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ancalex
post Jun 14 2006, 01:54 AM
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I am wondering if anybody succeded with running opra on new Simpad images (opie 0.8.4-rc2 ) I tried everithing but without any success (segfault)
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mr_nice
post Jun 14 2006, 01:31 PM
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How did you get the opera?

I have tried to connect opera.com support and they didn't respond on any of my mails. I even ask them how much it will cost to get the developer tool. They just don't want to make money dry.gif.
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ancalex
post Jun 14 2006, 08:40 PM
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Hi
The link for opera 7.55 it's here in the forum...
I tried also the opera 7.55 from the ibm multimodal.ipk and i found opera 7.3 on some site about zaurus.
There are precompiled binaries, opera is not opean sourced.
On opie.handhelds.org there is a howto about installing opera, but it's not working for me.
( I know opera is not free, but i wanted only to give a try to see how is working, now i use konquerror and i'm pretty satisfied with it)
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niv
post Nov 10 2006, 06:16 AM
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In order to use wifi in my McDonalds and Aroma Coffee, I need SSL to access https://
konqorer doesnt support ssl in th ipk I found.
I think that in order to run opera, one must install some libraries that are used in the zaurus. and with a 32Mb ROM - I guess all just doesnt fit.
This is one more reason why to implement the mmc hanrdware hack, so I will have more space, while having the pcmcia free.

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