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> SL-6000 and OZ
v8esprit
post Apr 2 2004, 11:24 AM
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Ok,
I've been getting very comfortable with my 6000L. I've found compatibility issues and other gripes. On the Left Hand Side there is a headset plug for listening to music and perhaps a microphone. It doesn't accept a standard stereo plug. I gotta go looking for something thats a bit smaller. I tried to run the qpose emulator on my 6000 to get Palm functionality. It took forever to setup my environment. Once I was all set, I ran the ROM and my memory overflowed due to lack of space. So I set out to create a swap. But the 'swapon' command in the SL only accepts an '-a' flag. According to:
http://zaurus.kruss.com/software_sharp.php...75ab08d02b498#9

The swapon command should simply accept a share file location. But it fails at that point. I tried downloading the little swap program with a gui and that failed to open. I'm prety bummed about that not working.

but on to bigger and better things.

I'm on the OZ mailing list but I can't post to it yet, since I can't send through that account right now. But I get the general feeling that its one of those wait and see until you ca get your OZ package for the 6000. But I'm willing to try it. Some people say I should go with the C7XX build of it. Others say don't try it. Others say that I can recover with the Sharp ROM.

I'm down to give it a try, I just would like assurances that I can restore the ROM afterward. I'd hate to turn this into a worthless PDA. I've formated my device once and that happened without incident. Let me know what I should do and I'll report back with how successful it was.

-Lox
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