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> Ko/pi And Zfceu Questions, A couple of noob (I assume) questions
cramit
post Feb 21 2006, 10:52 PM
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I just bought a sl-5600 and I have a few questions. I installed KO/pi and KA/pi. They are great, excpt I have one problem with KO/pi. After I create an event and then close KO/pi; the next time I open KO/pi the event is read only. Is this normal? I want to be able to cancel or edit a single occurence of an event when and if it gets canceled without having to re-enter the entire event.

On a far less important note, is there anyway to remap the keys in zfceu?

I really like my new Zaurus!!

Thanks,
Chris
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moi
post Sep 27 2006, 01:34 AM
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QUOTE(cramit @ Feb 22 2006, 08:52 AM)
I just bought a sl-5600 and I have a few questions.  I installed KO/pi and KA/pi.  They are great, excpt I have one problem with KO/pi. After I create an event and then close KO/pi; the next time I open KO/pi the event is read only.  Is this normal? I want to be able to cancel or edit a single occurence of an event when and if it gets canceled without having to re-enter the entire event.
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Can someone please explain this behaviour? these read-only events drive me crazy, and I'm searching for info about it, and find nothing.

thanks.
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bluedevils
post Sep 27 2006, 07:04 AM
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I would have suspected permissions or a read-only filesystem, but since you are able to write to the file once, I am confused.
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harvell
post Sep 27 2006, 07:51 AM
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What happens when you load KO/PI from the terminal w/ root? Does it give you the same thing?
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