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post Mar 14 2005, 10:28 AM
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Hmmmmm. it works fine w/ the fast kernel. same version numbers. maybe grab a newer zlib? there is one at xqt.sourceforge.jp/feed-testing.
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post Mar 21 2005, 05:50 AM
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just a heads-up. 99% of the ipks in the cacko feed are working for SL-6000. I've tested almost all of them and the results are very good. In this regard, Cacko is supporting the 6000. Did I mention cacko's packages are usually up-to-date too?
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post Mar 21 2005, 08:39 AM
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That was something I had wanted very much to hear! Thanks!!

(now i will have 4 setups to keep track of hehehehe)
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post May 5 2005, 04:14 AM
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For those that have a 6000L and are using the sharp rom, it would appear that Petite Peinture versions 1.0-2 and 1.1-1 work fine. As of version 1.2-1 and above, the program will load fine, but the touch screen will cease to function.

updated versions of his program can be found at:
http://sun.dhis.portside.net/~sakira/wiki/....PetitePeinture

The english version of the manual is here:
http://sun.dhis.portside.net/~sakira/wiki/...nture.Manual+en
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post Apr 7 2008, 02:39 PM
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does anyone happen to have the full IBM multimodal browser package for the SL-6000 with the Opera 7.55 upgrade?
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post Apr 7 2008, 03:09 PM
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You may ignore the first part of my post, between the dashes. Start reading from EDIT:
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This is the one I have, I don't know about running it on the 6000.
To unpack it you need to extract "opera-multimodal_arm" from this IPK
Then rename it "opera-multimodal_arm.tgz"
Open that, and then open /data.tar.gz
Then in the /home/zaurus/.opera/ directory, you'll find "opera_arm.ipk"
It's been a long time since I used it on my C3100, but I think "opera_arm.ipk" is the 7.55 version.
There is a lot of other stuff in this package also.
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EDIT:
Here's an interesting tidbit.
I found this html document inside this package. According to this README, you just install this entire package onto a 6000.
I think the above directions about extracting the contents were used for getting this to work on the clamshell series Zaurus.
I'll attach the html doc here also. The attached html doc also requires "man.gif" and "file.gif" to be complete.
(man.gif is first image, file.gif is second image)

WebSphere® Everyplace® Multimodal Browser for the Sharp® Zaurus SL-5600/6000 PDA README

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Attached File  opera_multimodal_arm.ipk ( 5.21MB ) Number of downloads: 25
Attached File  za_readme.htm ( 22.25K ) Number of downloads: 6
Attached File  man.gif ( 1.22K ) Number of downloads: 2
Attached File  file.gif ( 1.28K ) Number of downloads: 2
 
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