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guylhem
post Nov 11 2005, 07:29 AM
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Hello

I'd rather work on 2.6 than fixing 2.4

By restarting opensimpad, I mean putting images somewere (say - on opensimpad.org !) the feeds, etc. fixing bugs and issues with the images..

Fredyd, if I put my tarball somewhere, could you find a way to submit its fixes into OE?
(ex: apm addons, screen corruption switches, switchd daemon)

Guylhem
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post Nov 11 2005, 10:05 AM
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Unfortunately, you'll have to break down the various fixes into patches to each package, to be applied after the previous patches (the 2.4.27 kernel for example is linux-2.4.27 with no less than 22 patches). That's the way OE works (and it is the best way to do it), so you should pull OpenEmbedded, and work on patches to each package. Don't you use OpenEmbedded? If not, you definitely should.

BTW, the sound problem in 2.4 is exactly the same as in 2.6, since the ucb1x00 driver didn't change.

fred

QUOTE(guylhem @ Nov 11 2005, 05:29 PM)
Hello

I'd rather work on 2.6 than fixing 2.4

By restarting opensimpad, I mean putting images somewere (say - on opensimpad.org !) the feeds, etc. fixing bugs and issues with the images..

Fredyd, if I put my tarball somewhere, could you find a way to submit its fixes into OE?
(ex: apm addons, screen corruption switches, switchd daemon)

Guylhem
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tommyd75
post May 29 2006, 03:46 PM
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Hello,

I've been following this thread for a while now, and I know this is blastphemy to even ask this on this site, but does anyone know if I can do the same on my simpad , it is running windows ce 4.0?

I would like to keep my sd card installed all the time and add my wifi card or network card without loosing my sd card. I would like to retain the current os, as I am not that familiar with linux.
I do have very good soldering skills so I have issues with the hardware part of the mod.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks Tom

please email me with any responses at tomd007@ameritech.net







QUOTE(fredyd @ Nov 11 2005, 01:05 PM)
Unfortunately, you'll have to break down the various fixes into patches to each package, to be applied after the previous patches (the 2.4.27 kernel for example is linux-2.4.27 with no less than 22 patches). That's the way OE works (and it is the best way to do it), so you should pull OpenEmbedded, and work on patches to each package. Don't you use OpenEmbedded? If not, you definitely should.

BTW, the sound problem in 2.4 is exactly the same as in 2.6, since the ucb1x00 driver didn't change.

fred

QUOTE(guylhem @ Nov 11 2005, 05:29 PM)
Hello

I'd rather work on 2.6 than fixing 2.4

By restarting opensimpad, I mean putting images somewere (say - on opensimpad.org !) the feeds, etc. fixing bugs and issues with the images..

Fredyd, if I put my tarball somewhere, could you find a way to submit its fixes into OE?
(ex: apm addons, screen corruption switches, switchd daemon)

Guylhem
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Tom61
post May 30 2006, 11:37 AM
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QUOTE(tommyd75 @ May 29 2006, 11:46 PM)
Hello,

I've been following this thread for a while now, and I know this is blastphemy to even ask this on this site, but does anyone know if I can do the same on my simpad , it is running windows ce 4.0?

I would like to keep my sd card installed all the time and add my wifi card or network card without loosing my sd card. I would like to retain the current os, as I am not that familiar with linux.
I do have very good soldering skills so I have issues with the hardware part of the mod.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks Tom

please email me with any responses at tomd007@ameritech.net


That would require someone to write a driver for Windows CE, which requires a special SDK that costs hundreds of dollars to license. ohmy.gif blink.gif

Your best bet is to get your feet wet with Linux, you might find that it isn't as hard as you thought.
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Peppe
post Aug 23 2006, 04:40 AM
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Hello,

I've been following this thread for a while now, now i flashed my Sl4 with Opie and i had insert a mmc card (512 mb) ,but it would not be run, Im not so familiar with linux, also i could not install any driver.

So my question is, have anyone an runnig opie Image for me, with mmc and wlan support, bestly with Guylhem skript to reread the card.
Also with a running Opera,that would be graet. biggrin.gif

Please send it to mailto://peppe@uni.de

Thanks Peppe
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