cellular for an attractive $0.01 on a new contract or upgrade.
I'm currently using Axiom S Rom, which is great.
Just have a few questions:
What is the difference between the US T-Mobile (1.78) base (Axiom and Trickdroid 6.2) and the other (EU?) 2.xx.xx base (one that Trickdroid 7.0 uses)?
Is there a mod to allow volume buttons to be used for zoom in camera?
How could I apply the 'unlock animation', keyboard animations, screen on for SMS mod to this ROM?
What would be the best way to have the pads of an Axiom 25 trigger
Hydrogen only while the keyboard itself would trigger qsynth ? Qsynth
has sounds on all 16 MIDI channels and it seems that it's not possible
to disable reception for a specific channel channel. Nor turning the
sound down for a channel.