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asola
post Oct 17 2005, 08:08 AM
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Does anyone know where can I download the latest OZ/GPE image for the SL-C3000?

I would like to use an X-based distro but PdaXrom doesn't support my C3000 so I suppose the only chance for me is to use OpenZaurus with GPE.

If anyone has an idea what system could run Sylpheed, Abiword, Gnumeric on my C3000 (with a Pretec Wifi CF and an Eagletec bluetooth CF card), please, let me know.

Any suggestion is welcome!
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T-RuX
post Oct 17 2005, 08:54 AM
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I can send you or put in a temporal http/ftp server.
The C3000 (spitz) can use very well Sylpheed and abiword. wink.gif
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post Oct 24 2005, 06:03 AM
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QUOTE(T-RuX @ Oct 17 2005, 05:54 PM)
I can send you or put in a temporal http/ftp server.
The C3000 (spitz) can use very well Sylpheed and abiword. wink.gif
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Thanks for the help.
I could find new GPE images for my Spitz on the OpenZaurus 3.5.4RC download folder structure. They have been uploaded only recently.

Asm-nai also sent me links for the GPE images (kernels 2.4 and 2.6) he created:
http://naismith.sakura.ne.jp/feed/rom/gpe1024-2.6/
http://www.naismith.sakura.ne.jp/feed/rom/0928-k2.4/

I have already installed some of the images and asm-nai's k2.4 image seems to be the most stable. I am going to experiment with them.
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