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> Oz 3.5.3 Installation On C760, Lots of problems.
post Mar 12 2006, 09:28 AM
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I have recently bought a Zaurus, and after trying Cacko's ROM for about 2 days I though to give OZ a try smile.gif

I flashed like the Installation manual said, and everything worked correctly, until I started Opie:

Everything looks very small. I tried to press zoom (Fn + 2) but it doesn't worked. So I changed the fond on the settings screen. Fonts scaled (they don't look very well though), but Icons remained small.

I also tried to change styles (top bar), but none worked.

I'm having a lot of problems running terminal (it says it has been terminated with sigkill/sigstop, don't remember which one noew).

Sound didn't work the first time i boot OZ. I had to reboot to get it working. Now it works, but it sounds "laggy" and crackyish (perhaps i need to change the sound).

SD Browsing for documents / music has been impossible. It was very easy with Default/Cako ROM, but now I can't find anything on my SD.

Some special characters are not displayed correctly (ñ).

Lower taskbar tends to disappear when I rotate. The same can be said about the virtual keyboard button: it moves below Q menu.

Maybe I am a whinner or made something wrong when Installed OZ, but I found that "bugs" or annoyances to be enough to return again to cacko's rom. I love to hack Linux and computers, but I also think they should work and help me to make my things done. And OZ 3.4.3 didn't.

Ok, there's a couple of things I do loved about OZ, bootscreen wink.gif and PIM Apps (specially "today" and drawpad :-P).

I'm looking forward to OZ 3.5.4, i hope it just works for my needs smile.gif

Thanks, and excuse my poor English.
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