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AndyTiedye
post May 10 2005, 07:05 PM
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Has anyone hooked a C3k (or any other Zaurus) up to an Ipod? unsure.gif
It seems to recognize it as a mass storage device, but I couldn't mount it.
It does not seem to recognize the partition scheme.

This would hopefully not have the same problems as a regular usb disk,
since it has its own batteries. It wouldn't be able to charge off the Z of course.
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offroadgeek
post May 10 2005, 07:18 PM
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QUOTE(AndyTiedye @ May 10 2005, 07:05 PM)
Has anyone hooked a C3k (or any other Zaurus) up to an Ipod? unsure.gif
It seems to recognize it as a mass storage device, but I couldn't mount it.
It does not seem to recognize the partition scheme.

This would hopefully not have the same problems as a regular usb disk,
since it has its own batteries.  It wouldn't be able to charge off the Z of course.
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I think that's because the ipod has by default the HFS+ filesystem on it... I don't think the Z can recognize that... (I could be wrong)
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AndyTiedye
post May 10 2005, 10:40 PM
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QUOTE(offroadgeek @ May 10 2005, 08:18 PM)
QUOTE(AndyTiedye @ May 10 2005, 07:05 PM)
Has anyone hooked a C3k (or any other Zaurus) up to an Ipod? unsure.gif
It seems to recognize it as a mass storage device, but I couldn't mount it.
It does not seem to recognize the partition scheme.

This would hopefully not have the same problems as a regular usb disk,
since it has its own batteries.  It wouldn't be able to charge off the Z of course.
*


I think that's because the ipod has by default the HFS filesystem on it... I don't think the Z can recognize that... (I could be wrong)
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Time to compile the hfsplus driver....
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lpotter
post May 10 2005, 11:31 PM
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You can format your ipod so windows can read it, which the Zaurus can read also. I haven't tried hooking up my ipod to it yet, but will tomorrow.
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spartan
post May 11 2005, 07:04 PM
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Yes, I have, and it works fine if it's a Windows-formatted iPod. Make sure to mount /dev/sda2, because /dev/sda1 is a special 35 mb iPod partition. Everything works from there. Unmounting the iPod will not remove the "Do Not Disconnect" message, although I've learned to distrust that message.
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