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witzgall
post Jun 15 2005, 07:41 AM
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Every time I try and use the package Installer on my 6000 to install from the SD card, either to Internal Flash or the SD card, I get an error: "The filename of this package includes character this application can't handle. Please change the filename and retry install".

I did try and change the names of the packages to something simple, with the same result.

There must be somehting I can do to install from SD? Can anyone help? This is using the Sharp ROM and the standard Ipackage Gui installer.

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Chris
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post Jun 16 2005, 06:22 PM
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QUOTE(witzgall @ Jun 15 2005, 10:41 AM)
Every time I try and use the package Installer on my 6000 to install from the SD card, either to Internal Flash or the SD card, I get an error: "The filename of this package includes character this application can't handle. Please  change the filename and retry install".

I did try and change the names of the packages to something simple, with the same result.

There must be somehting I can do to install from SD? Can anyone help? This is using the Sharp ROM and the standard Ipackage Gui installer.

Thanks,
Chris
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If you are downloading in Windows, and then moving the sd card to the zaurus, sometimes Windows changes the filenames to uppercase. Find the correct case-sensitive filename, and rename the file and try again. Hope this helps.
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