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> Dual Booting Cacko And Pdaxrom, Dual boot Cacko and pdaxrom
chaosjtu
post Oct 13 2006, 03:33 AM
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I was trying to dual boot Cacko and pdaXrom on my C1000, but i met with some problem, these are what i did:

1. Put pdaXrom rc12 root file system on SD card, as far as I know, it share same kernel version with Cacko.

2. Boot into Cacko console, not starting qpe, to runlevel 2

3.login as root, mount /proc, mount /dev/pts, then pivot root, exit

and I saw the pdaxrom login prompt

ts_test and ts_calibrate all worked well, but when I startx,

I saw only tool bar at the bottom, program icons doesn't appear, I can start aterm and other programs from the menu, but I cant exit x window

What might be the problem?

Hope I in this way I can switch between pdaxrom and cacko without need to reboot the kernel, I dont know if it's feasible.
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post Oct 13 2006, 09:46 AM
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QUOTE(chaosjtu @ Oct 13 2006, 02:33 AM)
I was trying to dual boot Cacko and pdaXrom on my C1000, but i met with some problem, these are what i did:

1. Put pdaXrom rc12 root file system on SD card, as far as I know, it share same kernel version with Cacko.

2. Boot into Cacko console, not starting qpe, to runlevel 2

3.login as root, mount /proc, mount /dev/pts, then pivot root, exit

and I saw the pdaxrom login prompt

ts_test and ts_calibrate all worked well, but when I startx,

I saw only tool bar at the bottom, program icons doesn't appear, I can start aterm and other programs from the menu, but I cant exit x window

What might be the problem?

Hope I in this way I can switch between pdaxrom and cacko without need to reboot the kernel, I dont know if it's feasible.
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I don't think you can, since they use different kernels.
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