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post May 5 2007, 10:54 AM
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I'm new to Zaurus, & not the most techy-minded of people. My Zaurus has the Sharp ROM Lineo uLinux loaded on it. I am after a bluetooth CF setup for my C3200 that is low hassle to get working. Something at the most that I'd have to install the driver & software for. I don't know Linux commands & so don't know how to use a terminal screen. Is there a bluetooth CF out there that is user-friendly for someone like myself? smile.gif

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Capn_Fish
post May 5 2007, 11:59 AM
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I have a Belkin F8T020 that worked perfectly (or so I recall) and easily under Cacko, but is a PAIN to get working under pdaX.

I know people have had luck with Socket cards, but I don't know if certain revisions don't work. The benefit there is that it doesn't stick out at all.

There's a website here that lists supported cards. No idea on how up-to-date it is, though, and it seems to only go for SHARP ROM/Cacko.

Hope that helps.
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post May 5 2007, 07:03 PM
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QUOTE(Zauri @ May 6 2007, 04:54 AM)
I'm new to Zaurus, & not the most techy-minded of people. My Zaurus has the Sharp ROM Lineo uLinux loaded on it. I am after a bluetooth CF setup for my C3200 that is low hassle to get working. Something at the most that I'd have to install the driver & software for. I don't know Linux commands & so don't know how to use a terminal screen. Is there a bluetooth CF out there that is user-friendly for someone like myself?  smile.gif

Thanks,
Zauri.
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you be better off flashing cacko insteadof using the stock sharp rom...
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