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Frobozz
post Oct 10 2006, 09:38 AM
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The X/Qt Jumbo bundle and Debian have absolutely transformed my Zaurus from an extremely fancy handheld into a full on laptop replacement. So first off, I have to offer my highest kudos to Meanie for making this possible. It's wonderful to be able to use QTopia apps for things I have to use 'on the go' (like reminders and addresses) and then switch over to having a full Debian setup when I'm sitting down again.

I've tried using Pdaxqtrom and it's absolutely a wonderful environment. I'm dearly in love and I'd like to make the switch. ;-> The only problem I'm facing is that it doesn't seem to have a provision for launching Debian the way the Jumbo bundle could. Is there a way to set up Pdaxqtrom to let me use Debian?

Either way, I'm still going to use one of these packages. ;-> I love the Zaurus for how much choice it and its community give me!

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Meanie
post Oct 17 2006, 05:25 AM
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I will update the xlauncher script so that it can launch the existing debian/pocketworkstation image like the xqtjumbo launcher did using the scripts from minideb which is used in the openoffice image. then i will build a new pocketworkstation image with custom winxp theme and other customisations to icewm like in the previous pocketworkstation image, but that will have to wait until after my holidays...
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