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neon121
post Apr 15 2007, 03:07 AM
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is that new version can work on zaurus 3200 ?
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Capn_Fish
post Apr 16 2007, 03:06 PM
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QUOTE(neon121 @ Apr 15 2007, 06:07 AM)
is that new version can work on zaurus 3200 ?
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Could you be more accurate or add a link?
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neon121
post Apr 17 2007, 03:49 AM
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QUOTE(neon121 @ Apr 15 2007, 12:07 PM)
is that new version can work on zaurus 3200 ?
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here is a link for the announce.
http://lwn.net/Articles/229591/
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Capn_Fish
post Apr 17 2007, 03:56 AM
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Ah. Debian.

In theory, since it has an ARM port, you could use it on the Z (I'm actually thinking of looking into it).

There is PocketWorkstation (http://pocketworkstation.org/), which is Debian for the Zaurus, but it's not the latest version. You could look into that. There are how-tos on the forums here.

If you want to run "desktop PC" apps, take a look at pdaXrom or PdaXii13. They are very similar to "normal" Linux.
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post Sep 17 2007, 06:09 PM
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QUOTE(Capn_Fish @ Apr 17 2007, 07:56 AM)
Ah. Debian.

In theory, since it has an ARM port, you could use it on the Z (I'm actually thinking of looking into it).

There is  PocketWorkstation (http://pocketworkstation.org/), which is Debian for the Zaurus, but it's not the latest version. You could look into that. There are how-tos on the forums here.

If you want to run "desktop PC" apps, take a look at pdaXrom or PdaXii13. They are very similar to "normal" Linux.
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Actually, pocketworkstation works on top of the stock rom, in a chroot environment. At a minimum, you have to leave the stock rom in place, so lose at least some of the storage you paid for. On the other hand, titchy linux gives you a wraparound boot package, which then you complete with debian arm packages. Check it out.
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