First, a quick review. The first installment in this three-part
series showed you what's in the Nokia N800 Linux installation,
listed its technical specs and physical parameters, and explained
how to set up and test the build environment. By the end of the
second installment, you saw a nice program that, whenever the user
pressed a button, dutifully compressed an image into a JPEG in
memory then ignored it.
"Now in this third and final installment, you see how to add
automatic uploading of those JPEGs to a remote site..."
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